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Which of the following will the standard word processing application do?
Answers A, C, and D are correct. A word processing application is capable of multitasking, helping you format text, and providing mail merge capabilities. Answer B is incorrect. Although some word processing applications can calculate simple mathematical operations with values in tables, that isn't its primary focus and the feature is usually limited.
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When working with more than one document, how do you switch between documents?
Answers A and B are correct. Answer D is correct but not the most efficient method because the keystroke combination cycles through all the open windows on your system, not just the open word processing documents. Answer C is incorrect; it does not select an open but inactive window.
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You can do which of the following with text in a word processing document:
Answers A, C, and D are correct. You can enter, edit, delete, move, and copy text in a word processing application. Answer B is incorrect; Word does not offer any automatic translation facilities.
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How would you replace a multiple occurring word or phrase?
Answer C is correct. Answer A would work but would be very inefficient. Answer B is incorrect.
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You can apply formatting at many levels throughout your document. Which of the following is a legitimate formatting level within in a normal document?
Answers B, D, and E are correct. Answer A is incorrect; although you can format an object such as a picture, that formatting is unique to the object. Answer C is incorrect; you can't format text at the printer level because there's no such level.
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Most word processors are flexible when it comes to printing the document. Match the following settings to the results listed below:
The correct matches are A=3, B=4, C=1, D=2.
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When checking your document for spelling errors, you can do the following:
Answers A, C, and D are correct. Answer B is incorrect. You can use an online dictionary service to discern the correct spelling, but there's no built-in mechanism for automating that process from Word.
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Which of the following would you automate using a mail merge?
Answers A, B, and C are correct. Answer D is incorrect; Word prints envelopes, but it isn't part of the mail merge process.
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What are the main components of a mail merge?
Answer A is correct. Answers B and C are incorrect. You might need all these things to actually print and mail your document, but they aren't part of Word's mail merge process.
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How can you tell whether a picture is selected?
Answer C is correct. Answers A, B, and D are all incorrect.
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