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Basic Worksheet Formatting Test

Free Online Microsoft Excel Tests
Excel 2010 - Worksheets

* Inserting & Deleting Cells, Rows & Columns
* Setting Width & Height for Columns & Rows
* Inserting & Formatting Borders
* Inserting Headers, Footers & Page Numbers

10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
and Answer Explanations

Basic Worksheet Formatting Test

1) Which of the following options most accurately represent a method for inserting rows into a worksheet in Excel?
a) Select the whole worksheet by pressing Ctrl+A and then right-click and select Insert from the menu list.
b) Select a row in the worksheet by clicking on the row label to select it and then right-click and select insert from the menu list.
c) Select a row in the worksheet by clicking on the row label to select it and then press the Enter key to insert a new row.
d) All of the above options are correct.

Question 2 - Excel Test - Basic Worksheet Formatting Test
2) Study the screenshot above.  What is a quick way to resize the columns in the screenshot above to ensure all content fits within their respective column widths?
a) Select each individual column and then drag the column divider to resize each column.
b) Select all the columns, right-click and select Resize Columns from the menu list, then enter the column width value required.
c) Select all the columns and then double click any of the column dividers in the selection to resize columns to fit content.
d) Select the last column on the right and then double click its divider to resize all the columns in the worksheet.

Question 3 - Excel Test - Basic Worksheet Formatting Test
3) Study the screenshot above.  In order to apply borders that look like those in the worksheet above, which option would you have to select from the Borders menu?
a) Outside Borders.
b) Right border, left border and bottom border.
c) Inside Borders.
d) All Borders.

4) How do you remove borders that have been applied to a worksheet?
a) Select all the cells you wish to remove the borders from and then click on No Border in the Borders menu list.
b) Select all the cells you wish to remove the borders from and then click on Remove Borders in the Borders menu list.
c) Select all the cells you wish to remove the borders from and press Ctrl+Delete on your keyboard.
d) All of the above are methods for removing borders from selected cells.


5) Casey has an Excel worksheet that prints over several pages.  She wishes to add automatic page numbers to make it easier to collate when printing the worksheet.  Which of the following solutions could she use to add page numbers?
a) Use the Page Break Preview view to ascertain where page breaks appear.  Then insert a page number above each page break.
b) In the Print Preview view use the Insert Page Numbers function to number pages before they are printed.
c) In the Page Layout view, use the Header & Footer tools to insert automatic page numbers in the Header or Footer region of every page.
d) None of the above options are correct.

6) Which of the following is NOT an element that can be inserted into the Header & Footer region of an Excel worksheet?
a) ClipArt, Photos, Images, Shapes and other graphical elements.
b) Sheet name, page number, worksheet name and author.
c) Current date and time.
d) All of the above are elements that can be inserted into the Header and/or Footer region of a worksheet.

7) How do you remove all Headers & Footers from a worksheet?
a) In the Page Layout view, go to each page in the worksheet and delete all content from the Header and Footer regions.
b) In the Normal view, right-click either the Header or Footer area and select Delete Headers & Footers from the menu list.
c) In the Page Layout view, select None from both the Header and Footer menus under the Header & Footer Tools – Design tab.
d) All of the above options are correct.


8) The Header & Footer Tools – Design tab is a contextual tab.  What condition(s) must be met before the Header & Footer Tools Ribbon displays?
a) Page Layout view must be activated.
b) You must click in the Header or Footer region of the worksheet.
c) You must click on the Header & Footer – Design tab in the Ribbon.
d) All of the above are essential elements in gaining access to the Header & Footer Design Tools.

9) Katy attempted to insert an automatic page number into the Footer of every worksheet.  She followed all the instructions for inserting an automatic page number in the Page Numbering tutorial, but her page number is still displaying as:  &[Page] .  How can she fix this?
a) If she presses the Enter key on her keyboard, the correct page number will appear.
b) She has inserted an incomplete formula.  She needs to insert an equal sign so that the formula reads: =&[Page]
c) She needs to click away from the Header region back into the body of the document to view the page number.
d) She needs to reinsert the page number by selecting Page Number from the Header & Footer Elements group.

10) Where will you find options to change the line style and color of borders in a worksheet?
a) By clicking on the Format button in the Cells group under the Home tab and selecting Format Cells.
b) By pressing Ctrl+1 on your keyboard and then clicking on the Border tab in the Format Cells dialogue box.
c) By clicking on the Border button in the Font group and selecting Line Color and Line Style from the menu list.
d) All of the above options are correct.