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Copying and Pasting MS Word Test

Free Online Microsoft Word Tests
MS Word 2010 - Entering Text

Copy, Cut and Paste - Paste Special - The Clipboard

10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations



Copying and Pasting Test

1) Which of the following represent the correct sequence of actions for content to be copied and pasted?
a) Select content, press the Copy button, press the Paste button, move the insertion point to where you want to insert the content.
b) Press the Copy button, select content, move the insertion point to where you want to insert the content and press the Paste button.
c) Select content, press the Copy button, move the insertion point to where you want to insert the content and press the Paste button.
d) Select content, move the insertion point to where you want to insert the content, press the Copy button and press the Paste button.
2) Which option best describes what the purpose of the shortcut Ctrl+x is?
a) You use it to cut content to the Clipboard.
b) You use it to copy content to the Clipboard.
c) You use it to paste cut content at a specific place.
d) You use it to paste text without formatting.
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3) Study the screenshot above.  You will notice the Cut and Copy buttons are greyed out (not available). How can you make them active so that they are available to use?
a) You first have to paste all the content on the Clipboard before you can cut or copy more.
b) You first have to select content to copy or cut before the buttons will become available.
c) You first have to use Ctrl+c or Ctrl+x to copy or cut content before you can use the Cut and Copy buttons.
d) None of the above options are correct.


4) Which of the following statements about the Clipboard is UNTRUE?  
a) The Clipboard can store up to 24 items.
b) The dialogue box launcher in the Clipboard group launches the Clipboard.
c) You can only copy not cut items onto the clipboard.  Cut items will not appear on the Clipboard.
d) You can use the Clipboard to repeatedly paste from the selection of items on it.
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5) Study the screenshot above.  The above menu appears when you right-click after copying text.  Which of the following options best describes what will happen to text you paste by using the Paste Option “A” circled in yellow above?  
a) Content will be pasted as unformatted text only.
b) Content will be pasted in uppercase letters only.
c) All the content you copied will be pasted.
d) All of the above options are correct.

6) Which of the following is not a method for pasting content that has been copied or cut?
a) Press Ctrl+v to paste content.
b) Press the Paste button in the Clipboard group on the Ribbon.
c) Click on the item to be pasted on the Clipboard.
d) Press Ctrl+p to paste content.


7) To remove items from the Clipboard, you must:
a) Select them and press delete on your keyboard.
b) Right-click the item and select “delete”.
c) It is not possible to delete individual items from the Clipboard.
d) Paste them into the document to remove them from the Clipboard.

8) Which of the following is not a correct method for cutting and pasting text?
a) Select text, press Ctrl+x, move the insertion point to desired location, press Ctrl+v.
b) Select text, right-click on the text and select "Cut", move the insertion point to the desired location, press Ctrl+v.
c) Select text, press the Cut button, move the insertion point to the desired location, press the Paste button.
d) All of the above are correct.

9) Which of the following describes a method of removing all formatting from a document?
a) Select the whole document and press the Cut button, then in a new document right click and select “Text Only’ under Paste Options.
b) Select the whole document, press Ctrl+c, then in a new document press Ctrl+Alt+v and select “Unformatted Text” from the list and press OK.
c) Both of the above options are correct.
d) Neither of the above options are correct.

10) Cut, copy and paste are useful functions for duplicating or moving text from one point in a document to another point in the same document or to a new document.  What other types of content can be cut, copied and pasted?
a) Images can be cut, copied and pasted.
b) Tables can be cut, copied and pasted.
c) Shapes can be cut, copied and pasted.
d) All of the above options are correct.