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Page Layout in MS Word Test

Free Online Microsoft Word Tests
MS Word 2010 - Formatting

* Setting Paper Size
* Page Orientation
* Setting Page Margins
* Working with Headers and Footers


10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations



Page Layout in MS Word Test

 

1) Which of the following represent pre-set paper size types which you can select from the Size button in the Page Setup group?

a) Narrow, Wide, Normal, Mirrored, Moderate.
b) Envelope, Letter, A3, A4.
c) Letter, Landscape, Executive, A4, A3.
d) Tabloid, Portrait, Moderate, Legal.
2) John wants to insert the words: "American History" at the top of every page of his 83 page essay.  Which of the following is the EASIEST method for him to do this?
a) He can type the words "American History" onto the first page of the document and then copy and paste it onto all of the other pages.
b) He can type the words "American History" onto the first page of the document and click on the Header button to repeat it on all of the other pages.
c) He can type the words "American History" onto the first page after selecting the Header region of the document by clicking the top edge of the page. It will automatically be repeated in all subsequent header regions of the document.
d) None of the above options are correct.
3) If you have to write a college paper where the margins need to be set to the following exact measurements:  Left:  1.5", Right: 4", Bottom: 1", Top: 1", how could you go about setting this up?
a) Launch the Page Setup dialogue box from the Page Setup Group.  In the Margins section enter the page margin values as noted in the question above.  Press OK.
b) Click on the Margins button in the Page Setup group.  Select a preset margin option that matches the margin values as noted in the question above.
c) Launch the Page Setup dialogue box from the Page Setup Group.  In the Paper size section enter the page margin values as noted in the question above.  Press OK.
d) None of the above options are correct as they all contain errors.
Microsoft Word Test - Page Layout Test - Question 4
4) Study the screenshot above which represents a page in a Word document.  The page type used is ideal for content that needs to fit a wider page and is often used for tables, posters and diagrams.  What is this page setup called and how do you change a page to look like it (choose the most correct answer):  
a) It is called A4, click on the Size button in the Page Setup group to change the paper size.
b) It is called Landscape, click on the Orientation button in the Page Setup group to change the orientation.
c) It is called Narrow, click on the Margins button in the Page Setup group to change the margins.
d) It is called A3, click on the Size button in the Page Setup group to change the paper size.
5) Which of the following describes a method for deleting a Footer from a document?
a) Double click the footer region and delete all the content in the Footer.
b) Click on the Insert tab on the Ribbon, click the Footer button and select Remove Footer from the list.
c) Double click the footer region.  Under the Design tab in the Header & Footer group, click on the Footer button and select Remove Footer from the list.
d) All of the above are methods for deleting a Footer from a document.

6) Which of the following items cannot be inserted into a Header or Footer of a document?
a) Automatic page numbers.
b) Tables with columns and rows.
c) Pictures, shapes and clipart.
d) All of the above items can be inserted into either a Header or a Footer.

Microsoft Word Test - Page Layout Test - Question 7
7) Study the screenshot above.  How do you exit the header and continue working in the body of the document?
a) Double click on the body of the document or click the Close Header and Footer button.
b) Press the Escape key on your keyboard.
c) Press Ctrl+c shortcut combination on your keyboard.
d) Click back in the body of the document and start typing.


8) What is the difference between Paper Size and Page Margins in Word?
a) There is no difference, both are presets for how much content you can fit on a page.
b) Paper size refers to the outside area of the page that can be made bigger or smaller to fit content.  Page Margins are the areas of the document where text is aligned.
c) Paper Size refers to the size of the paper you will be printing your document on. Page Margins refer to the outside area of a page that can be made bigger or smaller to fit content.
d) Paper Size refers to the orientation of the page, for example landscape or portrait.  Page Margins refer to the outside area of a page that can be made bigger or smaller to fit content.

Microsoft Word Test - Page Layout Test - Question 9
9) Study the screenshot above.  Sally wishes to create an A3 poster on Driving Safety for her students.  Which button(s) in the Page Setup group (pictured above) should she press to achieve this?
a) She can press the Margins button and change the margins to A3.
b) She can press the Orientation button and change the orientation to A3.
c) She can press the Size button and change the orientation to A3.
d) All of the above options are correct.

10) Which of the following is a very important step to ensure your page margins are not too narrow?
a) Always preview your document or print a test page first to ensure the margins are not too narrow.
b) Zoom out of your document to ascertain how close to the edges of the document your text is.
c) You do not have to ensure that margins are correct, Word will warn you if they are not.
d) In the Page Setup dialogue box, ensure that margins are not set to less than 1" for top, bottom, left and right areas.