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Office Skills - Basic Microsoft Word Test (2003)



If you open an existing Word document, make extensive changes to it, and then close it by selecting File/Close from the Main Menu, a window opens asking you if you want to save the changes to the document. If you choose Yes to save the changes, how does W

Word saves all the changes you made to the document and closes the document.

Word saves only the most recent changes you made to the document. The original information that was in the document when you opened it is not saved. Then Word closes the document.

Word saves all the changes you made within the last hour, but discards older changes. Word then closes the document.


When you start the spell and grammar checking process, the Spelling and Grammar window opens. If there is a spelling or grammar mistake in a sentence, the sentence is displayed in the Spelling and Grammar window. Misspelled words are highlighted in red an

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One method to apply a style to text in a document is to first select (highlight) the text. Then click on one of the styles listed in the Styles and Formatting pane.

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Let's say your document is five pages long and you only want to print the first two pages. If you use the Word Print window, you can select the Pages check box and enter the pages you want to print in the Pages box.

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How can you start Word's spelling and grammar checker using the Standard toolbar?

Click on the Spelling and Grammar icon in the Standard toolbar. (The Spelling and Grammar icon is made up of the letters ABC and a blue check mark.)

Use the Copy and Paste icons on the Standard toolbar to copy and paste the text you want to spell check into the Clipboard. Word will automatically check the spelling of the text in the clipboard, correct the all misspelled words, and copy the corrected t

Click on the Spelling and Grammar icon in the Standard toolbar. (The Spelling and Grammar icon is made up of the letters ABC and a blue check mark.)


Name some of the formatting information that can be included in a style?

Font, font size, font color, and paper size

Font, font size, font color, line spacing, and paragraph alignment

Paragraph alignment, text underlining, and page orientation (landscape versus portrait)


Is it possible to make the following formatting changes to a paragraph: indent the first line, align the paragraph to the right margin, and change the spacing between the lines?

No

Yes


There are two main options for opening a Word document: you can select File/New or File/Open from the main Menu Bar. If you select File/Open, how does Word respond?

A directory opens where you can select a Word template.

The last file you worked on opens in "full screen reading" mode.

Word displays the Open window. The Open window lists documents you can click on to open. It also lists directories you can navigate to find and open a document. You normally use the File/Open command to open an existing document.


At the bottom of the Styles and Formatting task pane there is a box call Show with a pull down menu. The menu items include: Available styles, Styles in use, All styles, and Custom. If you were to select Styles in use, which styles would you see listed in

All the styles available in the template and which can be used in the document.

All the styles available in the template and which can be used in the document.

Only the styles that are currently applied in the document.


When you want to open a previously opened file, you can save time by using a "recent document" list rather than navigating to the directory where the file is located. Where can you find one of several "recent document" lists?

Select File/File Search from the Main Menu and a list of recently opened documents is displayed in the pull down menu.

Select File/Open from the Main Menu and the Open window is displayed. On the left-hand side of the window you can find an icon labeled My Recent Documents. Clicking on this icon will display a list of recently opened documents.

Select File/New from the Main Menu and a list of recently opened documents is displayed in the pull down menu.