Lee County School District's Practice Test for IC3 Spark - Key Applications
Insert, Text Box, draw box, and type in box
Home, Design, Box, and Insert
View, Text Box, and Enter
Insert, Picture, and type in Picture
In the Home tab, switch to Landscape
Select the Page Layout tab, click on Orientation, and select Landscape
Go to View and select Landscape
Select the Review tab and click on Landscape Orientation
All of the above
To distribute to the audience for reference after the presentation.
To allow the audience to take notes during the presentation.
To use as a hard copy of the slides in your presentation.
All of the above
Select the Flower Slide, choose the Delete option in the Insert Tab
Click the Flower Slide, and drag off of the preview bar
Right Click on the Flower Slide, select Delete Slide
Select the Flower Slide, press the Delete key on the keyboard
Select Slide 1, and press the Enter key until it is the last slide
Select Slide 1, copy and paste it after the last slide
Select Slide 1, use your mouse to drag and drop it to the last slide
Select Slide 1, press the down arrow until it is the last slide
Select the Chiwawa row, right click, choose Delete Rows from the menu
Select the Chiwawa cell, select the Table Tools - Layout tab, and click the Delete Table option
Select the Chiwawa row, and press the Delete key
Select the Chiwawa row, click the Delete Row button on the Home tab
A row cannot be added after the table is made.
Right click on the bottom row and click Merge Cells
Highlight the table then click Copy, the Paste below the table.
While the cursor is in the last box of the bottom row, press the Tab key.
Place the cursor over the number (row) or letter (column), click to select the entire row/column, select the Page Layout tab and click the Delete Row.Column command.
Hold shift to select the cells in the row or column, press the delete key on the keyboard.
Place the cursor over the number (row) or letter (column), click to select the entire row/column, right click and select Delete.
Click on any cell in the spreadsheet, and enter the formula: =DELETE(D:D) - the range will vary based on the row or column that is being deleted.
Use of Incorrect Word
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