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Part 2 Lesson 2 Review
true 1. Creating well formatted documents is important because a document’s formatting is the first thing the reader will note.
true 2. Every page has four margins: top, bottom, left, and right.
true 3. In a memo heading, the word Re refers to the memo’s subject or topic.
false 4. Word automatically inserts default tab stops every one inch along the horizontal ruler.
true 5. If you are writing a report and wanted to draw attention to a list of five major points, you could create a bulleted list.
true 6. You can change the line spacing of a document from single space to double space in the Page Setup dialog box.
false 7. Different types of paragraph alignments include left, center, first line indent.
false 8. Once you have created a bulleted list, the only way to remove the bullets is to delete the entire list and key it again.
false 9. Bulleted lists can be customized, but numbered lists cannot.
true 10. Serif fonts are often used in text whereas san serif fonts are often used in headings and titles.
true 11. You can see where any tab stops you inserted into a document are located by looking at the horizontal ruler.
true 12. If you do not want specific text to be visible on-screen, you can open the Font dialog box and click Hidden under Effects.
false 13. If you want one paragraph within a document to be indented further than the other paragraphs, you should use the Page Setup dialog box to change that paragraph’s margins.
false 14. While you can add a variety of different borders to a paragraph, they can only be one color: black.
false 15. Another name for a font is a style.
false 16. Placing the words Main Point in italics is an example of paragraph formatting.
true 17. The three main parts of a memo are the heading, body, and closing.
false 18. You can use the Paragraph dialog box to change a document’s margins.
true 19. You can use Format Painter to copy formatting from one part of a document to many other parts.
false 20. By default, Word documents are double spaced.
false 21. If you want the text in a paragraph to line up so that it is even with both margins, you can select the text and click the Center button on the Formatting toolbar.
true 22. Major document components such as titles and headings are often center aligned.
false 23. You can insert a new tab stop by clicking the horizontal scroll bar at the spot where you want the tab stop to be positioned.
true 24. Examples of page formatting include the size of the page’s margins and the page orientation.
false 25. Most memos are long and go into a great deal of detail.
true 26. The default margins for a Word document are 1” at the top and bottom, and 1.25” at the sides.
true 27. The Styles and Formatting task pane lets you quickly apply a specific format to selected text.
true 28. You can use the Formatting toolbar for both character formatting and paragraph formatting.
tab 29. You can press the ___ key to move from one tab stop to the next.
font color 30. To change the color of the type used in a word, select the word, open the ____ drop-down menu, and click the color you want.
alignment 31. When you change a paragraph’s ___, you change the way it lines up in relation to the document’s left and right margins..
templates 32. Word’s memo ___ make it easy to write a memo by supplying the basic formatting.
font 33. The ___ dialog box lets you apply a variety of character effects to text, such as Emboss and Subscript..
font 34. To increase the spacing between the characters in a word, select the word, open the ___ dialog box, and click the Character Spacing tab.
border 35. When you draw the reader’s attention to a paragraph by placing a box around it, you are creating a(n) ___.
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