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Moving Around the Document Test

Free Online Microsoft Word Tests
MS Word 2010 - Getting Started

* The mouse, keyboard, keyboard shortcuts, scroll bars, Home and End buttons and Go To features

10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations


Word - Moving Around the Document Test

1) Which of the following options will NOT allow you to scroll through your document page-by-page?
a) Dragging the slider located in the middle of the vertical scrollbar.
b) Pressing Control + Home or Control + End.
c) Using the scrolling wheel on your mouse to move through pages.
d) Using the Up and Down Arrows on the keyboard.
2) Study the screenshot of the Go To dialogue box below this question.  What will be the result of pressing the Go To button?
a) It will find all instances of the number 12 and allow for moving backwards and forwards through all instances of this number.
b) It will jump to page 12 in the document.
c) It will jump to the 12th footnote in the document.
d) It will jump to a footnote with the number 12 in it.
Microsoft Word Test - Question 2 - Moving Around the Document



3) Which of the following methods will NOT launch the Go To dialogue box?
a) Holding down Control and pressing G.
b) Holding down Control and pressing F.
c) Selecting Go To from the Find dropdown list in the Editing Group.
d) Pressing the Page x of y button on the Status bar.

4) Which of the following is NOT a function you can execute from the Navigation Pane?
a) You can use it to navigate to a specific page and view thumbnails of pages.
b) You can use it to find a specific word and then navigate through all instances of that word. 
c) You can use it to navigate through headings in your document.
d) You can use it to navigate to spelling errors in your document..

5) Which of the following represents an easy way of moving through a document word by word? 
a) Hold down Control + Left/Right arrows to move through text word-by-word.
b) Hold down Control + Shift + Up/Down arrows to move through text word-by-word.
c) Press the Left Arrow or Right Arrow.
d) All of the above options are correct.

6) Lois wants to quickly scroll through all the tables in her document.  Which of the following options represents the best solution for her?
a) Use the Navigation Pane to view thumbnails of the pages in the document.  Click on thumbnails that contain a table.
b) Use the Go To Dialogue box, select “Tables” in the “Go To What” list and insert the total number of tables contained in the document in the criteria box.  Press “Go To” repeatedly to navigate through all the tables.
c) Use the Go To Dialogue box, select “Tables” in the “Go To What” list and leave the criteria box blank.  Use Next and Previous to navigate through tables in the document.
d) Use the Go To Dialogue box, type “Tables” in the criteria box.  Use Next and Previous to navigate through tables in the document.



7) Study the Navigation Pane in the screenshot below.  It notes that the word “contract” occurs 23 times in this document.  How can I use the navigation pane to QUICKLY scroll through each instance of the word “contract” individually?
a) Press the Previous Search Result and Next Search result buttons to scroll upwards and downwards through each instances of the word “contract” in the document.
b) Scroll through the document using Control + Page Up and Control + Page down.  All the instances of “contract” will be highlighted by the Navigation Pane and easy to find.
c) Open the Go To dialogue box and press the Next and Previous buttons to go through the results.
d) Select the first instance of the word “contract” and press Control + G to navigate through all instances of the word.
Microsoft Word Test - Question 7 - Moving Around the Document


8) Which of the following items can you NOT navigate to using the Go To dialogue box?
a) Tables
b) Pages
c) Languages
d) Shapes


9) Which of the following is a method for launching the Navigation Pane?
a) Ticking the Navigation Pane box in the Show Group under the View Tab on the Ribbon.
b) Pressing Control + F.
c) Clicking on the Find button in the Editing Group under the Home Tab.
d) All of the above are correct.


10) Which of the following is the easiest method to move to the start of a 135 page document?
a) Pressing Home will take you to the beginning of the document.
b) Pressing Control + Home will take you to the beginning of the document.
c) Using the scrolling wheel on your mouse to scroll up to the first page of the document.
d) Pressing Control + Up arrow to move to the beginning of the document.