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Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar Test

Free Online Microsoft Excel Test
Excel Training 2010 - Getting Started

* What is the Quick Access Toolbar?
* Move the Quick Access Toolbar
* Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
* Organize buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar

10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers



Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar Test

1) Which of the following statements are NOT true about the Quick Access Toolbar in Excel?
a) It is an area of the Excel screen that contains buttons for functions that you use such as Redo and Undo.
b) It is a customizable area of the Excel screen where you can add shortcuts to functions you use frequently.
c) It is a mini-toolbar in the Excel screen that contains buttons for functions such as Save and New.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.


Question 2 - Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar Excel Test
2) Study the screenshot above.  Lilly wishes to remove some of the buttons and vertical lines on the Quick Access Toolbar (circled in red in the screenshot above).  How can she do this quickly?
a) She needs to select the button or vertical line to remove and press the Delete button on her keyboard.
b) She needs to go to the Insert tab and select Edit the Quick Access Toolbar Button in the Edit group to remove buttons.
c) She can right click on a button or vertical line and select Remove from Quick Access Toolbar from the list.
d) It is not advisable to edit the Quick Access Toolbar without advanced Microsoft Office knowledge.

Question 3 - Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar Excel Test
3) Study the screenshot above.  How do you get the Quick Access Toolbar to display below the Ribbon (as circled in red in the screenshot above)?
a) Right-click the Quick Access Toolbar and select Show Quick Access Toolbar Below the Ribbon from the list.
b) Click the down-pointing arrow to the right of the last option on the Quick Access Toolbar and select Show Below the Ribbon from the list.
c) In the Customize the Quick Access Toolbar area of the Excel Options dialog box, tick the box for Show Quick Access Toolbar Below the Ribbon.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

Question 4 - Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar Excel Test
4) Study the vertical lines circled in red in the screenshot above.  What are these vertical lines between buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar called?
a) They are called Separators or <Separator>.
b) They are called Group Lines.
c) They are called Divider Lines.
d) They are called QAT Lines.
5) Which of the following is a method for adding buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar?
a) Right-click a button (or function) on the Ribbon and select Add to Quick Access Toolbar from the list.
b) Under the Insert tab on the Ribbon select Add buttons to Quick Access Toolbar from the Edit group and select the buttons to add.
c) Left-click a button (or function) on the Ribbon and drag and drop it onto the Quick Access Toolbar area.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.


6) In the Customize the Quick Access Toolbar area of the Excel Options dialog box, you can choose commands from which of the following:
a) All Commands, Popular Commands, File Tab
b) Data Tab, Page Layout Tab, Commands not in the Ribbon
c) Macros, Review Tab, Developer Tab, Print Preview Tab
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

7) How do you move buttons in the Quick Access Toolbar to change the order in which they appear?
a) You can left-click to drag and drop buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar in a new position.
b) You can right-click a button and select Move To from the list to move it to a new position on the Quick Access Toolbar.
c) In the Customize the Quick Access Toolbar area of the Excel Options dialog box, use the Move Up and Move Down buttons to move buttons to a new position.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

8) Which of the following represent areas of the screen you can position the Quick Access Toolbar in?
a) You can move it to be positioned vertically on the right-hand side of the screen.
b) You can move it to be positioned at the bottom of the screen as part of the Status Bar.
c) You can move it to be positioned below the Ribbon.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

9) How do you add Separator lines between buttons and groups of buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar?
a) In the Customize the Quick Access Toolbar area of the Excel Options dialog box use the Add button to add a Separator from the left-hand window to the right-hand window.
b) From the Insert tab on the Ribbon, select Insert Separator from the Quick Access Toolbar group.
c) Tick the Automatically Add Separator box in the Quick Access Toolbar area of the Excel Options dialog box.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.


10) Which of the following buttons can you add to the Quick Access Toolbar?
a) You can only add Saving, Editing and Printing buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar.
b) You can add any buttons that you use in Excel to the Quick Access Toolbar.
c) You can only add buttons relating to Saving, Editing, Printing and Emailing to the Quick Access Toolbar.
d) You can only add buttons which are NOT already on the Ribbon to the Quick Access Toolbar.