Bcms Class Final Exam Part I (2011)

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Bcms Class Final Exam Part I (2011) - Quiz


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  • 1. 

    In MS PowePoint, which key is used to stop a slide show?

    • A.

      F5

    • B.

      F1

    • C.

      Esc

    • D.

      Space bar

    Correct Answer
    C. Esc
    Explanation
    The key "Esc" is used to stop a slide show in MS PowerPoint. This key is commonly used as a shortcut to exit or cancel various functions in computer programs. In the context of PowerPoint, pressing the "Esc" key allows the user to quickly stop the slide show and return to the normal editing mode.

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  • 2. 

    In order to insert a picture from internet into a MS Word document, we have to

    • A.

      Download the picture

    • B.

      Close internet connection

    • C.

      Make a copy of the document

    • D.

      Reboot the computer

    Correct Answer
    A. Download the picture
    Explanation
    To insert a picture from the internet into a MS Word document, we need to download the picture. This is because the picture needs to be saved on the computer before it can be inserted into the document. Once the picture is downloaded, we can then easily insert it into the MS Word document using the appropriate tools and options provided by the software.

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  • 3. 

    To change the height of a row in MS Excel, we first

    • A.

      Type some text

    • B.

      Type some numbers

    • C.

      Right click a cell

    • D.

      Highlight the row

    Correct Answer
    D. Highlight the row
    Explanation
    To change the height of a row in MS Excel, we need to highlight the row. By highlighting the row, we can then adjust the height by dragging the row border or by right-clicking on the row and selecting the "Row Height" option. This allows us to customize the height of the row according to our preference, ensuring that the data in the row is displayed properly.

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  • 4. 

    In MS Word, to insert WordArt we go to

    • A.

      Vew - Zoom...

    • B.

      Tools - Macro...

    • C.

      Format - Font...

    • D.

      Insert - Picture...

    Correct Answer
    D. Insert - Picture...
    Explanation
    To insert WordArt in MS Word, we need to go to the "Insert" tab and select "Picture". This option allows us to insert various types of pictures, including WordArt, into the document. The other options mentioned in the question, such as "Vew - Zoom", "Tools - Macro", and "Format - Font", are not relevant to inserting WordArt.

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  • 5. 

    In MS Excel, each formula starts with

    • A.

      @

    • B.

      #

    • C.

      =

    • D.

      +

    Correct Answer
    C. =
    Explanation
    In MS Excel, each formula starts with the equals sign (=). This is because the equals sign is used to indicate that the following characters are part of a formula and not regular text. By starting a formula with the equals sign, Excel recognizes that the user wants to perform a calculation or function and will evaluate the expression accordingly.

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  • 6. 

    In PowerPoint, what is the effect added to slides as they change from one to another?

    • A.

      Transition

    • B.

      Animation

    • C.

      Alignment

    • D.

      Timings

    Correct Answer
    B. Animation
    Explanation
    In PowerPoint, the effect added to slides as they change from one to another is called animation. Animation allows users to add visual effects such as movement, fading, or sliding to individual elements on a slide, making the presentation more engaging and dynamic. Transitions, on the other hand, refer to the effects applied to the entire slide when transitioning from one slide to another. Alignment and timings are not directly related to the effect added to slides in PowerPoint.

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  • 7. 

    In MS Excel, if a cell was formatted as "currency", it always

    • A.

      Shows 2 decimal places

    • B.

      Shows a point and 2 zeros at the right of a numer

    • C.

      Shows the word "currency"

    • D.

      Shows a $ in front of a number

    Correct Answer
    D. Shows a $ in front of a number
    Explanation
    When a cell is formatted as "currency" in MS Excel, it will display a dollar sign ($) in front of the number. This formatting is commonly used to represent monetary values in spreadsheets. The dollar sign indicates that the value in the cell is a currency amount.

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  • 8. 

    In MS Excel, to multiply a number in cell A7 by a number in C7 we use a formula

    • A.

      B7=A7*C7

    • B.

      A7*C7

    • C.

      =A7*C7

    • D.

      A7=C7

    Correct Answer
    C. =A7*C7
    Explanation
    The correct answer is =A7*C7. This is because in MS Excel, to multiply two numbers, we use the * symbol as the multiplication operator. Therefore, the formula =A7*C7 will multiply the number in cell A7 by the number in cell C7 and store the result in cell B7.

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  • 9. 

    . What is a single screen in a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation called?

    • A.

      A slide

    • B.

      A space

    • C.

      A cell

    • D.

      A worksheet

    Correct Answer
    A. A slide
    Explanation
    A single screen in a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation is called a slide. It is a visual representation that contains text, images, and other multimedia elements. Slides are used to convey information and create a cohesive narrative in a presentation. They can be customized with various layouts, themes, and animations to enhance the visual appeal and engagement of the audience.

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  • 10. 

    In MS Excel, to spread a formula along a column, we use

    • A.

      AutoSum

    • B.

      AutoFill

    • C.

      AutoFix

    • D.

      AutoSpread

    Correct Answer
    B. AutoFill
    Explanation
    To spread a formula along a column in MS Excel, we use AutoFill. This feature allows us to quickly copy and paste a formula into adjacent cells, automatically adjusting the cell references. By dragging the fill handle of the selected cell, the formula is replicated in the desired range, saving time and effort in manually entering the formula in each cell. AutoFill is a convenient tool for populating a column with formulas based on a pattern or series.

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