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My StudyStack for Touch System Data Entry Class. Unit 2 WS Lesson 28 & Misc.

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True/False: You press the Enter key twice to double-space. True
True/False: You press the Enter key at the end of a line to use the word wrap feature. False
True/False: When keying a hyphenated word, do not include a space before or after the hyphen. True
True/False: You can press Tab before keying a paragraph to indent the first line of a paragraph. True
True/False: The numeric keypad is typically at the top of the keyboard. False
True/False: In order to use the numeric keypad to key numbers, the Caps Lock key must be active. False
True/False: When using the numeric keypad, numbers are typically entered with fingers of both hands. False
To turn off Caps Lock, A. Press Caps Lock once. B. Start a new line. C. Press Caps Lock twice. D. Press Enter. A. Press Caps Lock once.
The home keys on the numeric keypad are A. 7, 8, & 9 B. 4, 5, & 6 C. 1, 2, & 3 D. None B. 4, 5, & 6
The Enter key on the numeric keypad A. Is used to start a new line. B. Performs the same functions as the Enter key on the regular keyboard. C. Is pressed by the right-hand little finger. D. All of the choices. D. All of the choices.
To use the number keypad, you must first A. Press Num Lock. B. Turn off Caps Lock. C. Start a new line. D. All of the choices. D. All of the choices.
When keying a semicolon in a sentence, A. Key one space after it. B. Key one space before & after it. C. Key two space after it. D. None of the choices. A. Key one space after it.
To indent the first word of a sentence by one-half inch, A. Press Spacebar once. B. Press Spacebar five times. C. Press Tab once. D. None of the choices. C. Press Tab once.
You press the Enter key A. Once to start a new line. B. Twice to start a new paragraph. C. Twice to double-space. D. All of the choices. D. All of the choices.
When you key a question mark at the end of a sentence, A. Include one space before it. B. Include no space after it. C. Include no space before it. D. NOne of the choices. C. Include no space before it.
When the Num Lock is not active, the numeric keypad can be used to A. Enter capital letters. B. Perform arithmetic C. Perform tasks such as open & saving a file. D. Move the insertion point around the screen. D. Move the insertion point around the screen.
When using the numeric keypad, you typically press the Enter key with your A. Right Thumb B. Left Thumb C. Right Little Finger D. Left Little Finger C. Right Little Finger
When using the numeric keypad, you would normally press the 2 key with: A. Right Middle Finger B. Left Middle Finger C. Right Index Finger D. Left Index Finger A. Right Middle Finger
When using the numeric peypad, you would normally press the 0 key with: A. Right Index Finger B. Left Index Finger C. Right Thumb D. Left Thumb C. Right Thumb
The numeric keypad should be used A. Anytime you have a number to type. B. Whenever you type numbers in a column. C. To avoid using the top row. D. Only if you are doing calculations. B. Whenever you type numbers in a column.
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