1. Getting Started in Microsoft Word Tests - MS Word 2010 ( 6 Tests)
2. Working with Text
Microsoft Word Tests - MS Word 2010 ( 2 Tests)
3. Formatting Text in Microsoft Word Tests - MS Word 2010 ( 7 Tests)
4. Microsoft Word Printing Basics Test - MS Word 2010 ( 1 Test)
1. Getting Started in Microsoft Word Tests (MS Word 2010)
* 6 Free Online Word Tests
Microsoft Word Basics Test - MS Word 2010
* The Ribbon
* The Quick Access Toolbar
* Vertical and Horizontal Ruler
* Vertical and Horizontal Scroll Bars
* The Status Bar
Starting out in Word it’s important to identify and understand all the things you see on the screen. This includes the Ribbon, Tabs, the Quick Access Toolbar, the ruler and the Status Bar.
* How the Ribbon is Organized
* How Tabs are Organized
* Working with Groups on the Ribbon
* Hiding the Ribbon
The Ribbon replaces the old Menu system. Learn how the tabs are organized into groups, how to open the group dialog box and how to hide the ribbon. In this tutorial we will examine how the Ribbon is organized and whether there is any clear pattern or order behind it and how to quickly find options and functions you need to work with.
Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar in Word Test - MS Word 2010
* Add and Remove Buttons from the Quick Access Toolbar
* Advanced customization for the Quick Access Toolbar
* Repositioning the Quick Access Toolbar
* Resetting the Quick Access Toolbar
The Quick Access Toolbar can be customized with your most frequently used buttons. Learn how to add, delete and change the position of the buttons you use the most.
Using the File Tab: The Backstage View Microsoft Word Test - MS Word 2010
* Getting to Know the Backstage View
* Recently Used Documents and Folders
* Previewing and Printing a Document
* Save and Save As
An overview of the common tasks that can be completed using the File Tab aka The Backstage View including the list of recent documents, using pushpins to keep documents at the top of the list, print and print preview, and save and save as.
Moving Around the Document In Microsoft Word Test - MS Word 2010
* Basic Navigation
* The Go To Function
* The Navigation Pane
Understand how to use the mouse, keyboard, keyboard shortcuts, scroll bars, Home and End buttons and Go To features makes using Word much easier.
The Views in Word Test - MS Word 2010
* Print Layout View
* Full Screen Reading View
* Draft View
* Outline View
* Zoom Settings
There are different ways to view your document depending on what you want to do. Understanding and using the different views in Word can make your work much easier. This includes the Print Layout, Full Screen Reading, and Draft views and using the Zoom feature.
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2. Working with Text
Microsoft Word Tests (MS Word 2010)
Entering, Selecting, Editing & Deleting Text in Microsoft Word Test - MS Word 2010
* 2 Free Online Word Tests
* Entering Text
* Selecting Text
* Editing and Deleting Text
Entering text is as easy as typing. Editing or deleting text requires that text be selected first. Lean the quickest way to select text, sentences and paragraphs.
Copying and Pasting in Microsoft Word Test - MS Word 2010
* Cut and Paste
* The Paste Function
* Paste Special
* The Clipboard
A document in Word is not static or final and changes, edits and updates are a normal part of the lifecycle of any document. The cut, copy and paste functions allow you to quickly move content from one part of a document to another part of the document or a different document altogether.
3. Formatting in Microsoft Word Tests (MS Word 2010)
* 7 Free Online Word Tests
Formatting Text in Microsoft Word Test - MS Word 2010
* Change Font Type, Color And Size
* Change Case
* Apply Font Effects
* Apply Superscript And Subscript
* Copy Formatting
* Clear Formatting
How to change the way the text looks using a different font, font color, bold, italics, underline, strike through and spacing. Learn how to make your font superscript or subscript and change the case. Copy the formatting by using the Format Painter.
Formatting Paragraphs in Microsoft Word Test - MS Word 2010
* Paragraph Alignment
* Line and Paragraph Spacing
* Keep Together Function
* Line and Page Break
Sometimes, you need to format individual paragraphs or the whole document. This includes changing the alignment between left, right, center or justified. You can also change the line spacing and control the page break.
Indents and Tabs in Microsoft Word Test - MS Word 2010
* Working With Indents
* Special Indents
* Setting, Editing and Deleting Tabs
Use the ruler or paragraph dialog box to create, edit or delete indents, block quotes, hanging indents and tab stops to easily format your document.
Page Layout in Microsoft Word Test - MS Word 2010
* Setting Paper Size
* Working With Page Orientation
* Setting Page Margins
* Working With Headers and Footers
You can determine how a document looks by changing the margins, orientation (landscape or portrait), the paper size and by adding headers and footers.
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Spelling and Grammar Check in Microsoft Word Test - MS Word 2010
* Set Language
* Running a Spell Check
* Running a Grammar Check
Word can check both your spelling and grammar. Caution: You still need to proofread your
Page Numbering in Microsoft Word Beginner Test - MS Word 2010
How to Add, Delete and Change Page Numbers
* Insert a Page Number
* Format a Page Number
* Edit a Page Number
* Restart Page Numbering
* Delete a Page Number
You can easily add, format, move and delete page numbers in a document. Using automatic numbering ensures that pages are correctly numbered regardless of whether pages are inserted or deleted in a document.
Numbering Different Parts of a Document in Word - Intermediate Test - MS Word 2010
* Using Section Breaks
* Working with Link to Previous
* Numbering Different Sections
The functionality to number sets of pages differently is essential for many types of documents. You may need to number the main part of a document using numerals (1, 2, 3 etc) and appendices using Roman numerals (i, ii, iii, etc). These numbers need to be correctly inserted and formatted to reflect accurately in the document's automatically generated table of contents. A good understanding of how to use Section Breaks and Page Numbering
settings is essential.
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4. Microsoft Word Printing Basics Tests (MS Word 2010)
Microsoft Word Printing Basics Test - MS Word 2010
* 1 Free Online Word Tests
* Printing a Document
* Specify What to Print
* Paper Size
* Page Orientation
* Setting Page Margins
You can determine how a document looks when you print it by changing the margins, orientation (landscape or portrait) and paper size, and then you can print some of your document or all of it.
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