What is Word Wrap?
Hello their people. If your not a person, then I really don’t think you should be at the computer. Unless your a monkey, as I have no doubt you can operate any computer, so in which case continue as you are.
Today I thought I’d give you a random definition of something that might crop up on your computer, and you wonder what it actually is:
Typing away on your word processor of choice, it’s likely that you might notice the option for Word Wrap. Basically, Word Wrap is the name given to a feature-probably on just about all word processors known to man, women and monkey-that automatically moves a word that is too long to fit onto one line, so moves it to the beginning of the next line.
It’s one of those features that is a basic option on word processors, but if you think about it, saves us a lot of time having to re- format our work.
Well, that’s all from me now, don’t know about where you are, but it’s the second day of a long downpour of rain as I’m writing this. Which gives me an excuse to leave you with this classic song, that I think of when the long downpours hit:
That, or Umbrella, Ella, Ella, Ella, Eh Eh……
Posted on September 24, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged definition, processor, text, word, word definition, word processor, word programmes, word wrap, wrap. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.