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Microsoft Word Lesson 6

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

 1. 

After you create columns, you might need to change the point at which a new column starts.
You can do this by inserting a table break.
 

 2. 

Sometimes a document can be more effective if the text is formatted in multiple columns.
 

 3. 

Borders around a paragraph draw a reader’s attention to the paragraph.
 

 4. 

Borders and shading add interest and emphasis to text, so you should use them as often as possible.
 

 5. 

To add shading to an entire page, in the Page Background group on the Page Layout tab, click the Shading button.
 

 6. 

In the Search for box, type a word or words that describe the type of clip art you wish to insert. These words are called clip art words.
 

 7. 

When you select a clip art image, the contextual tab called the Picture Tools Format tab appears.
 

 8. 

In the Align group, you can click the Recolor button, and then click a style to recolor the image all in one shade.
 

 9. 

In Word, pictures are graphic files stored on your computer.
 

 10. 

To fill the object with a different color, use the Shape Fill button on the contextual Format tab.
 

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

 11. 

To format only part of the document in columns without opening the Columns dialog box, select the paragraphs you want to format in columns. Then, click the ____ button in the Page Setup group on the Page Layout tab, and use any of the commands on this menu.
a.
Columns
c.
Page
b.
Document
d.
Table
 

 12. 

To specify the amount of space between the border and the text or edge of the page, click the ____ button on the Borders tab, or the Page Border tab in the Borders and Shading dialog box.
a.
Options
c.
Margins
b.
Space
d.
Border
 

 13. 

To insert clip art, click the Insert tab, and then, in the ____ group, click the Clip Art button.
a.
Pages
c.
Format
b.
Insert
d.
Illustrations
 

 14. 

The term ____ refers not only to drawn images, but also to photographs, movie clips, and sound files.
a.
illustrations
c.
clip art
b.
diagrams
d.
cropped art
 

 15. 

The squares and circles that appear on the selection rectangle are called ____.
a.
sizing handles
c.
moving handles
b.
rotation handles
d.
none of the above
 

 16. 

If you don’t want part of a graphic to appear in the document, you can ____ off the part you don’t want.
a.
crop
c.
select
b.
copy
d.
move
 

 17. 

If you use the ____ button in the Font group on the Home tab, you can apply the same effect as with the WordArt button, but the text is not placed in a text box.
a.
Text Effects
c.
Transform Text
b.
Text Styles
d.
Font Styles
 

 18. 

To change the object to a floating object that is positioned in a predetermined location on the page, click the Position button in the ____ group on the Format tab, and then click one of the options in the gallery under With Text Wrapping.
a.
Arrange
c.
Text
b.
Shapes
d.
Format
 

 19. 

You can change the line ____, or thickness, of lines or shape outlines in your drawing.
a.
weight
c.
depth
b.
shape
d.
contrast
 

 20. 

To create a SmartArt graphic, click the ____ tab, and then, in the Illustrations group, click the
SmartArt button.
a.
Insert
c.
View
b.
Format
d.
Page Layout
 

 21. 

____ is stylized text that is treated as an object.
a.
WordArt
c.
ClipArt
b.
SmartArt
d.
TextArt
 
 
FIGURE WD 6-1

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 22. 

In Figure WD 6-1 above, on the far right of the Ribbon, in the Size group, there are two figures. The figure 2.17” is the shape ____.
a.
height
c.
diameter
b.
width
d.
rotation setting
 

 23. 

In Figure WD 6-1 above, at the top of the flag photo (between the words Day and Parade), there is a perpendicular line with a green circle. This is the ____.
a.
sizing handle
c.
select handle
b.
rotate handle
d.
title handle
 
 
Case WD 6-1
Madison is creating a newsletter for her traveling soccer team with highlights from the past weekend’s games, tips, and a schedule for the next weekend.
 

 24. 

Madison is deciding on a layout and notices that there are some standard layouts listed when she clicks the Columns button on the Ribbon.  If she chooses the options marked “One,” “Two,” or “Three” the columns will be ____.
a.
of equal width
c.
of variable width
b.
of custom width
d.
balanced
 
 
Case WD 6-2
Cole is working on putting together a flyer for a local art show that he is coordinating.
 

 25. 

Cole places clip art of a door on the cover of the flyer, with the word “Welcome.”  He notices that the door is a little too big, and wants to change its size proportionately. Cole would ____.
a.
drag a corner sizing handle
c.
either a. or b.
b.
drag a side sizing handle
d.
neither a. nor b.
 

Matching
 
 
Identify the letter of the choice that best matches the phrase or definition.
a.
Pull quote
b.
Aspect ratio
c.
Floating object
d.
Sidebar
e.
Inline object
 

 26. 

The relationship of an object’s height to its width.
 

 27. 

Text that does not appear in a document but adds extra information for the reader and is set off in a text box.
 

 28. 

An object that is inserted into text and then treated as if it were a character in a line of text.
 

 29. 

Text copied from the document and set off in a text box.
 

 30. 

An object that acts as if it is sitting on a separate layer on the page.
 



 
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