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Publisher Lesson 1

MS Publisher 2010 Lesson 1

In Microsoft Publisher 2010, which is considered to be the largest text in the publication? Headline
Which feature in Microsoft Publisher 2010 restores your work in the event of a system failure but should not be used as a means of saving publications. AutoRecover
Which software program is a full-featured desktop publishing program that allows you to create professional-looking publications and revise them easily? Microsoft Publisher 2010
What is the default view for publications in Publisher 2010? Single Page view
Which area presents information about the publication being created, the progress of current tasks, and the status of certain commands and keys, and provides controls for viewing the publication? Status bar
Which area is located at the top left of the Publisher 2010 window and provides convenient, one-click access to frequently used commands? Quick Access toolbar
How are the Ribbon commands separated for logical placement? In Groups
What is the area accessed through the File tab called? Backstage view
Which is the quick one key access to Publisher 2010 Help? F1
How does Publisher 2010 refer to single page announcements that announce personal, business, or other messages? Flyer
In Publisher 2010, what is created to clearly identify the purpose of the flyer and typically appears in large, bold letters? Headline
What is the tool that helps you through the design process by offering publication options and may appear as a form? Template
When selecting a new file, what is the gallery of small images in the backstage view called? (NCCTE.9_12.BE.6417.3.00) Thumbnails
Which of the following is a set of colors that complement each other when used in the same publication? (NCCTE.9_12.BE.6417.3.00) Color scheme
Which is a defined set of typefaces associated with a publication? (NCCTE.9_12.BE.6417.3.00) Font scheme
What is the appearance and shape of letters, numbers, and special characters that appear in a publication called? (NCCTE.9_12.BE.6417.3.00) Font
When selecting a template in backstage view, what area provides the ability to choose a color scheme or font scheme? (NCCTE.9_12.BE.6417.3.00) Customize
What pane displays all of the current pages in a publication as thumbnails on the left side of the workspace? (NCCTE.9_12.BE.6417.3.00) Page Navigation
In which area in a Publisher 2010 publication template can a user begin typing text immediately with a single click? (NCCTE.9_12.BE.6417.3.00) Placeholder
Which of the following is a series of lines beginning with a character or symbol that may be placed in publications? (NCCTE.9_12.BE.6417.3.00) Bulleted list
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