# MS Word 2007 Test For Students! Quiz

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One of the best ways you can properly understand something is to put to practice what you have learned during a given period. Previously we got to learn a lot about Microsoft word, its uses, tools, and history too. This quiz is created to evaluate if you learned from our whole week lessons. Give it a try and all the best!

• 1.

### To create a table the we need to click first the ________ tab.

• A.

Home

• B.

Insert

• C.

View

B. Insert
Explanation
To create a table, we need to click on the "insert" tab. This tab typically contains options for inserting various elements, such as tables, pictures, shapes, and charts, into a document or spreadsheet. Clicking on the "insert" tab allows users to access the necessary tools and features for creating a table. The "home" tab is usually used for basic formatting and editing tasks, while the "view" tab is used for changing the display settings of the document.

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• 2.

### We can create tables in how many ways?

• A.

4

• B.

8

• C.

2

A. 4
Explanation
There are four ways to create tables.

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• 3.

### This is the part of the table wherein you can type your data.

• A.

Cell

• B.

Boarder

• C.

A. Cell
Explanation
This question is asking for the correct term to describe a specific part of a table where data can be typed. The term "cell" accurately describes this part of the table as it refers to the individual rectangular areas within a table where data can be entered.

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• 4.

### To create a table you need to ________ the numbers of rows and columns.

• A.

Drag

• B.

Click

• C.

Highlight

C. Highlight
Explanation
To create a table, you need to highlight the numbers of rows and columns. This means that you need to select or mark the specific cells or areas on the screen that you want to include in the table. By highlighting the rows and columns, you are indicating to the software or program that you want those cells to be organized in a tabular format, creating a table. This action is typically done by clicking and dragging the cursor over the desired cells or by using a keyboard shortcut to select multiple cells at once.

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• 5.

### The tables composed of rows and _________.

• A.

Columns

• B.

Symbols

• C.

Clip art

A. Columns
Explanation
Tables are composed of rows and columns. Rows run horizontally across the table, while columns run vertically. Each cell in a table is formed by the intersection of a row and a column, creating a grid-like structure. Columns are used to organize and categorize data in a table, allowing for easy comparison and analysis.

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• 6.

### To re-size a picture we need to ______________ the corners.

• A.

Click and drag

• B.

Click and highlight

• C.

Click and rotate

A. Click and drag
Explanation
To resize a picture, we need to click and drag the corners. This means that we click on one of the corners of the picture and then drag it inwards or outwards to make the picture smaller or larger respectively. This action allows us to adjust the size of the picture according to our preferences or requirements.

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• 7.

### To move the picture around the document we need to select the _________ on the text wrapping menu.

• A.

Behind text

• B.

Tight

• C.

Drag

B. Tight
Explanation
To move the picture around the document, we need to select the "tight" option on the text wrapping menu. This option allows the picture to be positioned closely alongside the text, giving it a more integrated appearance within the document layout. By selecting "tight," the picture can be easily dragged and repositioned within the document, allowing for greater flexibility in its placement.

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• 8.

### Landscape and portraits are samples of orientation

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Landscape and portraits are indeed samples of orientation. Orientation refers to the direction in which an image or document is displayed or printed. Landscape orientation refers to a wider image or document that is horizontally oriented, while portrait orientation refers to a taller image or document that is vertically oriented. Therefore, the statement "Landscape and portraits are samples of orientation" is true.

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• 9.

### The shortcut keys for REDO is CTRL + Y.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement is true because the shortcut keys for redoing an action in most computer applications is indeed CTRL + Y. This combination allows the user to quickly undo an undo action and restore the previous state or action that was undone. This shortcut is commonly used in word processors, graphic design software, and many other applications where the ability to quickly redo an action is important for productivity and efficiency.

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• 10.

### CTRL + E, stands for EXIT.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement "CTRL + E stands for EXIT" is false. CTRL + E is a keyboard shortcut commonly used to move the cursor to the end of a line or document in various software applications. It does not necessarily represent the function of exiting or closing a program.

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