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Formatting Paragraphs in MS Word Test

Free Online Microsoft Word Tests
MS Word 2010 - Formatting

* Paragraph Alignment
* Line and Paragraph Spacing
* Keep Together
* Line and Page Break


10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations



Formatting Paragraphs in MS Word Test

Microsoft Word Test - Formatting Paragraphs Test - Question 1

1) Study the block of text in the screenshot above.  Which paragraph alignment setting do you think has been applied to it?

a) Right alignment has been applied.
b) Left alignment has been applied.
c) Justified alignment has been applied.
d) A combination of right and left alignment has been applied.
2) The shortcut combinations Ctrl+1, Ctrl+2 and Ctrl+5 , are associated with:
a) Inserting 1, 2 or 5 line breaks after a paragraph.
b) Inserting single, double or 1.5 line spacing before or after a paragraph.
c) Applying single, double or multiple paragraph spacing before or after a paragraph.
d) Applying single, double or 1.5 line spacing between lines of text. Microsoft Word Test - Formatting Paragraphs Test - Question 3
3) Study the screenshot above. When reviewing this document, Lauren noticed that there were several instances where a heading was on a separate page from the paragraph that followed it.  How can she fix this and stop it from happening again?
a) If she presses enter a few times before the heading, it will move the heading down to the next page.
b) If she selects the text and then tick: Keep Lines Together in the Paragraph dialogue box under the Line and Page Breaks tab, it will keep the lines of text and the heading together.
c) If she selects the text and then tick Keep With Next in the Paragraph dialogue box under the Line and Page Breaks tab, it will keep the lines of text and heading together.
d) If she selects the text and then press Ctrl+Shift+Enter, it will manually keep lines of text together.


4) Which of the options below allow you to ensure that a page break is automatically inserted ahead of a specific paragraph or heading?  
a) The Page Breaks Before option in the Paragraph dialogue box.
b) The Keep With Next option in the Paragraph dialogue box.
c) The Keep Lines Together option in the Paragraph dialogue box.
d) All of the above options are correct.

5) Which of the following is the correct shortcut key to align text to the center of a page? 
a) Ctrl+c to center.
b) Ctrl+Shift+c to center.
c) Shift+c to center.
d) Ctrl+e to center.

6) Which of the following measurements represent paragraph spacing?
a) Double 1.5.
b) 12 pt before, 12 pt after.
c) Multiple 1.5.
d) 2.5 pt right, 2.5 pt left.


7) What is the purpose of the shortcut combination Shift+Enter?
a) It inserts a new line within a paragraph.
b) It inserts a new page when pressed.
c) It inserts a new paragraph when pressed.
d) It inserts a new column when pressed.


8) What is the purpose of the Widow/Orphan control tick box in the Paragraph dialogue box under the Line and Page Breaks tab?
a) It automatically removes extra page breaks within a document when ticked.
b) It controls how paragraphs are spaced out and prevents paragraphs from becoming separated.
c) It prevents one line of text appearing on one page and the rest of the paragraph on another.
d) It allows you to use the Keep With Next and Keep Lines Together options.

9) What is the first step in setting paragraph or line spacing and their options?
a) Find the correct option that suits the situation.
b) Launch the Paragraph dialogue box before doing anything else.
c) Select the text you wish to apply the setting to.
d) Position your cursor at the beginning of the document.

10) Selecting a paragraph of text and pressing Ctrl+l on your keyboard, will result in which of the following:

a) It launches the line spacing dialogue box/list from which you can choose a line spacing value.
b) It sets the alignment of the document to be aligned to the right side of the page.
c) It sets the space that will appear between paragraphs in a document.
d) It sets the alignment of the document to be aligned to the left side of the page.