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Chapter_4

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Heading 2 style is automatically applied to all paragraphs in a new document.
 

 2. 

Pressing Enter in a table cell moves the insertion point to another cell.
 

 3. 

An existing table can be converted to text.
 

 4. 

A formula that performs a calculation in a table has a + sign at the beginning.
 

 5. 

Word can automatically create a table of contents for a document based on applied heading styles.
 

 6. 

Word automatically updates a table of contents when changes are made to a document.
 

 7. 

It is possible to have both Roman numeral page numbers and Arabic page numbers in the same document.
 

 8. 

Roman numerals appear as 1, 2, 3, and so on.
 

 9. 

Hyphenation is a process that divides words.
 

 10. 

Word maintains a Master List of sources for all documents.
 

 11. 

A SmartArt graphic can be sized.
 

 12. 

A column break is inserted to move the text after the break to the next column.
 

 13. 

A document can be formatted into four columns.
 

 14. 

It is possible to print on both sides of a page.
 

 15. 

Table of contents entries are hyperlinks to headings.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 16. 

A named set of formats is called a
a.
table.
c.
style.
b.
section.
d.
label.
 

 17. 

Titles that are often bold and in a larger and different font than the body text are called
a.
sections.
c.
headings.
b.
styles.
d.
formatted titles.
 

 18. 

The intersection of a row and a column in a table is called
a.
a meeting point.
c.
an insertion point.
b.
a cell.
d.
a row intersection.
 
 
    
    
    
 

 19. 

How many rows and columns are in the table above?
a.
3 rows, 3 columns
c.
4 rows, 3 columns
b.
3 rows, 4 columns
d.
4 rows, 4 columns
 

 20. 

A table can be created from text that is separated by
a.
spaces.
c.
paragraphs.
b.
tabs.
d.
page breaks.
 
 
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 21. 

The images above are examples of
a.
table styles.
c.
table of contents styles.
b.
Outline views.
d.
SmartArt graphics.
 

 22. 

To update a table of contents,
a.
save the document.
b.
press the Enter key.
c.
press the F9 key.
d.
display the document in Outline view.
 

 23. 

Before Word can create a table of contents
a.
styles must be applied to the headings.
b.
the document must be displayed in Outline view.
c.
the document must be printed.
d.
the document must contain at least 20 pages.
 

 24. 

A Continuous section break
a.
continues the same section of a document on the next page.
b.
ends a section and starts a new section on a new page.
c.
ends a section and starts a new section on the same page.
d.
continues the same section of a document on the same page.
 

 25. 

Which view displays the organization of a document?
a.
Page Layout view
c.
Outline view
b.
Web Layout view
d.
Normal view
 

 26. 

What is used within a document to refer to bibliographic entries?
a.
front matter
c.
bibliography
b.
table of contents
d.
citation
 

 27. 

Which SmartArt graphic layout would be used for an organization chart?
a.
Cycle
c.
Hierarchy
b.
Matrix
d.
Process
 

 28. 

What do newspapers and magazines use to make lines of text easier to read?
a.
italic style
c.
columns
b.
section breaks
d.
8 pt font
 

 29. 

Which is an object that can be moved and sized like a graphic but contains text?
a.
style
c.
column
b.
section
d.
text box
 

 30. 

Which is not a common element in a newsletter?
a.
headline
c.
nameplate
b.
byline
d.
an outline
 



 
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