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3.4 Objects

3.4.1 Tables

  1. What's the quickest way to add a table to a document?

    1. Click the Insert Table tool on the Standard toolbar.

    2. Click the Insert Table tool on the Standard toolbar and select the appropriate number of columns and rows.

    3. Enter the table text, select it, and then choose Insert from the Table menu.

    4. Select Insert from the Table menu, enter the appropriate number of rows and columns, and click OK.

  2. To move from one cell to another in a table, press what key or keys?

    1. Enter

    2. Ctrl+Enter

    3. Ctrl+Tab

    4. Tab

  3. The Table menu's Select command provides an easy way to select which table components?

    1. The entire table

    2. The column to the right or left of the cursor

    3. The row above or below the cursor

    4. The current row, column, or cell

  4. A table has the following four columns, from left to right, respectively: 1st Quarter, 2nd Quarter, 3rd Quarter, and 4th Quarter. Working inside the 2nd Quarter column, you select Insert from the Table command, and then choose Columns to the Right. What's the result?

    1. A new column between 1st Quarter and 2nd Quarter

    2. A new column between 2nd Quarter and 3rd Quarter

    3. A new column to the left of 2nd Quarter

    4. A new column between 3rd Quarter and 4th Quarter

  5. Match the Table AutoFit options with the appropriate description.

    1. AutoFit to Contents

    2. AutoFit to Window

    3. Fixed Column Width

    4. Distribute Rows Evenly

    5. Distribute Columns Evenly

    6. Each column is the same, defined width

    7. Column adjusts to accommodate the largest item in the column

    8. Resets all columns to the same size

    9. Table adjusts to fit within the current section's right and left margins

    10. Resets all rows to the same size

  6. You want to print the table's borders along with its contents. Which of the following border components can you customize? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Cell border style

    2. Cell border width

    3. Cell border color

    4. Horizontal Line

  7. You can shade all the cells in a table, a specific column(s), or row(s), but you can't shade individual cells.

    1. True

    2. False

3.4.2 Pictures, Images, Charts

  1. Word supports extraneous graphic files known as pictures, images, and charts. To insert one of these files, you should do what?

    1. Choose Picture from the Insert menu and then identify the type of file.

    2. Choose Graphic from the Insert menu and then identify the type of file.

    3. Click the Insert Graphic tool on the Standard toolbar.

    4. Word doesn't support graphics.

  2. Selecting a graphic file—a picture, image, or chart—displays a broken marquee border around the image.

    1. True

    2. False

  3. You want to include the same small icon-type graphic file at the beginning of select paragraphs in a document. What do you do? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Insert the file each time it's needed.

    2. Copy the file to the Clipboard and then use the Paste command or the Ctrl+V keystroke combination to paste it as needed.

    3. Insert the graphic into a dummy document and then return to that document as needed to copy the file to the Clipboard.

    4. After inserting the graphic into your document, copy that file to a dummy document and then return to the dummy file as needed to copy the file to the Clipboard.

  4. After selecting a graphic file, you press Ctrl+X. Then, you move to another document, position the cursor, and press Ctrl+V. What is the result?

    1. You copied the graphic file from the first document to the second. Both files contain the graphic file.

    2. Nothing—you just wasted some time and effort.

    3. You moved the graphic file from the first document to the second. The file is in the second document but no longer in the first.

    4. You deleted the file from the first document, but you can't copy a graphic to the Clipboard, so the Ctrl+V keystroke combination isn't successful in copying the file to the second file. Neither file contains the graphic file.

  5. How do you proportionally increase the width and height of an image file? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Right-click the image file and choose Stretch. Then, enter a percentage value by which you want to increase (or decrease) the image.

    2. Select the image file and choose Picture from the Format menu. Then, click the Size tab, enter a percentage value in the Height or Width Scale control, make sure the Lock Aspect Ratio option is checked, and then click OK.

    3. Select the graphic file to display the selection handles. Then, grab and drag one of the corner handles until the image is the size you want.

    4. Word can't maintain proportional sizing.

  6. To delete a picture, image, or chart, just select it and then press the Delete key.

    1. True

    2. False

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