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Microsoft Word 2010 Test Answers - Part 1

#1 Question:
To select vertical blocks of text, you would hold down which key while dragging the mouse?

Answer: Alt

#2 Question:
Why would you use content controls in a document?

Answer: All of the above

#3 Question:
Which of the following is NOT an option when inserting a Cross-reference?

Answer:  b. SmartArt

#4 Question:
If you want to create a citation and fill in the source information later, you should:

Answer:  b. add a placeholder.

#5 Question:
You are editing a shape using the Drawing Tools. Which among the following Shape Fill options in the Shape Styles group gives you control over the transparency for a shape?

Answer: a. Fill color, More Fill Colors


#6 Question:
Which of the following protects a document from changes in Microsoft Word 2010?

Answer:  b. Encrypt with Password 

#7 Question:
Microsoft Word 2010 has enabled ligatures for which of the following fonts?

Answer: Open Type fonts

8 Question:
With which chart type(s) is the "Depth Gridlines" option available?

Answer: b. Line chart

#9 Question:
On creating her two page resume, Emma finds the paragraph heading for her "Professional Achievements" paragraph is showing at the bottom of the first page, while the details are on the next page. To keep the paragraph heading as well as the paragraph text on the same page, and assuming there are no empty paragraph markers in the document and the widow/orphan option is turned on, Emma should click in the paragraph heading and select which option from the Paragraph group:

Answer: b. Keep with next

#10 Question:
My table heading row is not repeating on subsequent pages though I have properly set the header row to repeat. What is one problem that might be causing this behavior?

Answer: a. "Allow row to break across pages" is unchecked.

#11 Question:
Which among the following chart types do not have axes?

Answer:  c. Doughnut charts

#12 Question:
To insert a new citation to a specific book in a Microsoft Word 2010 document, you should select:

Answer:  b. References" >"Insert Citation" >"Add New Source. http://blog.microcentertech.com/2011/06/how-to-insert-citation-into-microsoft.html

#13 Question:
You need to email a picture to your co-workers, but the file is too large. Where on the Picture Tools ribbon would you find the option to minimize the file size for email sharing purposes:

Answer:  d. Picture Layout http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint-help/reduce-the-file-size-of-a-picture-HA010355854.aspx

#14 Question:
Using the Draw Table option, it is possible to split an existing table cell into two separate and distinct cells:

Answer:  a. horizontally http://www.tutorialspoint.com/word_2010/word_split_table.htm

#15 Question:
If I do not want the contents of one of my fields to automatically update, I would have to do which of the following?

Answer:  c. Make the field hidden.

#16 Question:

Sarah receives a company turnover summary in the form of an embedded Excel chart (as shown in the above image) in a Microsoft Word 2010 document from her boss. Her boss wants the chart to be sent over to the Public Relations department with a line in the chart showing the variations in the company's turnover, as well as a prediction for the next 2 years. The turnover values for each year also need to be sent separately in an Excel file. What should Linda do to achieve this in the shortest possible time?

    a. Take a screenshot of the chart and ask a designer to draw a line showing the trends. She can then type the data manually into an excel sheet.
    b. Import the chart into an Excel sheet and change the formatting of the chart to a line chart. She can then copy the corresponding fields into a separate Excel file and send it over.
    c. Change chart type to a line chart and type all the values into an Excel file.
    d. Use the Trendline feature to create a line showing the trends and copy the data from the Excel sheet field which opens up on clicking Edit Data.

Answer:  dont know

#17 Question:
If your table of contents is not hyperlinking when you click on the page number, what do you need to do?

Answer: d. Press Ctrl H.

#18 Question:
If a table cell is vertically split into two separate cells using the Draw Table option, any existing text in the cell will be split up and text will appear in both of the two newly created cells.

Answer:  b. False

#19 Question:

Which among the following options represents Legend entries in the given picture?

    a. A
    b. B
    c. C
    d. None of the above

Answer: c. C

#20 Question:
In Microsoft Word 2010, "Keep lines together" paragraph formatting:

Answer: c. does not work for paragraphs within a table if "Allow row to break across pages" is also selected.

#21 Question:
Applying a theme to your document affects all content except tables.

Answer: a. True

#22 Question:
Martha is preparing a trigonometry worksheet for her students. She wants to include the following example in the sheet. Which is the quickest way to achieve this?

Answer:  d. Click Equation on the Insert tab.

#23 Question:
What view must be used when inserting a subdocument?

Answer: c. Outline

#24 Question:
Which of the following is NOT a type of Section Break?

Answer: b. Linked

#25 Question:
What is the function of Widow/Orphan control in Microsoft Word 2010?

Answer: a. It is a feature that prevents single lines of paragraphs from appearing on a separate page from the rest of the paragraph.

3 comments:

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    1. thanks for your suggestion, and i will do it very soon

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