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## Enhanced Computer Concepts And Microsoft Office 2013 Illustrated 1st Edition By by June Jamrich Parsons -Test Bank A+

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Enhanced Computer Concepts And Microsoft Office 2013 Illustrated 1st Edition By by June Jamrich Parsons -Test Bank A+
1. An Excel complex formula uses more than one arithmetic operator.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.106 – Create a complex formula by pointing

2. According to the order of precedence for arithmetic operators, operations contained within parentheses are performed last.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.106 – Create a complex formula by pointing

3. With Auto Fill, dragging the fill handle on a cell copies the cell’s contents or continues a series of data into adjacent cells.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.107 – Use the fill handle and Auto Fill

4. Using the order of precedence for arithmetic operators, these two formulas will calculate the same result: =22/2*5 =22/(2*5).

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.106 – Create a complex formula by pointing

5. =D8+E8*0.5 is a complex formula.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.106 – Create a complex formula by pointing

6. Predefined formulas in Excel are called functions and can be accessed using the Insert Function button.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 28 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.108 – Use the Insert Function button

7. When using the Insert Function button or the AutoSum list arrow, it is necessary to type the equal sign.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 28 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.108 – Use the Insert Function button

8. The COUNT function in Excel returns the number of all cells in a range that contain any type of data.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 30 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.109 – Select a function by typing

9. Using the Cut command completely removes data from its original location, while the Copy command leaves information in its original location.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 32 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.110 – Copy cell contents

10. An absolute cell reference changes the cell references when the formula is copied to a new location.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 34 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.111 – Identify when to use absolute or relative cell references

11. According to the order of precedence, the formula =(25*2)/5 would calculate the result of 10. _________________________

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.106 – Create a complex formula by pointing

12. Clicking the Minimize button minimizes the Function Arguments dialog box so you can select cells in a worksheet. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – Collapse POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 28 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.108 – Use the Insert Function button

13. To insert the AVERAGE function into a cell, click the cell, click the Function Options list arrow in the Editing group on the HOME tab, and then click Average. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – AutoSum POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 28 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.112 – Select a function from the AutoSum list arrow

14. Excel’s Formula AutoComplete feature suggests functions depending on the letters typed by the user. _________________________

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 30 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.113 – Use AutoComplete to copy formulas

15. You can close the Office Clipboard pane by clicking the dialog box launcher in the Clipboard group. _________________________

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 32 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.114 – Copy a range to the Clipboard

16. When pasting an item from the Office Clipboard or Clipboard into a worksheet, you only need to specify the lower-right cell of the range where you want to paste the selection. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – upper-left, upper left POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 32 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.115 – Paste a Clipboard entry

17. A cell reference that does not change when it is copied is called a(n) relative cell reference. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – absolute POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 34 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencing

18. In this formula, =(A6*A8)+\$D\$1, the cell references A6 and A8 are relative cell references. _________________________

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 34 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencing

19. A(n) mixed reference means that either the column or row reference in the formula is absolute, but not both. _________________________

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 35 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencing

20. After you use the fill handle to copy cell contents, the Quick Copy Options button appears, which can be used to fill the cells with only specific elements of the copied cell, if you wish. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – Auto Fill Options POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 36 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.117 – Use the Fill button

21. In the formula =D1+C1/F3, which calculation will be performed first?

 a. C1/F3 b. D1+C1 c. D1/F3 d. D1+F3

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.106 – Create a complex formula by pointing

22. Which of the following is a complex formula?

 a. =SUM(B4:B8) b. =(B4/B8)*10 c. =AVERAGE(C6:D6) d. =MIN(D5:D7)

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.106 – Create a complex formula by pointing

23. In the formula =(G15-G14)*\$M\$3/4, which mathematical operation is performed first?

 a. \$M\$3/4 b. (G15-G14)*\$M\$3 c. (G15-G14) d. (G15-G14)/4

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.106 – Create a complex formula by pointing

24. How can the order of precedence in this formula, =C12+C13*F4, be changed so that cells C12 and C13 are added together as the first operation that occurs?

 a. =C12+(C13*F4) b. =(C12+C13)*F4 c. =\$C12+\$C13*F4 d. =C12*F4+C13

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.106 – Create a complex formula by pointing

25. All functions begin with the formula prefix ____.

 a. @ (at symbol) b. = (equals sign) c. # (number symbol) d. + (plus sign)

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 28 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.118 – Select a range for use in a function

26. In Excel, MAX and AVERAGE are examples of ____.

 a. functions b. arguments c. lists d. buttons

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 28Excel 30 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.108 – Use the Insert Function buttonENHC.PARS.16.109 – Select a function by typing

27. In the accompanying figure, the dialog box illustrates what element of a function?

 a. arithmetic operator b. argument c. order of precedence d. range

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 29 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.108 – Use the Insert Function button

28. Functions can be entered for formulas using all of the following methods except ____.

 a. the Insert Function dialog box b. the AutoSum button c. typing the function d. typing the function argument

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 30 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.109 – Select a function by typing

29. The COUNTA function is used to count the number of cells in a range that contain which type of data?

 a. numbers b. dates c. formulas d. All of the above.

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 30 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.109 – Select a function by typing

30. Which method of entering a function requires the user to know the name and initial characters of a function?

 a. manually typing the function b. using the Insert Function button c. using the Sum button d. using the Sum list arrow

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 30 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.109 – Select a function by typing

31. When cells are copied using Excel’s copy function, what happens to the data in the copied cells?

 a. The data is permanently deleted from the copied cells. b. The data is temporarily deleted from the copied cells. c. The data remains in its original location. d. The data is moved to another location and removed from its original location.

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 32 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.114 – Copy a range to the Clipboard

32. Once the Office Clipboard reaches its maximum of 24 items, how does it handle new items that are copied or cut?

 a. The user sees a “clipboard full” message. b. The clipboard automatically deletes all items and starts over with the new item. c. The clipboard prompts the user to delete items. d. The clipboard automatically deletes the oldest item on the clipboard.

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 32 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.114 – Copy a range to the Clipboard

33. When cells or rows are inserted or deleted in an Excel worksheet, how are cell references affected by the insertion or deletion?

 a. Cell references are not affected. b. The user must insert new cell references. c. The user is prompted to enter new cell references. d. Cell references are automatically adjusted.

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 33 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.119 – Empty cell contents

34. Which tab and group will allow the insertion of rows and columns in a worksheet?

 a. HOME tab, Styles group b. PAGE LAYOUT tab, Page Format group c. HOME tab, Cells group d. PAGE LAYOUT tab, Cells group

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 33 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.110 – Copy cell contents

35. In the accompanying figure, the item marked as 1 points to the ____ button.

 a. Sum b. Cut c. Paste d. Copy

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 33 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.115 – Paste a Clipboard entry

36. In the accompanying figure, the item marked as 2 points to the ____ button.

 a. Copy b. Cut c. Paste d. Undo

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 33 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.114 – Copy a range to the Clipboard

37. In the accompanying figure, the item marked number ____ indicates the Clipboard dialog box launcher.

 a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 5

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 33 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.114 – Copy a range to the Clipboard

38. In the accompanying figure, the item marked 5 indicates which element of the Excel window?

 a. worksheet b. Clipboard task pane c. workbook d. notes pane

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 33 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.114 – Copy a range to the Clipboard

39. To insert cells, click the Insert list arrow in the Cells group on the ____ tab, then click Insert Cells.

 a. HOME b. CELLS c. INSERT d. TOOLS

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 33 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.110 – Copy cell contents

40. You can create an absolute cell reference by placing a ____ in front of both the column letter and the row number of the cell address.

 a. % b. & c. \$ d. @

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 34 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencing

41. Which type of cell reference preserves the exact cell address in a formula?

 a. absolute b. mixed c. relative d. All of the above.

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 34 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencing

42. An Excel user should use a relative cell reference when it is important to ____.

 a. preserve the relationship to the formula location b. never change the formula c. preserve the exact cell address in a formula d. memorize the formula

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 34 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.111 – Identify when to use absolute or relative cell references

43. Which formula contains a mixed cell reference?

 a. =(A6+A7)*0.20 b. =(\$A\$6+A7)*0.20 c. =(\$A\$6+\$A\$7)*0.20 d. =(\$A6+\$A\$7)*0.20

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 35 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencing

44. Which function key on the keyboard allows the Excel user to cycle through all possible combinations of relative, mixed, and absolute cell references for a formula?

 a. [F1] b. [F4] c. [F10] d. [F12]

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 35 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencing

45. A(n) ____ cell reference tells Excel to substitute new cell references within the copied formulas as necessary.

 a. mixed b. absolute c. relative d. parameter

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 36 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.120 – Copy and paste formulas with relative cell references

46. Which of the following is NOT a Paste list arrow option?

 a. pasting values only b. pasting values with number formatting c. pasting cell selectors d. pasting formulas only

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 37 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.120 – Copy and paste formulas with relative cell references

47. Which keyboard shortcut turns on Edit mode?

 a. [F1] b. [F2] c. [F4] d. [F8]

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 38 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.121 – Create an absolute cell reference

48. To continue a sequence in adjacent cells, such as months of the year, use the ____ feature of Excel.

 a. SUM function b. redo c. fill handle d. copy/paste

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 39 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.122 – Use the fill handle to copy absolute cell references

49. In the formula =ROUND(D4:F4,0), what does the zero indicate?

 a. The number of decimal places in the rounded number. b. The number of times the formula should be repeated. c. A null value. d. The value for cell F4.

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 40 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.123 – Use Formula AutoComplete to insert a function

50. Excel templates make creating a professional looking spreadsheet easier by including all of the following EXCEPT ____ in the template.

 a. formulas b. formatting c. labels d. data

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 41 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.123 – Use Formula AutoComplete to insert a function

51. Excel templates include which of these common documents?

 a. budgets b. balance sheets c. time cards d. All of the above.

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 41 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.124 – Copy an edited formula

52. The file extension .xltx indicates what type of Excel file?

 a. Excel template b. Excel workbook c. Excel worksheet d. Excel formulas only worksheet

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 41 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.124 – Copy an edited formula

53. The default file extension for an Excel 2013 workbook is ____.

 a. .xltx b. .xslx c. .xlsx d. .xlts

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 41 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.124 – Copy an edited formula

54. The formula =A4+A8*(\$B\$12) is an example of a(n) ____________________ formula.

 ANSWER: complex POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.106 – Create a complex formula by pointing

55. A(n) ____________________ is a predefined worksheet formula that enables Excel users to easily perform complex calculations.

 ANSWER: function POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 28 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.108 – Use the Insert Function button

56. The ____________________ button on the formula bar is one way to easily insert a function into a worksheet cell.

 ANSWER: Insert Function POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 28 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.108 – Use the Insert Function button

57. The = sign is also called the ____________________ and is automatically inserted when a function is selected.

 ANSWER: formula prefix POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 28 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.108 – Use the Insert Function button

58. Excel’s ____________________ feature suggests functions depending on the first letters typed by the user.

 ANSWER: Formula AutoCompleteFormula Auto Complete POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 30 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.113 – Use AutoComplete to copy formulas

59. The Office Clipboard contains up to 24 of the most recently cut or copied items from any Office application, and the items may be viewed using the ____________________ feature of Office.

 ANSWER: Clipboard task pane POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 32 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.114 – Copy a range to the Clipboard

60. When copying or moving formulas in an Excel worksheet, the default type of cell reference is ____________________.

 ANSWER: relative POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 34 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencing

61. The \$ symbol placed before a row or column address indicates a(n) ____________________ cell reference.

 ANSWER: absolute POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 34 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencing

62. To complete the days of the week sequence that begins with the days Monday, Tuesday; the Excel user would select the cells containing Monday and Tuesday and use the ____________________ to complete the sequence.

 ANSWER: fill handle POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 39 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.122 – Use the fill handle to copy absolute cell references

63. The ____________________ function specifies the number of decimal places to be used for values and formulas.

 ANSWER: ROUND POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 40 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.123 – Use Formula AutoComplete to insert a function

64. Discuss how the order of precedence works in the formula =25+2/3 and =(25+2)/3. Describe the order of calculations in your answer.

 ANSWER: The order of precedence in Excel is that operations in parentheses are calculated first, then exponents, then multiplication and division, then addition and subtraction. Multiplication and division are calculated left to right, as are addition and subtraction. In the formula =25+2/3, 2 is divided by 3 first, then that value is added to 25. In the formula =(25+2)/3, 25 is added to 2 first, because it is in parentheses, then that value is divided by 3. The formulas will have two different results. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 26 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.106 – Create a complex formula by pointing TOPICS: Critical Thinking

65. Excel Unit B demonstrated the use of several functions: AVERAGE, MAX, COUNT, and COUNTA. Explain how the COUNT and COUNTA functions work.

 ANSWER: After the Excel user selects a range of cells, the COUNT function returns the number of cells in the range that contains any numeric data such as numbers, dates, and formulas. The COUNTA function returns the number of cells in the range that contains any kind of data, including labels and blank spaces. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 30 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.109 – Select a function by typing TOPICS: Critical Thinking

66. Discuss the difference between a relative cell reference and an absolute cell reference. Include the following information in your answer: how the two types of cell addresses are designated, what happens when each type of cell reference is copied, and when it is appropriate to use each type of reference.

 ANSWER: A relative cell reference is used when the relationship to the formula must be preserved; it is the most commonly used type of cell reference in Excel. An absolute cell reference is used when the exact cell reference must be maintained in all formulas referencing the cell address. Absolute cell references do not change even if formulas are copied to other locations. Relative cell addresses change when copied to reflect the appropriate column and row where the formula is being copied. The \$ symbol placed before a column letter or row number in a cell address makes that portion of the cell reference absolute. It is appropriate to use an absolute cell reference (or mixed cell reference) when the value of a column, row, or cell address MUST be used in a formula. All other times, relative cell references may be used. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 34Excel 38 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencing TOPICS: Critical Thinking

67. Explain the use of the fill handle to fill cells with sequential information.

 ANSWER: Often, you need to fill cells with sequential text: months of the year, days of the week, years, or text plus a number (Quarter 1, Quarter 2,…). For example, you might want to create a worksheet that calculates data for every month of the year. Using the fill handle, you can quickly and easily create labels for the months of the year just by typing “January” in a cell. Drag the fill handle from the cell containing “January” until you have all the monthly labels you need. You can also easily fill cells with a date sequence by dragging the fill handle on a single cell containing a date. You can fill cells with a number sequence (such as 1, 2, 3,…) by dragging the fill handle on a selection of two or more cells that contain the sequence. To create a number sequence using the value in a single cell, press and hold [Ctrl] as you drag the fill handle of the cell. As you drag the fill handle, Excel automatically extends the existing sequence into the additional cells. (The content of the last filled cell appears in the ScreenTip.) To examine all the fill series options for the current selection, click the Fill button in the Editing group on the HOME tab, then click Series to open the Series dialog box. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 39 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.122 – Use the fill handle to copy absolute cell references TOPICS: Critical Thinking

68. Discuss the use of an Excel template to create a workbook.

 ANSWER: Excel templates are predesigned workbook files intended to save time when you create common documents such as balance sheets, budgets, or time cards. Templates contain labels, values, formulas, and formatting, so all you have to do is customize them with your own information. Excel comes with many templates, and you can also create your own or find additional templates on the Web. Unlike a typical workbook, which has the file extension .xlsx, a template has the extension .xltx. To create a workbook using a template, click the FILE tab, then click New on the navigation bar. The New pane in Backstage view lists templates available through Office.com. The Blank workbook template is selected by default and is used to create a blank workbook with no content or special formatting. A preview of the selected template appears in a separate window on top of the New pane. To select a template, click one of the selections in the New pane, then click Create. When you click Create, a new workbook is created based on the template; when you save the new file in the default format, it has the regular .xlsx extension. To save a workbook of your own as a template, open the Save As dialog box, click the Save as type list arrow, then change the file type to Excel Template. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 41 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.123 – Use Formula AutoComplete to insert a function TOPICS: Critical Thinking

 Critical Thinking QuestionsCase 1-1You have created a simple worksheet like the one in the accompanying figure to help you keep track of your available funds based on your monthly costs for rent, gas, food, and entertainment.

69. Write a formula using an absolute cell reference that would return the value shown in cell C6 in the accompanying figure.

 a. =\$B\$3-B6 c. =B\$3-B6 b. =\$B\$4-B6 d. =\$B\$9-B6

 ANSWER: A POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 34 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencing TOPICS: Critical Thinking

70. Which function can be used to eliminate the two decimal places in all cells with values that include decimal places in the accompanying figure?

 a. VARY c. SIGDIGIT b. ROUND d. MIN

 ANSWER: B POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 40 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.123 – Use Formula AutoComplete to insert a function TOPICS: Critical Thinking

71. In the accompanying figure, the formula in cell C7 can be copied to cells C8 and C9. What Excel feature would you use to accomplish this?

 a. formula painter c. fill handle b. formula copier d. formula index

 ANSWER: C POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Excel 39 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.122 – Use the fill handle to copy absolute cell references TOPICS: Critical Thinking

Identify the letter of the choice that best matches the phrase or definition.

 a. drag-and-drop method b. template c. COUNT d. \$G\$6 e. \$G6 f. relative g. Paste list arrow h. AVERAGE

 REFERENCES: Excel 32Excel 41Excel 30Excel 34Excel 35Excel 37Excel 28 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.108 – Use the Insert Function buttonENHC.PARS.16.109 – Select a function by typingENHC.PARS.16.114 – Copy a range to the ClipboardENHC.PARS.16.116 – Identify cell referencingENHC.PARS.16.123 – Use Formula AutoComplete to insert a functionENHC.PARS.16.125 – Examine Auto Fill and Paste Options

72. Allows the user to move or copy data from one cell to another without using the Clipboard.

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1

73. Predesigned workbook files that contain labels, values, formulas, and formatting.

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1

74. The Excel function that returns the number of cells in a range containing numeric data.

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1

75. Absolute cell reference.

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1

76. Mixed cell reference.

 ANSWER: e POINTS: 1

77. The type of cell reference used to preserve the relationship to the formula location.

 ANSWER: f POINTS: 1

78. The Excel feature used to selectively copy formulas, values, etc. by choosing options such as “paste formulas only.”

 ANSWER: g POINTS: 1

79. A statistical function.

 ANSWER: h POINTS: 1

PowerPoint_2013_Unit_C_Inserting_Objects_into_a_Presentation

1. When you import a Microsoft Word or a Rich Text Format document into a presentation, PowerPoint creates an outline structure based on the styles in the document.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.289 – Create slides using Outline view

2. You can use the Slide Sorter view to move slides around in a presentation.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.290 – Move and delete slides

3. Before you insert an outline into a presentation, you need to determine where you want the new slides to be placed.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.289 – Create slides using Outline view

4. Paragraphs with one tab indent become slide titles when you insert text from Microsoft Word into PowerPoint.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.289 – Create slides using Outline view

5. The cropped portion of a picture is no longer available to you if you change your mind and want to show that part of the picture again.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.291 – Resize and move a picture

6. You can use PowerPoint slides as graphics and later use them in other presentations, in graphics programs, and on Web pages.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 53 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.292 – Insert and format a picture

7. Both types of text boxes can be formatted and edited just like any other text object.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 54 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.293 – Format text in a text box

8. To change text box defaults, press [Shift], right-click the formatted text box, release [Shift], and then click Set as Default Text Box on the shortcut menu.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 55 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.293 – Format text in a text box

9. Click a chart in the PowerPoint window and then move your pointer over each bar in the chart to see the data source values.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 58 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.294 – Change chart data values

10. You cannot add hyperlinks to charts in PowerPoint.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 59 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.295 – Format a chart

11. When you insert text from Microsoft Word paragraphs with tabs become slide titles. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – without POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.289 – Create slides using Outline view

12. BMP and JPEG are graphics format choices. _________________________

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.292 – Insert and format a picture

13. You can hide a portion of a picture you don’t want to be seen by cropping it. _________________________

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.291 – Resize and move a picture

14. You can create an individual text box by clicking the Data button in the Text group on the INSERT tab of the Ribbon. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – Text Box POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 54 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.296 – Insert a text box

15. In a worksheet, the boxes with the letters across the top are column headings. _________________________

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

16. The Center chart type shows changes in values in relation to a center point. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – Radar POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 57 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

17. To insert slides from another presentation into a current presentation, click the New Slide list arrow in the Slides group, then click Insert Slides. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – Reuse POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.298 – Insert slides from another presentation

18. After you insert a table, the TABLE TOOLS DISPLAY tab and the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab opens on the Ribbon. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – DESIGN POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 62 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.299 – Insert a table

19. The Large resolution setting, Computer & HD Displays (1280 x 720), is used for viewing on a computer monitor, projector, or other high definition displays. _________________________

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 65 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.300 – Create, format, and resize WordArt

20. The SmartArt text styles and effects include text shadows, reflections, glows, bevels, 3D rotations, and transformations. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – WordArt POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 64 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.300 – Create, format, and resize WordArt

21. The ____ button resets slide placeholders to their default position, size, and text formatting.

 a. Default b. Reset c. Restore d. Renew

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.290 – Move and delete slides

22. In PowerPoint, you can insert documents saved in all of the following formats EXCEPT ____.

 a. .docx b. .dot c. .rtf d. .txt

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.289 – Create slides using Outline view

23. Although your e-mail program allows you to attach files, you can send a presentation using Outlook from within PowerPoint. Click the FILE tab, click Share, click E-mail in the center pane, then click Send as ____.

 a. Attachment b. File c. Folder d. Presentation

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 51 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.289 – Create slides using Outline view

24. You can insert ____ different kinds of pictures into PowerPoint.

 a. 14 b. 17 c. 19 d. 20

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.292 – Insert and format a picture

25. The Corrections button is in the ____ group.

 a. Color b. Adjust c. Format d. Illustrations

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.292 – Insert and format a picture

26. All of the following are graphics file formats EXCEPT ____.

 a. TIFF b. PNG c. BMP d. HTML

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 53 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.292 – Insert and format a picture

27. A ____ can be inserted using the Text Box button.

 a. word processing box b. text label c. Either a or b. d. Neither a nor b.

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 54 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.296 – Insert a text box

28. Right-click a slide in the Thumbnails pane and then click ____ to create an exact copy of a slide.

 a. Copy Slide b. Duplicate Slide c. Exact Copy d. Mimic Slide

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

29. PowerPoint uses ____ to create numerical charts.

 a. SmartChart b. SmartArt c. Excel d. Tables

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

30. The default 2D chart in the Insert Chart dialog box is the ____ chart.

 a. Line b. Bar c. Clustered Column d. Pie

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

31. Cells in the first or top row of a chart are ____ names and provide further information about the data.

 a. category b. value c. legend d. heading

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

32. You can insert a chart using the Insert Chart button in the ____ group, on the INSERT tab.

 a. Illustrations b. Chart Tools c. Insert d. Pictures

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

33. Every chart has a corresponding ____ that contains the numerical data displayed by the chart.

 a. legend b. worksheet c. axis d. series

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

34. A(n) ____ is an example of a data series marker.

 a. pie wedge b. active cell c. legend d. axis

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

35. The items shown in the accompanying figure are assorted ____ types.

 a. table b. column c. chart d. graphic

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 57 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

36. Among the options shown in the accompanying figure, the ____ option tracks values over time.

 a. Bar b. Area c. Pie d. Line

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 57 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

37. Among the options shown in the accompanying figure, the ____ option shows changes in values in relation to a center point.

 a. Doughnut b. Radar c. Bubble d. Surface

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 57 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

38. In the accompanying chart, the words “Suite, Food, and Overall” label the ____.

 a. horizontal axis b. value axis c. category axis d. legend

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 59 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.295 – Format a chart

39. In the accompanying chart, the percentages listed vertically along the left edge of the chart make up the y-axis. This y-axis is also called the ____.

 a. horizontal axis b. value axis c. category axis d. legend

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 59 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.295 – Format a chart

40. In the accompanying figure, along the bottom edge of the chart there is a small blue colored square with the word “Prairie” next to it. This square and label is part of the ____.

 a. map b. legend c. label set d. series set

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 59 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.295 – Format a chart

41. To add a hyperlink to a slide, use the Hyperlink button in the Links group on the ____ tab.

 a. ARRANGE b. INSERT c. WEB d. OPTIONS

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 59 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.295 – Format a chart

42. By using the Reuse Slides pane, you can insert slides from another presentation or a network location called a ____.

 a. Slide Gallery b. Slide Library c. Slide Deck d. Slide Index

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.298 – Insert slides from another presentation

43. When you insert a slide from another presentation, the new slide has the design style and formatting of the ____ presentation.

 a. destination b. library c. source d. baseline

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.298 – Insert slides from another presentation

44. To copy noncontiguous slides, open Slide Sorter view, click the first slide thumbnail, press and hold ____, click each additional slide thumbnail, release the key, and then click the Copy button.

 a. [Alt] b. [Shift] c. [Ctrl] d. [Esc]

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.298 – Insert slides from another presentation

45. To display multiple presentation windows side by side, click the VIEW tab in any presentation window, and then click the ____ button in the Window group.

 a. Display All b. Arrange All c. Show All d. Present All

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 61 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.298 – Insert slides from another presentation

46. When working with a table, press ____ to move to the next line within the same cell.

 a. Tab b. Enter c. Shift-Enter d. Spacebar

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 62 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.301 – Add text to a table

47. Once you have created a table, the ____ tab appears on the Ribbon.

 a. TABLE TOOLS b. TABLE TOOLS STYLES c. TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT d. TABLE OPTION

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 62 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.299 – Insert a table

48. The WordArt text styles and effects include ____.

 a. fonts b. glows c. sepias d. bubbles

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 64 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.300 – Create, format, and resize WordArt

49. You can format any text with a WordArt style. Select the text, click the DRAWING TOOLS ____ tab on the Ribbon, then click a WordArt style option in the WordArt Styles group.

 a. HOME b. FORMAT c. DESIGN d. EDIT

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 64 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.300 – Create, format, and resize WordArt

50. You can save your PowerPoint presentation as a full-____ video, which incorporates all slide timings, transitions, animations, and narrations.

 a. blown b. fidelity c. wireless d. definition

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 65 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.300 – Create, format, and resize WordArt

 Case-Based Critical Thinking QuestionsCase 3-1 Maureen is planning a cruise for her family’s upcoming reunion. She wants to e-mail images of the cruise ship to her siblings, who live in other parts of the country. She decides to use PowerPoint 2013 to create a quick presentation to share with them.

51. Maureen downloads three pictures of cabin sizes for her siblings to vote on. She inserts one picture per slide. The third picture shows two views of the same room that Maureen thinks might be confusing, so she ____.

 a. covers the unwanted area of the third picture with crop marks b. crops the unwanted area of the third picture using the Crop button c. crops the unwanted area of the third picture using Beveled Matte, White picture style d. covers the unwanted area of the third picture with a shape.

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.292 – Insert and format a picture TOPICS: Critical Thinking

52. Maureen creates a fourth slide in order to list the pros and cons of the three room sizes. To organize her information, she uses ____.

 a. a table b. a chart c. WordArt d. a template

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 62 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.301 – Add text to a table TOPICS: Critical Thinking

53. Maureen is ready to e-mail her presentation. She can ____.

 a. use an e-mail program to send her presentation b. send the presentation using Outlook from within PowerPoint c. Either a or b. d. Neither a nor b.

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 51 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.289 – Create slides using Outline view TOPICS: Critical Thinking

 Case-Based Critical Thinking QuestionsCase 3-2Maureen’s brother Paul has also been researching cruise ships online and has created his own presentation. Maureen and Paul decide to work together to create a great presentation to show the rest of the family.

54. Paul sends Maureen his slides about offshore excursions and, following the simplest strategy available to her, she ____.

 a. embeds them into her presentation b. uses the Reuse Slides task pane to incorporate his slides into her presentation c. copies and pastes his slides into her presentation d. appends them to her presentation

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.298 – Insert slides from another presentation TOPICS: Critical Thinking

55. At one point, Paul has a number of presentations open and he wants to overlap all the windows on top of one another. To do this with all the presentations open, he clicks the ____ button in the Window group.

 a. Arrange All b. Display All c. Cascade Windows d. Show All

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 61 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.298 – Insert slides from another presentation TOPICS: Critical Thinking

56. Paul includes a table in one of his presentations. In one cell he wants to change the color behind the text. To do this, he clicks the ____ list arrow in the Table Styles group and then chooses the desired color.

 a. Background b. Shading c. Cell Color d. Table Options

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 62 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.302 – Change table size and layout TOPICS: Critical Thinking

57. You can hide a portion of a picture you don’t want visible by ____________________ it.

 ANSWER: cropping POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.291 – Resize and move a picture

58. In PowerPoint, a(n) ____________________ is defined as a digital photograph, a piece of line art or clip art, or other artwork that is created in another program and inserted into a PowerPoint presentation.

 ANSWER: picture POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.291 – Resize and move a picture

59. You can create an individual text box by clicking the Text Box button in the Text group on the ___________________ tab on the Ribbon.

 ANSWER: INSERT POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 54 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.296 – Insert a text box

60. To change the outline width or style of a text object, click the ____________________ list arrow in the Drawing group on the INSERT tab and then click Weight or Dashes.

 ANSWER: Shape Outline POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 54 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.303 – Resize and move a text box

61. A(n) ____________________ is the graphical representation of numerical data.

 ANSWER: chart POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

62. A(n) ____________________object is one that is a part of your presentation (just like any other object you insert into PowerPoint), except that its data source can be opened for editing purposes.

 ANSWER: embedded POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

63. A(n) ____________________ is a folder that you and others can access to open, modify, and review presentation slides.

 ANSWER: Slide Library POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.298 – Insert slides from another presentation

64. In a table, pressing [____________________] moves the insertion point to the next line in a cell.

 ANSWER: Enter POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 62 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.301 – Add text to a table

65. ____________________ is a set of decorative text styles, or text effects, that you can apply to any text object to help direct the viewer’s attention.

 ANSWER: WordArt POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 64 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.300 – Create, format, and resize WordArt

66. To save your presentation as a video, click the ___________________ tab, click Export, click Create a Video, choose your settings, and then click the Create Video button.

 ANSWER: FILE POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 65 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.300 – Create, format, and resize WordArt

67. Discuss saving slides as graphics.

 ANSWER: You can save PowerPoint slides as graphics and later use them in other presentations, in graphics programs, and on Web pages. Display the slide you want to save, click the FILE tab, then click Save As. Select the location where you want to save the file. In the Save As dialog box, click the Save as type list arrow, select the desired graphics format, then name the file. Graphics format choices include GIF Graphics Interchange Format (*.gif), JPEG File Interchange Format (*.jpg), PNG Portable Network Graphics Format (*.png), TIFF Tag Image File Format (*.tif), and Device Independent Bitmap (*.bmp). Click Save, then click the desired option when the alert box appears asking if you want to save all the slides or only the current slide. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 53 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.292 – Insert and format a picture TOPICS: Critical Thinking

68. Discuss drawing tables in PowerPoint.

 ANSWER: Choose the slide where you want the table, click the Table button in the Tables group on the Insert tab, then click Draw Table. The pointer changes and allows you to drag to define the boundaries of the table in the area of the slide where you want the table. A dotted outline appears as you draw. Next, you draw to create the rows and columns of your table. Click the TABLE TOOLS DESIGN tab on the Ribbon, click the Draw Table button in the Draw Borders group, then draw lines for columns and rows. Be sure to draw within the boundary line of the table. You can also create a table by clicking the Table button in the Tables group on the Insert tab, then dragging over the table grid to create a table. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 63 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.299 – Insert a table TOPICS: Critical Thinking

69. You can distribute your presentation as a video. Name three ways that the video can be distributed. What are the three levels of resolution settings, and when would you use each?

 ANSWER: The video can be distributed using a disc, the Web, or e-mail. Depending on how you want to display your video, you have three resolution settings from which to choose: Computer & HD Displays, Internet & DVD, and Portable Devices.– The Large setting, Computer & HD Displays (1280 x 720), is used for viewing on a computer monitor, projector, or other high definition displays.– The Medium setting, Internet & DVD (852 x 480), is used for uploading to the Web or copying to a standard DVD.– The Small setting, Portable Devices (320 x 240), is used on portable devices, including portable media players such as Microsoft Zune. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 65 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.300 – Create, format, and resize WordArt TOPICS: Critical Thinking

Match each term below with the statement that best defines it.

 a. cell b. row headings c. value axis d. legend names e. data series markers f. line graph

 REFERENCES: PowerPoint 57PowerPoint 56PowerPoint 58 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.294 – Change chart data valuesENHC.PARS.16.297 – Insert a new chart on a slide

70. Tracks values over time

 ANSWER: f POINTS: 1

71. Boxes with numbers along the left side of a worksheet

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1

72. Vertical axis

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1

73. Intersection of row and column

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1

74. Cells in the first or top row that provide further information about the data

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1

75. Graphical representations such as bars, columns, or pie wedges

 ANSWER: e POINTS: 1

Word_2013_Unit_C_Formatting_Text_and_Paragraphs

1. A font size point is 1/50 of an inch.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.397 – Change the font and font size

2. Dragging the pointer over the font list allows you to preview how selected text will look if the highlighted font is applied.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.397 – Change the font and font size

3. The gallery of font colors includes a set of theme colors and a set of standard colors.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.398 – Change font color

4. Pressing [F4] allows you to format text just like the Format Painter.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 54 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.399 – Add spacing under paragraphs

5. You must select an entire paragraph to change its paragraph formatting.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 54 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.400 – Change line spacing in paragraphs

6. Use the Before and After text boxes in the Paragraph group on the PAGE LAYOUT tab to change the paragraph spacing.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 54 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.400 – Change line spacing in paragraphs

7. Indent markers on the horizontal ruler always indicate the default indent settings of the document.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.401 – Indent a paragraph

8. Use a negative indent if you want the subsequent lines of a paragraph to be indented more than the first line.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 61 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.402 – Indent the first line of a paragraph

9. When you apply highlighting to text, the highlighting is only visible on the screen and does not print.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: False POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 65 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.403 – Highlight text

10. You must apply text wrapping to a graphic in order to move it independently of text.

 a. True b. False

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 66 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.404 – Wrap text and position images

11. A(n) theme is a complete set of characters with the same typeface. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – font POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.397 – Change the font and font size

12. You should use the Font list arrow to change the size of text to 20 points. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – Font Size POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.397 – Change the font and font size

13. A drop cap is added to a paragraph as a(n) text object. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – graphic POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 51 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.397 – Change the font and font size

14. You can right-align a paragraph so that the text is flush with the right margin and has a jagged left edge. _________________________

 ANSWER: True POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.405 – Right-align text

15. Use the Increase Indent button in the Paragraph group on the HOME tab to promote items in a multilevel list. _________________________

 ANSWER: False – Decrease Indent POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 62 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.406 – Apply bullets or numbering to lists

16. _________ fonts have a small stroke at the ends of the characters.

 a. Serif b. Sans serif c. Italic text d. Stroke

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.397 – Change the font and font size

17. To change the formatting of text from Calibri to Arial, which tool should you use?

 a. Font Color list arrow b. Font Name list arrow c. Font list arrow d. Font Style list arrow

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.397 – Change the font and font size

18. What keyboard shortcut selects an entire document?

 a. [Alt][A] b. [Ctrl][S] c. [Alt][S] d. [Ctrl][A]

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.407 – Select an entire document

19. What are shadows and outlines examples of?

 a. text effects b. text styles c. font effects d. font styles

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.408 – Apply font styles and effects

20. What should you change in order to make characters narrower and give text a tall, thin appearance?

 a. scale b. font size c. font style d. font effects

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.408 – Apply font styles and effects

21. Which sequence of steps do you perform to add a shadow or outline to text?

 a. Click the launcher in the Font group, and then select a font effect on the Font tab. b. Click the launcher in the Font group, and then select a text effect on the Advanced tab. c. Click the Font Color list arrow, click More Colors, and then select a font style on the Custom tab. d. Click the Text Effects button, and then select the desired text effect.

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.409 – Add a shadow to text

22. ____ the Format Painter button allows it to remain active until you turn it off.

 a. Clicking once b. Double-clicking c. Right-clicking d. Holding [Ctrl] and clicking

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.408 – Apply font styles and effects

23. Which feature allows you to copy multiple format settings at once?

 a. Copy Formatting b. Format Painter c. Format Paragraph d. Font Painter

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 52Word 54 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.408 – Apply font styles and effects

24. You can use the ____ tab in the Font dialog box to change the scale of selected characters, to alter the spacing between characters, or to raise or lower the characters.

 a. Scale b. Advanced c. Character d. Tools

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.410 – Change character spacing

25. What are sets of styles that use common fonts, colors, and formats called?

 a. Themes b. Style Sets c. Quick Styles d. Quick Fonts

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 55 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.411 – Apply styles to text

26. When text is ____ both the left and right edges of the paragraph are flush with the left and right margins.

 a. justified b. centered c. left-aligned d. right-aligned

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.412 – Justify text

27. By default, how is text aligned?

 a. justified b. left-aligned c. centered d. right-aligned

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 56 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.412 – Justify text

28. In the accompanying figure, the text labeled 1 is ____.

 a. left-aligned b. right-aligned c. center-aligned d. justified

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 57 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.405 – Right-align text

29. In the accompanying figure, the text labeled 2 is ____.

 a. left-aligned b. right-aligned c. center-aligned d. justified

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 57 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.413 – Center text

30. In the accompanying figure, the text labeled 3 is ____.

 a. left-aligned b. right-aligned c. center-aligned d. justified

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 57 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.412 – Justify text

31. In the accompanying figure, the text labeled 4 is ____.

 a. left-aligned b. right-aligned c. center-aligned d. justified

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 57 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.413 – Center text

32. To format the text labeled 1 in the accompanying figure, click the ____.

 a. Center button in the Alignment group b. Align Right button in the Paragraph group c. Justify button in the Alignment group d. Align Right button in the Standards group

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 57 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.413 – Center text

33. How do you remove a tab stop?

 a. Drag it up or down off the ruler. b. Double-click the tab stop. c. Right-click the tab stop and click Remove. d. Right-click the tab indicator and click Clear.

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 58 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.414 – Modify tabs

34. Tab ____ are the lines that appear in front of tabbed text.

 a. underlines b. leaders c. indicators d. headers

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 58 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.415 – Set tab stops and tab leaders

35. By default, what is the active tab type?

 a. right tab b. center tab c. left tab d. bar tab

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 58 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.415 – Set tab stops and tab leaders

36. In the accompanying figure, the item marked 1 is the ____ tab.

 a. decimal b. bar c. center d. right

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 59 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.416 – Use tabs to align text

37. In the accompanying figure, the item marked 2 is the ____ tab.

 a. center b. bar c. left d. decimal

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 59 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.416 – Use tabs to align text

38. Which command should you use to quickly return text to the default format?

 a. No Formatting command in the Font group on the HOME tab. b. Font command in the Font group on the HOME tab. c. Remove Formatting command on the Mini toolbar. d. Clear All Formatting command in the Font group on the HOME tab.

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.401 – Indent a paragraph

39. What is the default font formatting in Word 2013?

 a. 11-point Calibri b. 12-point Times New Roman c. 12-point Calibri d. 11-point Arial

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.401 – Indent a paragraph

40. What type of indent should you use to move the left edge of a paragraph to the left of the left margin?

 a. left indent b. hanging indent c. first line indent d. negative indent

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 61 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.401 – Indent a paragraph

41. Which option do you click in the Bullets list to use a symbol or picture for a bullet character?

 a. Define New Bullet b. Picture Bullet c. Custom Bullet d. Create New Bullet

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 62 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.417 – Change bullet or numbering styles

42. Pressing ____ in the middle of a numbered list creates a new numbered paragraph and automatically renumbers the remainder of the list.

 a. [Enter] b. [Ctrl] c. [Esc] d. [Alt]

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 62 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.418 – Renumber a list

43. Which of the following is NOT a format option for borders?

 a. line style b. width c. shading d. color

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 64 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.419 – Apply borders to text

44. A(n) ____ graphic moves independently from text.

 a. floating b. inline c. outline d. moveable

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 66 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.420 – Insert images

45. Which of the following is true of a floating graphic?

 a. A text wrapping style is applied to it. b. It can be moved like text. c. It does not have sizing handles. d. It can be moved anywhere on a page.

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 66 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.420 – Insert images

46. A(n) ____________________ is a related set of fonts, colors, styles, and effects that is applied to an entire document to give it a cohesive appearance.

 ANSWER: theme POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 50 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.397 – Change the font and font size

47. A(n) ____________________ is a large initial capital letter in a paragraph.

 ANSWER: drop cap POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 51 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.397 – Change the font and font size

48. To change the case of selected text from lowercase to uppercase and vice versa, click the ____________________ button in the Font group.

 ANSWER: Change Case POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 52 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.408 – Apply font styles and effects

49. To add a line under selected text, click the ____________________ list arrow and then select a style.

 ANSWER: Underline POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 53 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.408 – Apply font styles and effects

50. A(n) ____________________ tab inserts a vertical bar at the tab position.

 ANSWER: bar POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 59 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.415 – Set tab stops and tab leaders

51. Click the tab ____________________ to scroll through the types of tabs and indents.

 ANSWER: indicator POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 58 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.416 – Use tabs to align text

52. ____________________ a tab stop on the ruler to open the Tabs dialog box.

 ANSWER: Double-clickDouble click POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 58 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.415 – Set tab stops and tab leaders

53. To return text to the default format and remove all paragraph formatting, select the text, then click the ____________________ button in the Styles group on the HOME tab.

 ANSWER: No Spacing POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.401 – Indent a paragraph

54. An outline list, also called a(n) ____________________ list, creates lists with a hierarchical structure.

 ANSWER: Multilevel POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 62 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.417 – Change bullet or numbering styles

55. ____________________ is a collection of graphic images that you can insert into a document.

 ANSWER: Clip art POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 66 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.420 – Insert images

56. Describe the difference between indents and tabs. Include definitions of tab stop and indent marker, and explain how to use both.

 ANSWER: Tabs let you align text at a specific location in a document, whereas indents move the edge of a paragraph in from the left or right margin. A tab stop is a point on the horizontal ruler that indicates where to align text within a paragraph. Click the tab indicator at the far left of the horizontal ruler to scroll through the types of tabs, then click the ruler where you want to insert the tab stop. You can then press the [Tab] key to align text in the paragraph to the left, right, or center of a tab stop. To remove a tab stop, drag it up or down off the ruler. An indent marker is a marker on the horizontal ruler which indicates the indent settings for the active paragraph. You can drag indent markers to different points on the ruler to indent the right or left edge of a paragraph, just the first line, or all lines except the first line. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 58Word 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.401 – Indent a paragraphENHC.PARS.16.415 – Set tab stops and tab leaders TOPICS: Critical Thinking

57. What are the different indent types available in Word, and what happens when you use each?

 ANSWER: There are five different types of indents: left indent, right indent, first line indent, hanging indent, and negative indent (or outdent). Each is described below. Use the left indent to move the left edge of a paragraph in from the left margin.Use the right indent to move the right edge of a paragraph in from the right margin.Use the first line indent to indent the first line of a paragraph more than the subsequent lines.Use the hanging indent to indent subsequent lines of a paragraph more than the first line.Use the negative indent (or outdent) to move the left edge of a paragraph to the left of the left margin. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 61 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.402 – Indent the first line of a paragraph TOPICS: Critical Thinking

58. Explain what shading and highlighting are.

 ANSWER: Shading is a color or pattern you apply behind words or paragraphs to make them stand out on a page. You apply shading using the Shading button in the Paragraph group on the HOME tab. The Highlight tool allows you to mark and find important text in a document. Highlighting is transparent color that is applied to text using the Highlight pointer. To highlight text, click the Text Highlight Color list arrow in the Font group on the HOME tab, select a color, then use the I-beam part of the pointer to select the text you want to highlight. Click to turn off the Highlight pointer. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 64Word 65 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.421 – Apply shading to text TOPICS: Critical Thinking

59. Angela wants to give her press release an attractive and cohesive appearance. How can she quickly format her press release so it uses common fonts, colors, and styles?

 ANSWER: Angela can use Quick Styles and themes to give her press release a professional and attractive appearance. She can first apply a Quick Style so that all titles, headings, body text, quotes, and lists are formatted with styles. Each style combines several formats, such as font, font size, and paragraph alignment. She can apply a Quick Style by clicking the More button in the Styles group on the HOME tab to open the Quick Styles gallery, and then choose from the preset Quick Styles. Changing the theme applied to a document is another powerful and efficient way to tailor a document’s look and feel, particularly when a document is formatted with a Quick Style set. By default, all documents created in Word are formatted with the default Office theme—which uses Calibri as the font for the body text— but Angela can change the theme at any time to fit the content, tone, and purpose of a document. When she changes the theme for a document, a complete set of new theme colors, fonts, and effects is applied to the whole document. To preview how various themes look when applied to the current document, click the Themes button in the Document Formatting group on the DESIGN tab, and then move the pointer over each theme in the gallery and notice how the document changes. When she clicks the theme she likes, all document content that uses theme colors, all text that is formatted with a style, including default body text, and all table styles and graphic effects change to the colors, fonts, and effects used by the theme. In addition, the gallery of colors changes to display the set of theme colors, and the active Quick Style set changes to employ the theme colors and fonts. Note that changing the theme does not change the non-theme-based font formatting that has already been applied. For example, if she changed the font of text, applied bold to text, or changed the font color of text to a standard or custom color, that formatting remains in place. If she wants to tweak the document design further, she can modify it by applying a different set of theme colors, heading and body text fonts, or graphic effects. To do this, simply click the Colors, Fonts, or Effects button in the Document Formatting group, move the pointer over each option in the gallery to preview it in the document, and then click the option she likes best. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 55Word 57 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.411 – Apply styles to text TOPICS: Critical Thinking

60. Angela wants to remove all of the formatting from a section of her press release, returning the text to the default font and removing all paragraph formatting. How can she quickly do this? What font and alignment will the text be returned to?

 ANSWER: Angela should click the No Spacing button in the Styles group on the HOME tab. Doing so returns the text to the default font, which is 11-point Calibri. All paragraph formatting is removed, so the text becomes left-aligned and single spaced, with no paragraph spacing or indents. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 60 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.401 – Indent a paragraph TOPICS: Critical Thinking

61. Angela wants to make one of the paragraphs on her press release stand out. What are some ways she can do this?

 ANSWER: Angela can do any or all of the following: * She can apply shading or highlighting to the text.* She can add a border around the text.* She can use formatting options to change the font, font size, and font color of the text so it is different from the rest of the document’s text.* She can add text effects to the text, such as shadows or reflections.* She can use the indent markers to indent the right and left edges of the text.* She can change the alignment of the paragraph, such as to centered or justified.* She can use line and paragraph spacing options, such as adding before or after spacing to the paragraph. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 50Word 52Word 54Word 56Word 60Word 64Word 65 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.397 – Change the font and font size TOPICS: Critical Thinking

62. Stephen is writing a report. He has some information that he wants to include as a bulleted list, and he needs to organize the information with several subtopics. He also wants to use pictures for some of the bullet characters, instead of the default bullets. How can he do this?

 ANSWER: Stephen should create a multilevel list, also called an outline. A multilevel list organizes a list into a hierarchical structure, so Stephen can create several topics and subtopics. To create a multilevel list, Stephen can click the Multilevel List list arrow in the Paragraph group on the HOME tab, then he can select a style that suits his needs. Alternately, he can create a bulleted list by clicking the Bullets button in the Paragraph group on the HOME tab. Once the information is entered in the list, Stephen can use the Increase Indent and Decrease Indent buttons to demote and promote topics. To use a picture instead of a default bullet character, Stephen can click Define New Bullet in the Bullet list, then select from the options in the Define New Bullet dialog box. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 62 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.417 – Change bullet or numbering styles TOPICS: Critical Thinking

63. Stephen wants to add a clip art image from Office.com Clip Art to his report. He then wants to make the picture shorter. How can he do this? Include an explanation of the difference between floating and inline graphics in your answer.

 ANSWER: Stephen should place the insertion point where he would like the image to appear in the document, click the INSERT tab, then click the Online Pictures button in the Illustrations group to open the Insert Pictures window. He can use this to search Office.com for images related to a keyword. He then types the keyword(s) in the Office.com Clip Art search text box, then presses [Enter]. Images that have the keywords associated with them appear in the Office.com Clip Art window. He clicks the desired clip, then clicks Insert to insert the clip at the location of the insertion point. When a graphic is selected, the active tab changes to the PICTURE TOOLS FORMAT tab. This tab contains commands used to adjust, enhance, arrange, and size graphics. The white squares that appear on the square edges of the graphic are the sizing handles. He can type the desired height in the Shape Height text box in the Size group on the PICTURE TOOLS FORMAT tab, and then press [Enter] to reduce the size of the graphic. When he decreases the height of the graphic, the width decreased proportionally. He can also resize a graphic proportionally by dragging a corner sizing handle. Until he applies text wrapping to a graphic, it is part of the line of text in which it was inserted (an inline graphic). To move a graphic independently of text, he must make it a floating graphic. To do this, he clicks the Position button in the Arrange group, then click Position in Middle Center with Square Text Wrapping. The graphic is moved to the middle of the page and the text wraps around it. Applying text wrapping to the graphic made it a floating graphic. A floating graphic can be moved anywhere on a page. He can also wraptext around a graphic using the Layout Options button. POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Word 66 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.422 – Resize images TOPICS: Critical Thinking

Identify the letter of the choice that best matches the phrase or definition.

 a. hanging indent b. right indent c. left indent d. first line indent e. negative indent

 REFERENCES: Word 61 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ENHC.PARS.16.402 – Indent the first line of a paragraph

64. The subsequent lines of a paragraph are indented more than the first line

 ANSWER: a POINTS: 1

65. The left edge of a paragraph is moved in from the left margin

 ANSWER: c POINTS: 1

66. The right edge of a paragraph is moved in from the right margin

 ANSWER: b POINTS: 1

67. The first line of a paragraph is indented more than the subsequent lines

 ANSWER: d POINTS: 1

68. The left edge of a paragraph is moved to the left of the left margin

 ANSWER: e POINTS: 1

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