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3.2 Main Operations

3.2.1 Insert Data

  1. In order to prepare a Word document to accept text from the keyboard, you must choose Insert mode.

    1. True

    2. False

  2. You need to insert a symbol that isn't represented on the keyboard. What do you do?

    1. Choose Special Characters from the Insert menu, highlight the appropriate character, and click Insert.

    2. If the character isn't on the keyboard, you can't enter it.

    3. Choose Symbol from the Insert menu, click the Symbols or Special Characters tab accordingly, highlight the character, and click Insert.

    4. Press Ctrl+F2 and choose from the resulting list of special characters and symbols.

3.2.2 Select Data

  1. Match the shortcut or keystroke combination with the correct selection result.

    1. Shift+right arrow

    2. Double-click in the middle of a word

    3. Ctrl+Shift+right arrow

    4. Shift+left arrow

    5. Ctrl+Shift+left arrow

    6. Ctrl+Click

    7. Selects the current word

    8. Selects the current sentence

    9. Selects the next character

    10. Selects the previous character

    11. Selects from the insertion point to the end of the current word

    12. Selects from the insertion point to the beginning of the current word

3.2.3 Edit Data

  1. Pressing the Insert key toggles between Insert and Overtype mode. In Overtype mode, Word replaces existing text with the text you enter.

    1. True

    2. False

  2. You're entering data in a table using lowercase characters, but Word keeps changing the first character to uppercase. What can you do to quickly undo Word's correction? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Click Undo.

    2. Select the uppercase letter and manually enter a lowercase letter.

    3. Press Ctrl+Z.

    4. Click Redo.

3.2.4 Duplicate, Move, Delete

  1. Duplicating text means you move text to another area of the document or another document.

    1. True

    2. False

  2. To move a section of text from one spot to another, you should do which of the following? (Select all that apply.)

    1. Select the text, click the Copy button on the Standard toolbar, position the cursor where you want the text to be, and click the Paste button on the Standard toolbar.

    2. Select the text, choose Copy from the Edit menu, position the cursor where you want the text to be, and choose Paste from the Edit menu.

    3. Select the text, click the Cut button on the Standard toolbar, position the cursor where you want the text to be, and click the Paste button on the Standard toolbar.

    4. Select the text, press Ctrl+X, position the cursor where you want the text to be, and press Ctrl+V.

  3. Be careful when you delete text from a document. After you press Delete or choose Cut, the data is gone and you can't get it back.

    1. True

    2. False

3.2.5 Search and Replace

  1. You're trying to find all references to a particular client in the current document. You know you could just read the document, but it's very long and doing so would take more time than you have. What do you do? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Press Ctrl+F to open the Find dialog box, enter the client's name, and click Find Next.

    2. Choose Find from the Edit menu, enter the client's name, and click Find Next.

    3. Click the Find tool on the Standard toolbar, enter the client's name, and click Find Next.

    4. Choose Find from the View menu, enter the client's name, and click Find.

  2. Word's Replace command lets you replace occurrences of one string with another. Unfortunately, you must replace all occurrences; you can't pick and choose the instances you want to replace.

    1. True

    2. False

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