1. In Word 2003, the two primary graphic categories are:
- drawing objects
- Clip Art
2. The figure shows the Save As dialog box under the File menu. The Save As Type has been specified as XML Document and the Apply transform option has been checked (selected). What does this mean?
- It allows you to attach a custom schema to apply custom XML tags and discard Word formatting, saving only the custom data.
- It allows you to save XML files automatically while working.
- It allows you to change the author name for that XML file.
- You can apply XSLT when you save an XML document by selecting the Apply transform check box and browsing to the XSLT file.
3. When you press the TAB key, the cursor moves 1/2 inch across the page and an arrow appears on the screen. This is a default setting. How can you change this setting?
- Press CTRL+ ALT; change the Tab stop position settings. Press OK.
- Choose File > Tabs from the menu; change Tab Stop Position. Click Set.
- Choose Format > Tabs from the menu. In the “Default tab stops” box, enter the amount of spacing you want between tab stops.
- Choose the Tabs position in the Format menu; change Default Tab Stop Position. Click Exit.
- Press SHIFT+TAB. Change the default settings in the Tab Stop Position field. Press Set.
4. How can you resize the width or height of a picture in a Word 2003 document? Select all of the answers below that apply.
- By dragging the sizing handles that appear at the edges of the picture.
- By altering the height and width values on the “Size” dialog box available from the Format > Picture menu.
- By scaling the height and width in the “Picture position” tab available at the Edit > Graphics menu.
- By right-clicking on the picture and, from the Format Picture floating menu, choose the “Size” tab.
5. What is the function of hanging indents in Microsoft Word 2003?
- The Hanging Indent feature indents each line except the last line by the amount specified in the By field.
- The Hanging Indent feature indents the last line by the amount specified in the By field.
- The Hanging Indent feature indents each line except the first line by the amount specified in the By field.
- The Hanging Indent feature indents all the highlighted lines by the amount specified in the By field.
- The Hanging Indent feature right indents the first line by the amount specified in the By field.
6. Can you insert a new table inside a cell of an existing table in your Word 2003 document?
7. What is the method to disable the Reading Layout feature and open documents in the default (Print Layout)?
- Press the ALT+F5 keys; choose the View option from the menu. Uncheck the Reading Layout check box. Click OK.
- Click the Tools menu; select Options and then choose Customize. Undo the Reading Layout feature.
- Click on the View menu and choose the Compatibility option; uncheck “Permit Starting in Reading Layout.”
- Click the Tools menu and choose Options; when the Options multi-tabbed dialog box appears, click General. Uncheck “Allow Starting in Reading Layout.” Click OK.
8. State whether the following statement is True or False.
It is possible to add custom words to the dictionary that Word 2003 uses to check spelling errors in document.
9. When you choose the Split option in the Window menu, the window gets split into two. How can you return to the original state (i.e., back to a single window)?
- Left click on the Window menu and choose Remove Split.
- Left click on the Edit menu and choose Undo Split.
- Left click on the Window menu and choose Delete Split.
- Left click on the Tools menu and choose Remove Split.
- Left click on the Window menu and choose Split Window.
10. How can you right-align a paragraph by using shortcut keys?
- Select the paragraph. Press SHIFT+R.
- Select the paragraph. Press F3.
- Select the paragraph. Press SHIFT+CTRL+R.
- Select the paragraph. Press CTRL+ALT+R.
- Select the paragraph. Press CTRL+R.
11. Which font effect has been applied on the text shown in the figure?
- Double strikethrough
12. State whether the following statement is True or False.
Once a macro is running, it is not possible to stop it.
13. State whether True or False.
You can open the Find and Replace dialog box by pressing the CTRL + F key combination.
14. How can you create a box around the text that is placed on a web page, as shown in the figure?
- Place the text in a table and give the table a boundary.
- Choose the “Box” option under the menu Format > Borders and Shading > Borders.
- Right-click on the selected text and choose “add boundary” in the text properties.
- Draw a rectangle around the text using the rectangle drawing tool.
15. What is thesaurus used for?
- Spelling options
- Grammar options
- Synonyms and Antonyms
- Opposite words
- Different options for spelling the word
16. What does CTRL+Left Arrow key accomplish in Word 2003?
- It exits the currently open window.
- It adds a page break to the document.
- It makes the cursor move backwards (i.e., to the left) “word by word” in the document.
- It initiates the spell check procedure.
- It inserts a new table into the document.
17. What will you do to print an A5-size (148mm x 210mm) document on A4-size (210 x 297mm) paper?
- Scale the font size of the text by the required percentage: e.g., the A5 size is 30% smaller, than the A4 size, so scale the font size to 142% and print the document.
- Select File > Print. Under Zoom, specify the paper size in the”Scale to Paper Size” list as A4.
- On the Format menu, click Print. Under Paper, click the A4 option in the “Scale to paper Size” box.
- Choose the option Allow A4/Letter paper resizing in the Print Options available at the menu File > Print.
18. The title bar is present at the top of the Microsoft Word 2003 window. What does it contain at the left corner?
- Alignment Icon
- Edit window
- Office Clipboard
- Application icon
- Maximize Button
19. The figure shows the Character Spacing tab options under the menu Format > Fonts. The Scale has been set at 200%. What effect does this have on the text?
- The spacing between the characters in the text increases by 200%.
- The spacing between the characters in the text decreases by 200%.
- The font size of the characters in the text increases by 200%.
- The characters in the text are stretched horizontally by 200%.
- The characters in the text are stretched vertically by 200%.
20. What does the CTRL+I shortcut accomplish in Word 2003?
- It converts the selected text into the next larger size of the same font.
- It adds a line break to the document.
- It makes the selected text bold.
- It applies italic formatting to the selected text.
- Picture toolbar
21. How can you change the font of a text?
- Select the text and choose Format > Font from the menu.
- Select the text and choose Tools > Font from the menu.
- Press the F4 key and choose the Font from the drop down list.
- Press ALT+O and choose Format > Font from the menu.
- Select the text and press CTRL+O to reach the Font Type window.
22. In which view are thumbnails not available in Word 2003?
- Web Layout view
- Reading Layout view
- Normal view
- Print Layout view
23. The figure shows the Edit tab under the Tools > Options menu. The “Enable click and type” option has been checked. What function does this option perform?
- It allows you to quickly insert text, graphics, tables, or other items in a blank area of a document.
- It enables automatic formatting of paragraphs in the document by double clicking on the paragraph.
- It automatically inserts a chosen graphic or icon wherever the user double-clicks on the document.
- It performs a spell check of the word that has been double-clicked.
- It automatically creates a table and inserts the document text into various cells according to how it has been formatted with commas and semicolons.
24. If the word “trick” is displayed on the screen, with the cursor between the letters ‘i’ and ‘c’ and the Delete key is pressed once, how will said word appear on the screen?
25. A paragraph can be made to stand out from the rest of the document by giving it a border or shading. How can you give a (selected) paragraph a special shade?
- Select Format > Borders and Shading. Select the Page Border tab. Select the Color and click OK.
- Select View > Borders and Shading. Select the Coloring tab. Select the Color and click OK.
- Select Format > Borders and Shading. Select the Shading tab. Select the Color and click OK.
- Select Insert > Borders and Shading; Select Shading tab. Select the Color you want to shade the paragraph with and Click OK.
26. Can you change the background picture of a Word 2003 Theme that has been applied to a page?
27. How can you convert the whole document into uppercase if you have it typed in lowercase?
- Select the document text and choose the “All caps” option under the menu Format > Style.
- Select the document text and choose “Corporate” under the menu Format > Theme.
- Select the document text and select the “All caps” check box in the Font dialog box after first selecting Format > Fonts.
- Select the document text and choose the “UPPERCASE” option in the Change Case dialog box after first selecting Format > Change Case from the menu.
- There is no such option available in Word 2003.
28. State whether True or False.
In a Word 2003 document, if the formatting is restricted, the commands and keyboard shortcuts that apply formatting directly are not available.
29. What is the function of AutoSummarize feature in Word 2003?
- It creates a 250-word, 500-word, or 1000-word summary of the document.
- It adds automatic headers, bold and italic characters, as well as automatic formatting of the document, to give the look of a well summarized document.
- It summarizes the statistics of the document into a report, such as total words, total characters, total pages, total paragraphs, file size, etc.
- It identifies the key points in a document for you to share with others or quickly scan.
30. How can you hide the Clipboard icon from popping up on the Windows taskbar?
- Select Insert > Office Clipboard; click on Symbol. Uncheck “Show Office Clipboard Icon on Taskbar.”
- Choose Table > Formula; click on the Options button. Uncheck “Show Office Clipboard Icon on Taskbar.”
- Choose Edit > Office Clipboard; click on the Options button. Uncheck “Show Office Clipboard Icon on Taskbar” and “Show Status Near Taskbar When Copying.”
- Press ALT+R key; click on the Clipboard button. Undo “Show Office Clipboard Icon on Taskbar.”
31. What is a watermark?
- A watermark is any text or graphic image that is printed to overlap existing text in a document, either in the background or foreground.
- A small icon that is automatically printed on the footer of a page to indicate that the page must be edited before saving.
- An area on the left side of a page that increases the overall left margin. This space is required for binding the document after printing.
- An image or picture anywhere in the document that links to a Web page on the Internet.
- A small mark that appears next to the text on the page. Placing the mouse pointer over the text displays comments related to the text.
32. The figure shows the Margins tab under the File > Page Setup menu. The gutter margin has been set at 0.1″. What is a gutter margin?
- Some extra space added to the right margin of the page required for cutting the page into even sizes at the time of binding.
- Some extra space added to the left margin of the page required for binding the document.
- A maximum limit set for editing the left margin so that it is not decreased beyond a certain limit.
- A maximum limit set for editing the right margin so that it is not increased beyond a certain limit.
- A bottom margin set for all pages that are required for footnotes.
33. What does the Format Painter icon look like in the Formatting Toolbar?
- Like a book
- Like a brush
- Like an arrow
- Like a twisted arrow
34. How can you create a non-breaking hyphen?
- Press ALT+SHIFT+H.
- Press CTRL+HYPHEN.
- Press CTRL+SHIFT+HYPHEN.
- Press ALT+CTRL+HYPHEN.
- None of the Above.
35. Normally, when you click on the File menu, Microsoft Word 2003 shows you the names of the last four files used. How can this list be increased?
- Choose the Office Clipboard option in the File menu; click Security and “Recently Used File List.”
- Under Tools > Options; click the General tab. Increase the number on the “Recently Used File List” option.
- Choose the Page Numbers option from the Insert menu; go to the “Recently Used List.” Increase the number and click OK.
- Go to the Tools menu; select “Recently Used List.” Increase its number and click Exit.
- Select Arrange All in the Window menu option; choose Recent List and press Set.
36. The figure shows the Drop Cap menu option. What function does this option perform?
- It does not allow capital letters to be used in the document.
- It does not allow capital letters to be used in the document apart from the first letter of any sentence.
- It lets you begin a paragraph with a large dropped initial capital letter.
- It automatically starts all paragraphs and sentences with capital letters.
- It provides options for converting all uppercase text to lowercase text.
37. If you want to copy and paste some formatted text so that the text becomes unformatted where it is pasted, you could perform a ________ operation.
- Setting the Page
- Hyper Text
- Paste Unformat
- Paste Special
- Post Special
38. What does the CTRL+U shortcut accomplish in Word 2003?
- It underlines the selected word.
- It converts the selected word to uppercase.
- It undeletes the last deleted word.
- It undoes the last action performed in Word 2003.
39. The figure shows the print options under the menu File > Print. The “Print data only for forms” option is unchecked (not been selected). What does this mean?
- It allows for printing of the complete online form along with the data in the form.
- It allows for printing of the online form only along with its data, and does not print anything else on the document.
- It allows for printing of the data in an online form as a table. Each entry in the form is printed as a row in the table.
- It allows for printing of the data entered into an online form without printing the online form.
40. How can you insert a sound file in a Word 2003 Document?
- From the Insert > Object menu option.
- From the Insert > Sound menu option.
- From the Insert > File menu option.
- By right-clicking on the document and choosing the “Add sound” option.
41. The given figure shows the Reviewing toolbar. What function is performed by the button marked by the letter X?
- It allows you to jump to sections in a document.
- It allows you to insert comments in a document.
- It allows you to highlight the selected text or graphic in a document.
- It allows you to track changes in a document.
42. What does the CTRL+B shortcut accomplish in Word 2003?
- It converts the selected text into the next larger size of the same font.
- It adds a line break to the document.
- It makes the selected text bold.
- It adds a segment break to the document.
43. Can you give a 3-D (3-Dimensional) effect to your text and graphics using Word 2003?
44. In Microsoft Word 2003, you can easily create bulleted or numbered lists of items. What is the method for removing the numbering?
- Select Bullets and Numbering in the Tools menu; choose the Undo option. Click Exit.
- Highlight the numbered list; choose Format > Bullets and Numbering from the menu and click None. Click OK.
- Press CTRL+O key; select Remove Numbering from the given menu options. Press OK.
- Select the Numbering List; right click and choose the Undo Numbering option. Click OK.
45. In the figure, the words “fox jumped” appear lower than the rest of the words in the sentence. Which effect has been applied to these words?
- Laid down
46. State whether True or False
You create a table in Word 2003 and enter some values in various cells and save the document. Later, you decide to delete the table. If you directly try to delete the table, Word 2003 will first prompt you to delete the various values in the cells.
47. What is a Tab Stop in Word 2003?
- A setting that disables the use of the Tab key while working on a document.
- A setting that disables the use of the Shift+Tab key combination while working on a document.
- A position you set for placing and aligning text on a page.
- The point at which one page ends and another begins.
48. What are bookmarks used for?
- To quickly jump to a specific location in the document.
- To add hyperlinks in a web page.
- To add anchors in a web page.
- To mark the ending of a page of the document.
- To mark the ending of a section of the document.
49. A graphic contained within a table cell would be properly formatted with the _____________ wrapping layout option if you see the ______________ when the graphic is selected. This layout option is usually the default. However, when you paste a graphic from another application than Word, you may have to properly set this option.
- “Tight”, circular blue handles with a single-line red border
- “In line with text”, square black handles with a single-line black border
- “Square”, square blue handles with a double-line red border
- “Square”, circular blue handles with a double-line black border
50. Frames and text boxes are containers for text that can be positioned and sized on a page. Which of those two containers should you use in Word 2003 when your text or graphics contain comments, footnotes, or endnotes?
- Text boxes
51. What is a page break in Word 2003?
- An instruction to the printer to print a new page.
- The point at which one page ends and another page begins.
- It refers to dividing a page into two parts vertically.
- It refers to dividing a page into two parts horizontally.
- It refers to Word 2003 automatically breaking the continuity of a block of text by adding headers, bold faced characters and breaking the text into new paragraphs.
52. The figure shows the Size tab options available from the Format > Picture menu. The “Lock aspect ratio” box is checked. Which of the following statements is true about the “Lock aspect ratio” setting?
- You should select this box if you want to preserve the height-to-width proportions.
- If you select this box and then enter a pixel value in either the Width or Height box, Word 2003 will automatically change the value in the other box to preserve the graphic’s proportions.
- You can stretch the image to any extent if you do not select this option.
- Checking this option helps keep the image size the same when you stretch or reduce the image.
53. There are over a hundred predefined formatting styles in Word 2003 to choose from. However, only a small number of them are displayed in the default list of styles. If you want to see all formatting styles (both predefined and customized), you could:
- Press the SHIFT key and click the arrow on the Style drop-down menu button on the Formatting toolbar.
- Select Formatting and Styles from the Styles menu. Then select “All Styles” from the Show options in the Formatting and Styles task pane.
- Press the CTRL key and click the arrow on the Formatting drop-down menu button on the Styles toolbar.
- Select Styles and Formatting from the Format menu. Then select “All Styles” from the Show options in the Styles and Formatting task pane.
54. How can you make letters bold?
- By clicking on the Bold icon in the formatting toolbar.
- By Pressing ALT+B.
- By Pressing CTRL+B.
- By highlighting the desired text and choosing the AutoCorrect function in the Tools menu.
55. In the Print dialog box, the default option for the “Print what” field is Document. Which one of the following is not one of the six other “Print what” options?
- Document properties
- Document showing markup
- List of markup
- List of graphics
- AutoText entries
- Key assignments
56. The figure shows the horizontal ruler. What has been marked by the red arrow?
- The indent marker
- The hanging indent marker
- The second line indent marker
- The paragraph indent marker
- The cascading indent marker
57. How can you spell check your entire Microsoft Word 2003 document?
- Press F7 or click the Spelling icon on the Standard toolbar.
- Press F4 and click the Grammar icon.
- Choose Window > Spelling and Grammar.
- Choose Tools > Spelling and Grammar.
- Press the ALT+F6 key.
58. How can you redo the last performed action in Word 2003?
- Press the CTRL+Y key.
- Press the SHIFT+X key.
- Choose Redo Action from the Window menu.
- Press the F9 key.
- None of the Above
59. What are sections used for in a Word 2003 document?
- They are used to divide the document into parts so that each part may be independently printed when the print command is given.
- To divide the document into parts so as to allow certain parts of the document to display data from a table.
- To divide the document into parts so as to allow certain parts of the document to display data from the Internet.
- To vary the layout of a document within a page or between pages by dividing the document into parts, and then to allow formatting of each part the way you want.
- To vary the layout of a document within a page or between pages by dividing the document into parts, with the purpose of applying a different Word 2003 theme to each part.
60. The figure shows the Word 2003 formatting tools marked from (a) to (i) that are available in the formatting toolbar. Which tool has been used on the text shown on the picture?
- Tool (a)
- Tool (c)
- Tool (g)
- Tool (h)
- Tool (e)
61. Which of the following Windows opens when you press the Shift + F1 key?
- Reveal Formatting
- Auto Select
- Draw Table
62. Which feature of Word 2003 allows you to use information from two different files for the quick creation of personal correspondence and other documents like interview letters and invitations?
- Mail Merge
- Web Mail
- Mail Manager
- File Mail Manager
63. How are spelling errors displayed in Word 2003?
- The errors are highlighted by a green wavy line.
- The word with the wrong spelling has a strikethrough font.
- The errors are highlighted by a red wavy line.
- The color of the word with the wrong spelling will change to red.
64. The figure shows the “Indents and Spacing” tab options under the menu Format > Paragraph. The Line spacing has been set at “Exactly”. What does this mean?
- The line spacing is fixed, and Word 2003 does not adjust it. This option does not space all lines evenly.
- Word 2003 sets the line spacing at exactly one-and-one-half times that of single line spacing.
- Word 2003 accommodates the largest font in that line, plus a small amount of extra space depending upon the font used.
- The line spacing is fixed, and Word 2003 does not adjust it. This option spaces all lines evenly.
65. Which function key will allow you to check the spelling of the complete document if you have not changed the shortcut key’s settings?
66. You want to view a document in the Reading Layout view. What will you do?
- Click the Read button on the Standard toolbar.
- Press ALT+R.
- Press ALT+L.
- Select Reading Layout under the Edit -> Go To menu option.
67. Which Word 2003 toolbar is shown in the figure?
- Forms toolbar
- Formatting toolbar
- Autotext toolbar
- Tables and Borders
- Database toolbar
- Drawing toolbar
68. Which of the following short cuts will open an existing file?
69. Which of the following are valid sources for storing the addressee information required for Word 2003 mail merge?
- Word 2003
- MS Access
- MS Outlook
- MS Excel
- All of the above
70. You are required to make a form in Word 2003. You require certain parts of the form to be protected against changes made by the end user and certain parts to be editable. How could you achieve this?
- Add sections to the form, and choose which sections you would like to protect from the end user. You can make this choice at the menu Tools > Protect document.
- Add Page breaks to the form, and choose which Page breaks you would like to protect from the end user. You can make this choice at the menu Tools > Protect document.
- Mark the unprotected parts of the form by using ** and /** characters and protect the whole form from the menu Tools > Protect document.
- Mark the unprotected parts of the form by using && and /&& characters and protect the whole form from the menu Tools > Protect document.
- Select the parts of the form that you do not want to protect, and choose Tools > do not protect. After completing this, protect the whole form from the menu Tools > Protect document
71. Which one of the following is a shortcut for going to the beginning of a column in the same column in a Table?
72. When you right-click on a cell of a table drawn in a Word 2003 document, you can see the properties and options as shown in the figure. The Split Cells option has been highlighted in the figure. What is the function of this option?
- It divides an existing cell horizontally into 2 equal cells.
- It divides an existing cell vertically into 2 equal cells.
- It allows you to divide an existing cell of a table into more rows and columns.
- It allows you to merge 2 or more existing cells with one another.
73. When you left-click on the Insert menu option and click Page Numbers, a pop up window opens. Which of the following options is/are available in the pop-up menu?
- Styles and Formatting
74 Which Task Pane of Word 2003 is shown in the given figure?
- XML Structure task pane
- Protect Document task pane
- Shared Workspace task pane
- IRM task pane
75. You are required to prepare an essay in Word 2003 consisting of only 250 words. What is the most convenient way for you to count the total number of words in your document?
- First justify the document (both left and right justified), then count the number of words on one line and multiply them by the number of lines.
- Select the text whose words you require to count and right-click the mouse button. Choose the “Word Count” option.
- Choose the “Word Count” option under the Tools menu.
- Choose the “Paragraph statistics” option under the View menu.
- Count each word one by one. There is currently no tool available for counting the number of words.
76. Wrapping styles can be used to modify the layout of text in relation to a graphic. Which style wraps the text around a graphic in an irregular shape bounding the actual image? (The graphic will move as text is added or deleted.)
- In front of text
- Behind text
- In line with text
77. In documents having many paragraphs, the appearance of the documents can be improved by increasing the spacing between paragraphs. Where in Word, is the built-in option that allows you to add such space?
- Click on Insert > Paragraph; go to the Spacing section and change the “Before” and “After” fields.
- Click on Format > Paragraph; go to the Spacing section and change the “Before” and “After” fields.
- Click on Format > Theme; go to the Spacing section and change the “Before” and “After” fields.
- Press ALT+X; click on the Spacing menu; change the line spacing measurements.
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