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The Views in Word Test

Free Online Microsoft Word Tests
MS Word 2010 - Getting Started

* Print Layout
* Full Screen Reading
* Draft views
* Using the Zoom feature


10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations



Word - The Views in Word Test

1) Study the screenshot below this question.  Can you identify which view type it represents?
a) The Outline View.
b) The Draft View.
c) The Print Layout View.
d) The Reading View.
Microsoft Word Test - Question 1 - The Views in Word
2) Study the screenshot below this question.  Can you identify which view type it represents?
a) The Outline View.
b) The Draft View.
c) The Print Layout View.
d) The Reading View.
Microsoft Word Test - Question 2 - The Views in Word

3) Peter is using the Reading Layout View to review a document for his friend Lisa.  He wants to show her the changes he is making in the document without finalizing the changes.  Which of the following options is the most efficient way for him to do this?
a) He could make the changes and make a list for Lisa of the changes he has made separately.
b) He could use the highlighter in Reading Layout to highlight any changes he makes.
c) He could enable and use the Track Changes option in the Reading Layout View.
d) All of the above are equally efficient options.



4) Study the screenshot below this question.  Can you identify which view type it represents?  
a) The Outline View.
b) The Draft View. 
c) The Print Layout View.
d) The Reading View.
Microsoft Word Test - Question 4 - The Views in Word

5) Which of the following elements are NOT associated with the Print Layout View? 
a) View formatting as it will look like when printed.
b) View page margins and adjust margins.
c) View styles applied to the document using the styles area pane.
d) View the layout of content on the page of a document.


6) Which of the following is NOT a valid zoom percentage to which you can zoom a document?
a) 100%
b) 499%
c) 200%
d) All of the above are valid zoom percentages.



7) Which of the following represent a function of the Outline View?
a) It allows you to create a table of contents for your document and view the different table of content styles available.
b) To view a manipulatable outline of your document where you can demote and promote levels or view specific levels only.
c) To create borders, tables and links and using styles to identify and move these lines around in the document.
d) To create the outline of a thesis or contract before the body text is added.

8) How do you exit the Full Screen Reading View?
a) Press the escape key on your keyboard to return to the Print Layout View.
b) Press Control + Alt + P to return to the Print Layout View.
c) Press the “Close” button on the top right-hand corner of the Full Screen Reading View screen.
d) All of the above are correct.


9) Into which view type can you NOT automatically type?
a) The Full Screen Reading View.
b) The Print Layout View.
c) The Outline View.
d) The Draft View.


10) To prevent Microsoft Word attachments you open from Outlook to automatically display in Full Screen Reading View, which of the following actions will be successful?
a) After the document opens in Full Screen Reading View, click on the View Tab and change the view to Print Layout View.
b) Click “Close” to exit the Full Screen Reading View and continue reading the document in the Draft View.  This will set a precedent and Word will in future open all documents from Outlook in Draft View.
c) Uncheck the default option in Full Screen Reading View located under View Options that says "Don't Open Attachments in Full Screen Reading View".
d) All of the above options are correct.