# Computer Applications Quiz: Excel Unit A

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It covers information covered in Excel unit a, as well as some Questions from MS Word and Computer Concepts

• 1.

### What is the difference between a Work Book and a Work Sheet

• A.

Work Book is Excell, and Work Sheet is MicroSoft Word

• B.

Work book 255 different books within one Worksheet

• C.

There is no difference

• D.

A work book is a file that holds up to 255 worksheets, a work sheet is a data sheet that allows the organize and manipulate data

• E.

What is a Work book for 200?, Alex

D. A work book is a file that holds up to 255 worksheets, a work sheet is a data sheet that allows the organize and manipulate data
Explanation
A work book is a file that holds up to 255 worksheets, while a work sheet is a data sheet that allows the organization and manipulation of data.

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• 2.

### In Excel, order of precedence determines:

• A.

The order in which worksheets are printed.

• B.

The colors used to distinguish cell references.

• C.

The order in which calculations are performed.

• D.

How values are multiplied.

C. The order in which calculations are performed.
Explanation
The order of precedence in Excel refers to the hierarchy in which mathematical operations are performed in a formula. It determines the sequence in which calculations are executed, ensuring that the correct result is obtained. This is important because different operations have different priorities, and Excel follows a specific set of rules to determine the order in which calculations should be carried out. By understanding the order of precedence, users can accurately perform complex calculations and obtain the desired outcome.

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• 3.

### The maximum number of worksheets you can include in a workbook is:

• A.

3

• B.

250

• C.

255

• D.

Unlimited

C. 255
Explanation
The maximum number of worksheets you can include in a workbook is 255. This means that you can have up to 255 separate sheets within a single workbook file. This allows for a large amount of organization and data storage within a single file, making it easier to manage and navigate through multiple sets of data.

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• 4.

### A selction of multiple cells is called a:

• A.

Group

• B.

Range

• C.

Reference

• D.

Package

B. Range
Explanation
A selection of multiple cells in a spreadsheet is called a range. A range refers to a group of adjacent cells that are selected together for performing operations or applying formatting. It allows for efficient manipulation of data and performing calculations across multiple cells simultaneously.

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• 5.

### Using a cell address in a formula is known as:

• A.

Formularizing

• B.

Prefixing

• C.

Cell referencing

• D.

Cell mathematics

D. Cell mathematics
• 6.

### Which worksheet view shows how your worksheet will look when printed?

• A.

Page layout

• B.

Data

• C.

Review

• D.

View

A. Page layout
Explanation
The Page Layout view in a worksheet shows how the worksheet will appear when printed. It allows users to see the exact placement of data, headers, footers, and other elements on the printed page. This view is useful for adjusting the layout and formatting of the worksheet to ensure it fits properly on the printed page and looks as intended.

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• 7.

### Which button should you click if you want to print formulas in a worksheet?

• A.

Save button

• B.

Fill button

• C.

• D.

Office button

D. Office button
Explanation
The Office button is the correct answer because it is the button that provides access to various commands and options in Microsoft Office applications, including the option to print formulas in a worksheet. By clicking on the Office button, users can access the Print menu and choose to print the formulas along with the rest of the worksheet content.

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• 8.

### Clicking the Scale arrow in the Scale to Fit group on the Page Layout tab opens which dialog box

• A.

Print

• B.

Scale to fit

• C.

Width/Height

• D.

Page setup

D. Page setup
Explanation
Clicking the Scale arrow in the Scale to Fit group on the Page Layout tab opens the Page Setup dialog box. This dialog box allows the user to customize various settings related to the page layout, such as paper size, orientation, margins, and scaling options. By clicking the Scale arrow, the user can access the scaling options within the Page Setup dialog box, which allows them to adjust the size of the content to fit within the specified page dimensions.

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• 9.

### In which view can you see the header and footer areas of a worksheet?

• A.

Normal view

• B.

Page layout view

• C.

Page break preview

• D.

B. Page layout view
Explanation
In Page layout view, you can see the header and footer areas of a worksheet. This view displays the worksheet as it would appear when printed, including the header and footer sections. It allows you to easily customize and edit the header and footer content, such as adding page numbers, dates, or titles. This view is helpful for previewing and adjusting the layout of the worksheet before printing.

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• 10.

### Which key can you press to switch to edit mode?

• A.

[F1]

• B.

[F2]

• C.

[F4]

• D.

[F6]

B. [F2]
Explanation
Pressing the [F2] key allows you to switch to edit mode.

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• 11.

### Which type of break can you insert if you want to force text to begin on the next page?

• A.

Automatic page break

• B.

Continuous section break

• C.

Text wrapping break

• D.

Next page section break

D. Next page section break
Explanation
A "Next page section break" can be inserted to force text to begin on the next page. This type of break creates a new section and starts the content on a new page, ensuring that the text following the break will always begin on a fresh page.

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• 12.

### Which type of break do you insert if you want to balance the columns in a section?

• A.

Column break

• B.

Continuous section break

• C.

Manual page break

• D.

Text wrapping break

B. Continuous section break
Explanation
A continuous section break is used to balance the columns in a section. This type of break allows for the content to flow smoothly from one column to another, ensuring that the columns are evenly distributed. It is commonly used in documents with multiple columns, such as newsletters or magazines, to create a visually appealing layout.

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• 13.

### Which of the following cannot be inserted using the Quick Parts command?

• A.

AutoText building block

• B.

Document property

• C.

Page number field

• D.

Page break

D. Page break
Explanation
The Quick Parts command in Microsoft Word allows users to insert pre-defined content into their documents. AutoText building blocks, document properties, and page number fields are all examples of content that can be inserted using the Quick Parts command. However, a page break is not a type of content that can be inserted using this command. Instead, page breaks are inserted using the Page Layout tab or by pressing Ctrl+Enter on the keyboard.

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• 14.

### Which of the following do documents with mirror margins always have?

• A.

Gutters

• B.

Landscape orientation

• C.

Inside and outside margins

• D.

Different first page headers and footers

C. Inside and outside margins
Explanation
Documents with mirror margins always have inside and outside margins. Mirror margins are a type of layout where the inside and outside margins of a document are different. The inside margin is wider than the outside margin, allowing for binding or folding of the document. This layout is commonly used for documents that will be printed and bound, such as books or brochures, to ensure that the text is evenly distributed on each page and does not get cut off during the binding process.

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• 15.

### What name describes formatted pieces of content that are stored in galleries?

• A.

• B.

Field

• C.

Building block

• D.

Property

C. Building block
Explanation
Building block is the correct answer because it accurately describes formatted pieces of content that are stored in galleries. Building blocks are pre-designed content elements that can be easily inserted into documents or templates. They can include text, images, tables, or other types of content, and they provide a convenient way to reuse and manage content in a structured manner. By organizing content into building blocks, users can quickly access and insert commonly used elements, saving time and ensuring consistency in their documents.

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• 16.

### What must you do to change an inline graphic to a floating graphic?

• A.

Apply text wrapping to the graphic

• B.

Resize the graphic

• C.

Anchor the graphic

• D.

Move the graphic

A. Apply text wrapping to the graphic
Explanation
To change an inline graphic to a floating graphic, you need to apply text wrapping to the graphic. This allows the graphic to be moved independently from the surrounding text, giving it a floating effect. By applying text wrapping, you can position the graphic anywhere on the page and have the text flow around it. This is useful when you want to have more control over the placement of the graphic in your document.

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