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Working with Headers and Footers
in MS Word Test

MS Word 2016 Training - Reviewing
Free Online Microsoft Word Tutorial

* How to insert a header or footer
* How to edit a header or footer
* Adding dynamic content to a header or footer
* Adding images or logos to a header or footer
* How to have different headers or footers in the same document

10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations



Working with Headers and Footers MS Word 2016 Test

Question 1 - Working with headers and footers Test -  MS Word 2016

1) Study the screenshot above.  How can you access the footer region of a document?

a) By pressing enter repeatedly after the last paragraph of a document.
b) By going to the References tab on the Ribbon and selecting Insert Footnote.
c) By going to the Home tab and selecting a Border from the paragraph group to indicate where the footer must start.
d) By double-clicking the footer region at the bottom of the page or right-clicking it and selecting Edit Footer.
2) Which of the following content can you insert in a header or footer region of a document?
a) A table, borders and shading.
b) An image, logo or shape.
c) The name of the document and its author.
d) All of the above.


Question 3 - Working with headers and footers Test -  MS Word 2016
3) Study the screenshot above.  What is the purpose of the Link to Previous function (circled in orange)?
a) If selected, it will link the selected header or footer of one section of the document to the previous section.
b) It links the header and footer of a document so that they will contain the same content.
c) It links different pages in a document together to ensure they print correctly.
d) It links different related documents together.

4) Which of the following is required to add different headers or footers to different parts of a document?
a) Page breaks at the end of each page.
b) Section breaks, Next Page.
c) Alignment tabs.
d) All of the above.

Question 5 - Working with headers and footers Test -  MS Word 2016
5) Study the screenshot above paying attention to the section circled in orange.  How can you insert a date and time field that automatically updates every time the document is opened?
a) Type the date and time manually into the header or footer section.
b) Insert a Date and Time field into the header or footer section.
c) Press Ctrl + ; (semicolon) to insert the current date and time into the selected header or footer.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.


Question 6 - Working with headers and footers Test -  MS Word 2016
6) Study the screenshot above.  How do you view section or page breaks (as circled in orange above) in a document?
a) All page breaks and section breaks are automatically visible in a document.
b) Double click the header or footer region and the page and section breaks will become visible.
c) Press Ctrl+* to show all the page and section breaks in a document.
d) None of the options listed above are correct.

7) How can you increase the space a header takes up in a document?
a) By increasing the value of the Header from Top option as required.
b) By dragging the top margin downwards on the vertical ruler on the left-hand side of the document.
c) By launching the Page Setup dialog box from the Page Setup group and increasing the By Edge, Header value.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

8) How do you remove any header or footer content, such as page numbers or document names, from the cover page (first page) of a document?
a) Double-click the header and/or footer sections and delete any content on the first page of the document.
b) Double click the header and/or footer sections and select the Remove Header and/or Remove Footer options in the Header & Footer group.
c) Double-click the header and/or footer sections and tick the Different First Page box in the Options group.
d) None of the options listed above are correct.

9) To align the contents of a footer, for example an author name, page number and document name, neatly, which option could you use?
a) Insert a table with three columns and insert each of the elements listed above in different cells.
b) Use the Insert Alignment Tab option located in the Position group under the Header & Footer Tools, Development tab to set tab stops to align the elements listed above.
c) Insert tab stops by double-clicking the horizontal ruler and setting tabs for the elements listed.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

10) Liz has added the company logo to the header of her document, but is unable to move the logo.  When she tries to drag it into a new position, nothing happens.  How can we help Liz?
a) She can set tab stops using the Insert Alignment Tab option located in the Position group under the Header & Footer Tools, Development tab.
b) If she changes the image wrap to Through or In Front of Text, she will be able to move the company logo.
c) She can change the paper size or decrease the margin size to make more space to move the company logo.
d) She can increase the header size so that there is more space to move the company logo.