Microsoft Word Quiz: MCQ Exam!

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Microsoft Word is part of the Microsoft Office suite, and this business and productivity software can perform a plethora of different tasks. It can create interesting documents. It can also support and save files as PDFs or send documents by e-mail through outlook directly after writing them. If you need to find out additional information about Microsoft Word, take this quiz and see if your answers compute.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What does 'Page Break' mean?

    • A.

      When your toolbar turns into a sausage

    • B.

      When you make a new document

    • C.

      When you break your page into two pages

    • D.

      When your desktop turns yellow

    • E.

      When you feel like a sandwich

    Correct Answer
    C. When you break your page into two pages
    Explanation
    The term "Page Break" refers to the action of dividing a page into two separate pages. This feature is commonly used in word processing software to control the layout and formatting of a document. By inserting a page break, the content after the break will start on a new page. This helps to organize and structure the document, especially when dealing with large amounts of text or when wanting to start a new section on a fresh page.

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  • 2. 

    What is a tab?

    • A.

      A plate of Wenslydale cheese

    • B.

      A vintage skirt

    • C.

      Something like mini-windows that enable you to switch quickly between them

    • D.

      A mouldy cabbage

    • E.

      A digital watch

    Correct Answer
    C. Something like mini-windows that enable you to switch quickly between them
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Something like mini-windows that enable you to switch quickly between them." This answer accurately describes what a tab is in the context of technology. Tabs are commonly used in web browsers and other software applications to open multiple windows or pages within a single interface, allowing users to easily switch between them without having to open separate windows or applications.

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  • 3. 

    What's the first button you press to insert a table?

    • A.

      Insert

    • B.

      The local carpenter's

    • C.

      The one on your shirt

    • D.

      Home

    • E.

      Save

    Correct Answer
    A. Insert
    Explanation
    To insert a table, the first button you press is "Insert". This button is commonly used in various software applications to add or insert different elements, such as tables, images, or shapes, into a document or file. In this context, pressing the "Insert" button would allow the user to add a table to their document or file.

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  • 4. 

    How do you make a mail-merge?

    • A.

      You go to the local postshop

    • B.

      Buy a stamp

    • C.

      Press 'Mailings'

    • D.

      Press 'Insert'

    • E.

      Ask your computer for one

    Correct Answer
    C. Press 'Mailings'
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Press 'Mailings'". This is because in order to make a mail-merge, you need to access the mail-merge function in your computer's software. Pressing 'Mailings' is the step that allows you to access this function and proceed with the mail-merge process.

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  • 5. 

    What is the difference between Superscript and Subscript?

    • A.

      One is some text under the main characters, and the other is a made-up type of tuna salad.

    • B.

      One is some text under the main characters, and the other is text above them.

    • C.

      They're both stupid things made up to make others to feel stupid.

    • D.

      One is bold writing, and the other is italic writing.

    • E.

      One is writing bigger then size 36, and one is smaller than size 36

    Correct Answer
    B. One is some text under the main characters, and the other is text above them.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that superscript is used for text above the main characters, while subscript is used for text below the main characters. This is commonly used in mathematical equations, chemical formulas, and footnotes.

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  • 6. 

    How do you change the brightness of a picture?

    • A.

      Go to 'Format'

    • B.

      Go to 'Ikea'

    • C.

      Go to 'Insert'

    • D.

      Go to 'References'

    • E.

      Go to 'Page layout'

    Correct Answer
    A. Go to 'Format'
    Explanation
    To change the brightness of a picture, you need to go to the 'Format' tab. This tab typically contains various options and tools to modify the appearance of the picture, including brightness adjustments.

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  • 7. 

    How do you insert shapes?

    • A.

      Go to 'Mailings'

    • B.

      Go to 'Shapes'

    • C.

      Go to 'Maths teacher'

    • D.

      Go to 'Help'

    • E.

      Go to 'Insert'

    Correct Answer
    E. Go to 'Insert'
    Explanation
    To insert shapes, you need to go to the 'Insert' tab. This tab contains various options for inserting different elements into your document, including shapes. By selecting the 'Insert' tab, you will be able to access the shape options and choose the desired shape to insert into your document.

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  • 8. 

    What is 'Strike-through'?

    • A.

      A thing in Baseball when you hit the ball at the pins

    • B.

      Something that makes you feel sick

    • C.

      When you underline text

    • D.

      When you put a line through the text

    • E.

      When you put all your text in a line

    Correct Answer
    D. When you put a line through the text
    Explanation
    Strike-through refers to the act of putting a line through the text. This formatting technique is commonly used to indicate that the text has been deleted or is no longer valid. It is often used in editing documents or making corrections to emphasize that certain information should be disregarded. By visually crossing out the text, strike-through helps to draw attention to the fact that the content has been changed or removed.

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  • 9. 

    What is the tab you press to insert a symbol?

    • A.

      Symbols

    • B.

      Shapes

    • C.

      Other

    • D.

      Insert

    • E.

      Pictures

    Correct Answer
    D. Insert
    Explanation
    You press the "Insert" tab to insert a symbol. This tab typically contains various options for inserting different types of content into a document, including symbols.

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  • 10. 

    Which of the following is not a file format that you can publish in from Word (via 'save as')?

    • A.

      PDF

    • B.

      XPS

    • C.

      Word 97

    • D.

      Word 03

    • E.

      Powerpoint

    Correct Answer
    E. Powerpoint
    Explanation
    The question asks for a file format that cannot be published from Word via 'save as'. The correct answer is "Powerpoint". This means that you cannot directly save a Word document as a Powerpoint file format.

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