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Microsoft Word Lesson 2

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

 1. 

Clicking the Show/Hide ¶ button once displays paragraph and formatting marks.
 

 2. 

To select text with the keyboard, press and hold down Tab, and then press an arrow key in the direction of the text you want to select.
 

 3. 

When you create a new paragraph, the default style is for no space to be added after the original paragraph.
 

 4. 

You can keep clicking the Undo button to continue reversing recent actions, or you can click the arrow next to the Undo button to see a list of your recent actions.
 

 5. 

The system Clipboard can hold only one selection at a time
 

 6. 

You cannot copy a chart you created in Excel to a report you are writing in Word.
 

 7. 

Unlike the Office Clipboard, which is available all the time, you must activate the system Clipboard to use it.
 

 8. 

Find ignores capitalization when finding words.
 

 9. 

To replace all instances of the Find what text with the Replace with text, click Replace Now.
 

 10. 

If you select text, the status bar displays the number of words in the selection.
 

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

 11. 

The ____ command allows you to see these hidden formatting marks.
a.
Yes/No
c.
Marks/No Marks
b.
On/Off
d.
Show/Hide  ¶
 

 12. 

To ____ text means to highlight a block of text.
a.
select
c.
find
b.
choose
d.
open
 

 13. 

To quickly select everything in a document, press and hold ____.
a.
CTRL+A
c.
CTRL+S
b.
CTRL+F3
d.
CTRL+T
 

 14. 

The Redo command reverses a(n) ____ action.
a.
Restore
c.
Help
b.
Undo
d.
Recycle
 

 15. 

You can clear the Office Clipboard by clicking ____ at the top of the Clipboard task pane.
a.
Clear
c.
Clear Now
b.
Clear All
d.
Clear Clipboard
 

 16. 

Clicking the Paste button or pressing Ctrl+V pastes the contents of the ____ Clipboard into the document.
a.
system
c.
both a. and b.
b.
Office
d.
neither a. nor b.
 

 17. 

Find and Replace are useful editing commands that let you locate specific words in a document quickly and, if you wish, change them instantly to new words. Both commands are located in the ____ group on the Home tab.
a.
Review
c.
Formatting
b.
Editing
d.
Grammar
 

 18. 

To find every occurrence of a specific word or phrase in a document, click in the ____ Document box in the Navigation Pane, and then type the word or phrase.
a.
Find
c.
Scan
b.
Replace
d.
Search
 

 19. 

____ are special characters that represent other characters.
a.
Logos
c.
Shortcuts
b.
Placeholders
d.
Wildcards
 

 20. 

To replace text, click the Replace button in the Editing group on the Home tab to open the Find and Replace dialog box with the ____ tab selected
a.
Format
c.
Replace
b.
Find
d.
Update
 

 21. 

____ allows you to jump to a specific part of a document.
a.
Jump To
c.
Go To
b.
Jump Now
d.
Go Now
 

 22. 

You can also find out the number of characters, paragraphs, and lines in a document by opening the ____ Count dialog box.
a.
Character
c.
Word
b.
Paragraph
d.
Text
 
 
FIGURE WD 2-1
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 23. 

Referring to Figure WD 2-1 above, the word “exercise” ____.
a.
appears in the Search Document box
c.
both a. and b.
b.
appears in the Navigation Pane
d.
neither a. nor b.
 
 
Case WD 2-2
Jon heard from a co-worker that he saves at least 10 minutes a day using the Redo, Undo, and Repeat commands.  So, Jon is checking it out to see if he can also save time by using these commands.
 

 24. 

Jon types an underline and would like the line to extend further. He would choose to use the ____ command.
a.
Redo
c.
Undo
b.
Repeat
d.
Quick Access
 

 25. 

Jon wants to use the Redo button, but does not see it. That is because the Redo button does not appear on the Quick Access Toolbar until ____.
a.
you have undone something
b.
you have done something
c.
you have changed a property
d.
you have added it to the Quick Access toolbar
 

Matching
 
 
Identify the letter of the choice that best matches the phrase or definition.
a.
Match case
b.
Sounds like (English)
c.
Match suffix
d.
Incremental find
e.
Match prefix
 

 26. 

Finds words that begin with the text you type in the Search Document box.
 

 27. 

Finds words that end with the text you type in the Search Document box.
 

 28. 

Searches for words with the same capitalization as the text that you type.
 

 29. 

Locates homonyms.
 

 30. 

Finds the text as you type.
 



 
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