What word describes when a king gives up his crown?

Answer The word that is used to describe a king giving up his crown is "abdicate." A prime example of abdication occurred in 1936 when King Edward VIII of Great Britain gave up his throne in order to marr... Read More »

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What is it called when a word processor automatically takes the next word to a new line?

Word processing software employs the use of word wrap, a function by which the word processor moves words at the end of one line to a new line of text based on factors, such as the length of the li... Read More »

What is monitor screen itself called?

Depends on which type of monitor you have.The older ones that look like a TV are called CRT, or cathode ray tube.The newer, flat panel screens are called LCD, liquid crystal display or LED, light e... Read More »

What is it called in a Word Processor when all lines are indented except the first line?

A hanging indent is when a word processor indents all the lines except for the first one. This is an alternative way of introducing paragraphs or of emphasizing the first line. Most document softw... Read More »

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