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Microsoft Word Lesson 3

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

 1. 

Formatting means to change the look of graphics.
 

 2. 

To change the paragraph from a numbered list to normal text, you can click the Text button in the Styles group on the Format tab.
 

 3. 

The AutoFormat As You Type feature automatically applies built-in formats to text as you type.
 

 4. 

Grammar blocks are document parts that you can create, store, and reuse.
 

 5. 

Quick Parts you create are stored in the Quick Parts gallery.
 

 6. 

AutoComplete is a feature in Word that automatically completes the spelling of days of the week and months of the year that have less than three letters in their names.
 

 7. 

If you want to display the current date whenever you open the document, you would click the Update automatically check box to select it.
 

 8. 

The automatic spell checker sometimes incorrectly identifies words as being misspelled, such as proper names.
 

 9. 

Automatic spelling and grammar checking can be turned on and off or adjusted in the Popular section of the Word Options dialog box.
 

 10. 

The options in the Spelling and Grammar dialog box change depending on the nature of the current error.
 

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

 11. 

Examples of text ____ are adding bold, italics, or underlining to words to emphasize them.
a.
layout
c.
spacing
b.
graphics
d.
formatting
 

 12. 

A paragraph format for headings can include extra space above and below it which is called  ____ formatting.
a.
paragraph
c.
heading
b.
space
d.
extra room
 

 13. 

In a new paragraph, for example, if you type the number 1 followed by a period, and then press the Tab key, Word assumes that you are trying to create a(n) ____.
a.
numbered list
c.
outline
b.
bulleted list
d.
presentation
 

 14. 

____ are document parts that are stored and reused.
a.
Document blocks
c.
Text blocks
b.
Creative blocks
d.
Building blocks
 

 15. 

After you type the first four letters, ____ suggests the complete word.
a.
AutoComplete
c.
AutoCalendar
b.
AutoDate
d.
AutoHelp
 

 16. 

To insert the current date into a document, on the Ribbon, click the Insert tab. Then, in the Text group, click the ____ button.
a.
Date
c.
Date & Time
b.
Time
d.
Calendar
 

 17. 

To correct an error that has been identified with a wavy underline, ____ the flagged word or phrase to open a shortcut menu with a list of suggestions to replace the possible error.
a.
right-click
c.
double-click
b.
left-click
d.
highlight
 

 18. 

If a word appears twice in a row, the ____ will be underlined with a red, wavy underline.
a.
first word
c.
entire sentence
b.
second word
d.
entire paragraph
 

 19. 

The Spelling and Grammar dialog box option for spelling errors called ____ leaves all instances of the word untouched in the document and jumps to the next flagged error.
a.
Ignore Once
c.
Options
b.
Ignore All
d.
Change All
 

 20. 

You can also look up a word in the Thesaurus or dictionary by right-clicking a selected word and choosing ____ on the shortcut menu.
a.
Synonyms
c.
Find
b.
Search
d.
Help
 

 21. 

If you are writing a paper that includes mathematical equations, you can insert mathematical symbols and equations using the ____ button in the Symbols group.
a.
Equation
c.
Arithmetic
b.
Math
d.
Calculus
 
 
FIGURE WD 3-1

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 22. 

When a contextual spelling error is detected, the dialog box that appears is the same as the one shown in Figure WD 3-1 above, but only the Change and ____ commands are available.
a.
Ignore Once
c.
Change All
b.
Ignore All
d.
Auto Correct
 

 23. 

In Figure WD 3-1 above, the Spelling and Grammar dialog box gave you the suggested spelling of “Employs.” As a next step, you would ____.
a.
Scroll down to the word “Employees”
c.
Scroll down to the word “Employed”
b.
Accept this suggestion
d.
Scroll down to the word “Employer”
 
 
Case WD 3-2
Gabriel’s boss has asked him for some additional statistics on the paper he wrote to introduce a new product. He is exploring the options and commands for correcting spelling and grammar to learn the features.
 

 24. 

To determine the reading level of the document, which option would Gabriel choose?
a.
Show readability statistics
c.
Check grammar with spelling
b.
Use contextual spelling
d.
Settings
 

 25. 

Gabriel wants to run through his document one last time, and wants to reset the spelling and grammar checker so that words he chose to ignore will be flagged again.  Which option should he choose?
a.
Reset Document
c.
Writing Style
b.
Recheck Document
d.
Settings
 

Matching
 
 
Identify the letter of the choice that best matches the phrase or definition.
a.
Explain
b.
Options
c.
Next Sentence
d.
Ignore Once
e.
Ignore Rule
 

 26. 

Opens the Proofing section in the Word Options dialog box to allow you to change default spelling and grammar check settings.
 

 27. 

Leaves all instances of errors that violate the identified grammar rule untouched and jumps to the next flagged error.
 

 28. 

Leaves the flagged error untouched and jumps to the next flagged error; changes to Resume if you click in the document to correct the error; and changes to Undo Edit if you correct a change in the top box.
 

 29. 

Leaves the flagged error untouched or changes the flagged error to the correction you type in the top box in the dialog box, and then jumps to the next flagged error.
 

 30. 

Opens a Word Help window with an explanation of the grammar or style rule being applied.
 



 
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