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MS Word : Multiple Choices
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Microsoft Word Final Exam: Multiple Choices
1. Microsoft Office Word is a (n) _____.
a. area in the computers main memory in which Microsoft Office
text files are stored temporarily
b. program included with Windows 2000 that can be used only to
create or edit text files, smaller than 64K, that do not require
formatting
c. classified password that prevents unauthorized users from
accessing a protected Microsoft Office item or document
d. full-featured word processing program that can be used to
create and revise professional looking documents easily
2. The main elements of the _____ are the insertion point, end mark,
mouse pointer, rulers, scroll bars, and status bar.
a. Word toolbar
b. Formatting toolbar
c. Word document window
d. Graphics toolbar
3. The _____ is a short horizontal line indicating the conclusion of a
document.
a. insertion point
b. end mark
c. status indicator
d. scroll box

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Note: If you are preparing an examination using your own word


processor, for Multiple Choice questions 4 and 5 you must use the
Picture command on the Insert menu to insert Figure WD01.bmp. The
figure is referenced when students answer the questions. When the
Insert Picture dialog box displays select Figure WD01.bmp from the
Word subfolder in the Printed Test Bank folder in the Test Bank & Test
Engine menu item and make sure the Link to file check box is not
checked.
4. In the accompanying figure, the _____ is a special toolbar that displays a
series of names, each of which represents a list of commands that can
be used to perform tasks.
a. scroll bar
b. status bar
c. title bar
d. menu bar
5. In the accompanying figure, a _____ contains buttons, boxes, and
menus that allow tasks to be performed more quickly than using the
menu bar.
a. format bar
b. status bar
c. command bar
d. toolbar
6. A _____ is not attached to an edge of the Word window; that is, it
displays in the middle of the Word window and can be moved anywhere
in the window.
a. floating toolbar
b. scroll bar
c. status toolbar
d. menu bar

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7. When the Language bar is _____, it means that you do not see it on the
screen but it will be displayed the next time you start your computer.
a. restored
b. hidden
c. minimized
d. closed
8. The _____, or typeface, defines the appearance and shape of letters,
numbers, and special characters.
a. font
b. font size
c. point
d. paragraph formatting
9. When Word flags a possible spelling or grammar error, it also changes
the mark on the Spelling and Grammar Status icon to a _____.
a. green X
b. green check mark
c. red X
d. red check mark
10. The paragraph mark () is a formatting mark that indicates where the
_____ was pressed.
a. TAB key
b. SPACEBAR
c.
d.

key
SHIFT key
ENTER

11. Press the ENTER key in all of the following circumstances except _____.
a.
b.
c.
d.

to insert a blank line into a document


when the insertion point reaches the right margin
to begin a new paragraph
in response to certain Word commands

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12. The scroll box on the vertical scroll bar indicates the _____.
a. position of the insertion point from the top of the page
b. distance of the insertion point from the left margin
c. current relative location of the document portion displayed in the
window
d. rank of the word in which the insertion point is found
13. To move to the end of the document, press the _____ key(s).
a. DOWN ARROW
b. END
c. CTRL+DOWN ARROW
d. CTRL+END
14. The file type _____ indicates the file is a Word document.
a. .msw
b. .wor
c. .wrd
d. .doc
15. _____ formatting is the process of changing the way letters, numbers,
punctuation marks, and symbols appear on the screen and in print.
a. Document
b. Character
c. Paragraph
d. Object
16. In Word, the default alignment for paragraphs is _____.
a. left-aligned, or flush margins at the left edge and uneven edges
at the right edge
b. centered, or equidistant from both the left edge and the right
edge
c. right-aligned, or flush margins at the right edge and uneven
edges at the left edge
d. justified, or flush margins at both the left and right edges

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17. To select a group of words, _____.


a. click the Group button on the Formatting toolbar
b. double-click anywhere within the group to be selected
c. drag the mouse pointer through the characters to be selected
d. right-click the first and last characters of the group to be selected
18. Word includes a series of predefined graphics called _____ that can be
inserted into a Word document.
a. clip art
b. hyperlinks
c. captions
d. bookmarks
19. Small squares, called _____, on the selection rectangle that surrounds a
graphic can be used to change the dimensions of the graphic.
a. scroll boxes
b. sizing handles
c. status indicators
d. move handles
20. To save an existing document with a different file name, click _____.
a. the Save button on the Standard toolbar
b. Save on the File menu
c. the Save As button on the Standard toolbar
d. Save As on the File menu
21. To cancel a job that is printing or one that is waiting to be printed _____.
a. click the Print button on the Standard toolbar
b. click the printer icon on the taskbar
c. double-click the Print button on the Standard toolbar
d. double-click the printer icon on the taskbar
22. _____ are types of changes that occur when text has been omitted from
a document and must be inserted later.
a. Additions

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b. Deletions
c. Modifications
d. All of the above
23. To switch between insert mode and overtype mode, _____.
a.
b.
c.
d.

click Caption on the Insert menu


double-click the OVR status indicator on the status bar
click Text Box on the Insert menu
double-click the INS status indicator on the status bar

24. To erase a character to the right of the insertion point, press the _____
key.
a. CANCEL
b. BACKSPACE
c. DELETE
d. either b or c
25. The _____ on the right side of the menu bar lets users type free-form
questions, such as how do I save, or terms, such as copy, and Word
responds by displaying a list of topics related to the word or phrase
entered.
a. Type a question for help box
b. Question Mark button
c. Whats this? command
d. Index sheet
True/False

26.

When starting Word, the Word window appears the same way that it did the
last time Word was used. True

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Clip Art, Help, and Research all are task panes provided by Word.
True

28.

The Word window consists of a variety of components to make your work


more efficient and documents more professional. True

29.

When typing, the insertion point moves to the left, and when the end of a line
is reached, it moves downward to the next line.

30.

Each time a new line is begun in the document window, the end mark moves
to the right.
True

31.

The mouse pointer becomes different shapes depending on the task being
performed in Word and the pointers location on the screen.

32.

The vertical ruler sometimes displays at the right edge of the Word window
when certain tasks are performed.
True

33.

On the left edge of the horizontal scroll bar are four buttons used to change
the format of a document.

34.

Word displays the first four status indicators (REC, TRK, EXT, and OVR)
dimmed when they are on and darkened when they are off.

35.

If you perform a task that requires several seconds, the status bar usually
displays a message informing you of the progress of the task.

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In Word, the menu bar and toolbars display at the bottom of the screen.
True

37.

To display a full menu, you can click the menu name on the menu bar and
then point to the arrows at the bottom of the short menu.
True

38.

A dimmed command on a short or full menu indicates that it is not available


for a current selection in a menu.

39.

Two built-in toolbars are the Menu toolbar and the Find toolbar.
True

40.

When you first install Word, the buttons on both the Standard and
Formatting toolbars are preset to share a single row that displays
immediately below the menu bar.

41.

A docked toolbar is attached to an edge of the Word window.

42.

To indicate whether you want to speak commands or dictate text, you use
the Speech Recognition bar. True

43.

If the Language bar command is dimmed on the Toolbars submenu or if the


Speech command is dimmed on the Tools menu, the Office Speech
Recognition software is not installed.

44.

A single point is about 1/12 of an inch in height.


True

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45.

On most computers, the default font size in Word is 16.

46.

To enter text in a document, you type on the keyboard or speak into the
microphone.
True

47.

If a word is typed that is not in Words dictionary, a red wavy underline


appears below the word.
True

48.

To enter a blank line into a document, press the CTRL key without typing any
text on the line.

49.

A raised dot () shows where the ENTER key was pressed.

50.

Each time the ENTER key is pressed, Word creates a new paragraph.
True

51.

Wordwrap forces you to stop typing words and press the ENTER key at the
end of each line.

52.

As you enter text in the Word document window, you must press the ENTER
key when the insertion point reaches the right margin.
True

53.

A document may wordwrap differently depending on the type of printer being


used.
True

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54.

Although text cannot be seen once it scrolls off the screen, it remains in the
document.

55.

Either the mouse or the keyboard can be used to scroll to a different location
in a document.
True

56.

When using the keyboard to scroll, the insertion point remains stable.
True

57.

If you feel the wavy underlines from the check spelling as you type feature
clutter the document window, you can hide them temporarily until you are
ready to check for spelling and grammar errors.
True

58.

If the computer is turned off or electrical power is lost, the document remains
stored in the computers memory. true

59.

Paragraphs encompass the text up to and including the paragraph mark ().
True

60.

Paragraph formatting requires the paragraph to be selected prior to


formatting. True

61.

When a paragraph is right-aligned, the Align Right button on the Formatting


toolbar is selected.
True

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The Center button on the Formatting toolbar centers text between the top
and bottom margins.
True

63.

Word provides an Undo button on the Standard toolbar that can be used to
cancel the most recent command or action.
True

64.

In addition to the basic underline, Word has many decorative underlines that
are available through the Font dialog box.

65.

If clip art is part of a paragraph and that paragraph is left-aligned, then the
clip art also is left-aligned.

True
66.

You do not have to have selected a graphic in order to resize it.

True
67.

A selected graphic can be resized using the Format Picture dialog box, by
clicking the Format Picture button on the Picture toolbar, clicking the Size
tab, and then entering new height and width measurements. True

68.

After a document is saved the first time, Word automatically assigns a


different file name each time it is saved subsequently.
True

69.

When you use the Print button to print a document, Word prints only the
current page.

70.

If you want to print multiple copies of a document, display the Print dialog
box by clicking the Print button on the Standard toolbar.

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71.

To quit Word, click the Restore button on the right side of the title bar.

72.

Word inserts text to the right of the insertion point.

True
73.

In Word, the default typing mode is insert mode.

True
74.

When used properly, the Word Help system can increase productivity and
reduce frustrations by minimizing the time spent learning how to use Word.

Completion
75. The _________________________ contains buttons that allow you to
speak commands and dictate text.
76. A (n) ________________________ is a separate window that enables
users to carry out some Word tasks more efficiently.
77. A (n) _________________________ contains buttons and boxes that
allow you to perform frequent tasks quickly.
78. The _________________________ displays text, tables, graphics, and
other items as they are typed or inserted in a document.
79. The _________________________ is a blinking vertical bar that
indicates where text will be inserted as you type.

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Note: If you are preparing an examination using your own word


processor, for Completion questions 6 through 9 you must use the
Picture command on the Insert menu to insert Figure WD02.bmp. The
figure is referenced when students answer the questions. When the
Insert Picture dialog box displays select Figure WD02.bmp from the
Word subfolder in the Printed Test Bank folder in the Test Bank & Test
Engine menu item and make sure the Link to file check box is not
checked.
80. At the top of the document window in the accompanying figure is the
_________________________, which is used to set tab stops, indent
paragraphs, adjust column widths, and change page margins.
81. On both the vertical and horizontal scroll bars in the accompanying
figure, the position of the _________________________ reflects the
location of the portion of the document displaying in the document
window.
82. In the accompanying figure, the _________________________ presents
information about the location of the insertion point and the progress of
current tasks, as well as the status of certain commands, keys, and
buttons.
83. In the accompanying figure, _________________________, such as
REC, TRK, EXT, and OVR, are used to turn certain keys or modes on or
off.
84. When a menu name is clicked on the menu bar, a (n)
_________________________ displays that lists the most recently used
commands.
85. A (n) _________________________ lists all the commands associated
with a menu.

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86. A command with a medium blue shading in the rectangle to its left on a
full menu is called a (n) _________________________ because it does
not appear on a short menu.
87. A (n) _________________________ is a short on-screen note
associated with the object to which a user is pointing.
88. The _________________________, which is one of two built-in toolbars,
contains the Open, Save, and Print Preview buttons.
89. When the Standard and Formatting toolbars display on the same row, all
of the buttons on either toolbar can be displayed by double-clicking the
_________________________ on the left edge of each toolbar.
90. With the _________________________ installed and a microphone, the
names of toolbar buttons, menus, menu commands, list items, alerts,
and dialog box controls can be spoken.
91. When the Language bar is in the _________________________ state, it
is displayed somewhere in the Word window.
92. When the Language bar is in the _________________________ state, it
is displayed on the Windows taskbar.
93. When the Language bar is in the _________________________ state, it
is hidden permanently until you enable it.
94. In Word, the preset, or _________________________, font is Times
New Roman.
95. The _________________________ displays at the right of the status bar
when text is entered into a document and shows an animated pencil
writing on paper as text is typed.
96. A (n) _________________________ is a character that displays on the
screen but is not visible on a printed document.

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97. As more lines of text are typed than Word can display in the document
window, Word _________________________ the top portion of a
document upward off the screen.
98. A saved document is called a (n) _________________________.
99. A (n) _________________________ is a specific location on a disk.
100.
_________________________ is the process of changing the
appearance of a paragraph.
101.
_________________________ is the process of changing the
way characters appear on the screen and in print.
102.
The _________________________ on the Edit menu duplicates
your last command so you can perform it again.
103.
Clip art is located in the _________________________, which
contains a collection of clips, including clip art, as well as photographs,
sound, and video clips.
104.
_________________________ includes both reducing and
enlarging the size of a graphic.
105.
A selected graphic displays surrounded by a (n)
_________________________, which has small squares at each corner
and middle location.
106.
A printed version of a document is called a (n)
_________________________.
107.
In _________________________, as a character is typed Word
inserts the character and moves all the characters to the right of the
typed character one position to the right.
108.
In _________________________, as characters are typed Word
replaces characters to the right of the insertion point.
109.
At any time while using Word, answers to questions can be
obtained by using the _________________________.

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Multiple Choice
Note: If you are preparing an examination using your own word
processor, for Multiple Choice questions 1 and 2 you must use the Picture
command on the Insert menu to insert Figure WD03.bmp. The figure is
referenced when students answer the question. When the Insert Picture
dialog box displays select Figure WD03.bmp from the Word subfolder in
the Printed Test Bank folder in the Test Bank & Test Engine menu item
and make sure the Link to file check box is not checked.
110.
When using the MLA style, position explanatory notes either at the
_____, as shown in the accompanying figure.
a. top of the page as head notes or at the end of the paper as
endnotes
b. bottom of the page as footnotes or at the end of the paper as
endnotes
c. top of the page as head notes or at the beginning of the paper
as front notes
d. bottom of the page as footnotes or at the beginning of the paper
as front notes
111.
On the works cited page, list works by each authors last name
and _____ the title of the work, as shown in the accompanying figure.
a. italicize or underline
b. boldface or italicize

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c. underline or boldface
d. enlarge or underline
112.
Word is preset to use standard 8.5-by-11-inch paper with _____
margins.
a. 1-inch left, right, top, and bottom
b. 1.25-inch left, right, top, and bottom
c. 1.25-inch left and right margins and 1-inch top and bottom
d. 1-inch left and right margins and 1.25-inch top and bottom
113.
To change margin settings, click _____ on the menu bar and then
point to the Page Setup command.
a. File
b. Edit
c. Format
d. Tools
114.
Headers and footers can include text and graphics, as well as the
_____.
a. current date
b. page number
c. current time
d. all of the above
115.
Insert Date, Format Page Number, and Insert AutoText are
buttons on the _____ toolbar.
a.
b.
c.
d.
116.

Formatting
Header and Footer
Standard
Edit

The shortcut keys for the _____ character formatting are CTRL+
SHIFT+ PLUS SIGN.
a. case of letters
b. underline words, not spaces

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c. superscript
d. all capital letters
117.

To increase a paragraph indent, use the _____ shortcut keys.


a. CTRL+L
b. CTRL+E
c. CTRL+1
d. CTRL+M

118.
Each time the _____ key is pressed, the paragraph formatting in
the previous paragraph is carried forward to the next paragraph.
a. ENTER
b. SHIFT
c. CTRL
d. ALT
119.
Word has a list of predefined typing, spelling, capitalization, and
grammar errors that _____ can detect and correct.
a. AutoEntry
b. AutoCorrect
c. AutoAdd
d. AutoSpell
120.
To set an exception to an AutoCorrect rule, click _____ on the
menu bar and then click AutoCorrect Options to display the AutoCorrect
dialog box.
a. Format
b. Edit
c. Tools
d. View
121.
The MLA style specifies that a superscript be used for a note
reference mark to signal an explanatory note exists either at the bottom
of the page as a(n) _____.
a. footnote or at the end of the document as a startnote

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b. headnote or at the end of the document as an endnote


c. footnote or at the end of the document as an endnote
d. headnote or at the end of the document as a startnote
122.
The formats defined by _____ include character formatting, such
as the font and font size; paragraph formatting, such as line spacing and
text alignment; table formatting; and list formatting.
a. options
b. styles
c. toolbars
d. tabs
123.

The Footnote Text style defines characters as _____.


a. 12-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as single-spaced
and right-aligned
b. 10-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as double-spaced
and left-aligned
c. 12-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as double-spaced
and right-aligned
d. 10-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as single-spaced
and left-aligned

124.
To verify that the note text is positioned correctly on the page,
switch to _____ view or display the document in print preview.
a. normal
b. print layout
c. page layout
d. page edit
125.
To edit note text, use the _____ at the bottom of the Word
window.
a. sizing handle
b. footnote text window
c. ScreenTip

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d. note pane
126.
The Word Count command on the Tools menu displays the
number of words as well as the number of _____ in the current
document.
a. lines
b. characters
c. paragraphs
d. all of the above
127.

In normal view, automatic page breaks _____.


a. do not display
b. display on the screen as a single dotted horizontal line
c. display on the screen above the header and beneath the footer
d. display on the screen as a line separated by the words Page
Break

128.
Although it is not shown in normal view, to view a header, click
_____ on the menu bar and then click Header and Footer.
a. View
b. Edit
c. Format
d. Tools
129.
According to the MLA style, the _____ is a bibliographical list of
sources that are referenced directly in a research paper.
a. parenthetical citations page
b. works cited page
c. explanatory notes page
d. superscript reference page
130.
With Words AutoCorrect entries, to display an indifferent face ()
type _____.
a. :)
b. :(

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c. :|
d. :/
131.
When a hyperlink is created, Word formats the Web address as
_____.
a. italicized and colored red
b. italicized and colored blue
c. underlined and colored red
d. underlined and colored blue
132.
To select a block of text, click at the beginning of the selection,
scroll to the end of the selection, position the mouse pointer at the end of
the selection, hold down the _____ key, and then click (or drag through
the text).
a. CTRL
b. ALT
c. SHIFT
d. TAB
133.
With the _____, Word notifies that a smart tag is available by
displaying a smart tag indicator on the screen.
a. AutoCorrect Options and Paste Options
b. Smart Tag Actions and Copy Actions
c. AutoCorrect Options and Smart Tag Actions
d. Paste Options and Copy Actions
134.
When the same word is used in multiple locations or a word is
used that was not quite appropriate, a thesaurus can be used to look up
a (n) _____ or a word similar in meaning.
a.
b.
c.
d.
True/False

synonym
homonym
antonym
metronym

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135.

Although many different styles of documentation exist for report preparation,


each style requires the same basic information.

136.

To follow the MLA style, single-space text on all pages with one and a halfinch top and bottom margins, and one-inch left and right margins.

137.

According to MLA style, on each page of the research paper, precede the
page number by the title of the paper.

138.

Using the MLA style of documentation, the title of the paper is centered one
double-space below the writers name and course information.

139.

In the MLA style, notes are used only for optional explanatory notes.

140.

The MLA style uses the term bibliographical references for works cited.

141.

When the Page Setup dialog box is used to change margin settings, the new
margin settings take effect immediately in the document.

142.

When you change the margin settings in the text boxes in the Page Setup
dialog box, the Preview area adjusts to reflect a changed margin setting.

143.

By default, Word single-spaces between lines of text and automatically


adjusts line height to accommodate various font sizes and graphics.

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144.

To apply the most recently set line spacing to the current or selected
paragraphs, click the Line Spacing button arrow.

145.

Using the Page Numbers command, you can specify the location and
alignment of the page numbers.

146.

To place your name to the left of the page number, as required by the MLA
style, you must create a header that contains the page number.

147.

When the Header and Footer command on the View menu is clicked, Word
switches to normal view, which does not display the document as it will print.

148.

To move a docked toolbar, right-click its move handle and click Move on the
resulting shortcut menu.

149.

Headers and footers do not display on the screen when the document
window is in normal view because they block the text.

150.

To use Click and Type, you click a blank area of the document window.

151.

The shortcut keys used to left-align a paragraph are CTRL+A.

152.

The shortcut keys used to center a paragraph are CTRL+L.

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153.

CTRL+B, CTRL+],

and CTRL+U are all shortcut keys for formatting paragraphs.

154.

To decrease a font size, use the CTRL+SHIFT+< shortcut keys.

155.

To right-align a paragraph, use the CTRL+R shortcut keys.

156.

In addition to a predefined list of AutoCorrect spelling, capitalization, and


grammar errors, you can create your own AutoCorrect entries to add to the
list.

157.

To delete a note, select the note reference mark in the note pane by
dragging through the note reference mark, and then click the Cut button on
the Standard toolbar.

158.

To count words, click Tools on the menu bar and then click Word Count.

159.

A floating toolbar, such as the Word Count toolbar, can be moved anywhere
on the screen by dragging its title bar.

160.

If you add text, delete text, or modify text on a page, Word recomputes the
position of automatic page breaks and adjusts them accordingly.

161.

According to the MLA style, the first line of each entry on the works cited
page begins at the left margin.

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162.

Word never moves or adjusts automatic page breaks; however, Word


adjusts manual page breaks that follow an automatic page break.

163.

The shortcut keys, CTRL+ENTER, instruct Word to insert an automatic page


break immediately above the insertion point and position the insertion point
immediately below the automatic page break.

164.

When you drag the Hanging Indent marker, the Left Indent marker moves
with it.

165.

Each time you press the CTRL key, Word carries forward the paragraph
formatting from the previous paragraph to the next paragraph.

166.

Words AutoCorrect entries contain some commonly used symbols, such as


a smiling face and a double arrow.

167.

By clicking a hyperlink in a document window while pressing the ALT key, you
jump to another document on your computer, on your network, or on the
World Wide Web.

168.

In Word, a hyperlink can be created simply by typing the address of the file
or Web page to be linked and then pressing the SPACEBAR or the ENTER key.

169.

To create a hyperlink to a Web page from a Word document, you must be


connected to the Internet.

170.

The MLA style requires that the works cited be listed in alphabetical order by
the first character in each work.

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171.

In the Sort Text dialog box, the default sort order is descending.

172.

Ascending sort order means sorting from the end of the alphabet to the
beginning of the alphabet, the largest number to the smallest number, or the
most recent date to the earliest date.

173.

Depending on the icon you click on the Select Browse Object menu, the
function of the buttons above and below the Select Browse Object button on
the vertical scroll bar changes.

174.

To move text, you first select the text to be moved and then use drag-anddrop editing or the cut-and-paste technique to move the selected text.

175.

If you accidentally drag selected text to the wrong location, you can click the
Redo button on the Standard toolbar to return the text to its original location.

176.

To display a smart tag button, you point to the smart tag indicator.

177.

178.
Clicking a smart tab button displays a menu that contains
commands relative to the action performed at the location of the smart
tag.

179.

180.
You can display the thesaurus in the Reference task pane by
clicking Thesaurus on the Synonyms submenu that displays when you
right-click a word for which you want to display a synonym.

181.

182.
To prevent Word from flagging proper names as errors, you can
add the names to the custom dictionary.

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183.

184.
If you have multiple custom dictionaries, you can specify which
one Word should use when checking spelling.

185.

186.
When you hold down the CTRL key and click a hyperlink in a
document, if you currently are not connected to the Web Word connects
you using your default browser.

187.

188.
To send a Word document as an attachment to an e-mail
message, click File on the menu bar, point to Send To, and then click
Mail Recipient (as Attachment).

189.

190.
From within Word, you can search through various forms of online
reference information.

191.

192.
While plagiarism is unethical, it is not considered an academic
crime.

Completion
193.
The MLA style uses in-text _________________________
instead of noting each source at the bottom of the page or at the end of
the paper.
194.
The MLA style uses the term _________________________ for
the bibliographical references.
195.
_________________________ is the amount of vertical space
between lines of text in a document.
196.
The MLA documentation style requires that you
_________________________ the entire paper; that is, one blank line
should display between each line of text.
197.
A (n) _________________________ is text printed at the top of
each page in a document.

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Note: If you are preparing an examination using your own word


processor, for Completion questions 6 through 8 you must use the
Picture command on the Insert menu to insert Figure WD04.bmp. The
figure is referenced when students answer the questions. When the
Insert Picture dialog box displays, select Figure WD04.bmp from the
Word subfolder in the Printed Test Bank folder in the Test Bank & Test
Engine menu item and make sure the Link to File check box is not
checked.
198.
It is possible to _________________________, or attaches, a
floating toolbar (such as the Header and Footer toolbar in the
accompanying figure) above or below the Standard and Formatting
toolbars by double-clicking the floating toolbars title bar.
199.
As shown in the accompanying figure, when the Header and
Footer command on the View menu is clicked, Word automatically
switches to _________________________, which displays the
document exactly as it will print.
200.
In print layout view, as shown in the accompanying figure,
_________________________ can be used to format and enter text,
graphics, and other items.
201.
To save typing, the ENTER key can be pressed while a (n)
_________________________ displays, which instructs Word to place
the entire text of the tip at the location of the typing.
202.
When fingers are already on the keyboard, it often is more
efficient to use _________________________, or keyboard key
combinations, to format text as it is typed.
203.
Word can be instructed to indent the first line of a paragraph,
called _________________________, using the horizontal ruler.
204.
The _________________________ is the top triangle at the 0"
mark on the horizontal ruler.

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205.
The small square at the 0" mark on the horizontal ruler is the
_________________________, which can be used to change the entire
left margin.
206.
Word provides a (n) _________________________ feature that
automatically corrects some typing, spelling, capitalization, or grammar
errors as they are typed in a document.
207.
When clicked, the _________________________ displays a
menu that allows a correction to be undone or changes how Word
handles future automatic corrections of this type.
208.
Word automatically numbers notes sequentially by placing a (n)
_________________________ in the body of the document and in front
of the note text.
209.
A (n) _________________________ is a named group of
formatting characteristics that can be applied to text.
210.
The base styles for a new Word document is the
_________________________, which for new installation of Word 2003
most likely uses 12-point Times New Roman font for characters and
single-spaced, left-aligned paragraphs.
211.
As documents that exceed one page are typed, Word
automatically inserts page breaks, called
_________________________, when it determines the text has filled
one page according to paper size, margin settings, line spacing, and
other settings.
212.
Because page repagination is performed between keystrokes,
Word refers to the automatic page break task as
_________________________.
213.
Because the works cited are to display on a separate numbered
page, a (n) _________________________ must be inserted at a specific
location following the body of a research paper.

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214.
A (n) _________________________ is a type of paragraph
formatting in which the first line extends to the left of the rest of the
paragraph.
215.
The _________________________ is the bottom triangle at the
0" mark on the horizontal ruler.
216.
In addition to many commonly misspelled words, Words built-in
list of _________________________ also contains some commonly
used symbols, such as when :) is typed.
217.
A (n) _________________________ is a shortcut that allows a
user to jump to another location in the same document or to other
documents or Web pages.
218.
_________________________ is the process of following a
hyperlink to its destination.
219.
In Word, paragraphs can be arranged in alphabetic, numeric, or
date order based on the first character in each paragraph in a manner
called _________________________.
220.
_________________________ means sorting from the end of the
alphabet to the beginning of the alphabet, the largest number to the
smallest number, or the most recent date to the earliest date.
221.
While _________________________, you review a document to
look for grammatical errors and spelling errors.
222.
With _________________________, the selected item is dragged
to the new location and then inserted, or dropped, there.
223.
The _________________________ is a temporary Windows
storage area.
224.
_________________________ is the process of copying an item
from the Clipboard into the document at the location of the insertion
point.

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225.
If you click the _________________________ that displays when
you drag and drop text, a menu displays that allows you to change the
format of the text that was moved.
226.
A (n) _________________________ is a button that automatically
appears on the screen when Word performs a certain action.
227.

A (n) _________________________ is a book of synonyms.

Multiple Choice
228.
_____ are types of wizards and templates in the Resume Wizard
dialog box.
a. Standard, Contemporary, and Sophisticated
b. Professional, Contemporary, and Elegant
c. Formatted, Unformatted, and Graphic
d. Basic, Comprehensive, and Formatted
229.

_____ is a type of resume created by the Resume Wizard.


a. Entry-level
b. Chronological
c. Functional
d. All of the above

230.
The _____ in the Resume Wizard dialog box indicates the wizard
is ready to create the document.
a. Start panel
b. Address panel
c. Add/Sort Heading panel
d. Finish panel
231.
To exit from the Resume Wizard and return to the document
window without creating a resume, click the _____ button in any panel in
the Resume Wizard dialog box.
a. Cancel
b. Back

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c. Next
d. Finish
232.
To display more of the document on the screen in print layout
view, the _____ can be hidden.
a. white space at the top of the pages
b. white space at the bottom of the pages
c. gray space between pages
d. all of the above
233.
When you point to the _____ corner of a table, the table move
handle appears.
a. upper-right
b. lower-left
c. lower-right
d. upper-left
Note: If you are preparing an examination using your own word
processor, for Multiple Choice questions 5 through 7 you must use the
Picture command on the Insert menu to insert Figure WD05.bmp. The
figure is referenced when students answer the questions. When the
Insert Picture dialog box displays, select Figure WD05.bmp from the
Word subfolder in the Printed Test Bank folder in the Test Bank & Test
Engine menu item and make sure the Link to File check box is not
checked.
234.
In the accompanying figure, information about work experience
can be entered where the Resume Wizard has inserted the words, Job
Title, which is called _____.
a. standard text
b. placeholder text
c. variable text
d. formatted text

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235.
A (n) _____, like that shown before the degrees listed in the
accompanying figure, is a dot or other symbol positioned at the
beginning of a paragraph.
a. bullet
b. logo
c. cell
d. target
236.
A _____ is a formatting mark at the end of a line that moves the
insertion point to the beginning of the next physical line, as shown after
the areas of concentration in the accompanying figure.
a. paragraph break character
b. nonbreaking space
c. line break character
d. nonbreaking hyphen
237.
Press _____ to create a line break, which advances the insertion
point to the beginning of the next physical line ignoring any paragraph
formatting instructions.
a. SHIFT+ENTER
b. CTRL+ENTER
c. SHIFT+TAB
d. CTRL+TAB
238.
When three hyphens, underscores, equal signs, asterisks, or
number signs are typed and then the enter key is pressed, the
AutoFormat feature _____.
a. places a border above a paragraph
b. creates a numbered list
c. changes the characters to an em dash
d. creates a bulleted list
239.

A letterhead should contain all of the following EXCEPT ____.


a. full street address

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b. logo
c. complete legal name of the company, group, or individual
d. None of the above
240.
Word, by default, places a tab stop at every _____ mark on the
ruler.
a. .25"
b. .5"
c. .75"
d. 1"
241.

When a custom tab stop is set, Word _____.


a. clears all default tab stops
b. clears all default tab stops to the right of the custom tab stop
c. clears all default tab stops to the left of the custom tab stop
d. does not clear any default tab stops

242.
On the horizontal ruler, an upside down T indicates a _____ tab
stop.
a. left-aligned
b. right-aligned
c. decimal-aligned
d. centered
243.
When you point to a text entry in the Office Clipboard gallery in
the Clipboard task pane, _____.
a. the first several characters of text in the item display as a
ScreenTip
b. the text entry is deleted from the Office Clipboard gallery
c. the text entry is pasted into the document at the location of the
insertion point
d. all of the above

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244.
To convert a hyperlink e-mail address to regular text, right-click
the e-mail address and then click _____ on the shortcut menu.
a. Edit Hyperlink
b. Select Hyperlink
c. Convert Hyperlink
d. Remove Hyperlink
245.

Essential business letter elements include the _____.


a. date line and inside address
b. message
c. signature block
d. all of the above

246.
In a business letter, the _____, if present, begins two lines below
the last line of the inside address.
a. salutation
b. date line
c. message
d. complimentary close
247.
In a business letter, type the _____ at least four lines below the
complimentary close, allowing room for the author to sign his or her
name.
a. inside address
b. message
c. signature block
d. salutation
248.
In the _____ letter style, all components of the letter begin flush
with the left margin.
a. modified block style
b. block style
c. modified semi-block style
d. all of the above

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249.
Pressing the _____ key instructs Word to replace an AutoText
entry name with the stored AutoText entry.
a. F1
b. F2
c. F3
d. F4
250.
To advance rightward from one cell to the next in a table, press
the _____ key.
a. TAB
b. BACKSPACE
c. HOME
d. ENTER
251.
To select multiple cells, rows, or columns in a table that are not
adjacent to one another, select the first cell and then hold down the
_____ key while selecting the next cell, row, or column.
a. ALT
b. SHIFT
c. ENTER
d. CTRL
252.
To instruct Word to stop bulleting paragraphs, do any of the
following except _____.
a. press the ENTER key twice
b. click the Undo button on the Standard toolbar
c. press the BACKSPACE key to remove the bullet
d. click the Bullets button on the Formatting toolbar
True/False
253.

A resume allows you to elaborate on positive points in your cover letter.

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254.

A template asks you several basic questions and then, based on your
responses, uses a wizard to prepare and format a document for you.

255.

To move from one panel to the next within the Resume Wizards dialog box,
click the Next button or click the panel name on the left side of the dialog
box.

256.

The Standard Headings panel in the Resume Wizard dialog box requests the
headings wanted on the resume.

257.

The Add/Sort Heading panel in the Resume Wizard dialog box allows a user
to enter any additional headings wanted on the resume.

258.

Word displays the resume created with the Resume Wizard in normal view.

259.

In normal view, Word places the entire piece of paper in the document
window, showing precisely the positioning of the text, margins, headers,
footers, and footnotes.

260.

When the Resume Wizard prepares a resume, it arranges the body of the
resume as a table.

261.

Formatting marks, such as the end-of-cell mark, do not print on a hard copy.

262.

To display gridlines in a table, position the insertion point somewhere in the


table, click Table on the menu bar, and then click Show Table.

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263.

When you use a wizard to create a document, Word formats the document
using styles.

264.

The Style box on the Formatting toolbar displays the name of the style
associated with the location of the insertion point or selection.

265.

If the Style box arrow on the Formatting toolbar is clicked, Word displays the
list of styles associated with the current document.

266.

Paragraph styles affect formats of only selected characters, whereas


character styles affect formatting of an entire paragraph.

267.

In the Style list and Styles and Formatting task pane, paragraph style names
are followed by an underlined letter a (a), and character style names usually
are followed by a proofreaders paragraph mark ().

268.

In a bulleted list, each time the ENTER key is pressed, a bullet displays at the
beginning of the new paragraph.

269.

To see exactly how a document will look when it is printed, it can be


displayed in print preview.

270.

In print preview, it is impossible to edit or format text, adjust margins, view


multiple pages, reduce the document to fit on a single page, or print the
document.

271.

To open a new document window, click the New Blank Document button on
the Standard toolbar.

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272.

On the Font Color button arrow, Automatic is the default color, which usually
is white.

273.

In Word, a paragraph can be both left-aligned and right-aligned at the same


time.

274.

Each time the ENTER key is pressed, any custom tab stops are carried
forward to the next paragraph.

275.

You can click the ruler at the right margin location to create a tap stop there.

276.

When a custom tab stop is set, the tab marker on the ruler reflects the
alignment of the characters at the location of the tab stop.

277.

When an item is pasted into a document, the contents of the Office


Clipboard are erased.

278.

The first item copied always displays at the top of the Office Clipboard
gallery.

279.

Each time an item is copied to the Office Clipboard, a ScreenTip displays


above the Office Clipboard icon in the notification area on the Windows
taskbar, indicating the number of entries currently in the Office Clipboard.

280.

When the 25th item is copied to the Office Clipboard, Word deletes the last
item to make room for the new item.

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281.

To paste all the items on the Office Clipboard in a row without any
characters in between them, click the Clear All button in the Clipboard task
pane.

282.

Borders may be added above or below a paragraph, to the left or right of a


paragraph, or any combination of these sides.

283.

To remove a border from a paragraph, position the insertion point in the


paragraph, click the Border button arrow on the Formatting toolbar, and then
click the No Border button.

284.

When the ENTER key or SPACEBAR is pressed after entering an e-mail


address or Web address, Word automatically formats the address as a
hyperlink, that is, colored blue and underlined.

285.

In a business letter, the inside address, placed three to eight lines below the
date line, usually contains the senders title plus full name, business
affiliation, and full geographical address.

286.

In a business letter, within the message paragraphs are double-spaced with


single-spacing between paragraphs.

287.

In a business letter, the complimentary close displays two lines below the
last line of the message.

288.

To move a custom tab stop, drag the tab marker to the desired location on
the ruler.

289.

To remove a custom tab stop, right-click the tab marker on the ruler and then
click Remove on the shortcut menu.

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290.

Some compound words should not be divided at the end of a line.

291.

The difference between an AutoCorrect entry and an AutoType entry is that


the AutoType feature makes corrections automatically as soon as the
SPACEBAR or a punctuation key is pressed, whereas the F3 key must be
pressed or the AutoCorrect command clicked to instruct Word to make an
AutoCorrect correction.

292.

To ignore an AutoComplete tip proposed by Word, simply continue typing to


remove the AutoComplete tip from the screen.

293.

Each row of a table has an end-of-row mark, which can be used to add
columns to the left of a table.

294.

When at the rightmost cell in a row, press the ENTER key to move to the first
cell in the next row; do not press the TAB key.

295.

To delete the contents of a cell, select the cell contents by pointing to the left
edge of the cell and clicking when the mouse pointer changes direction, and
then press the DELETE key.

296.

The column boundary, the border to the right of a column, can be dragged
until a row is at a desired height.

297.

The row boundary, the border at the top of a row, can be dragged until the
column is at the desired width.

298.

When you first create a table it is left-aligned; that is, flush with the left
margin.

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299.

When the insertion point is in a bulleted list, the Bullets button on the
Formatting toolbar is selected.

300.

To print a mailing label, click the Labels tab in the Envelopes and Labels
dialog box, type the delivery address in the Address box, and click the Print
button in the dialog box.

301.

The smart tag indicator for Smart Tag Actions is a green triangle.

302.

The commands in the Smart Tag Actions menu always are the same
regardless of the smart tag.

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Completion
303.
A (n) ____________________ asks several basic questions and then, based on the
responses, uses a template to prepare and format a document.
304.
A (n) ____________________ is similar to a form with prewritten text; that is, Word
prepares the requested document with text and/or formatting common to all documents of this
nature.
Note: If you are preparing an examination using your own word processor, for Completion
questions 3 and 4 you must use the Picture command on the Insert menu to insert Figure
WD06.bmp. The figure is referenced when students answer the questions. When the Insert
Picture dialog box displays, select Figure WD06.bmp from the Word subfolder in the
Printed Test Bank folder in the Test Bank & Test Engine menu item and make sure the Link
to File check box is not checked.
305.
A resume can be typed from scratch into a blank document or the
____________________, shown in the accompanying figure, can be used and Word will
format the resume with appropriate headings and spacing.
306.
A wizards dialog box, such as that shown in the accompanying figure, displays a list of
____________________ along its left side with the currently selected panel displaying on the
right side of the dialog box.
307.

Unlike normal view, ____________________ shows an exact view of the printed page.

308.

A Word ____________________ is a collection of rows and columns.

309.
In a Word table, the intersection of a row and a column is called a (n)
____________________, and is filled with text.
310.
Each cell in a Word table has a (n) ____________________, which is a formatting mark
that assists with selecting and formatting cells.
311.
Some Word users prefer to show ____________________, which help identify the rows
and columns in a table.
312.
A (n) ____________________ is a named group of formatting characteristics that can
be applied to text.
313.
Through the ____________________ task pane, styles can be viewed, created, and
applied.
314.

____________________ are styles that affect formatting of an entire paragraph.

315.

____________________ are styles that affect formats of only selected characters.

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316.
____________________ are styles that affect alignment and fonts in a numbered or
bulleted list.
317.
A (n) ____________________ is a list of paragraphs that each begin with a dot or other
symbol.
318.
____________________ displays an entire document on reduced side on the Word
screen.
319.
A (n) ____________________ is a location on the horizontal ruler that tells Word where
to position the insertion point when the TAB key is pressed.
320.
When the TAB key is pressed, a(n) ____________________ formatting mark appears in
the empty space between tab stops.
321.
The ____________________ is a temporary storage area that can hold up to 24 items
(text or graphics) copied from any Office application.
322.
Office Clipboard allows users to copy, or ____________________, items and then
pastes them in a new location.
323.
____________________ is the process of copying an item from the Office Clipboard
into a document at the location of the insertion point.
324.
In Word, a solid line, called a (n) ____________________, can be drawn at any edge of
a paragraph.
325.
In Word the term ____________________ refers to returning the formatting to the
Normal style.
326.
In a business letter, the ____________________, which consists of the month, day, and
year, is positioned two to six lines below the letterhead.
327.
If the same text is used frequently, the text can be stored in a (n)
____________________ and then the stored entry can be used throughout the open
document, as well as in future documents.
328.
Press CTRL+SHIFT+SPACEBAR to enter a(n) ____________________, which is a special
space character that prevents two words from splitting if the first word falls at the end of a line.
329.
Press CTRL+SHIFT+HYPHEN to enter a (n) ____________________, which is a special
type of hyphen that prevents two words separated by a hyphen from splitting at the end of a
line.
330.
As characters are typed, Word searches the list of AutoText entry names and if one
matches the typing, displays its complete name above the typing as a (n)
____________________.

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331.
When inserting a table, the total number of rows and columns required must be
specified, which is called the ____________________ of the table?
332.
You can drag a (n) ____________________, which is the border to the right of a
column, until the column is the desired width.
333.
You can drag a (n) ____________________, which is the border at the bottom of a row,
until the row is the desired height.
334.
An entire table can be resized by dragging the ____________________, which is a
small square that displays when pointing to the bottom-right corner of a table.
335.
A (n) ____________________ is a button that automatically appears on the screen
when Word performs a certain action.
336.
In addition to the AutoCorrect Options and Paste Options smart tags, a third type of
smart tag, called ____________________, performs various functions depending on the object
identified by the smart tag indicator.
337.
To help locate documents at a later time, additional information about the document,
called ____________________, can be stored when the document is saved.
Multiple Choice
338.

Word has Web authoring tools allow you to incorporate _____ on Web pages.
a. bullets
b. hyperlinks
c. sounds
d. all of the above

339.

Word stores all frames associated with a Web page in a single file called the _____.
a. authoring page
b. text page
c. frames page
d. hyperlink page

340.
When you save a file as a Web page, Word converts the contents of the document into
_____.
a. Java
b. Perl
c. HTML
d. Unix
341.
The _____ saves the file in Web Page format and then reduces the size of the file by
removing specific Microsoft Office formats.
a. compressed Web Page format
b. archival Web Page format

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c. single Web Page format
d. filtered Web Page format

342.

A _____ is a collection of predefined design elements and color schemes.


a. feature
b. hyperlink
c. palette
d. theme

True/False
343.

344.

Word provides three different techniques for creating Web pages.

345.

346.
Applying a theme is the process of making Web pages available to
others, on the World Wide Web or on a companys intranet, for example.

347.

348.
The Save as Web Page command, by default, saves the
document in a format called filtered Web page.

349.

350.
The Web Page format saves a Web page in a file and some of its
components in a folder.

351.

352.
To test an e-mail hyperlink, you can SHIFT+click the mouse while
pointing to the hyperlink.

353.

354.
By using themes, you easily can make Web pages and other
online documents consistent with one another.

355.

356.
In Word, you cannot see how a Web page looks in the browser
unless you publish it and connect to the Internet.

357.

358.
When a frames page is divided into two frames, a frame border
separates the frames.

359.

360.
When you point to and drag a frame border, the mouse pointer
shape changes to a single-headed arrow.

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362.
If you want to alter an existing hyperlink, you right-click the
hyperlink text and then click Edit Hyperlink on the shortcut menu.