"C:\ Drive" and My Computer
Program Files and User Files
My Pictures and My Music
My Documents and Desktop
All of the above
Unplug the power cord from the back of the workstation.
Click on Start, Program Files, Programs, then click "Stop All."
Press the power button on the front of the workstation.
Ctrl + Alt + Delete, then choose "Power Off" from one of the options.
Click on Start, Shut Down, then click Shut down from the drop-down dialog box.
Go to Programs, Start, then click on Microsoft Office, then choose Word.
Go to My Computer, click on the "C:\" drive, then press the Enter key. When this is opened, you should see the icon for Word. Click on that.
Click on Start, click on Programs, expand Programs until the full list of applications is displayed. There, in the list, is Microsoft Word along with the other Office applications.
Click on Search, then Find, then type in the name of the application.
Ask the IS Manager.
None of the above
None of the above
No, you can only change text alignment from the Format menu.
Yes, these are two of the ways that you can format the text.
Yes, but this will also affect the result of a formula.
No, you shouldn't align the text to anything but the default set for Excel.
Changing the text alignment will affect the alignment of surrounding cells.
An Excel workbook can not contain more than one worksheet.
Text can be rotated in a cell.
There are at least three ways in which the contents of a cell can be copied then pasted into another cell.
Populated cells (containing either a border, text or number) that are outside of the print range will be automatically adjusted into the page when printing.
The only downside to Excel is that it does not have a "spell check" function.
No, your only choice is to use the "Fit to page" option when printing.
Yes, so long as you tell Excel to fit the contents of the cells outside of the print range into the printed area.
Yes. You can do this by clicking on Print Preview, click on Margins, then click and drag the margins toward the outside of the page.
Select the column or columns into which you would like to add rows, then right-click and choose Insert from the list of options.
Select the row or rows into which you would like to add columns, then right-click and choose Insert from the list of options.
Right click on the cells into which you would like to add a row, then choose Insert from the list of options.
Right click on the row or rows, select Insert from the list of options.
Right click on the sheet you would like to insert new cells, then choose Add from the list of options.
Highlight the populated cell or cells, right click and choose Copy, then right click and choose Paste into the cell or cells of your choice.
Highlight only the first cell within a range of cells, click on Cut from the toolbar then highlight the other cells and click on Paste from the toolbar.
Press 'ctrl + x' in the populated cell or cells, then 'ctrl + v' into the empty cell or cells.
Right click on the cell or cells in question, then choose Cut; right click on the empty cell or cells then choose Paste.
You can't cut and paste data from one cell to another, since the formula will not be copied over in the process.
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