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The computer concepts course is designed to aim at providing a basic level IT Literacy program for the common man. This helps the common man to maintain their accounts using computers. How ready are you to sit for it? Take the quiz below and get to find out. All the best!

• 1.

Which function calculates the largest value in a set of numbers?

• A.

Average

• B.

Count

• C.

Minimum

• D.

Maximum

D. Maximum
Explanation
The maximum function is used to determine the largest value in a set of numbers. It compares each number in the set and returns the highest value. This function is commonly used in various mathematical and programming contexts where finding the maximum value is required.

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• 2.

What do you use to create a chart?

• A.

Pie Wizard

• B.

Excel Wizard

• C.

Data Wizard

• D.

Chart Wizard

D. Chart Wizard
Explanation
The correct answer is Chart Wizard because it is a tool or feature commonly used in various software applications, such as Microsoft Excel, to create charts or graphs. The Chart Wizard guides users through the process of selecting data, choosing the chart type, customizing the appearance, and adding titles or labels. It simplifies the chart creation process by providing step-by-step instructions and options, making it easier for users to visualize and analyze their data.

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• 3.

What displays the content of the active cell?

• A.

Name box

• B.

• C.

Formula bar

• D.

C. Formula bar
Explanation
The formula bar displays the content of the active cell. It is located above the worksheet and shows the contents of the selected cell, including any formulas or data entered. It allows users to view and edit the contents of the cell easily.

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• 4.

By default, your documents print in _mode.

• A.

Landscape

• B.

Portrait

• C.

Page Setup

• D.

Print View

B. Portrait
Explanation
By default, documents are set to print in portrait mode. This means that the document will be printed with the longer side of the paper running vertically. Portrait mode is commonly used for documents that are primarily text-based or have a vertical orientation, such as letters, reports, or essays. Landscape mode, on the other hand, is used when the document has a horizontal orientation, such as for wide tables, charts, or images. Page Setup and Print View are options or settings that can be used to modify the printing preferences, but the default mode is portrait.

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• 5.

What is the best way to have a data and the slide number appear on every slide ?

• A.

Choose Tools, Header and Footer, click Slide tab, select the desired options, click Apply to All

• B.

Choose Insert, Header and Footer, click Slide tab, select the desired options, click Apply to All

• C.

Chouse View, Header and Footer, click Slide tab, select the desired options, click Apply to All

• D.

Choose File, Header and Footer, click Slide tab, select the desired options, click Apply to All

B. Choose Insert, Header and Footer, click Slide tab, select the desired options, click Apply to All
Explanation
To have a data and slide number appear on every slide, the best way is to choose Insert, Header and Footer, click the Slide tab, select the desired options, and click Apply to All. This option allows you to customize the header and footer settings for all slides in the presentation, ensuring that the data and slide number are consistently displayed throughout the entire presentation.

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• 6.

To move to the bottom of a document, press _.

• A.

Insert key

• B.

Home key

• C.

Ctrl key + End key

• D.

End key

C. Ctrl key + End key
Explanation
To move to the bottom of a document, pressing the Ctrl key and the End key simultaneously is the correct answer. This key combination is commonly used in many text editing programs and word processors to quickly navigate to the end of a document. By pressing these keys, the cursor will jump directly to the last line or page of the document, saving time and effort compared to scrolling manually.

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• 7.

Which one of the following four words is odd?

• A.

Application

• B.

Peripheral

• C.

Programme

• D.

Software

B. Peripheral
Explanation
The word "Peripheral" is the odd one out because it refers to a device or component that is external or auxiliary to a computer system, while the other three words (Application, Programme, Software) are all related to computer programs or software.

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• 8.

If formation of computer, the hardwares..........are used.

• A.

Monitor, Central Processing Unit (CPU), Keyboard, Mouse, Software and Network

• B.

Monitor, Central Processing Unit (CPU), Keyboard, Mouse Programme and Network

• C.

Monitor, Central Processing Unit (CPU), Keyboard, Mouse, Printer and Modem

• D.

Monitor, Central Processing Unit (CPU), Keyboard, Mouse, Application and Network

C. Monitor, Central Processing Unit (CPU), Keyboard, Mouse, Printer and Modem
Explanation
The correct answer includes the components typically used in the formation of a computer system. The monitor is the display device, the CPU is the central processing unit responsible for executing instructions, the keyboard and mouse are input devices, the printer is an output device used for producing hard copies of documents, and the modem is used for connecting to a network.

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• 9.

In page preview mode

• A.

You can see all pages of your document

• B.

You can only see the page you are currently working

• C.

You can only see pages that do not contain graphics

• D.

You can only see the title page of your document

A. You can see all pages of your document
Explanation
In page preview mode, you are able to see all pages of your document. This allows you to get an overview of the entire document and check for any formatting or layout issues. It is a useful feature when you want to review the document as a whole before finalizing it.

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• 10.

A CPU contains

• A.

A card reader and a printing device

• B.

An analytical engine and a control unit

• C.

A control unit and an arithmetic logic unit

• D.

An arithmetic logic unit and a card reader

C. A control unit and an arithmetic logic unit
Explanation
A CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is the main component of a computer system responsible for executing instructions and performing calculations. It consists of various components, including a control unit and an arithmetic logic unit (ALU). The control unit manages and coordinates the activities of the CPU, while the ALU performs arithmetic and logical operations. Therefore, the correct answer is that a CPU contains a control unit and an arithmetic logic unit.

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• 11.

Which of the following controls the process of interaction between the user and the operating system?

• A.

User interface

• B.

Language translator

• C.

Platform

• D.

Screen saver

A. User interface
Explanation
The user interface controls the process of interaction between the user and the operating system. It provides a way for the user to communicate with the computer and access its features and functions. The user interface includes elements such as menus, buttons, icons, and windows that allow the user to input commands, navigate through the system, and receive feedback from the computer. It acts as a bridge between the user and the underlying operating system, enabling the user to interact with the system in a user-friendly and intuitive manner.

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• 12.

You will work on which groupings, while formatting the text in word?

• A.

Table, paragraph and index

• B.

Paragraph, index and section

• C.

Character, paragraph and section

• D.

Index, character and table

B. Paragraph, index and section
Explanation
When formatting text in Word, you will primarily work on grouping paragraphs, creating an index, and organizing content into different sections. These are essential elements of formatting and structuring a document in Word.

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• 13.

When you want to move some text from one page to a different page, the best method is

• A.

Drag and drop

• B.

Cut and paste

• C.

Delete and retype

• D.

Find and replace

B. Cut and paste
Explanation
Cut and paste is the best method to move text from one page to a different page. This involves selecting the text, cutting it from its original location, and then pasting it onto the desired page. This method ensures that the text is moved accurately without any loss or duplication. Drag and drop may work for moving text within the same page, but when moving to a different page, cut and paste is more efficient. Delete and retype is not suitable as it involves deleting the original text and retyping it, which can be time-consuming and prone to errors. Find and replace is used to replace specific text with another, not for moving text between pages.

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• 14.

The first computers were programmed using

• A.

Assembly language

• B.

Machine language

• C.

Source code

• D.

Object code

B. Machine language
Explanation
The first computers were programmed using machine language. Machine language is a low-level programming language that directly communicates with the computer's hardware. It consists of binary code that the computer can understand and execute. Unlike higher-level languages, machine language does not require a translator or compiler to convert the code into a format that the computer can understand. Instead, programmers had to manually write instructions in machine language, which made programming a tedious and error-prone task.

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• 15.

How many are the margins on page?

• A.

Two (header and footer)

• B.

Four (Upper, lower, right, left)

• C.

Two (Landscape, portrait)

• D.

Two (Upper and lower)

B. Four (Upper, lower, right, left)
Explanation
The correct answer is four (upper, lower, right, left) because margins are the blank spaces around the content on a page. In most word processing and page layout programs, there are options to set the size of the margins on all four sides of the page. The upper and lower margins determine the distance between the content and the top and bottom edges of the page, while the right and left margins determine the distance between the content and the right and left edges of the page.

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• 16.

An is a combination of hardware and software that facilitates the sharing of information between computing devices.

• A.

Network

• B.

Peripheral

• C.

Expansion board

• D.

Digital device

A. Network
Explanation
A network is a combination of hardware and software that facilitates the sharing of information between computing devices. It allows devices to connect and communicate with each other, enabling the transfer of data, resources, and services. Through a network, devices can share files, printers, and internet connections, making it easier for users to collaborate, access information, and communicate effectively.

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• 17.

The settings are automatic and standard.

• A.

Icon

• B.

Default

• C.

CPU

• D.

Peripheral

B. Default
Explanation
The given statement suggests that the settings being referred to are both automatic and standard. The term "default" is commonly used to describe settings that are automatically applied when no other options are specified. Therefore, the correct answer is "default".

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• 18.

Coded entries which are used to gain access to a computer system are called

• A.

Entry codes

• B.

• C.

Security commands

• D.

Code words

Explanation
The correct answer is "Passwords". Passwords are coded entries used to gain access to a computer system. They provide a level of security by requiring users to enter a specific combination of characters that only they should know. This helps prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information and protects the system from potential threats.

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• 19.

To view information on the web you must have a

• A.

Cable modem

• B.

Web browser

• C.

Domain Name Server

• D.

Hypertext viewer

B. Web browser
Explanation
A web browser is required to view information on the web. It is a software application that allows users to access and navigate websites, displaying the content in a readable format. Without a web browser, one cannot access or view web pages, as it acts as the interface between the user and the internet. A cable modem, Domain Name Server (DNS), and hypertext viewer are not directly responsible for viewing web information, making them incorrect choices.

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• 20.

Which of the following commands is given to reboot the computer?

• A.

Ctrl + Alt + Del

• B.

Ctrl + Shift + ?

• C.

Ctrl + Shift + Del

• D.

Ctrl +Alt + shift

A. Ctrl + Alt + Del
Explanation
Ctrl + Alt + Del is the correct command given to reboot the computer. This key combination is commonly known as the "three-finger salute" and is used to initiate a soft reboot or bring up the task manager in Windows operating systems. It allows the user to quickly restart the computer or access options to close unresponsive programs.

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• 21.

By default, your documents print in _ mode.

• A.

Landscape

• B.

Portrait

• C.

Page Setup

• D.

Print View

B. Portrait
Explanation
By default, documents are set to print in portrait mode. Portrait mode refers to the orientation of the document where the height is greater than the width. This is the most common orientation for printing documents as it is suitable for reading and displaying text-based content. Landscape mode, on the other hand, refers to the orientation where the width is greater than the height and is typically used for printing graphics or wide tables. Page Setup and Print View are not modes of printing, but rather options or settings related to the printing process.

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• 22.

To find and load a file that has been saved _.

• A.

Select the Close command

• B.

Select the New command

• C.

Select the Save command

• D.

Select the Open command

D. Select the Open command
Explanation
To find and load a file that has been saved, you need to select the Open command. This command allows you to browse through your computer's file system and locate the specific file that you want to load. Once you select the file, it will be opened and ready for you to work on or view its contents.

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• 23.

Which function calculates the largest value in a set of numbers?

• A.

Average

• B.

Count

• C.

Minimum

• D.

Maximum

D. Maximum
Explanation
The maximum function is used to calculate the largest value in a set of numbers. It compares each number in the set and returns the highest value. This function is commonly used in programming and data analysis to find the maximum value among a collection of data points.

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• 24.

Which of the following statements is true ?

• A.

Minicomputer works faster than Microcomputer

• B.

Microcomputer works faster than Minicomputer

• C.

Speed of both the computers is the same

• D.

The speeds of both these computers cannot be compared with the speed of advanced computer

A. Minicomputer works faster than Microcomputer
• 25.

Selection of command

• A.

Opens the copy of the document in preview

• B.

Prints the copy of displayed document

• C.

Brings change in expansion of displayed document

• D.

Saves the copy of displayed document

C. Brings change in expansion of displayed document
Explanation
The correct answer is "Brings change in expansion of displayed document". This command likely refers to a feature that allows the user to adjust the zoom level or the size of the displayed document. By using this command, the user can make the document appear larger or smaller on the screen, which can be helpful for viewing or editing purposes. This command does not open a preview, print, or save the document, as stated in the other options.

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• 26.

You organize files by storing them in

• A.

Archives

• B.

Folders

• C.

Indexes

• D.

Lists

B. Folders
Explanation
Files are typically organized and stored in folders, which act as containers for grouping related files together. Folders help to maintain a hierarchical structure, allowing for easy navigation and access to specific files. Archives refer to a compressed file format used for storing multiple files together, but it is not the primary method of organizing files. Indexes and lists can be used to keep track of files, but they are not the actual containers for storing files. Therefore, the correct answer is folders.

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• 27.

How many different documents can you have open at any one time ?

• A.

No more than three

• B.

Only one

• C.

As many as your computer memory will hold

• D.

No more than you taskbar can display

C. As many as your computer memory will hold
Explanation
The correct answer is "As many as your computer memory will hold." This means that the number of different documents that can be open at any one time is limited by the amount of memory available on the computer. The more memory the computer has, the more documents can be opened simultaneously.

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• 28.

What type of resource is most likely to be a shared common resource in a computer network?

• A.

Printers

• B.

Speakers

• C.

Floppy disk drives

• D.

Keyboards

A. Printers
Explanation
Printers are most likely to be a shared common resource in a computer network. This is because multiple users in a network can send print jobs to a printer and access it remotely. By sharing a printer, users can save costs and resources by using a single printer instead of having individual printers for each user. Additionally, sharing a printer allows for better efficiency and convenience in a networked environment.

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• 29.

Directory in directory is called

• A.

Mini directory

• B.

Junior directory

• C.

Part directory

• D.

Sub-directory

D. Sub-directory
Explanation
A directory in a directory is called a sub-directory. This term is commonly used in computer file systems to refer to a folder that is located within another folder. The concept of sub-directories allows for a hierarchical organization of files and folders, making it easier to manage and navigate through a large number of files.

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• 30.

Such a pre-made document, which has coordinating font, layout and background, is

• A.

Guide

• B.

Model

• C.

Ruler

• D.

Template

D. Template
Explanation
A template is a pre-made document that has coordinating font, layout, and background. It serves as a guide or model for creating similar documents. It provides a standardized format and structure, making it easier to create consistent and professional-looking documents.

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• 31.

In order to create columnar data in Word you need to

• A.

Tab consecutively until your cursor reaches the desired place

• B.

Set tabs or use the Table menu

• C.

You need to use Excel

• D.

None of these

D. None of these
Explanation
The given options do not provide the correct method to create columnar data in Word. Instead, to create columnar data in Word, you can use the "Columns" feature under the "Page Layout" tab. This allows you to select the number of columns you want and Word will automatically adjust the layout accordingly.

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• 32.

Saving is a process

• A.

To copy the document from memory to storage medium

• B.

To bring change in present status of the document

• C.

To change the face or entire form

• D.

To develop the document by recording the text with the use of keyboard

A. To copy the document from memory to storage medium
Explanation
The correct answer is "To copy the document from memory to storage medium." Saving refers to the process of transferring or copying a document from the computer's memory to a storage medium such as a hard drive, USB drive, or cloud storage. This ensures that the document is stored and can be accessed later.

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• 33.

To insert a word into the middle of a sentence

• A.

Move the cursor to the desired location in the sentence and type the new word

• B.

Move the cursor to the desired location in the sentence, press Enter key, and type the new word

• C.

Move the cursor to the beginning of the sentence and start typing

• D.

Retype the whole sentence

A. Move the cursor to the desired location in the sentence and type the new word
Explanation
To insert a word into the middle of a sentence, you need to move the cursor to the desired location in the sentence and then type the new word. This allows you to add the word without having to retype the whole sentence or start from the beginning. Pressing the Enter key and typing the new word would create a new line or paragraph, not insert the word into the sentence.

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• 34.

A(n) .............. is a combination of hardware and software that facilitates the sharing of information between computing devices.

• A.

Network

• B.

Peripheral

• C.

Expansion board

• D.

Digital device

A. Network
Explanation
A network is a combination of hardware and software that facilitates the sharing of information between computing devices. It allows devices to communicate and exchange data with each other, enabling users to access resources, such as files, printers, and internet connections, from different devices connected to the network. By connecting multiple devices together, a network enables efficient communication and collaboration among users, making it an essential tool in today's interconnected world.

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• 35.

In word you can force a page break

• A.

By positioning your cursor at the appropriate place and pressing the F1 key

• B.

By using the Insert/Section Break

• C.

By positioning your cursor at the appropriate place and pressing Ctrl + Enter

• D.

By changing the font size of your document

C. By positioning your cursor at the appropriate place and pressing Ctrl + Enter
Explanation
By positioning your cursor at the appropriate place and pressing Ctrl + Enter, you can force a page break in Word. This key combination inserts a manual page break at the current cursor position, causing the content after the break to start on a new page. This is useful when you want to start a new section or chapter on a fresh page, or when you need to control the layout and formatting of your document.

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• 36.

Junk e-mail is also called

• A.

Spam

• B.

Spoof

• C.

Sniffer script

• D.

Spool

A. Spam
Explanation
Junk e-mail is commonly referred to as "spam." This term originated from a Monty Python sketch where the word "spam" was repetitively used, similar to how unwanted emails can flood an inbox. Therefore, "spam" has become synonymous with unsolicited and unwanted emails that clutter our mailboxes.

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• 37.

Hackers

• A.

All have the same motive

• B.

Break into other people's computers

• C.

May legally break into computers as long as they do not do any damage

• D.

Are people who are allergic to computers

B. Break into other people's computers
Explanation
Hackers are individuals who attempt to gain unauthorized access to other people's computers. Their motive is to break into these systems, often with the intention of stealing sensitive information, causing damage, or disrupting operations. While some hackers may engage in illegal activities, it is important to note that there are ethical hackers known as "white hat" hackers who legally break into computers with the owner's permission to identify vulnerabilities and enhance security. However, the given answer does not mention the legality aspect and simply states that hackers break into other people's computers.

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• 38.

What type of computers are client computers (most of the time) in a client-server system?

• A.

Mainframe

• B.

Mini-computer

• C.

Microcomputer

• D.

PDA

C. Microcomputer
Explanation
Client computers in a client-server system are most commonly microcomputers. Microcomputers, also known as personal computers, are small, affordable, and widely used by individual users. In a client-server system, these microcomputers act as clients, accessing and utilizing resources provided by the server. They are capable of running various applications and connecting to the server to request and receive data or services. This type of computer is the most prevalent choice for client devices in a client-server system due to their accessibility, versatility, and affordability.

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• 39.

A computer cannot 'boot' if it does not have the

• A.

Compiler

• B.

• C.

Operating System

• D.

Assembler

C. Operating System
Explanation
A computer cannot 'boot' if it does not have the operating system. The operating system is responsible for managing the computer's hardware and software resources, providing a user interface, and allowing applications to run. During the boot process, the operating system is loaded into the computer's memory, allowing it to control and coordinate all the necessary components for the computer to start up and function properly. Without an operating system, the computer would not have the necessary instructions and resources to begin running and performing tasks.

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• 40.

The amount of vertical space between lines of text in a document is called

• A.

Double-space

• B.

Line spacing

• C.

Single space

• D.

Vertical spacing

B. Line spacing
Explanation
Line spacing refers to the amount of vertical space between lines of text in a document. It determines the distance between the baselines of consecutive lines of text. Double-space means to have two lines of space between each line of text, while single space means to have no extra space between lines. Vertical spacing is a general term that can refer to any type of spacing in a document, not specifically between lines of text. Therefore, the correct answer is line spacing.

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• 41.

Example of non-numeric data is

• A.

• B.

Examination score

• C.

Bank balance

• D.

All of these

Explanation
The given options include examination score and bank balance, which are both numeric data. However, employee address is a non-numeric data as it consists of textual information such as the street name, city, and postal code. Therefore, the correct answer is employee address.

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• 42.

What is embedded system?

• A.

The programme which arrives by being wrapped in box.

• B.

The programme which is the permanent part of the computer

• C.

The computer which is the part of a big computer

• D.

The computer and software system that control the machine

D. The computer and software system that control the machine
Explanation
The correct answer is "The computer and software system that control the machine." An embedded system refers to a computer system that is designed to perform specific tasks within a larger system. It typically consists of a combination of hardware and software that is integrated into a larger device or machine to control its functions. This can include systems found in appliances, automobiles, medical devices, and more. The embedded system is responsible for controlling and managing the operations of the machine it is embedded in.

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• 43.

First page of Website is termed as-

• A.

Homepage

• B.

Index

• C.

JAVA script

• D.

Bookmark

A. Homepage
Explanation
The first page of a website is commonly referred to as the homepage. It is the main landing page that users see when they visit a website. The homepage typically provides an overview of the website's content and navigation options to help users navigate to different sections or pages within the site. It serves as a gateway to the rest of the website and often contains important information, such as the website's logo, menu, search bar, and featured content.

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• 44.

..................... is the appearance of typed characters.

• A.

Size

• B.

Format

• C.

Point

• D.

Colour

B. Format
Explanation
The appearance of typed characters refers to the way in which they are presented visually. This can include factors such as the font, style, spacing, and alignment of the text. The format of typed characters determines how they are displayed on a page or screen, making it the correct answer in this context. Size, point, and color are also important aspects of the appearance of typed characters, but they do not encompass the overall format of the text.

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• 45.

When a file is saved for the first time

• A.

A copy is automatically printed

• B.

It must be given a name to identify it

• C.

It does not need a name

• D.

It only needs a name if it is not going to be printed

B. It must be given a name to identify it
Explanation
When a file is saved for the first time, it must be given a name to identify it. This is because the file needs to have a unique identifier that can be used to locate and access it later. Without a name, it would be difficult to distinguish the file from others and retrieve it when needed. Therefore, naming the file is essential for organization and efficient file management.

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• 46.

Office LANS, which are scattered geographically on large scale, can be connected by the use of corporate

• A.

CAN

• B.

LAN

• C.

DAN

• D.

WAN

D. WAN
Explanation
Office LANS, which are scattered geographically on a large scale, require a wide area network (WAN) to connect them. A WAN is a network that spans a large area, such as multiple cities or even countries, and is used to connect multiple local area networks (LANs) together. A WAN provides the necessary infrastructure and protocols to enable communication and data transfer between the different office locations. In this scenario, a WAN would be the most suitable option for connecting the geographically dispersed office LANs.

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• 47.

Where are data and programme stored when the processor uses them?

• A.

Main memory

• B.

Secondary memory

• C.

Disk memory

• D.

Programme memory

A. Main memory
Explanation
When the processor uses data and programs, they are stored in the main memory. Main memory, also known as primary memory or RAM (Random Access Memory), is a volatile memory that provides fast access to data and instructions that the processor needs to perform tasks. It is directly accessible by the processor and is used to store data and programs temporarily while they are being actively used. Secondary memory, such as hard drives or solid-state drives, is used for long-term storage of data and programs. Disk memory and program memory are not accurate terms and do not specifically refer to the storage location used by the processor.

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• 48.

............... represents raw facts, where-as ................. is data made meaningful.

• A.

Information, reporting

• B.

Data, information

• C.

Information, bits

• D.

Records, bytes

B. Data, information
Explanation
Data refers to raw facts or figures that have not been processed or organized in any meaningful way. On the other hand, information is derived from data after it has been processed, analyzed, and organized to provide meaning, context, and relevance. Therefore, data represents raw facts, while information is data that has been made meaningful.

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• 49.

Which keystroke will take you at the beginning or the end of a long document?

• A.

Ctrl + PageUp and Ctrl + PageDown

• B.

Shift + Home and Shift + End

• C.

Ctrl + Home and Ctrl + End

• D.

The only way is by using the right scroll bar

C. Ctrl + Home and Ctrl + End
Explanation
Ctrl + Home and Ctrl + End are the correct keystrokes to take you to the beginning or end of a long document. Ctrl + Home will take you to the beginning of the document, while Ctrl + End will take you to the end. These shortcuts are commonly used in word processing software to quickly navigate through lengthy documents without having to scroll manually.

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What characteristic of read-only memory (ROM) makes it useful?

• A.

ROM information can be easily updated.

• B.

Data in ROM is nonvolatile, that is, it remains there even without electrical power.

• C.

ROM provides very large amounts of inexpensive data storage.

• D.

ROM chips are easily swapped between different brands of computers.

B. Data in ROM is nonvolatile, that is, it remains there even without electrical power.
Explanation
The characteristic of read-only memory (ROM) that makes it useful is that data in ROM is nonvolatile, meaning it remains stored even without electrical power. This is important because it allows for permanent storage of data that does not get erased or lost when the power is turned off. This makes ROM a reliable and stable form of memory for storing critical information or firmware that needs to be accessed consistently.

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