An attachment or file.
Generally, any files that can be opened, edited, and printed.
documents are the actual opinions which have been indexed in the Opinions database. The documents are in WordPerfect format
A file created with an application and stored; can be retrieved, modified, printed, E-mailed, etc.
A case, statute, or other authority that you can retrieve using this service.
A file containing data that you create using an application.
Any self-contained piece of work created using a program. A letter you create with your word processor is a document; so, too, is a picture you create with a graphics editor or a Web page you design with a Web page editor
A common unit of data (typically a file) used in user tasks and exchanged between users.
What a program creates. Where your information is actually stored. This is what you make when you create something on the computer - letter, picture, budget, etc.
Used on the Web to mean any data which makes sense to a suitable human: not just text, but sounds and movies.
(noun) Any self-contained piece of work created with an application program and, if saved on disk, given a unique filename by which it can be retrieved. (verb) To explain or annotate something, such as comments within a program or a description of a problem in a bug report.
A collection of text, edited and formatted with word processing commands, located in a file.
In this context, a type of file containing textual information intended for human retrieval. Examples of document files are Microsoft WORD Documents, XHTML Documents, and text documents.
A set of text and/or graphical data organized and formatted for direct human interpretation. A document can be delivered as printed pages or digitally in the form of composed page images.
(1) A handwritten, typewritten, or printed sheet or sheets of paper containing data. (2) Any representation or collection of information or text. (3) To prepare documentation. In terms of font usage, a document is a file created with an application to some individual purpose in which fonts may be used. The metrics of a font may also reside in an AFM document which is merely a textual representation of that font's character metrics.
A file created by a word processor or desktop publisher, containing words or pictures.
A file on the network, most often a web page or word processing document, but also including text files, spreadsheets, and so on. This is a generic term for a resource indexed by the Compass Server.
any kind of data file that can be uploaded to a folder or workspace. In addition to plain text documents, Business Collaborator can be used to store and organise proprietary document types, such as MSWord or WordPerfect, PostScript files, MSExcel spreadsheets, GIF images, zipped files and many more.
Electronic or hardcopy file containing information.
A file created on a computer by software. Known also as a data file.
Any file that can be transferred to or from a WWW server and a WWW client. Return to the top
The file you are working on. For a fax cover sheet, your document is a word processor file.
An object that can be stored, retrieved, and exchanged among Content Manager systems and users as a separate unit. Also called an object, it can be any multimedia digital object. A single document can contain many different types of base parts, including text, images, and objects such as spreadsheet files.
The general term for the work that we create with our computers and store on a disk.
A generic term which is usually avoided in favour of "letter" or "batch". It should be understood, though, that a file saved in Word - even a batch file - is automatically regarded by the software as being a Word document and is therefore given the extension of .doc.
A "textual object." In HTML, documents (or "pages") were single files containing HTML. In XML, documents may contain content from several files or chunks and should included markup structures that make it valid or well-formed.
A file you create when you save your work in a program. Examples of documents include word-processing files, spreadsheets, and bitmaps.
sometimes called a file, is what you create with an application/program. For example, a word processor application is used to create a word processing document/file.
In computing, a word-processor FILE.
Document is a term used to describe work that is created on the computer. For example, writing a report in Microsoft Word creates a document when it is saved as a file with a name.
A document is the contents of a window, typically associated with a file. When first opened, the document is in sync with the file, but if the document is edited, it needs to be saved again for the file to be in sync with it.
An item created with an application program. Documents are usually represented by an icon derived from the application that created it.
When used in reference to the World Wide Web, a document is any file containing text, media or hyperlinks that can be transferred from an HTTP server to a client program.
A file created by an application.
Documents reside in the collections set up by your Athena Administrator. In Athena's context, a document can be any type of knowledge integrated into the Athena system and made available to you in a collection. A document could be a Word document, an Excel spreadsheet, a SQL database, an intranet site, email, or Web pages. See the topic: Understanding the Search Results Page.
Any written instrument meeting all statutory requirements which may be recorded or filed with the register of deeds; the image or original document is stored and accessible through various indexes by the general public unless the document is confidential.
A File that is stored in TUTOS file repository. Documents are related to Projects or Installations. Pictures in the addressbook are also stored as documents.
A file containing information like text, sound, or graphics. Documents are created and edited from within programs.
1. any text, data, or graphics file created on the computer 2. any WWW file containing text, graphics or hyperlinks that can be viewed with a web browser
Any document that is filed pertaining to an action. It can be an Approved Form, Affidavit or any written material.
RICH TEXT FORMAT / rtf Documents are any file produced by an application. Rich text format is a standard which was formalised for specifying document formats. rtf files use special commands which indicate formatting information such as margins, fonts and layout. HTML is a good example of a formatting language.
Whatever you create with application programs - a file you can open, modify, view or save. Compare File.
A computer file that may contain text, graphics, page layout or other elements. Word files, for example, are referred to as documents.
A file provided on a website that contains text, such as pages, text files, word processing files, and spreadsheet files.
Adobe Photoshop's term for an image file.
Structured file sent to a trading partner. In ASC X12 usage a document is synonomous with a transaction set.
Structured file that is sent to a trading partner. With ASC X12 usage, a document is a transaction set.
unit of information sent from servers to clients; a document may contain plain or formatted text, inlined graphics, sound, other multimedia data, or hyperlinks to other documents; often also referred to as a file
This is a file created by a word processor which contains formatting information, text styles, fonts and the like. This is opposed to a regular text file which just contains textual content and can be viewed by typing the TYPE command.
A single unit of information. What constitutes a unit is up to you--it can be one chapter in a book, one page in an article, or an entire book. A document does not have to contain text. It can also be a graphic, an image, or a spreadsheet, for example. Documents are simple or virtual. A simple document can only include information in one file format. A virtual document can contain information in multiple formats. The same document can go into more than one folder through linking.
a file such as a Word document or PDF file which can be uploaded to the portal system and made available to visitors to the site.
A data file, created with an application. Includes information that you type, edit, view, or save. A document may be a business report, a picture, or a letter, and can be stored as a file on a disk. Source: Microsoft's New Computer Users Glossary
The information created by one or more applications and stored on a PC. Used interchangeably in IT contexts with "record" or "file."
A file created using an application. For example, you might create a text document using a word processing application (such as Word) or a picture document using a graphic application (such as Paint Shop Pro).
OR file "file" is preferred
A text-based file produced using a word processing program.
The name for any file that can be transferred to or from a Web server and a user.
A document is a set of pages that are related usually because the sense of the text on one page flows into the next as in a book. For OCR Shop XTR, it is best to arrange for documents to be sets of pages that have the same font or set of fonts continuing from one page to the next. This best takes advantage of the internal font learning system that is built into the OCR Shop XTR recognition system.
A file created from within an application program. Word-processing files, spreadsheets, and web pages are some of the most common documents you might create and use.
(Domain: Customer Information) A document library is a place to store files without attaching them to accounts, contacts, opportunities, or other records. Each document in the document library resides in a folder. The folder's attributes determine the accessibility of the folder and the documents within it.
Any web page or file can be known as a document.
Whatever you create with an application program.
is a broadly used term that refers to word-processing files, e-mail messages, spreadsheets, database tables, faxes, business forms, images, or any other collection of organized data. Documents are also referred to as 'records.'
A holding place for information. A file.
A data file. Whatever you create with an application, including information you type, edit, view, or save. A document may be a business report, a picture, or a letter and is stored as a file on a disk.
This is the file you create in an application - an example is a letter that you've written in a Word Processor. Every document has its own icon.
A file created by a program.
May be a textural report, spreadsheet, picture, or spatial database stored as a file in the computer. Typically, a document is a file containing ASCII text. It is a file created within an application, for example, a letter created in a word processor or a graph created in a spreadsheet or graphics program.
a collection of information. This includes the common sense of the word, i.e. an organisation of primarily textual information that can be produced by a word processing or data processing application. It goes beyond this, however, to include structured information held within an XML file. Each XML file is considered to contain one document, whatever the structure and type of that information.
a file you create, as opposed to the application which created it.
system software: A file on the computer containing information to be acted upon (as contrasted with an application which does the acting).
An item of information that users want to retrieve. It could be a text file, a Web page, a newsgroup posting, a picture, etc.
Any self-contained piece of work created with an application program and, if saved on disk, given a unique file name by which it can be retrieved. See also: filter; property cache