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                               Microsoft Office 2003
                                       School Edition
                                        WORD 2003
                                           Test Bank
                                       PROJECT TWO
                            CREATING A RESEARCH PAPER

    Test Bank Answers are on page Error! Bookmark not defined.12.

Multiple Choice

Note: If you are preparing an examination using your own word processor, for Multiple
      Choice questions 1 and 2 you must use the Picture command on the Insert menu to
      insert Figure WD03.bmp. The figure is referenced when students answer the
      question. When the Insert Picture dialog box displays, select Figure WD03.bmp
      from the Word subfolder in the Printed Test Bank folder in the Test Bank & Test
      Engine menu item and make sure the Link to File check box is not checked.

    1. When using the MLA style, position explanatory notes either at the _____, as shown in the
       accompanying figure.
       a. top of the page as headnotes or at the end of the paper as endnotes
       b. bottom of the page as footnotes or at the end of the paper as endnotes
       c. top of the page as headnotes or at the beginning of the paper as frontnotes
       d. bottom of the page as footnotes or at the beginning of the paper as frontnotes

    2. On the works cited page, list works by each author’s last name and _____ the title of the
       work, as shown in the accompanying figure.
       a.   italicize or underline
       b.   boldface or italicize
       c.   underline or boldface
       d.   enlarge or underline

    3. Word is preset to use standard 8.5-by-11-inch paper with _____ margins.
       a. 1-inch left, right, top, and bottom
       b. 1.25-inch left, right, top, and bottom
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     c. 1.25-inch left and right margins and 1-inch top and bottom
     d. 1-inch left and right margins and 1.25-inch top and bottom

 4. To change margin settings, click _____ on the menu bar and then point to the Page Setup
    command.
    a. File
    b. Edit
    c. Format
    d. Tools

 5. Headers and footers can include text and graphics, as well as the _____.
     a.   current date
     b.   page number
     c.   current time
     d.   all of the above

 6. Insert Date, Format Page Number, and Insert AutoText are buttons on the _____ toolbar.
    a. Formatting
    b. Header and Footer
    c. Standard
    d. Edit

 7. The shortcut keys for the _____ character formatting are CTRL+SHIFT+PLUS SIGN.
    a. case of letters
    b. underline words, not spaces
    c. superscript
    d. all capital letters

 8. To increase a paragraph indent, use the _____ shortcut keys.
    a. CTRL+L
    b. CTRL+E
    c. CTRL+1
     d.   CTRL+M

 9. Each time the _____ key is pressed, the paragraph formatting in the previous paragraph is
    carried forward to the next paragraph.
    a. ENTER
    b. SHIFT
    c. CTRL
    d. ALT
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10. Word has a list of predefined typing, spelling, capitalization, and grammar errors that
    _____ can detect and correct.
    a. AutoEntry
    b. AutoCorrect
    c. AutoAdd
    d. AutoSpell

11. To set an exception to an AutoCorrect rule, click _____ on the menu bar and then click
    AutoCorrect Options to display the AutoCorrect dialog box.
    a. Format
     b. Edit
     c. Tools
     d. View

12. The MLA style specifies that a superscript be used for a note reference mark to signal an
    explanatory note exists either at the bottom of the page as a(n) _____.
    a. footnote or at the end of the document as a startnote
    b. headnote or at the end of the document as an endnote
    c. footnote or at the end of the document as an endnote
    d. headnote or at the end of the document as a startnote

13. The formats defined by _____ include character formatting, such as the font and font size;
    paragraph formatting, such as line spacing and text alignment; table formatting; and list
    formatting.
    a. options
    b. styles
    c. toolbars
    d. tabs

14. The Footnote Text style defines characters as _____.
    a. 12-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as single-spaced and right-aligned
     b. 10-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as double-spaced and left-aligned
     c. 12-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as double-spaced and right-aligned
     d. 10-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as single-spaced and left-aligned

15. To verify that the note text is positioned correctly on the page, switch to _____ view or
    display the document in print preview.
    a. normal
    b. print layout
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     c. page layout
     d. page edit

16. To edit note text, use the _____ at the bottom of the Word window.
    a. sizing handle
    b. footnote text window
    c. ScreenTip
    d. note pane

17. The Word Count command on the Tools menu displays the number of words as well as the
    number of _____ in the current document.
     a.   lines
     b.   characters
     c.   paragraphs
     d.   all of the above

18. In normal view, automatic page breaks _____.
    a. do not display
    b. display on the screen as a single dotted horizontal line
    c. display on the screen above the header and beneath the footer
    d. display on the screen as a line separated by the words Page Break

19. Although it is not shown in normal view, to view a header, click _____ on the menu bar
    and then click Header and Footer.
    a. View
    b. Edit
    c. Format
    d. Tools

20. According to the MLA style, the _____ is a bibliographical list of sources that are
    referenced directly in a research paper.
    a. parenthetical citations page
     b. works cited page
     c. explanatory notes page
     d. superscript reference page

21. With Word’s AutoCorrect entries, to display an indifferent face () type _____.
    a. :)
    b. :(
    c. :|
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      d. :/

22. When a hyperlink is created, Word formats the Web address as _____.
    a. italicized and colored red
    b. italicized and colored blue
    c. underlined and colored red
    d. underlined and colored blue

23. To select a block of text, click at the beginning of the selection, scroll to the end of the
    selection, position the mouse pointer at the end of the selection, hold down the _____ key,
    and then click (or drag through the text).
      a.   CTRL
      b.   ALT
      c.   SHIFT
      d.   TAB

24. With the _____, Word notifies that a smart tag is available by displaying a smart tag
    indicator on the screen.
    a. AutoCorrect Options and Paste Options
    b. Smart Tag Actions and Copy Actions
    c. AutoCorrect Options and Smart Tag Actions
      d. Paste Options and Copy Actions

25. When the same word is used in multiple locations or a word is used that was not quite
    appropriate, a thesaurus can be used to look up a(n) _____, or a word similar in meaning.
    a. synonym
    b. homonym
    c. antonym
    d. metronym

True/False
T F        1. Although many different styles of documentation exist for report preparation, each
              style requires the same basic information.

T F        2. To follow the MLA style, single-space text on all pages with one and a half-inch top
              and bottom margins, and one-inch left and right margins.

T F        3. According to MLA style, on each page of the research paper, precede the page
              number by the title of the paper.
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T F     4. Using the MLA style of documentation, the title of the paper is centered one double-
           space below the writer’s name and course information.

T F     5. In the MLA style, notes are used only for optional explanatory notes.

T F     6. The MLA style uses the term bibliographical references for works cited.

T F     7. When the Page Setup dialog box is used to change margin settings, the new margin
           settings take effect immediately in the document.

T F     8. When you change the margin settings in the text boxes in the Page Setup dialog
           box, the Preview area adjusts to reflect a changed margin setting.

T F     9. By default, Word single-spaces between lines of text and automatically adjusts line
           height to accommodate various font sizes and graphics.

T F    10. To apply the most recently set line spacing to the current or selected paragraphs,
           click the Line Spacing button arrow.

T F    11. Using the Page Numbers command, you can specify the location and alignment of
           the page numbers.

T F    12. To place your name to the left of the page number, as required by the MLA style,
           you must create a header that contains the page number.

T F    13. When the Header and Footer command on the View menu is clicked, Word
           switches to normal view, which does not display the document as it will print.

T F    14. To move a docked toolbar, right-click its move handle and click Move on the
           resulting shortcut menu.

T F    15. Headers and footers do not display on the screen when the document window is in
           normal view because they block the text.

T F    16. To use Click and Type, you click a blank area of the document window.

T F    17. The shortcut keys used to left-align a paragraph are CTRL+A.

T F    18. The shortcut keys used to center a paragraph are CTRL+L.

T F    19.     CTRL+B, CTRL+],   and CTRL+U are all shortcut keys for formatting paragraphs.

T F    20. To decrease a font size, use the CTRL+SHIFT+< shortcut keys.

T F    21. To right-align a paragraph, use the CTRL+R shortcut keys.
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T F   22. In addition to a predefined list of AutoCorrect spelling, capitalization, and grammar
          errors, you can create your own AutoCorrect entries to add to the list.

T F   23. To delete a note, select the note reference mark in the note pane by dragging
          through the note reference mark, and then click the Cut button on the Standard
          toolbar.

T F   24. To count words, click Tools on the menu bar and then click Word Count.

T F   25. A floating toolbar, such as the Word Count toolbar, can be moved anywhere on the
          screen by dragging its title bar.

T F   26. If you add text, delete text, or modify text on a page, Word recomputes the position
          of automatic page breaks and adjusts them accordingly.

T F   27. According to the MLA style, the first line of each entry on the works cited page
          begins at the left margin.

T F   28. Word never moves or adjusts automatic page breaks; however, Word adjusts
          manual page breaks that follow an automatic page break.

T F   29. The shortcut keys, CTRL+ENTER, instruct Word to insert an automatic page break
          immediately above the insertion point and position the insertion point immediately
            below the automatic page break.

T F   30. When you drag the Hanging Indent marker, the Left Indent marker moves with it.

T F   31. Each time you press the CTRL key, Word carries forward the paragraph formatting
          from the previous paragraph to the next paragraph.

T F   32. Word’s AutoCorrect entries contain some commonly used symbols, such as a
          smiling face and a double arrow.

T F   33. By clicking a hyperlink in a document window while pressing the ALT key, you
          jump to another document on your computer, on your network, or on the World
            Wide Web.

T F   34. In Word, a hyperlink can be created simply by typing the address of the file or Web
          page to be linked and then pressing the SPACEBAR or the ENTER key.

T F   35. To create a hyperlink to a Web page from a Word document, you must be connected
          to the Internet.

T F   36. The MLA style requires that the works cited be listed in alphabetical order by the
          first character in each work.
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T F    37. In the Sort Text dialog box, the default sort order is descending.

T F    38. Ascending sort order means sorting from the end of the alphabet to the beginning of
           the alphabet, the largest number to the smallest number, or the most recent date to
           the earliest date.

T F    39. Depending on the icon you click on the Select Browse Object menu, the function of
           the buttons above and below the Select Browse Object button on the vertical scroll
           bar changes.

T F    40. To move text, you first select the text to be moved and then use drag-and-drop
               editing or the cut-and-paste technique to move the selected text.

T F    41. If you accidentally drag selected text to the wrong location, you can click the Redo
           button on the Standard toolbar to return the text to its original location.

T F    42. To display a smart tag button, you point to the smart tag indicator.

T F    43. Clicking a smart tab button displays a menu that contains commands relative to the
           action performed at the location of the smart tag.

T F    44. You can display the thesaurus in the Reference task pane by clicking Thesaurus on
           the Synonyms submenu that displays when you right-click a word for which you
               want to display a synonym.

T F    45. To prevent Word from flagging proper names as errors, you can add the names to
           the custom dictionary.

T F    46. If you have multiple custom dictionaries, you can specify which one Word should
           use when checking spelling.

T F    47. When you hold down the CTRL key and click a hyperlink in a document, if you
           currently are not connected to the Web Word connects you using your default
           browser.

T F    48. To send a Word document as an attachment to an e-mail message, click File on the
           menu bar, point to Send To, and then click Mail Recipient (as Attachment).

T F    49. From within Word, you can search through various forms of online reference
           information.

T F    50. While plagiarism is unethical, it is not considered an academic crime.
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Completion
 1. The MLA style uses in-text _________________________ instead of noting each source at
    the bottom of the page or at the end of the paper.

 2. The MLA style uses the term _________________________ for the bibliographical
    references.

 3. _________________________ is the amount of vertical space between lines of text in a
    document.

 4. The MLA documentation style requires that you _________________________ the entire
     paper; that is, one blank line should display between each line of text.

 5. A(n) _________________________ is text printed at the top of each page in a document.

Note: If you are preparing an examination using your own word processor, for
      Completion questions 6 through 8 you must use the Picture command on the Insert
      menu to insert Figure WD04.bmp. The figure is referenced when students answer
      the questions. When the Insert Picture dialog box displays, select Figure WD04.bmp
      from the Word subfolder in the Printed Test Bank folder in the Test Bank & Test
      Engine menu item and make sure the Link to File check box is not checked.

 6. It is possible to _________________________, or attach, a floating toolbar (such as the
    Header and Footer toolbar in the accompanying figure) above or below the Standard and
    Formatting toolbars by double-clicking the floating toolbar’s title bar.

 7. As shown in the accompanying figure, when the Header and Footer command on the View
    menu is clicked, Word automatically switches to _________________________, which
    displays the document exactly as it will print.

 8. In print layout view, as shown in the accompanying figure, _________________________
    can be used to format and enter text, graphics, and other items.

 9. To save typing, the ENTER key can be pressed while a(n) _________________________
    displays, which instructs Word to place the entire text of the tip at the location of the
    typing.

10. When fingers are already on the keyboard, it often is more efficient to use
     _________________________, or keyboard key combinations, to format text as it is typed.

11. Word can be instructed to indent the first line of a paragraph, called
    _________________________, using the horizontal ruler.
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12. The _________________________ is the top triangle at the 0" mark on the horizontal
    ruler.

13. The small square at the 0" mark on the horizontal ruler is the
    _________________________, which can be used to change the entire left margin.

14. Word provides a(n) _________________________ feature that automatically corrects
    some typing, spelling, capitalization, or grammar errors as they are typed in a document.

15. When clicked, the _________________________ displays a menu that allows a correction
    to be undone or changes how Word handles future automatic corrections of this type.

16. Word automatically numbers notes sequentially by placing a(n)
    _________________________ in the body of the document and in front of the note text.
17. A(n) _________________________ is a named group of formatting characteristics that can
    be applied to text.

18. The base style for a new Word document is the _________________________, which for
    new installation of Word 2003 most likely uses 12-point Times New Roman font for
    characters and single-spaced, left-aligned paragraphs.

19. As documents that exceed one page are typed, Word automatically inserts page breaks,
    called _________________________, when it determines the text has filled one page
     according to paper size, margin settings, line spacing, and other settings.

20. Because page repagination is performed between keystrokes, Word refers to the automatic
    page break task as _________________________.

21. Because the works cited are to display on a separate numbered page, a(n)
    _________________________ must be inserted at a specific location following the body of
    a research paper.

22. A(n) _________________________ is a type of paragraph formatting in which the first
    line extends to the left of the rest of the paragraph.

23. The _________________________ is the bottom triangle at the 0" mark on the horizontal
    ruler.

24. In addition to many commonly misspelled words, Word’s built-in list of
    _________________________ also contains some commonly used symbols, such as 
    when :) is typed.
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25. A(n) _________________________ is a shortcut that allows a user to jump to another
    location in the same document or to other documents or Web pages.

26. _________________________ is the process of following a hyperlink to its destination.

27. In Word, paragraphs can be arranged in alphabetic, numeric, or date order based on the first
    character in each paragraph in a manner called _________________________.

28. _________________________ means sorting from the end of the alphabet to the beginning
    of the alphabet, the largest number to the smallest number, or the most recent date to the
    earliest date.

29. While _________________________, you review a document to look for grammatical
    errors and spelling errors.
30. With _________________________, the selected item is dragged to the new location and
    then inserted, or dropped, there.

31. The _________________________ is a temporary Windows storage area.

32. _________________________ is the process of copying an item from the Clipboard into
    the document at the location of the insertion point.

33. If you click the _________________________ that displays when you drag and drop text, a
     menu displays that allows you to change the format of the text that was moved.

34. A(n) _________________________ is a button that automatically appears on the screen
    when Word performs a certain action.

35. A(n) _________________________ is a book of synonyms.

				
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