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3.3 Formatting

3.3.1 Text Formatting

  1. Which of the following statements regarding fonts and font size are true? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Choosing a font from the Font control on the Formatting toolbar changes the font for the entire document.

    2. Choose Font from the Format menu, and then select a font item from the Font list to change the font for the entire document.

    3. To change the font or font size for existing text, you must select the text first.

    4. The Font and Font Size controls let you quickly reset the font and the font size, respectively.

  2. The Bold, Italics, and Underline tools work as toggle switches. Click the tool, type the text you want to be bold, italicized, or underlined, and then click the tool to turn it off.

    1. True

    2. False

  3. Subscript and superscript formatting is applied at the font level.

    1. True

    2. False

  4. Match the following set of instructions with the appropriate result in regards to applying superscript and subscript formatting.

    1. Select text, choose Font from the Format menu, check Superscript, and click OK.

    2. Choose Font from the Format menu, check Subscript, and click OK. Then, type the value 1.

    3. Choose Font from the Format menu, check Superscript, click OK, and type the character o.

    4. Enter and then highlight the character o. Choose Font from the Format menu, check Superscript, and click OK.

    5. Applies Superscript to just the o character: o

    6. Applies Subscript to the value 1 (1) and any other subsequent characters

    7. Applies Superscript to the letter o (o) and any subsequent characters

    8. Applies Superscript to just the selected text

  5. The Shift+F3 keystroke combination cycles through which of the following letter case styles? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Mixed case

    2. Proper case (or Title case)

    3. Uppercase

    4. Lowercase

  6. You're sending overdue fee notices to club members and you want the outstanding amount to really stand out. You decide to print the amount in red. How do you accomplish this? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Select Font from the Format menu, choose the color from the Font Color control, and click OK. Then, enter the amount and repeat the steps except select Automatic to turn off the selected color.

    2. Choose Color from the Format menu, select the color, and click OK. Then, enter the amount.

    3. Select the amount, choose Color from the Format menu, select the color, and click OK.

    4. Select the amount, open the Font Color control's drop-down list, and select a color option.

  7. You use Format Painter to copy multiple formatting attributes from one block of text to another. This tool copies all of the source block's formats.

    1. True

    2. False

  8. A style represents a set of formats that you can quickly apply at one time. How do you apply a style? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Select the text and choose the appropriate style item from the Style control's drop-down list.

    2. Select the text; then choose Style from the Format menu and select a style from the Styles list and click Apply.

    3. Select a style from the Style control's drop-down list to change the style for subsequent text.

    4. Select text, right-click the selection, choose Styles, and then select one from the resulting list.

  9. Word's Hyphenation feature automatically hyphenates text at the right margin because this feature is turned on by default. If you don't want Word to hyphenate text, you must turn it off.

    1. True

    2. False

3.3.2 Paragraph Formatting

  1. What's the best definition of a paragraph mark?

    1. An automatic character that represents a hard return

    2. The space character at the end of any line that doesn't automatically wrap to the next line

    3. A nonprintable character that determines the end of a paragraph

    4. The character inserted when you press Enter at the end of one line to force text to the next line

  2. How is a soft carriage return or line break similar to a paragraph mark?

    1. You enter both by pressing Ctrl+Enter.

    2. The software automatically enters both as text wraps from one line to the next.

    3. Both a paragraph mark and a soft carriage return force text to the next line.

    4. Entering either creates a paragraph break.

  3. How are the paragraph mark and soft carriage return different from one another? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Press Enter to manually insert a paragraph mark; press Shift+Enter to manually insert a soft carriage return. The latter will force text to the next line, but Word won't interpret the code as a paragraph mark.

    2. The soft carriage return wraps text to the next line at the right margin; the paragraph mark forces text to the next line regardless of the cursor's position, unless you manually enter a soft carriage return.

    3. Word won't enter a paragraph mark automatically; the software enters the soft carriage return automatically as you enter text.

    4. Delete a soft carriage return by deleting the last space at the end of a line; delete a paragraph mark by deleting the paragraph mark—which may or may not be the last space at the end of the line.

  4. You want the name and address at the top of your résumé to be flush to the right margin. What do you do? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Select the name and address and click the Justify tool.

    2. Select the name and address and click the Align Right tool.

    3. Click the Align Right tool, enter your name and address, press Enter, and then click the Align Right tool.

    4. Click the Align Right tool and then enter your name and address.

  5. How do you indent both the right and left margins for a short section of text?

    1. Position the cursor inside the paragraph, choose Paragraph from the Format menu, and then enter a Left and Right Indent value, accordingly.

    2. Position the cursor at the beginning of the paragraph and press Tab.

    3. At the left margin, press Tab and then enter the text.

    4. Position the cursor inside the paragraph and then click both the Decrease Indent and Increase Indent tools.

  6. You want to double-space the first two lines of a paragraph. What do you do?

    1. Position the cursor in the paragraph and choose Paragraph from the Format menu and then select Double from the Line Spacing control's drop-down list.

    2. Select the entire document and choose Paragraph from the Format menu and then select Double from the Line Spacing control's drop-down list.

    3. You can't double-space only part of a paragraph.

    4. After typing the paragraph, position the cursor at the end of the first line and press Enter. Repeat as necessary.

  7. Leading is a document-level format that refers to the space above and below the footer and header in a document.

    1. True

    2. False

  8. Match each tab type to the most appropriate description.

    1. Left

    2. Right

    3. Center

    4. Decimal

    5. The tab mark sets the right margin, with text flowing to the left.

    6. The tab mark aligns decimal values by the decimal character.

    7. The tab mark sets the left margin, with text flowing to the right.

    8. The tab mark identifies the center of the text. Consequently, text flows to either side of the actual tab.

  9. Bullets and numbered lists must be added as you type the text. You can't add bullets or number a list after entering the text.

    1. True

    2. False

  10. Word is very versatile and offers a number of bullet points and list-numbering options. Which of the following are true in regards to bullet points and list numbering? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Word offers a variety of bullet-point styles.

    2. You can restart the numbering scheme in the same list.

    3. Bullets and numbered lists are considered a paragraph-level format.

    4. Right-click anywhere in a bulleted or numbered list to access bullet and list options.

  11. You position the cursor inside a paragraph and then choose Top Border from the Border control's drop-down list. In addition, you choose Gray – 15% from the Fill option on the Shading tab after choosing Borders and Shading from the Format menu. Which of the following best describes the results?

    1. The paragraph has a light gray background and a line at the bottom.

    2. The paragraph has a dark gray background and a line at the top.

    3. The paragraph is enclosed by a border on all four sides and the background is light gray.

    4. The paragraph has a light gray background and a line at the top.

3.3.3 Document Formatting

  1. You change the document orientation to Landscape and change the paper size to 4x6. What might you be printing? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Party invitations

    2. Postcards

    3. Addresses on business-size envelopes

    4. Pictures

  2. What is the default margin for a Word document?

    1. Top and bottom are 1 inch; right and left are 1.5 inches.

    2. Top, bottom, right, and left are all 1 inch.

    3. Top and bottom are 1.5 inches; right and left are 1 inch.

    4. Top, bottom, right, and left are all 1.5 inches.

  3. You want to force text to the next page, but you're not at the bottom of the page. What do you do? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Press Shift+Enter.

    2. Press Enter as many times as necessary to reach the first line of the next page.

    3. Press Ctrl+Enter.

    4. Choose Break from the Insert menu.

  4. The header and footer are predefined sections at the top and bottom of each page that, by default, are enabled. You must disable them to reclaim that section.

    1. True

    2. False

  5. Using the Insert AutoText control in the header/footer section, you can insert information about the document. These options include which of the following? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. The document's author

    2. The text Created by with the document's author

    3. The date

    4. The text Created on with the document's creation date

    5. The file's location

  6. In the footer section, you do the following: type Page Number, click the Insert Page Number tool, enter a space character (_), type of , and click the Insert Number of Pages tool. What's the result?

    1. Page Number x of total y

    2. Page Number x of y

    3. x of y pages

    4. Page Number x of y pages

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