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  1. Freeware
  2. Database Software
  3. Default file format for Excel 2007.
  4. Coaxial Cable
  5. Bus Topology
  1. a xls.
  2. b A type of software used to query, organize, sort and create reports on sets of data such as customer lists.
  3. c The cable that is used to transmit cable television signals over an insulated wire at a fast speed (millions of bits per second).
  4. d On a bus network, if one device malfunctions, it has no effect on other devices located along the bus cable. Figure 6.13 page 177.
  5. e Software that is made available to use free of charge.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Click new comments button in comments group or right click and select insert comment in shortcut menu.
  2. A communications standard used in Wi-Fi networks that tells wireless devices how to connect with each other using a series of access points and radio frequencies to transmit data.
  3. General
  4. Adobe InDesign, Corel Draw, and QuarkXPress
  5. A text format that includes only basic formatting information that most software products are likely to be able to to open or import.

5 True/False questions

  1. To make formula absolute place ____ infront of number.Click new comments button in comments group or right click and select insert comment in shortcut menu.

          

  2. What appears in the filter button when you filter largest to smallest.Z --> A

          

  3. TCP/IPShort for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. A protocol that breaks transmissions into small packers of data that are sent on the network. Each packet specifies the order in which the data is to be reassembled. This is the protocol for the Internet.

          

  4. Network ProtocolA rule for how data is handled as it travels along a communications channel.

          

  5. Client/Server NetworkA network architecture in which a computer (called the server) stores programs and files that any connected device (called a client) can access.