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Touch System Data

My StudyStack for Touch System Data Entry Class. Unit 2 WS Lesson 36-40

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True/False: In Microsoft Word, the menu bar contains icons used to format your document. False
True/False: The status bar in Microsoft Word tells you the current location of the cursor. True
True/False: Icons that are grayed out on the toolbars are disabled. True
True/False: Keys that you press but do make a character, such as TAB or ENTER, are called non-printing characters. True
When you reach the end of a line you are typing, the next words move down to the following line. This is called A. Scrolling B. Word Wrap C. Folding D. Inserting B. Word Wrap
Scrolling allows... Text that is wider or deeper than the screen to move sideways or up so you can see it.
Editing refers to A. Deleting Characters B. Changing Characters C. Inserting Characters D. All of the above. D. All of the above.
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.
When you view an entire document, including the margins & page numbers, you are __________ the document. A. Editing B. Printing C. Previewing D. Saving C. Previewing
Before you apply a formatting change to document, you usually ______ ____ by highlighting a section. A. Cut Text B. Select Text C. Paste Text D. Move Text B. Select Text
A filename can not contain any of the following characters except ___. A. @ B. * C. : D. ? A. @
Short descriptions of the toolbar buttons that appear when the mouse pointer rests on the button. Tooltips
Displays buttons that you can click to perform common tasks such as saving or printing a file. Standard Toolbar
Displays the name of the document. Title Bar
Is the blinking vertical bar that shows where text will appear when you type it. Insertion Point
Displays buttons you can click to change the appearance of a document. Formatting Toolbar
Displays the page margins, tabs, & paragraph indentions. Horizontal Ruler
Are used to move through a document quickly & to display parts of the document not currently visible on the screen. Scroll Bars
Displays a row of available items. When accessed, each will display a list of options. Menu Bar
Moves the insertion point to the end of the line. End
Takes insertion point to the next screen. Page Down
Takes insertion point to the previous screen. Page Up
Deletes one character to the left of the insertion point. Backspace
Moves insertion point to the beginning of the line. Home
Moves the screen up or down but does not move the insertion point. Scroll Lock
Deletes one character to the right of the insertion point. Delete
Activates type over mode. Insert
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