Microsoft Drawing Toolbar

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Microsoft Drawing Toolbar - Quiz

This quiz will test a student's knowledge of the Microsoft Word Drawing Toolbar. The quiz is based on an online quiz found at www. Internet4classrooms. Com.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Instead of striking the underline key fifteen times, you plan to draw a single line by clicking and dragging. Which button do you select?A.B.C.D.

    • A.

      Button A

    • B.

      Button B

    • C.

      Button C

    • D.

      Button D

    Correct Answer
    B. Button B
    Explanation
    To draw a single line by clicking and dragging instead of striking the underline key multiple times, you would select Button B. This button is likely the one designated for drawing or creating lines, as it is the most appropriate action for the given task.

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  • 2. 

    You have drawn a line, and now want to change the color of the selected line. Which button do you select?A.B.C.D.

    • A.

      Button A

    • B.

      Button B

    • C.

      Button C

    • D.

      Button D

    Correct Answer
    C. Button C
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Button C. This button is likely the color selection button, which allows the user to choose a new color for the selected line.

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  • 3. 

    The last line you drew had an arrowhead at the wrong end. You want to change the arrowhead to the other end of the line. Which button do you select?A.B.C.D.

    • A.

      Button A

    • B.

      Button B

    • C.

      Button C

    • D.

      Button D

    Correct Answer
    D. Button D
    Explanation
    To change the arrowhead to the other end of the line, you would select Button D.

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  • 4. 

    You have drawn a rectangle around a section of a flyer and want to change it to a dashed line. Which button do you select?A.B.C.D.

    • A.

      Button A

    • B.

      Button B

    • C.

      Button C

    • D.

      Button D

    Correct Answer
    A. Button A
    Explanation
    To change the rectangle to a dashed line, you would need to select Button A. This button likely represents a specific tool or option in the software or program being used that allows you to change the line style to dashed. The other buttons (B, C, and D) may represent different tools or options that are not relevant to changing the line style.

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  • 5. 

    The heading of a flyer is just plain text and you would rather create special effects with text. Which button do you select?A.B.C.D.

    • A.

      Button A

    • B.

      Button B

    • C.

      Button C

    • D.

      Button D

    Correct Answer
    D. Button D
    Explanation
    Button D is the correct answer because it suggests that by selecting it, you can create special effects with text. This implies that Button D has features or options that allow you to enhance the appearance of the text in the flyer heading, such as adding different fonts, colors, styles, or effects.

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  • 6. 

    You are going to draw a perfect circle on your document by holding down the shift key, clicking and dragging. Which button do you select?A.B.C.D.

    • A.

      Button A

    • B.

      Button B

    • C.

      Button C

    • D.

      Button D

    Correct Answer
    B. Button B
    Explanation
    To draw a perfect circle on a document by holding down the shift key, clicking, and dragging, you would select Button B. This button likely has the shape of a circle or a tool specifically designed for drawing shapes. It is the correct button because it allows you to maintain the aspect ratio and create a perfect circle while dragging.

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