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Working with Comments & Track Changes
in MS Word Test

MS Word 2016 Training - Reviewing Documents
Free Online Microsoft Word Test

* What are comments and track changes?
* How to insert and delete a comment
* How to add track changes to a document
* How to accept or reject track changes

10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations

Working with Comments & Track Changes MS Word 2016 Test

Question 1 - Working with Comments & Track Changes in MS Word Test

1) Study the screenshot above.  Tessa’s supervisor has asked her to review the corrections he had made using the Track Change function, however, the changes are not visible.  How can Tessa view the changes he made?

a) She can view the changes by changing the Display for Review value to All Markup.
b) She can view the changes by selecting Show Markup in the Tracking group.
c) She can view the changes by switching on track changes by clicking on the Track Changes button in the Tracking group.
d) There are no track changes made to this document.
2) How do you insert a comment into a document?
a) Right click and select Insert Comment then type your comment.
b) Under the Review tab on the Ribbon, in the Comments group, select New Comment then type your comment.
c) Under the Insert tab on the Ribbon, in the Comments group, select Comment then type your comment.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.


Question 3 - Working with Comments & Track Changes in MS Word Test
3) Document edits made using track changes are displayed in a separate section called Revisions (circled in orange in the screenshot above).  How do you hide this section?
a) This section, called the Revisions panel, cannot be hidden as it is essential for displaying changes to a document.
b) This section, called the Reviewing pane, can be switched off by clicking on the Reviewing Pane button in the Tracking group.
c) This section, called the Reviewing pane, can be hidden by deactivating track changes from the Tracking group.
d) This section, called the Revisions panel, will only disappear once all the changes in the panel has been rejected or accepted.

Question 4 - Working with Comments & Track Changes in MS Word Test
4) Study the screenshot above paying special attention to the section circled in orange. Why are the comments displaying as blue speech bubbles instead of as comments containing text?
a) The speech bubbles are comment requests. When reviewing the document, click on them to add your comments to the section.
b) There is not enough space in the document to display the comments, so Word reduced their size to icons only.
c) There are no comments in this document.  The speech bubbles are images.
d) The comments are hidden.  Under the Review button on the Ribbon, in the Comments group, click on Show Comments.

5) How can you quickly delete ALL the comments made within in a document at once?
a) Click on Select All Comments under the Review tab on the ribbon and press the Delete button on your keyboard.
b) Right-click on each comment within the document and select Delete Comment from the list.
c) Under the Review tab on the Ribbon, in the Comments group, select Delete and then Delete All Comments in Document.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

6) What action do you need to take to switch off track changes?
a) Under the Review tab on the Ribbon, in the Changes group, click on the Accept button to switch track changes off.
b) Under the Review tab on the Ribbon, in the Tracking group, click on the Track Changes button to switch track changes off.
c) Under the Review tab on the Ribbon, in the Tracking group, click on the Show Markup button to switch track changes off.
d) None of the options listed above are correct.

7) How can you easily and consistently navigate between track changes in a document?
a) In the Changes group, use the Previous and Next buttons to navigate between track changes in a document.
b) Click on the Show Markup button in the Tracking group to navigate between track changes in a document.
c) Use the scrolling wheel on your mouse and look out for changes made in red in a document.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

8) How do you permanently apply all the edits that were made in track changes, to a document?
a) Click on the Track Changes button in the Tracking group to accept all changes in a document and to stop tracking changes.
b) Click on the dropdown arrow below the Accept button in the Changes group and select Accept All Changes.
c) In the Display for Review box in the Tracking group, select No Markup to accept all the changes in a document.
d) Right-click the document and select Apply Track Changes and Stop Tracking from the list to accept all the changes in a document.

9) To block another user from switching off track changes in a document, what function should you enable?
a) The Lock Tracking option, which is located under the Track Changes button, will discourage users from switching off track changes.
b) No function is necessary, once Track Changes is switched on, they cannot be stopped unless all changes are accepted.
c) Activate the Reviewing Pane in the Tracking group. This will prevent other users from switching off the track changes function.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

10) Lucy, Jane and Peter all made edits to the same document using track changes.  Lucy wants to only view the edits she made in track changes.  How can she do this?
a) The document will automatically open with only the track changes she made.
b) This is not possible. She needs to review the document with everyone’s changes, but can differentiate her changes in redline.
c) In the Display for Review box, she needs to select Lucy’s Changes to view only the edits she made.
d) Under the Show Markup button, she needs to select Specific People and then ensure only her name is ticked in the list.