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Word Lesson 1

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Word processing is the use of computer software to enter and edit text.
 

 2. 

The Quick Access toolbar displays information about the current document and process.
 

 3. 

Print Layout view displays only the text of a document without showing the arrangement of the text.
 

 4. 

The text appears in the document window at the insertion point when you enter text in a new document.
 

 5. 

To reposition the insertion point using the mouse, move the mouse to the position where you want the insertion point to appear, and then click the left mouse button.
 

 6. 

Pressing the Delete key deletes the character to the left of the insertion point.
 

 7. 

You can create a new folder in the Save As dialog box.
 

 8. 

If you worked on the document recently, you can click the File tab, on the navigation bar,
click Recent, and then in the middle pane, click the name of the document in the list
of recently opened and saved documents.
 

 9. 

You can use the Zoom feature to magnify and reduce your document on the screen.
 

 10. 

To open the Print tab, click the Review tab on the Ribbon, and then on the navigation bar, click Print.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 11. 

When using ____ software such as Word, you can easily create and edit documents, such as letters and reports.
a.
spreadsheet
c.
presentation
b.
database
d.
word processing
 

 12. 

To start Word, click the Start button on the taskbar. Click All Programs on the Start menu, click ____ on the submenu, and then click Microsoft Office Word 2010.
a.
Microsoft
c.
Microsoft Programs
b.
Programs
d.
Microsoft Office
 

 13. 

____ view simulates the way a document will look when it is viewed as a Web page.
a.
Outline
c.
Print Layout
b.
Draft
d.
Web Layout
 

 14. 

____view shows text on the screen in a format that is easy to read and hides the Ribbon.
a.
Full Screen Reading
c.
Print Layout
b.
Web Layout
d.
Draft
 

 15. 

To switch between views, you can click one of the ____ buttons at the bottom-right of the document window, to the left of the Zoom slider.
a.
look
c.
open
b.
see
d.
view
 

 16. 

Press the Keyboard shortcut ____ to go to the beginning of the next word.
a.
Right arrow
c.
Ctrl+left arrow
b.
Left arrow
d.
Ctrl+right arrow
 

 17. 

Press the Keyboard shortcut ____ to go to the beginning of the line.
a.
Home
c.
Page Up
b.
End
d.
Page Down
 

 18. 

You can rename a folder by ____ the folder, and then clicking Rename on the shortcut menu.
a.
double-clicking
c.
right-clicking
b.
dragging
d.
left-clicking
 

 19. 

A zoom percentage of ____ shows the document at its normal size.
a.
1
c.
100%
b.
100 points
d.
100 pixels
 

 20. 

To use Full Screen Reading view, click the ____ tab on the Ribbon, and then in the Document Views group, click the Full Screen Reading button.
a.
Home
c.
Page Layout
b.
Insert
d.
View
 

 21. 

Some documents, such as documents with graphics or numerical information, look better when printed in ____ orientation.
a.
landscape
c.
upright
b.
sideways
d.
portrait
 

 22. 

Most documents are printed in ____ orientation.
a.
landscape
c.
upright
b.
sideways
d.
portrait
 

 23. 

After you select the settings you want, to print a document, click the Print button in the center pane on the ____ tab in Backstage view.
a.
View
c.
Print
b.
Preview
d.
File
 

 24. 

To exit Word, click the Close button in the ____ corner of the document window.
a.
upper-right
c.
upper-left
b.
lower-right
d.
lower-left
 

 25. 

To close the document without exiting Word, click the ____ tab, and then on the navigation bar, click the Close command.
a.
File
c.
View
b.
Home
d.
Page Layout
 
 
FIGURE WD 1-1

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 26. 

Referring to Figure WD 1-1 above, the easiest way to change the Zoom percentage is to ____.
a.
drag the slider
c.
click the View tab on the Ribbon
b.
open the Zoom dialog box
d.
none of the above
 

 27. 

Referring to Figure WD 1-1 above, the document percentage that would make your document the largest is ____.
a.
15%
c.
65%
b.
50%
d.
100%
 
 
Case WD 1-1
Amanda has been using the Save and Save As command interchangeably, and it has caused some problems with her files. Amanda had opened her file from last year, “Junior Year Class Trip.docx,” and spent about an hour updating the text and photos to show the information from her Senior Year Class trip.
 

 28. 

When she was finished she clicked the “Save” button on the Quick Access toolbar. What information will be in the “Junior Year Class Trip.docx file?
a.
Information from her Junior Year Class Trip
b.
Information from her Senior Year Class Trip
c.
No information, the document will be blank
d.
Text only on both trips, no photos will be saved
 

 29. 

When she was finished she clicked the “Save As” button on the Quick Access toolbar and entered the name “Senior Year Class Trip” as the file title. What information will be in the “Junior Year Class Trip.docx file?
a.
Information from her Junior Year Class Trip
b.
Information from her Senior Year Class Trip
c.
No information, the document will be blank
d.
Text only on both trips, no photos will be saved
 
 
Case WD 1-2
Sam’s mouse suddenly stopped working and he has an important project to get out the door. He decides to use keyboard shortcuts.
 

 30. 

To move to the beginning of the document, Sam should select the ____ keyboard shortcut.
a.
Ctrl+Home
c.
Ctrl+right arrow
b.
Home
d.
Ctrl+left arrow
 



 
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