Basic Vocabulary Quiz On MS Word!

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Basic Vocabulary Quiz On MS Word! - Quiz

Microsoft Word is a word processing application developed by Microsoft, for the Windows which is included in all editions of the MS Office suite. The basic and useful features such as spellchecking, auto-correct, text formatting, styles, and custom page layouts are essential tools for editing. But, do you really know the basic vocabulary terms related to MS Word? If not, then do attempt this quiz to test your knowledge and learn. So, let's try out the quiz. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    To make changes in a document

    • A.

      Edit

    • B.

      Save

    • C.

      Print

    • D.

      Font

    • E.

      Select

    Correct Answer
    A. Edit
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "edit" because editing refers to the process of making changes or modifications to a document. This can include adding, deleting, or modifying text, images, or formatting. Editing is a fundamental function in document processing and allows users to revise and update the content according to their needs.

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  • 2. 

    To store information for later use on a floppy disk, hard drive or CD

    • A.

      Save

    • B.

      Format

    • C.

      Select

    • D.

      Document

    • E.

      Print

    Correct Answer
    A. Save
    Explanation
    To store information for later use on a floppy disk, hard drive, or CD, the most appropriate action would be to "save" the document. Saving allows the user to preserve the data and store it in a specific location, such as a storage device, for future access. This ensures that the information is not lost and can be retrieved whenever needed. Formatting, selecting, printing, or creating a document are not directly related to storing information for later use.

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  • 3. 

    A style of text that makes a letter or word stand out in a document

    • A.

      Select

    • B.

      Bold

    • C.

      Alignment

    • D.

      Font

    • E.

      Format

    Correct Answer
    B. Bold
    Explanation
    Bold is a style of text that makes a letter or word stand out in a document. It is used to emphasize important information or headings. By making the text bold, it appears thicker and darker than the surrounding text, thus drawing attention to it. This formatting option is commonly used in various documents such as reports, presentations, and articles to highlight key points or headings.

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  • 4. 

    The name given to the different ways text can look

    • A.

      Italics

    • B.

      Bold

    • C.

      Font

    • D.

      Alignment

    • E.

      Format

    Correct Answer
    C. Font
    Explanation
    The term "font" refers to the different styles and designs of text, including its size, weight, and appearance. It encompasses various aspects such as italics, bold, and alignment, which are all different ways text can look. Therefore, font is the correct answer as it encompasses the different ways text can be presented visually.

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  • 5. 

    To choose part of a document to work with by dragging over it with the mouse to highlight the text

    • A.

      Select

    • B.

      Line spacing

    • C.

      Format

    • D.

      Alignment

    • E.

      Text

    Correct Answer
    A. Select
    Explanation
    The action described in the question is the process of selecting a specific part of a document by dragging the mouse over it to highlight the text. This action is commonly referred to as "selecting" in document editing software. The other options listed, such as line spacing, format, alignment, and text, do not accurately describe the action of choosing a part of the document by dragging the mouse.

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  • 6. 

    The term given to the words on a page

    • A.

      Text

    • B.

      Document

    • C.

      Print

    • D.

      Bold

    • E.

      Edit

    Correct Answer
    A. Text
    Explanation
    The term "text" refers to the words on a page, regardless of whether they are printed or displayed digitally. It encompasses all written or typed content that can be read and understood by individuals. "Document" refers to a file or record that contains text and other elements, such as images or formatting. "Print" refers to the act of producing a physical copy of text or images. "Bold" refers to a formatting option that makes text appear thicker and more prominent. "Edit" refers to the process of making changes or corrections to text or other content.

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  • 7. 

    The distance between lines of text

    • A.

      Line spacing

    • B.

      Format

    • C.

      Alignment

    • D.

      Bold

    • E.

      Highlight

    Correct Answer
    A. Line spacing
    Explanation
    Line spacing refers to the vertical distance between lines of text in a document. It determines the amount of space left between each line, allowing for better readability and organization of the text. By adjusting the line spacing, users can control the amount of white space between lines, making the text more compact or more spread out. This feature is commonly used in formatting documents to improve legibility and aesthetics.

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  • 8. 

    The protect document option can be found in the __________ tab of the ribbon.

    • A.

      Insert

    • B.

      References 

    • C.

      Review

    • D.

      Developer 

    Correct Answer
    C. Review
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Review" because the "Review" tab in the ribbon typically contains options related to proofreading, editing, and reviewing documents. The "Protect Document" option would likely be found in this tab as it relates to reviewing and securing the document.

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  • 9. 

    What is the default font of a Microsoft Word 2007 document

    • A.

      Calibri

    • B.

      Vrinda 

    • C.

      Times New Roman 

    • D.

      Cambria 

    Correct Answer
    A. Calibri
    Explanation
    Calibri is the default font of a Microsoft Word 2007 document. This means that when you open a new document in Word 2007, the text will automatically be displayed in Calibri font. It is a modern, clean, and easy-to-read font that is widely used in professional documents. Calibri replaced Times New Roman as the default font in Microsoft Office 2007 to provide a more contemporary look and improve readability.

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  • 10. 

    Which command executes a new Word file in a windows machine 

    • A.

      Word 

    • B.

      Msword

    • C.

      Winword 

    • D.

      None of the above 

    Correct Answer
    C. Winword 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "winword". This is because "winword" is the command that executes a new Word file in a Windows machine. The other options, "word" and "msword", are not valid commands for executing a Word file. Therefore, the correct answer is "winword".

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