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Topics: Typography, Microsoft Word, Word processor Pages: 14 (3374 words) Published: October 30, 2014
 

Word Chapter 1 — Creating, Formatting, and Editing a Word Document with a Picture
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. The default view in Word is ____.
a. Print Layout view
b. Headline view

c. Web Layout view
d. Outline view

REF: WD 5

2. The ____ as shown in the accompanying figure is a formatting mark that indicates where the ____ was pressed.
a. TAB key
c. ENTER key
b. SPACEBAR
d. SHIFT key
REF: WD 6
3. To enter a blank line into a document, press the ____ key without typing any text on the line. a. CTRL
c. ENTER
b. ALT
d. ESC
REF: WD 7
4. Press the ENTER key in all of the following circumstances EXCEPT ____. a. to insert a blank line into a document
b. when the insertion point reaches the right margin
c. to begin a new paragraph
d. in response to prompts in Word dialog boxes
REF: WD 8
 

 

5. When Word flags a possible spelling or grammar error, it also changes the Spelling and Grammar Check icon to a(n) ____.
a. black circle
c. X
b. green check mark
d. red check mark
REF: WD 9
6. If a flagged word is spelled correctly, right-click it and then click ____ on the shortcut menu to instruct Word not to flag future occurrences of the same word in this document. a. Not a Mistake

c. Do Not Correct
b. Correct Spelling
d. Ignore All
REF: WD 10
7. To move left one word with the keyboard, press the ____ key(s). a. HOME
c. ALT+CTRL+LEFT ARROW
b. CTRL+LEFT ARROW
d. ALT+LEFT ARROW
REF: WD 12
8. To move to the beginning of a line with the keyboard, press the ____ key(s). a. LEFT ARROW
c. HOME
b. CTRL+HOME
d. PAGE UP
REF: WD 12
9. To move to the end of the document, press the ____ key(s). a. DOWN ARROW
c. CTRL+DOWN ARROW
b. END
d. CTRL+END
REF: WD 12
10. To move to the right one word, press the ____ key(s).
a. ALT+RIGHT ARROW
c. CTRL+RIGHT ARROW
b. F1
d. RIGHT ARROW
REF: WD 12
11. To move up one paragraph, press the ____ key(s).
a. F1
c. UP ARROW
b. ALT+UP ARROW
d. CTRL+UP ARROW
REF: WD 12
12. To move down one paragraph, press the ____ key(s).
a. ALT+DOWN ARROW
c. DOWN ARROW
b. CTRL+DOWN ARROW
d. F1
REF: WD 12
13. To move to the bottom of a document window, press the ____ key(s). a. ALT+CTRL+PAGE DOWN
c. ALT+PAGE DOWN
b. CTRL+PAGE DOWN
d. PAGE DOWN
 

 
REF: WD 12
14. To move to the top of a document window, press the ____ key(s). a. CTRL+PAGE UP
c. PAGE UP
b. ALT+CTRL+PAGE UP
d. ALT+PAGE UP
REF: WD 12
15. When you use the keyboard to scroll to a different position in the document, the ____ automatically moves when you press the desired keys.
a. roster
c. alt tag
b. insertion point
d. smart tag
REF: WD 12
16. ____ formatting is the process of changing the way letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and symbols appear on the screen and in print.
a. Document
c. Paragraph
b. Character
d. Object
REF: WD 13
17. Word includes a variety of document ____ to assist you with coordinating visual elements in a document.
a. layouts
c. themes
b. formats
d. graphs
REF: WD 14
18. The ____, or typeface, defines the appearance and shape of letters, numbers, and special characters. a. font
c. point
b. font size
d. paragraph formatting
REF: WD 14
19. On most computers, the default font size in Word is ____. a. 8
c. 14
b. 11
d. 16
REF: WD 14
20. A(n) ____ paragraph is a paragraph that begins with a dot or other symbol. a. headline
c. bulleted
b. centered
d. indexed
REF: WD 14
21. The file type ____ identifies a Word 2013 document.
a. .doc
c. .dot
b. .docx
d. .doct
REF: WD 15
22. Which of the following colors suggests neutrality?
 

 
a. green
b. brown

c. red
d. gray

REF: WD 31
23. With more than ____ predefined color schemes, Word provides a simple way to select colors that work well together.
a. 15
c. 30
b. 20
d. 40
REF: WD 31
24. The default color scheme is called ____.
a. Microsoft
b. Standard

c. Calibri
d. Office

REF: WD 31
25. To select nonadjacent items, select the first item as usual, press and hold down...
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