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The Backstage View: Using the File Tab Test

Free Online Microsoft Word Tests
MS Word 2010 - Getting Started

* Recent Documents
* Using Pushpins to keep documents at the top of the List
* Print and Print Preview
* Save and Save As


10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations



Word - The Backstage View: Using the File Tab Test

1) Which of the following lists represent functions you will find in the Backstage View of Word?
a) Save As, Open, Word Options, Recent Documents, Print Preview
b) Save As, Open, Font Options, Document Review, Print Preview
c) Save, Open, Exit Word, Document Review, Print Preview
d) Save, Close, Save As, Open As, Word Options, Recent Documents, Print Preview
2) Study the screenshot below this question.  What does the drawing pin icon located to the right of each document name tell you?
a) These items are pinned to the Recent Documents list and will not move off the list.
b) These items are available to be pinned to the Recent Folders list.
c) These items have recently been unpinned from the Recent Documents list.
d) These items are on the Recent Documents list, but have not been pinned to the list.
Microsoft Word Test - Question 2 - The Backstage View: Using the File Tab

3) Jenny wants to print only pages 3 – 7 of a 100 page document as single sided pages.  How can she do this?
a) She needs to set her printer to the correct settings for A4 and page numbers and then press Print in the Backstage View.
b) In the Backstage View next to the Print tab under pages, she must set the Print Custom Range to 3–7 and print One Sided settings.
c) In the Backstage View under Word Options, she must set the Print Custom Range to 3-7 and Print One Side Only under Printer.
d) Under Print in the Backstage View, she must set 3-7 in the Copies box under Print and ensure 1 Page Per Sheet is selected under Pages.



4) How long does a folder remain available in the Recent Folders list?  
a) Until you restart your computer.
b) For 3 months only. 
c) For as long as you need it.
d) None of the above options are correct.

5) Study the screenshot of a document below this question. Brian wants to make changes to this document but keep the original document intact.  What should he do? 
a) Press Save As, give the document a new name.  Make changes as needed.
b) Make changes to the document, press save and close the document.
c) Press Save As and give the document the same name as it currently has.  Make changes as needed.
d) Make changes as needed to the document, press Save and then save the document with a new name.
Microsoft Word Test - Question 5 - The Backstage View: Using the File Tab

6) Which of the following shortcut combinations will open the Print options area of the Backstage View?
a) Control + Alt + Enter
b) Control + W
c) Control + P
d) P + Control



7) Which of the following shortcuts is NOT associated with saving a document?
a) F12
b) Control + W
c) Control + S
d) All of the above options are associated with saving a document.

8) Kirsty wants to save her résumé in a format that cannot be opened up and changed by prospective employers.  A friend suggests she saves it in PDF format as then they would be able to open and read her résumé, but not make any changes to it.  How can she do this?
a) Print the document in the Backstage View and then use a printer to scan it in, in PDF format.
b) Save the document and name it “PDF”.
c) In the Save As dialogue box select PDF from the Save as type list and click Save.
d) In the Print options area, select PDF from the Print A List.  Then, in the Save As dialogue box, give the document a new name and click Save.


9) How do you get a Print Preview of all the pages in your document?
a) Select all the pages in your document before going to the Print options area in the Backstage View.
b) In the Print options area of the Backstage View, use the page navigation buttons at the bottom left-hand corner of the Print Preview screen to move backwards and forwards through all the pages in the document.
c) In the Print options area of the Backstage View, click on the 1 Page Per Sheet button and change it to however many pages the document contains to view all pages.
d) Use the Zoom slider located on the bottom right-hand corner of the Print preview to scroll through all the pages.


10) How do you exit the Backstage View?
a) Press the Exit button located at the bottom of the left-hand panel.
b) Press the Close button located top-middle of the left-hand panel.
c) Press on the Page Layout Tab.
d) Press on the close “x” at the top right-hand corner of the Backstage View.