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Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar Test
*The Quick Access Toolbar

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Word - Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar Test

1) Which of the following is a method for adding buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar?
a) Drag and drop buttons from the Ribbon onto the Quick Access Toolbar.
b) Click the drop-down arrow located to the right of the Quick Access Toolbar and select "Add All".
c) Right click a button (or function) on the Ribbon and select "Add to Quick Access Toolbar".
d) None of the above options are correct.
2) Study the screenshot below this question.  What are the vertical lines in-between some of the buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar called and how are they inserted?
a) They are called separators. Insert them from the"'Modify the Quick Access Toolba"' dialogue box.
b) They are called dividers.  Insert them from the"'Modify the Quick Access Toolbar"' dialogue box.
c) They are called separator lines.  Insert them by right-clicking on the Quick Access Toolbar and selecting “Insert Line Break”.
d) They are called division lines.  Insert them by grouping items on the Quick Access Toolbar together by moving them up or down.
Microsoft Word Test - Question 2 - Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar

3) In the “Customize the Quick Access Toolbar” dialogue box, you can choose commands from which of the following lists?
a) All Commands, Popular Commands, Commands on the Ribbon
b) All Commands, Popular Commands, Quick Access Default Commands
c) Commands not on the Ribbon, All Commands, Frequently Used Commands
d) All Commands, Popular Commands, Commands Not in the Ribbon



4) How do you remove any unwanted button from the Quick Access Toolbar?  
a) Select the button and click delete on your keyboard.
b) Right click the button and select “Remove from Quick Access Toolbar”.
c) Click the drop-down arrow next to the Quick Access Toolbar and un-tick the box next to the button you wish to remove.
d) Simply click and drag the button off the Quick Access Toolbar.
5) Study the screenshot of a section of the Customize the Quick Access Toolbar dialogue box below this question.  How do you get the functions listed in the left panel to appear in the right panel and therefore as buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar? 
a) Select the function in the right-hand side panel and then click the “Add” button to insert it on the Quick Access Toolbar Panel.
b) Click the arrow located on the right-hand side of the function in the left panel.  This will add it to the Quick Access Toolbar Panel.
c) Drag items from the left panel into the Quick Access Toolbar Panel.
d) Right click items in the left panel list and select 'Add to Quick Access Toolbar' to automatically insert it in the Quick Access Toolbar Panel.
Microsoft Word Test - Question 5 - Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar


6) Study the screenshot of a Quick Access Toolbar below.  If I wanted to move the Redo button (right-pointing arrow) to be located next to the Undo button, which of the following actions will be successful in achieving this?
a) Click and drag the Redo button into position next to the Undo button and click “Save” to accept changes.
b) Click the down pointing arrow located to the right-hand side of the Quick Access Toolbar and select “Organize the Quick Access Toolbar” from the list. This will give you a panel in which to reorganize the buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar.
c) In the “Customize the Quick Access Toolbar” dialogue box use the “Move Up” and “Move Down” buttons to move the Redo button in the Quick Access Toolbar to be above (or below) the Undo button in the list.
d) None of the above actions will be successful.
Microsoft Word Test - Question 6 - Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar

7) Which of the following positions are options for moving the Quick Access Toolbar to?
a) Positioned vertically next to the ruler on the left-hand side of the screen.
b) Positioned horizontally below the Ribbon.
c) Horizontally at the bottom of the screen (above the status bar).
d) All of the above positions are possible.

8) In line with the ultimate purpose of the Quick Access Toolbar, which of the following types of buttons (functions) would you add to the Quick Access Toolbar?
a) Any buttons that you frequently use.
b) All buttons related to saving and editing a document.
c) Buttons which are normally located in the Backstage View.
d) Buttons which are not available on the Ribbon.


9) Study the screenshot below this question.  Why do some items have a tick next to them?
a) They are buttons that are available to add to the Quick Access Toolbar.
b) They are buttons that are already on the Quick Access Toolbar.
c) They are buttons that can be modified on the Quick Access Toolbar.
d) They are buttons that are suggested to be added to the Quick Access Toolbar based on your frequently used functions.
Microsoft Word Test - Question 9 - Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar

10) What is a quick way of resetting the Quick Access Toolbar and removing any modifications you have made?
a) Right-click the Quick Access Toolbar and select “Reset”.
b) In the “Customize the Quick Access Toolbar” dialogue box, remove all the functions you don't want by clicking the “Remove” button.
c) In the “Customize the Quick Access Toolbar” dialogue box, select all the functions you don't want by holding down the control key on your keyboard whilst selecting them and then press the Delete button.
d) In the “Customize the Quick Access Toolbar” dialogue box, click on the Reset button and select “Reset only the Quick Access Toolbar” and press OK.