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Numbering Different Parts of a Document
MS Word Test

Free Online Microsoft Word Tests
MS Word 2010 - Formatting

* Using Section Breaks
* Working with Link to Previous
* Numbering Different Sections


10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
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Numbering Different Parts of a Document MS Word Test

Microsoft Word Test - Numbering Different Parts of a Document Test - Question 1

1) Study the screenshot above.  Which document section is the current selection point positioned in and how do we know this?

a) It is positioned in Section 4.  The Status Bar displays Page: 2 of 4.
b) It is positioned in Section 2.   The Status Bar displays Section: 2.
c) It is positioned in Section 1.  There are no visible Section Breaks. 
d) It is positioned in Section 1.  There are no visible Section Breaks. 
2) Which of the following options best represent the functional elements needed to use two different page number formatting types in one document, for example using 1, 2, 3, etc in the first section and A, B, C, etc in the second section of the same document.
a) Page Breaks, Section Breaks, Header & Footer Tools and Same as Previous are all necessary for creating alternate page numbering.
b) Section Breaks, Header & Footer Tools, Format Page Numbers and Same as Previous are all necessary for creating alternate page numbering.
c) Section Breaks, Link to Previous and Format Page Numbers are all necessary for creating alternate page numbering.
d) Section Breaks, Page Breaks, Link to Previous, Format Page Numbers and Same as Previous are all necessary for creating alternate page numbering.

3) Headers and Footers in different sections of a document are connected to each other until you perform an action to remove this link.  What is the name of the function and where will you find it?
a) Continue from Previous Section, which is located in the Page Number Format dialogue box.
b) Same as Previous, which is located under the Header & Footer Tools contextual tab, in the Navigation group.
c) Unlink from Previous, which is located under the Header & Footer Tools Contextual Tab, in the Navigation group.
d) Link to Previous, which is located under the Header & Footer Tools Contextual Tab, in the Navigation group.

4) Section Breaks are powerful tools in document design and formatting.  Which of the following is NOT a good reason to use a Section Break?  
a) Use section breaks to create a separate section and insert a Landscape orientation page within a document.
b) Use Section Breaks to insert new pages where needed.
c) Use Section Breaks to separate parts of the document and enable the Link to Previous function.
d) Use Section Breaks to enable the insertion of different Headers and Footers in different sections.

5) Kirsten wishes to number the Appendices in a contract she is drafting with letters of the alphabet.  She inserted a section break before the first Appendix and unlinked the Footer of the document from the previous section.  However, when she inserts the new page numbering for the Appendices in the Footer, it starts at “P”.  What is the solution?
a) Kirsten needs to restart the numbering for the second section from the Format Page Numbers dialogue box by selecting “Start At” “A”.
b) Kirsten needs to insert additional Section Breaks for every letter of the alphabet she wishes to insert.
c) Kirsten needs to ensure the Appendices section of the document is not linked to the rest of the document by using “Link to Previous”.
d) Kirsten needs to right click the letter “P” and then select “Set Value” “A”.


6) Section Breaks are often hidden or difficult to find.  How can you navigate between Section Breaks in a document to ensure you do not miss any?
a) Scroll through the document and every time move onto a new page there will be a Section Break.
b) Under the Header & Footer Tools contextual tab (active only when your cursor is positioned in a Header or Footer), in the Navigation group, use the "Previous" and "Next" buttons to find Section Breaks.
c) Press Ctrl+g on your keyboard, select Section from the “Go To What” list and use the “Previous” and “Next” buttons to navigate between Section Breaks.
d) All of the above options are correct.

Microsoft Word Test - Numbering Different Parts of a Document Test - Question 7
7) Study the screenshot, especially the area circled in yellow, above.  What is the purpose of the function labelled “Continue From Previous Section”?
a) It links one section of a document to another section and ensures a Header or Footer is the same as the previous section.
b) It links page number formatting from one section and ensures it is the same as the previous section.
c) It links Section Breaks by creating “Continuous Section Breaks” which ensures page numbering is the same as the previous section.
d) It continues the value of the page numbering from one section to another section without restarting the numbers.

8) How do you delete a Section Break?
a) Switch on the Show/Hide view button, find the Section break, select it and press “Delete”.
b) Move your cursor to the end of a page where you believe a section break is located and press “Delete".
c) Deactivate the Section Breaks – Next Page button under Breaks in the Page Setup group.
d) All of the above options are correct..

Microsoft Word Test - Numbering Different Parts of a Document Test - Question 9
9) Jane wishes to recreate the above formatting in a document using automatic page numbering as she has to create hundreds of sheets.  Is it possible to do this?
a) Yes, she can insert a page number with her cursor positioned in the table.
b) No, unfortunately page numbers can only be inserted in the Header or Footer region of a document.
c) No, unfortunately page numbers can contain limited formatting only.
d) Yes, but only if she inserts a section break before every page she inserts.

10) Which of the following options represent the field code shortcut for inserting page numbers in a document?
a) Press Ctrl+Shift+F9, type { pagenum}, press F9 to update.
b) Press Ctrl+F9, type { pages }, press F9 to update.
c) Press Ctrl+F9, type { page }, press F9 to update.
d) Press Ctrl+F9, type {pagenum}, press F9 to update.