Last Will & Testament Vocabulary Multimedia Objectives 1. Bequeath-to give or leave by will —used especially of personal property or to hand down. 2. Contesting 3. Executor-the person appointed by a testator to execute a will. 4. Annul-to declare or make legally invalid or void. 5. Codicils-a legal instrument made to modify an earlier will. 6. Duress-forcible restraint or restriction. 7. Testament-an act by which a person determines the disposition of his or her property after death. A will. 8. Beneficiaries- the person designated to receive the income of a trust estate. 9. Constitute-to appoint to an office, function, or dignity. 10. Estate-the assets and liabilities left by a person at death. 11. Revoke to bring or call back. 12. Animated GIF-A type of moving graphic used on web pages. 13. MPEG-The extension for video files that display movies. 14. Sound File-A file that can produce sound on a computer. 15. Graphic-A picture, photograph, drawing, or captured picture such as a scanned document. 16. Multimedia-the use of graphics, sound, and video in a single document, such as a web page. 17. Media Player-A Windows utility program that allows the user to play sound and video files. 18. WAV-a basic sound file that can be read by computer with Windows operating systems. 19. MIDI-Musical Instrument Digital 20. AVI-A popular format for video files.