You temporarily hide the Ribbon so that you have more room for your document
You apply a bigger font size to your text.
You will see additional options
You will add a command to the Quick Access Toolbar
You double-click the active tab on the Ribbon
You select text.
You select text and then point at it.
Any of the above.
You click the Show Picture Tools command on the Insert tab.
You select a picture.
You right-click a picture and choose Picture Tools.
Either the first or the third option.
Page Layout tab, Paragraph group
Home tab, Paragraph group
Insert tab, Symbols group
Insert tab, Text group
You click the Print button on the Ribbon.
You click the Print button on the Quick Access Toolbar.
You use the Microsoft Office Button.
Either the first or second option above.
On the Tools menu, click Options.
On the menu that opens from the Microsoft Office Button, click Word Options.
Right-click anywhere on the Ribbon and choose Word Options.
On the View tab, click Properties.
Authenticate your printed document as the original.
Add a dappled, waterlike finish to your printed document.
Communicate useful information or add visual interest in printed documents, without overpowering the main text.
Open the Header and Footer view, and then click the watermark.
Deletes tracked changes and comments.
Hides existing tracked changes and comments.
Stops tracking revisions.
There is no relationship.
Fields are equivalent to the columns in the recipient list.
Each field represents one cell in the recipient list.
As few columns as possible.
Enough columns to represent the smallest possible piece of recipient information.
Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then Word Options.
On the Mailings tab, click Start Mail Merge.
On the Insert tab, click Quick Parts.
Delete all the information in the recipient list for that person.
Delete the document addressed to that person when you preview the merge.
Use the check boxes in the Mail Merge Recipients dialog box.
Tabs, groups, and commands.
The Microsoft Office Button, tabs, and access keys.
Menus, toolbars, and commands.
On the Home tab.
On the Microsoft Office Button menu.
There's no equivalent; they're spread all over the Ribbon.
Navigation keys and Key Tips.
Shortcuts and Key Tips.
Combination keys that initiate a command and access keys that navigate the items on screen.
Combination keys that initiate a command and Key Tips.
Key Tips are great because you don't need to remember the relevant letters.
Key Tips involve pressing a combination of keys at the same time.
You must be on a tab before Key Tips appear.
It takes longer.
The menu must be open.
You have to know the exact keystrokes.
The Help window must be open.