Using the mouse to select "Start"
Pressing the power button on both the computer and the monitor
Double clicking the Internet Explorer icon
The initial screen showing icons for folders, files, and applications.
The part of your work area where the computer monitor sits.
Something that can and should be ignored by most users.
The list of all the contents on a particular computer.
A disk on which data can be stored.
Another term for a display screen.
A computer network that spans a relatively small area.
A system tool that allows a user to set certain settings.
Scroll slowly through a window.
Expand a window to fill the entire screen.
Return a window to its original size.
Reduce a window to a button on the taskbar,
Maybe - depends on the type of file
Only to select an email address
Internal hard disk
There are no equivalent keystrokes for the particular command.
The command is not currently accessible.
A dialog box appears if the command is selected.
A help window appears when the command is selected.
Cut removes selected text, and copy removes selected text.
They serve the same purpose.
Cut removes selected text while copy duplicates specific text.
Cut duplicates selected text while copy removes specific text.
Search for text strings and replace it with new text strings.
Search for mispellings.
Search word forms and suggest synonyms and antonyms.
Search for proper nouns.
Time because it prints faster.
Paper because you can print on both sides.
Time because it eliminates proofreading.
Time and paper by helping you catch errors before printing a hard copy.
Use the footer.
Use the header.
Use the top margin.
Use the bottom margin.
Search and Replace
Use the space bar.
Use the one-half inch preset tab stops.
Use the end key.
Set a tab stop at 3 inches.
First line indent.
Left aligned text.
Character formatting refers to the appearance of text on the page.
Character formatting refers to changing the default side margins.
Headers and footers are examples of character formatting.
Printing is an example of character formatting.
A dark border
A dotted border
A blinking border
All of the above
Double click any cell in the column
Drag from top cell in the column to last cell in the column
Click the column heading
Click the column label
Page Break Preview
Hold down the SHIFT key
Hold down the ALT key
Hold down the CTRL key
Hold down the CTRL+SHIFT
Nothing will print
Only the cells with gray background will print
The whole sheet will print
Only the cells with white background will print
None of the above