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Formatting Text in MS Word Test

Free Online Microsoft Word Tests
MS Word 2010 - Formatting

Change Font Type, Color And Size - Change Case
Apply Font Effects - Apply Superscript And Subscript
Copy Formatting - Clear Formatting


10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations



Formatting Text in MS Word Test

1) Before changing the font type, size and color of specific text, you must first:
a) Set the font name, size and color in the Font group under the Home tab on the Ribbon.
b) Clear all current formatting.
c) Select the text you wish to apply it to.
d) Position your cursor at the beginning of the document.
2) Ryan received an email from his boss which was typed in all capital letters.  Ryan needs to insert this text into another document but with the correct capitalization of sentences and words.  Which of the following options will help him?
a) He can use the Paste Special function to paste the text without formatting.
b) He can turn the Caps Lock button on his keyboard to the off position.
c) He can use Shift+F3 to change the case of selected text to the desired case.
d) All of the above options are correct. Microsoft Word Test - Formatting Text Test - Question 3
3) Study the screenshot above.  Is it possible to tell which Font effect(s) have been applied to the text?
a) Yes, bold, underline and italics are applied.
b) Yes, bold and underline are applied.
c) Yes, Calibri, 11, blue font, bold and underline are applied.
d) No, it is not possible to tell from the screenshot above.


4) Which of the following sentences contain examples of superscript and/or subscript?  
a) The 100mms parameter contains the calculation.
b) It's on the 12th day of Christmas, I think.
c) She saw the cup as 1/2 full.
d) All of the above contains an example of superscript and/or subscript.
Microsoft Word Test - Formatting Text Test - Question 5
5) Which of the following best describes the function of the button on the Ribbon circled in orange in the screenshot above?  
a) You use it to change the font type of selected text.
b) You use it to copy the formatting of selected text.
c) You use it to clear formatting from selected text.
d) You use it to place a border around selected words.



6) Which of the following is NOT a Change Case option?
a) The Lowercase option.
b) The Small Caps option.
c) The Sentence Case option.
d) The Capitalize Each Word option.


7) Jamie wishes to see what each Font type will look like applied to the heading of his document.  Which of the following is the QUICKEST way for him to do this?
a) By hovering his mouse cursor over each font name in the Font list to see what it will look like before being applied to selected text.
b) Use the Shift+F3 shortcut to quickly cycle through each available font type to see what it will look like when applied.
c) Select each font by clicking it to apply it to the heading text.  Keep changing it until he finds something he likes.
d) All of the above options will work equally efficiently.
Microsoft Word Test - Formatting Text Test - Question 8
8) Study the screenshot above.  How would you remove the lines through the text?
a) Use the Clear Formatting button to remove the Strikethrough effect.
b) Press Ctrl+Shift+n to return the formatting to the default font formatting for the document.
c) Select the text and toggle the Strikethrough button to 'off'.
d) All of the above are correct.


9) Which of the following shortcut combinations allow you to copy and paste formatting of selected text?
a) Using Ctrl+c to copy formatting and Ctrl+v to paste formatting.
b) Using Ctrl+i, Ctrl+b and Ctrl+u to recreate formatting.
c) Using Ctrl+Shift+c to copy formatting and Ctrl+Shift+p to paste formatting.
d) Using Ctrl+Shift+c to copy formatting and Ctrl+Shift+v to paste formatting.

10) Which of the following represent the correct sequence of actions to copy and paste formatting using the Format Painter?
a) Select text to copy formatting from, press the Format Painter button and use the format painter to paste the formatting.
b) Double click the format painter button and paint the text you wish to reformat with it.
c) Select text you wish to apply the formatting to, double click the format painter and then paint the text with it.
d) Select text to copy formatting from, press the Format Painter button and press escape.  Use the Format painter button when you wish to recreate the copied formatting.