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Formatting Text in Word Test 2016

Microsoft Word 2016 Test
Free Online Microsoft Word Quiz

* Word Shortcuts for Formatting Text
* Change Font in Word
* Change Font Size in Word
* Change Font Color in Word
* Change Font Style - Underline, Bold, Strikethrough & Italics in Word
* Font Effects in Word - Outline, Shadow, Reflection & Glow in Word
* Superscript in Word - Superscript shortcut Word
* Subscript in Word - Subscript shortcut Word
* Change Case in Word - Change Lowercase to Uppercase in Word
* How to Clear Formatting in Word
* Font Dialogue Box – Everything in One Place
* Word Copy Formatting

10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
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Formatting Text in Word Test 2016

Question 1 - Formatting Text in Word Test 2016

1) In which tab of the Word Ribbon does one find the shortcuts for formatting text?

a) Design
b) Font
c) Home
d) Page Layout


2) Ursula is compiling a document and has copy/pasted several paragraphs from various sites around the internet. As a result, the formatting of the document is wildly inconsistent. Which of the options below best describes steps she could take to set all this text to the document’s default formatting?
a) Highlight all text and select Keep Text Only from the paste menu.
b) Highlight all text and click the Clear All Formatting button.
c) Highlight all the text, select the Arial font, and select a font size of 11.
d) None of the above.


3) Ursula procrastinated by spending several hours tweaking the formatting of her introductory paragraph, until she had it just the way she liked it. How could she quickly apply this formatting to the rest of her text?
a) First highlight the text she wishes to change, click Format Painter, then highlight the text from her opening paragraph.
b) First highlight the text in her introductory paragraph, click Format Painter, then highlight the rest of her text using the mouse.
c) First highlight the text in her introductory paragraph, right click the highlighted text, then select Cascade Formatting from the context menu.
d) None of the above.


4) Which of the following contains an example of subscript?
a) Dihydrogen Monoxide, otherwise written as H2O, is just a fancy way of saying water.
b) We can represent the square of x by writing x2
c) We all live in a post-apocalyptic dystopia yellow submarine
d) None of the above.


Question 5 - Formatting Text in Word Test 2016
5) Refer to the image above. Which of the following most accurately describes the 3 highlighted options?
a) Decrease font size, superscript, and subscript.
b) Select font size, increase font size, and decrease font size.
c) Select font size, set uppercase, set lowercase.
d) Select font, increase font size, and decrease font size.


6) Norman wrote an article on climate change and, in a fit of anger, typed several lines of text in ALL CAPS. His editor feels this would be unprofessional to publish as-is and asks him to correct it. Which of the below options describes the best way for Norman to do this?
a) First select the text, then click the Clear All Formatting button.
b) Click the Change Case button, choose “Sentence case”, then highlight the text.
c) Highlight the text, click the Change Case button, and choose “lowercase”.
d) Highlight the text, click the Change Case button, and choose “Sentence case”.


7) Which of the below definitions best describes the term “superscript”?
a) Superscript is a text effect, based on the style of title text common to the so-called “silver age” of comic books.
b) Superscript is a font, based on the title text of the iconic Superman films starring Christopher Reeves.
c) Superscript simply refers to any font size larger than 16.
d) Superscript is smaller text which appears above, or above and to the side of, another character.


8) Peter has been tasked with writing a minimum of 3 pages on the topic of “The Suit Maketh the Man” by his mentor, Tony. After exhausting all his knowledge on the subject, his target isn’t met. Peter decides to increase the font sizes slightly, so as to give the appearance of having written more, however he has used different font sizes for sub-headings, quotes and paragraph text. How can he quickly increase all the font sizes without setting them to the same size?
a) Highlight all text and click Increase Font Size.
b) Highlight all text and select a font size from the menu to the right of the font name, Word auto-formatting will handle the rest.
c) Both a and b.
d) None of the above.


9) Alistair is instructed to underline all headings with a double blue line, but clicking the underline button produces a single black line each time. What can he do?
a) Click the downwards facing triangle to the right of the underline button, and select the appropriate underline style and color.
b) Select Font from the context menu, and select the appropriate underline style and color.
c) Both a and b.
d) None of the above.


10) Nina is about to type a new document, and wants the text to be blue. Which option best describes what she should do?
a) Nina can simply select the color blue by clicking the upside down triangle to the right of the Font Color button.
b) Nina should click Print Preview, and select the color blue in Print Properties.
c) Nina can select blue in the Colors submenu of Text Effects.
d) None of the above.





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