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Comp apps 1 midterm true & false

Midterm. all questions in this set are true or false
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False
Wider margins mean more text on a page.
True
Changing the margins may affect the number of pages in a document.
True
Margin size affects the amount of text that a page can contain
True
Larger top and bottom margins decrease the amount of text on a page.
False
Margin settings can vary from paragraph to paragraph.
True
Indents are used to set off paragraphs, such as a quotation.
False
The default paragraph indents are 1 inch.
True
Indents can be set by dragging markers on the ruler.
True
Indents decrease the width of lines of text in a specific paragraph.
True
The amount of space before and after a paragraph is measured in points.
True
The space between lines of text in a paragraph can be changed.
False
A paragraph in a new document is double spaced by default.
False
Tab stops are displayed on the status bar at the bottom of a document.
False
Default tab stops appear on the ruler every two inches
False
A left tab stop aligns the end of the text at the tab stop.
True
When a tab stop is set, Word automaticcaly removes all default tabs to the left.
True
An example tab leader is...
False
If data is organized into 3 columns, all 3 columns must have the same formatting.
True
A hanging indent is often used to format a bibliography entry.
False
In a hanging indent. the first line of text is indented
True
A first line indent is used to indent the first line of a paragraph farther to the right
True
Hanging indents are used to create a bulleted list
False
Bulleted lists show a priority of importance
False
A list of step-by-step instructions for assembling a desk should be formatted as a bulleted list
True
A list of features available in a new bicycle should be formatted as a bulleted list.
True
Bulleted or numbered items can be indented farther by clicking Home-> Increase indent
True
Text typed in the header or footer is printed on each page of the document.
True
It is possible to have a different header and footer printed on the first page of a document
False
A header is only printed on the first and the last page of the document
True
To edit a header, double click the header area
False
If Date & Time is used to add the date to a header, the date will need to be manually updated every time the document is opened.
True
Page numbers are helpful in documents that have more than one page.
True
A date can be formatted to update everytime a document is opened.
True
Keywords are used to search for specific clip art.
False
A graphic is sized by dragging the center of the graphic.
False
A graphic is moved by dragging a corner handle.
True
When a graphic is moved in a document, the text moves to make room for the graphic.
True
A graphic can be recolored.
False
An inserted graphic is always placed in the top left corner of a document.
True
An inserted graphic can be centered.
True
Graphics can be overlapped.
True
Pagination is how a document is divided into pages.
True
Footnotes are used to cite sources.
False
Footnotes appear at the top of the page by default.
True
Word sequentially numbers footnotes.
True
Endnotes appear separately on the last page of a document.
True
Templates save time by eliminating the need to create the same basic elements of a certain type of document over and over again.
True
When a template is used, Word creates a new, untitled document that contains the same formatting and text as the template.
True
The title of a Web page is displayed in the title bar of the browser window
False
Word is needed to view an HTML document.
True
An HTML document is more versatile than a Word document.
True
The body text in a document consists of the main paragraphs
False
Heading 2 style is automatically applied to all paragraphs in a new document.
True
A new style can be created if the built-in styles are not appropriate.
True
The Heading 1 style default formatting can be modified.
False
Styles in the Quick Styles gallery cannot be deleted.
True
There is more than one Quick Styles set.
False
Rows are vertical
False
Columns are horizontal
False
Pressing Enter in a table cell moves the insertion point to another cell.
True
An existing table can be converted to text.
True
Font styles can be applied to the contents of selected cells.
False
The distance between the edge of a cell and the cell contents cannot be adjusted.
True
Formatting the text in a table cell in a larger font increases the row height.
True
The lines in a table that separate row and column borders are called boundaries.
True
When a table is created, all of the column widths are equal.
True
Shading alternate rows in a table makes the contents easier to read.
True
The formula =SUM(ABOVE) adds the numbers in the column above and displays the total.
False
The formula =AVERAGE(LEFT) averages the numbers in the column above and displays the average.
False
Ascending means to sort data from low to high.
False
A formula that performs a calculation in a table has a + sign at the beginning.
True
Word can automatically create a table of contents for a document based on applied heading styles.
False
Each entry in a table of contents created by Word is a hyperlink to a Web site that contains more information about the topic.
False
Word automatically updates a table of contents when changes are made to a document.
True
The current section number can be displayed on the status bar.
False
A document can only have one section.
False
Changing the margins will affect all sections in a document.
True
A document divided into sections can have different headers and footers in each section.
True
By default, each header and footer contains the same text as the previous section.
True
It is possible to have both Roman numeral page numbers and Arabic page numbers in the same document.