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Lesson 3, Activity 13 Review Microsoft Office 2003
1.The Border tab is found in the ___ dialog box. format cells
2. You can change the color of the box around a cell on the ___ tab in the Format Cells dialog box. border
3. By ___ the line between column heads, you can AutoFit the column width. double-clicking
4.To make a column wider, position the pointer in the column head and drag the pointer to the ___. right
5.___ makes it easier to compare data side by side. hiding columns/rows
6.To rename a worksheet, choose Format>Sheet>___. rename
7.Which tab in the Format Cells dialog box contains the feature Center Across Section? alignment
8.Times New Roman is an example of a(n) ___. font
9.___ can be used to change borders, number formatting, and font colors all in one step. Autoformat
10.Formatting changes only affect the ___ that are selected. cells
11.The Font Color button is part of the ___ toolbar.. formatting
12.A worksheet’s name appears on its ___. sheet tab
13. If you want to apply a set of pre-made formatting traits to a cell, you can use the ___ dialog box. style
Matching: Match each lettered item with the correct numbered item a.Stylee.Text Box b.Backgroundf.Vertical alignment c.Borderg.Font size d.Fonth.Horizontal alignment ____14.Appears behind the information in a worksheet. ____15.Examples include Arial and Times New Roman. ____16.A set of formatting traits. ____17.Can be used to frame a cell. ____18.Top-to-bottom placement of contents in a cell. ____19.Includes values such as 10, 12, and 14. ____20.Side-to-side placement of contents in a cell. ____21.A moveable, resizable rectangle that contains text. B D A C F G H E
Match each button with its use. ____22.Change font color of cell’s contents. ____23.Center contents of cell. ____24.Bold cell’s contents. ____25.Left align contents of cell. ____26.Apply border to cell. ____27.Right align contents of cell. ____28.Italicize cell’s contents. ____29.Underline cell’s contents. H E A D G F B C a.e. b.f. c.g. d.h.
30. How is a text box different from a comment? Text boxes are always visible so should be used to display information that you want to always be present on the worksheet whereas comments cannot be seen unless the pointer is placed on the cell. Text boxes can be positioned anywhere on the screen whereas comments are attached to a specific cell.
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