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This quiz is designed to test students computer knowledge of the lab. The quiz consists of menu bar information, keyboard terms, computer and internet terms, and computer short cuts. Knowing and understanding this information will provide students with the ability to learn skills that will assist the students with being successful.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Under what Menu Bar is Spell Check located?  

    • A.

      View

    • B.

      Format

    • C.

      Tools

    • D.

      Insert

    Correct Answer
    C. Tools
    Explanation
    The Spell Check feature is located under the Tools menu bar. This menu typically contains various options and tools that can be used to customize and enhance the user experience. The Spell Check tool allows users to check their text for any spelling errors and make necessary corrections. By placing the Spell Check option under the Tools menu, it is easily accessible and can be used whenever needed.

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  • 2. 

    Under what Menu Bar is the Formatting Palette located?

    • A.

      Insert

    • B.

      View

    • C.

      Format

    • D.

      Edit

    Correct Answer
    B. View
    Explanation
    The Formatting Palette is located under the "View" menu bar. This menu bar typically contains options related to the display and layout of the document or application. The Formatting Palette is a tool that allows users to apply various formatting options to their text or objects, such as font style, size, color, alignment, and more. By placing the Formatting Palette under the "View" menu, it is easily accessible for users who want to make formatting changes to their document or application.

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  • 3. 

    How do you Force Quit your computer?

    • A.

      Alt, Command & Esc

    • B.

      Ctrl, Alt, & Delete

    • C.

      Command Q

    • D.

      Command F

    Correct Answer
    A. Alt, Command & Esc
    Explanation
    To force quit a computer, you can use the key combination Alt, Command, and Esc. This key combination brings up the "Force Quit Applications" window on a Mac, allowing you to select and close any unresponsive or frozen applications. This is a quick and efficient way to exit out of a program that is not responding without having to restart the entire computer.

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  • 4. 

    Where would you look to select the Toolbars in MS WORD?

    • A.

      Format Menu Bar

    • B.

      Tools Menu Bar

    • C.

      Window Menu Bar

    • D.

      View Menu Bar

    Correct Answer
    D. View Menu Bar
    Explanation
    To select the Toolbars in MS Word, you would look in the View Menu Bar. This is because the View Menu Bar in MS Word provides options for customizing the display of the program, including the ability to show or hide various toolbars. By accessing the View Menu Bar, you can easily select and enable the desired toolbars to enhance your workflow and access specific features or functions in MS Word.

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  • 5. 

    Where can you find your Word Count in Microsoft Word?

    • A.

      Font Menu Bar & Bottom of Screen

    • B.

      Tools Menu Bar & Bottom of Screen

    • C.

      Table Menu Bar and Bottom of Screen

    • D.

      Insert Menu Bar and Bottom of screen.

    Correct Answer
    B. Tools Menu Bar & Bottom of Screen
    Explanation
    In Microsoft Word, you can find your Word Count in the Tools Menu Bar and at the bottom of the screen. The Tools Menu Bar provides various options and features for editing and formatting your document, including the Word Count tool. Additionally, the Word Count is also displayed at the bottom of the screen, allowing you to easily keep track of the number of words in your document without having to navigate through different menus.

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  • 6. 

    Which Menu Bar helps you Open A Blank Document in MS WORD?

    • A.

      Edit

    • B.

      Tools

    • C.

      Table

    • D.

      File

    Correct Answer
    D. File
    Explanation
    The File menu bar helps you open a blank document in MS Word. This menu typically contains options related to creating, opening, saving, and printing documents. By selecting the File menu, you can access the "New" or "Open" options to create or open a new blank document in MS Word.

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  • 7. 

    What 2 buttons help you Get off the Computer quickly?

    • A.

      Command "E"

    • B.

      Command "R"

    • C.

      Command "D

    • D.

      Command "Q"

    Correct Answer
    D. Command "Q"
    Explanation
    Pressing the Command "Q" buttons on a computer helps you quickly exit or quit the current program or application that you are using. This command is commonly used on Mac computers to close the active window or application, allowing you to get off the computer quickly.

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  • 8. 

    Under what Menu Bar is the Header & Footer located?

    • A.

      FIle

    • B.

      Edit

    • C.

      View

    • D.

      Insert

    Correct Answer
    C. View
    Explanation
    The Header & Footer option is located under the "View" menu bar.

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  • 9. 

    COMMAND + A

    • A.

      Copy

    • B.

      Paste

    • C.

      Select All

    • D.

      Print

    Correct Answer
    C. Select All
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Select All" because the command "COMMAND + A" is commonly used to select all the text or objects in a document or window. This command is often used when you want to perform an action on all the selected items, such as copying, pasting, or printing them.

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  • 10. 

    COMMAND + B

    • A.

      Big Font

    • B.

      Bold

    • C.

      FInd

    • D.

      Gallery

    Correct Answer
    B. Bold
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Bold" because pressing the COMMAND + B keyboard shortcut will apply the bold formatting to the selected text.

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  • 11. 

    COMMAND + C

    • A.

      Center

    • B.

      Control

    • C.

      Copy

    • D.

      Convert

    Correct Answer
    C. Copy
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Copy." The given command "COMMAND + C" is commonly used on a computer keyboard to copy selected text or files. It is a shortcut for the copy function, allowing users to duplicate content and place it in another location or application.

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  • 12. 

    COMMAND + N

    • A.

      New Blank Document

    • B.

      Notebook

    • C.

      News

    • D.

      New Tab

    Correct Answer
    A. New Blank Document
    Explanation
    Pressing the COMMAND + N keyboard shortcut creates a new blank document. This shortcut is commonly used in various software applications, such as word processors or graphic design programs, to quickly start a new project or file without having to go through the menu options. It is a convenient and efficient way to begin working on a fresh document.

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  • 13. 

    COMMAND + O

    • A.

      Paste

    • B.

      Copy

    • C.

      Open

    • D.

      Object

    Correct Answer
    C. Open
    Explanation
    Pressing the COMMAND + O key combination is used to open a file or a document in various software applications. It is a shortcut that allows users to quickly access the "Open" function without having to navigate through menus or use the mouse. By pressing COMMAND + O, users can easily select and open a file of their choice, making it a convenient and efficient way to access files and documents.

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  • 14. 

    COMMAND + P

    • A.

      Paste

    • B.

      Picture

    • C.

      Paint

    • D.

      Print

    Correct Answer
    D. Print
    Explanation
    The command "COMMAND + P" typically refers to the keyboard shortcut used to print a document or file. It is commonly used in various software applications to initiate the printing process. Therefore, the correct answer for this question is "Print".

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  • 15. 

    COMMAND + Q

    • A.

      Sort

    • B.

      Select

    • C.

      Quit

    • D.

      Undo

    Correct Answer
    C. Quit
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Quit" because the given command "COMMAND + Q" is commonly used on Mac computers to quit or close an application. This keyboard shortcut is widely recognized and used to exit programs quickly without having to navigate through menus or options.

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  • 16. 

    COMMAND + R

    • A.

      Restart

    • B.

      Report

    • C.

      Reload

    • D.

      Ready

    Correct Answer
    C. Reload
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Reload" because the shortcut "COMMAND + R" is commonly used to reload or refresh a webpage or document. This shortcut is often used in web browsers to reload the current page, allowing the user to view any changes or updates made to the webpage.

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  • 17. 

    COMMAND + S

    • A.

      Safari

    • B.

      Save

    • C.

      Sleep

    • D.

      Shut down

    Correct Answer
    B. Save
    Explanation
    Pressing COMMAND + S is a keyboard shortcut used in Safari to save a webpage or document. This action allows the user to store the current content for future reference or offline access. It is a commonly used command in various applications and browsers to quickly save progress or important information.

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  • 18. 

    COMMAND + T

    • A.

      Toolbars

    • B.

      New Tab

    • C.

      Text Encoding

    • D.

      Zoom

    Correct Answer
    B. New Tab
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "New Tab" because the keyboard shortcut COMMAND + T is commonly used to open a new tab in web browsers. This shortcut allows users to quickly open multiple tabs within the same browser window, making it easier to navigate between different webpages without cluttering the screen with multiple windows.

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  • 19. 

    COMMAND + U

    • A.

      Bookmark

    • B.

      United

    • C.

      Underline

    • D.

      Undo

    Correct Answer
    C. Underline
    Explanation
    Pressing the COMMAND + U shortcut is commonly used to underline text in various applications, such as word processors or text editors. This action applies an underline formatting style to the selected text, making it appear with a line underneath. Therefore, the correct answer for this question is "Underline".

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  • 20. 

    COMMAND + V

    • A.

      Video

    • B.

      Home

    • C.

      Paste

    • D.

      View

    Correct Answer
    C. Paste
    Explanation
    The given answer "Paste" is the correct answer because the question mentions "COMMAND + V". In computer terminology, "COMMAND + V" is the keyboard shortcut used to paste content from the clipboard. Therefore, the correct answer is "Paste".

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  • 21. 

    COMMAND + W

    • A.

      Windows

    • B.

      Edit

    • C.

      Close Window

    • D.

      Help

    Correct Answer
    C. Close Window
    Explanation
    The given answer, "Close Window," is the correct explanation for the command "COMMAND + W." This command is commonly used on Windows systems to close the currently active window. It is a keyboard shortcut that allows users to quickly close the window they are working on without using the mouse or navigating through menus.

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  • 22. 

    COMMAND + X

    • A.

      Edit

    • B.

      Cut

    • C.

      Replace

    • D.

      History

    Correct Answer
    B. Cut
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Cut" because the command "COMMAND + X" is commonly used to cut or remove selected text or objects from a document or file. This action allows the user to move or transfer the selected content to another location or application. The other options listed, such as "Edit," "Replace," and "History," do not directly relate to the command "COMMAND + X" and its function of cutting.

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  • 23. 

    COMMAND + Z

    • A.

      Transformations

    • B.

      Autofill

    • C.

      Redo

    • D.

      Undo

    Correct Answer
    D. Undo
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Undo" because the command "COMMAND + Z" is commonly used to undo the previous action or revert back to the previous state. This command is often used in various software applications to reverse any changes made and restore the previous version or configuration. It allows users to easily correct mistakes or unwanted actions by simply pressing this keyboard shortcut.

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  • 24. 

    What is the definition for ESC Key?

    • A.

      Moves cursor to next tab stop

    • B.

      Turns on/off typing in Capital letters

    • C.

      Cancels commands or series of commands

    • D.

      Moves cursor back, and erases characters, one space at a time

    Correct Answer
    C. Cancels commands or series of commands
    Explanation
    The ESC key on a keyboard is used to cancel or interrupt commands or a series of commands. When pressed, it stops the execution of a command or cancels a sequence of commands that may be in progress. This key is commonly used in various computer applications and programs to provide a quick way to abort or exit a command or operation.

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  • 25. 

    What is the definition forTab key?

    • A.

      Enters information or moves cursor to next line for typing

    • B.

      Keys where hands rest when typing

    • C.

      Allows for faster typing of numbers with the use of only one hand

    • D.

      Moves cursor to next tab stop

    Correct Answer
    D. Moves cursor to next tab stop
    Explanation
    The Tab key on a keyboard is used to move the cursor to the next tab stop. Tab stops are pre-defined positions on a document or text field where the cursor jumps to when the Tab key is pressed. This allows for easier and more organized alignment of text or data.

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  • 26. 

    What is the definition for Caps Lock?

    • A.

      This term is used to describe a standard (Latin alphabet-based) keyboard

    • B.

      Turns on/off typing in Capital letters

    • C.

      Moves cursor left, right, up or down without erasing text

    • D.

      Makes a capital letter or the upper symbol on number keys when used in combination with other keys

    Correct Answer
    B. Turns on/off typing in Capital letters
    Explanation
    The term "Caps Lock" refers to a function on a keyboard that allows the user to toggle between typing in lowercase and uppercase letters. When the Caps Lock key is turned on, all letters typed will be in capital letters until the key is turned off. This is useful for situations where a large amount of text needs to be typed in uppercase, such as when typing titles or headings.

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  • 27. 

    What is the definition for Delete/Backspace?

    • A.

      Moves cursor back, and erases characters, one space at a time

    • B.

      Enters information or moves cursor to next line for typing

    • C.

      Makes a capital letter or the upper symbol on number keys when used in combination with other keys

    • D.

      Keys where hands rest when typing

    Correct Answer
    A. Moves cursor back, and erases characters, one space at a time
    Explanation
    The definition for Delete/Backspace is that it moves the cursor back and erases characters, one space at a time. This means that when the Delete or Backspace key is pressed, the cursor will move to the left and delete the character that is located before the cursor. This allows the user to correct any mistakes or remove unwanted characters from their text.

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  • 28. 

    What is the definition for Numeric Keypad?

    • A.

      Allows for faster typing of numbers with the use of only one hand

    • B.

      Turns on/off typing in Capital letters

    • C.

      Used in combination with other keys to perform specific tasks

    • D.

      Moves cursor to next tab stop

    Correct Answer
    A. Allows for faster typing of numbers with the use of only one hand
    Explanation
    The definition of a Numeric Keypad is that it allows for faster typing of numbers with the use of only one hand. This means that instead of using the numbers at the top of the keyboard, a separate keypad is provided on the side of the keyboard for easier and quicker input of numerical data. This feature is particularly useful for tasks that require frequent numerical input, such as data entry or accounting.

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  • 29. 

    What is the definition for CTRL (Control), Alternate (Alt)?

    • A.

      Used in combination with other keys to perform specific tasks

    • B.

      Enters information or moves cursor to next line for typing

    • C.

      This term is used to describe a standard (Latin alphabet-based) keyboard

    • D.

      Keys where hands rest when typing

    Correct Answer
    A. Used in combination with other keys to perform specific tasks
    Explanation
    CTRL (Control) and Alternate (Alt) keys are used in combination with other keys to perform specific tasks. These tasks can include keyboard shortcuts, such as copying and pasting text, opening a new tab in a web browser, or switching between open applications. By pressing and holding the CTRL or Alt key and then pressing another key, the user can trigger a specific action or command on the computer. These keys are commonly found on standard keyboards and are essential for efficient and convenient navigation and operation of various software applications.

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  • 30. 

    What is the definition for Shift?

    • A.

      Makes a capital letter or the upper symbol on number keys when used in combination with other keys

    • B.

      This term is used to describe a standard (Latin alphabet-based) keyboard

    • C.

      Moves cursor back, and erases characters, one space at a time

    • D.

      Moves cursor to next tab stop

    Correct Answer
    A. Makes a capital letter or the upper symbol on number keys when used in combination with other keys
    Explanation
    The definition for "Shift" is that it makes a capital letter or the upper symbol on number keys when used in combination with other keys.

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  • 31. 

    What is the definition for Spacebar?

    • A.

      Moves cursor forward one space at a time, leaving a blank space

    • B.

      Turns on/off typing in Capital letters

    • C.

      Enters information or moves cursor to next line for typing

    • D.

      Makes a capital letter or the upper symbol on number keys when used in combination with other keys

    Correct Answer
    A. Moves cursor forward one space at a time, leaving a blank space
    Explanation
    The spacebar is a key on a keyboard that is used to move the cursor forward one space at a time, leaving a blank space. This allows for proper spacing between words and sentences when typing. It does not turn on/off typing in capital letters, enter information or move the cursor to the next line, or make capital letters or upper symbols when used in combination with other keys.

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  • 32. 

    What is the definition for Homerow?

    • A.

      Keys where hands rest when typing

    • B.

      This term is used to describe a standard (Latin alphabet-based) keyboard

    • C.

      Allows for faster typing of numbers with the use of only one hand

    • D.

      Moves cursor left, right, up or down without erasing text

    Correct Answer
    A. Keys where hands rest when typing
    Explanation
    The definition of Homerow is keys where hands rest when typing. This refers to the central row of keys on a keyboard, including the letters A, S, D, F, J, K, L, and the semicolon (;). These keys are considered the starting position for touch typing, where the fingers of both hands rest when not actively typing. By resting on the homerow, typists can quickly and accurately reach all other keys on the keyboard without having to constantly look down at the keys.

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  • 33. 

    What is the definition for Enter/Return?

    • A.

      Turns on/off typing in Capital letters

    • B.

      Enters information or moves cursor to next line for typing

    • C.

      This term is used to describe a standard (Latin alphabet-based) keyboard

    • D.

      Used in combination with other keys to perform specific tasks

    Correct Answer
    B. Enters information or moves cursor to next line for typing
    Explanation
    The term "Enter/Return" refers to the action of entering information or moving the cursor to the next line for typing. This key is commonly found on keyboards and is used to indicate the completion of a command or inputting data. Pressing the Enter/Return key allows the user to proceed to the next line or execute a command.

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  • 34. 

    What is the name of the Mac Internet provider?

    • A.

      Internet Explorer

    • B.

      FireFox

    • C.

      Safari

    • D.

      Bing

    Correct Answer
    C. Safari
    Explanation
    Safari is not an Internet provider, but rather a web browser developed by Apple. It is the default browser on Mac devices. Internet providers are companies that offer internet access to users, such as Comcast or AT&T. Therefore, the given answer is incorrect as it does not provide the name of a Mac Internet provider.

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  • 35. 

    What is the definition for Directional Keys?

    • A.

      Moves cursor left, right, up or down without erasing text

    • B.

      Keys where hands rest when typing

    • C.

      Used in combination with other keys to perform specific tasks

    • D.

      Moves cursor back, and erases characters, one space at a time

    Correct Answer
    A. Moves cursor left, right, up or down without erasing text
    Explanation
    Directional keys, also known as arrow keys, are keys on a keyboard that allow the user to move the cursor or pointer in different directions without erasing any text. These keys include the arrow symbols (left, right, up, and down) and are commonly used for navigation purposes in various applications and programs. They provide a convenient way to move the cursor within a document or on a webpage without affecting the existing text or content.

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  • 36. 

    What is the definition for QWERTY?

    • A.

      This term is used to describe a standard (Latin alphabet-based) keyboard

    • B.

      Moves cursor left, right, up or down without erasing text

    • C.

      Makes a capital letter or the upper symbol on number keys when used in combination with other keys

    • D.

      Allows for faster typing of numbers with the use of only one hand

    Correct Answer
    A. This term is used to describe a standard (Latin alphabet-based) keyboard
  • 37. 

    What is the definition for Computer?

    • A.

      A machine that has the ability to store its own instructions and accept data. P.S. Computers can perform many operations without the need for a person to type in new instructions each time.

    • B.

      Any hardware components that allow you to enter data,programs, commands, and user responses into a computer. Ex. Keyboard, Mouse, Scanners, MP3, IPOD

    • C.

      Pointing device used to control the movement of a pointer on the screen.

    • D.

      Device that shows, prints, or presents the results of a computers work. Ex. Monitor, Printer

    Correct Answer
    A. A machine that has the ability to store its own instructions and accept data. P.S. Computers can perform many operations without the need for a person to type in new instructions each time.
    Explanation
    The definition for a computer is a machine that is capable of storing its own instructions and accepting data. This means that a computer can process information and perform various operations without the need for a person to constantly input new instructions. It is a device that can store and manipulate data, and it can perform tasks based on the instructions it has stored. Computers can be programmed to perform a wide range of functions and are essential in modern society for tasks such as data processing, communication, and entertainment.

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  • 38. 

    What is the definition for Input Devices?

    • A.

      Any hardware components that allow you to enter data programs, commands, and user responses into a computer. Ex. Keyboard, Mouse, Scanners, MP3, IPOD

    • B.

      Hard drive is where all of your programs and files are stored

    • C.

      An Internet bookmark acts as a marker for a Web site.

    • D.

      A gigabyte (GB) is a measure of computer data storage capacity

    Correct Answer
    A. Any hardware components that allow you to enter data programs, commands, and user responses into a computer. Ex. Keyboard, Mouse, Scanners, MP3, IPOD
    Explanation
    Input devices are hardware components that enable users to input data, programs, commands, and user responses into a computer. Examples of input devices include a keyboard, mouse, scanners, MP3 players, and iPods. These devices allow users to interact with the computer and provide input that can be processed and utilized by the computer system.

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  • 39. 

    What is the definition for Mouse?

    • A.

      Pointing device used to control the movement of a pointer on the screen.

    • B.

      Forms characters and designs by shooting tiny droplets of ink onto paper.

    • C.

      A machine that has the ability to store its own instructions and accept data.

    • D.

      Programs that tell a computer how to produce information. Ex. Excel, Outlook

    Correct Answer
    A. Pointing device used to control the movement of a pointer on the screen.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Pointing device used to control the movement of a pointer on the screen." This definition accurately describes a mouse, which is a device that allows users to control the movement of a cursor or pointer on a computer screen. The other options provided in the question do not accurately define a mouse.

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  • 40. 

    What is the definition for Output Devices?

    • A.

      Device that shows, prints, or presents the results of a computers work. Ex. Monitor, Printer

    • B.

      Forms characters and designs by shooting tiny droplets of ink onto paper.

    • C.

      Pointing device used to control the movement of a pointer on the screen

    • D.

      Way of specifying the location of publicly available information on the Internet. Ex. WWW

    Correct Answer
    A. Device that shows, prints, or presents the results of a computers work. Ex. Monitor, Printer
    Explanation
    Output devices are devices that display, print, or present the results of a computer's work. Examples of output devices include monitors, which display visual information, and printers, which produce hard copies of documents or images. These devices allow users to see or obtain the output generated by the computer.

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  • 41. 

    What is the definition for Inkjet Printer?

    • A.

      Forms characters and designs by shooting tiny droplets of ink onto paper.

    • B.

      Electronic documents that presents information which can be read on the Web.

    • C.

      Hard drive is where all of your programs and files are stored

    • D.

      This is the software that communicates with computer hardware on the most basic level. Without an operating system, no software programs can run.

    Correct Answer
    A. Forms characters and designs by shooting tiny droplets of ink onto paper.
  • 42. 

    What is the definition for Application Software?

    • A.

      Programs that tell a computer how to produce information. Ex. Excel, Outlook

    • B.

      A gigabyte (GB) is a measure of computer data storage capacity

    • C.

      Hard drive is where all of your programs and files are stored

    • D.

      An Internet bookmark acts as a marker for a Web site.

    Correct Answer
    A. Programs that tell a computer how to produce information. Ex. Excel, Outlook
    Explanation
    The definition for Application Software is programs that tell a computer how to produce information. This includes software like Excel and Outlook, which are examples of application software. Application software is different from system software, which is responsible for managing and operating the computer itself.

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  • 43. 

    What is the definition for Uniform Resource Locator (URL)?

    • A.

      Way of specifying the location of publicly available information on the Internet. Ex. WWW

    • B.

      Programs that tell a computer how to produce information. Ex. Excel, Outlook

    • C.

      A measure of computer data storage capacity

    • D.

      Device that shows, prints, or presents the results of a computers work. Ex. Monitor, Printer

    Correct Answer
    A. Way of specifying the location of publicly available information on the Internet. Ex. WWW
    Explanation
    A Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is a way of specifying the location of publicly available information on the Internet. It is used to identify and locate resources such as web pages, images, videos, and documents. The URL typically includes the protocol (such as HTTP or HTTPS), the domain name, and the specific path or file name. It allows users to access and retrieve information from various websites and online resources. The example given, "WWW", refers to the World Wide Web, which is a system of interconnected documents and other resources accessed through the Internet.

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  • 44. 

    What is the definition for HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)?

    • A.

      A way of publishing information as hypertext in HTML format on the Web. Ex. http://

    • B.

      An Internet bookmark acts as a marker for a Web site.

    • C.

      Hard drive is where all of your programs and files are stored

    • D.

      Electronic documents that presents information which can be read on the Web.

    Correct Answer
    A. A way of publishing information as hypertext in HTML format on the Web. Ex. http://
    Explanation
    HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) is a protocol used for transferring hypertext (text that contains links) in HTML format over the internet. It is the foundation of data communication for the World Wide Web. The given definition accurately describes HTTP as a means of publishing information in hypertext format using HTML on the web. The example "http://" further reinforces the correct answer by illustrating the use of the protocol in web addresses.

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  • 45. 

    What is the definition for Hypertext?

    • A.

      Electronic documents that presents information which can be read on the Web.

    • B.

      A machine that has the ability to store its own instructions and accept data.

    • C.

      Pointing device used to control the movement of a pointer on the screen

    • D.

      Device that shows, prints, or presents the results of a computers work. Ex. Monitor, Printer

    Correct Answer
    A. Electronic documents that presents information which can be read on the Web.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Electronic documents that present information which can be read on the Web." This definition accurately describes hypertext, which refers to text that contains links to other documents or resources. Hypertext allows users to navigate and access information on the internet by clicking on these links. It is a fundamental concept in web development and is the basis for creating interconnected web pages.

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  • 46. 

    What is the definition for Gigabyte?

    • A.

      A measure of computer data storage capacity

    • B.

      Acts as a marker for a Web site.

    • C.

      This is the software that communicates with computer hardware on the most basic level. Without an operating system, no software programs can run.

    • D.

      Electronic documents that presents information which can be read on the Web.

    Correct Answer
    A. A measure of computer data storage capacity
    Explanation
    The definition of a Gigabyte is a measure of computer data storage capacity. It is a unit of measurement that represents approximately one billion bytes of data. This term is commonly used to describe the storage capacity of computer hard drives, USB drives, and other storage devices. It is important in determining how much data can be stored and transferred on a device.

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  • 47. 

    What is the definition for Hard Drive?

    • A.

      This is where all of your programs and files are stored

    • B.

      Electronic documents that presents information which can be read on the Web.

    • C.

      Forms characters and designs by shooting tiny droplets of ink onto paper.

    • D.

      Pointing device used to control the movement of a pointer on the screen

    Correct Answer
    A. This is where all of your programs and files are stored
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "This is where all of your programs and files are stored." This definition accurately describes a hard drive, which is a storage device used in computers to store and retrieve digital data. It is responsible for storing the operating system, software applications, and user files such as documents, photos, and videos.

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  • 48. 

    What is the definition for Bookmark?

    • A.

      This acts as a marker for a Web site.

    • B.

      A measure of computer data storage capacity

    • C.

      Electronic documents that presents information which can be read on the Web.

    • D.

      Any hardware components that allow you to enter data, programs, commands, and user responses into a computer.

    Correct Answer
    A. This acts as a marker for a Web site.
    Explanation
    A bookmark is a feature in web browsers that allows users to save the URL of a webpage for quick access later. It acts as a marker for a website, enabling users to easily revisit their favorite or frequently visited sites without having to search for them again.

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  • 49. 

    What is the definition for Operating System (OS)?

    • A.

      This is the software that communicates with computer hardware on the most basic level. Without an operating system, no software programs can run.

    • B.

      A way of publishing information as hypertext in HTML format on the Web. Ex. http://

    • C.

      Device that shows, prints, or presents the results of a computers work. Ex. Monitor, Printer

    • D.

      Programs that tell a computer how to produce information.

    Correct Answer
    A. This is the software that communicates with computer hardware on the most basic level. Without an operating system, no software programs can run.
    Explanation
    An operating system is the software that enables communication between computer hardware and software programs. It acts as an intermediary, allowing software programs to run by providing the necessary resources and managing the computer's hardware components. Without an operating system, software programs would not be able to function as they rely on the operating system to access and utilize the computer's resources effectively.

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  • 50. 

    Are these the 3 R's we discussed that everyone should have? Respect for yourself, Respect for others, Respect others property

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Respect for yourself, Respect for others, Responsiblity for your actions.

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