Microsoft Word Chapter 3 Exam Questions

 

 

 

Note: After completing each set of exam questions, save the final document like this: yournameWrd3ExamA.doc.

For example, if your name is Pierre Valjean and you are working on Set C of the exam questions, your final document will be saved like this: pvaljeanWrd3ExamC.doc. You should have a separate final document for each set of exam questions. Save these on a disk to hand in to your instructor.

If the exam asks you to save in HTML format, the file extension should be .html or .htm instead of .doc. Otherwise, it should always be .doc for this exam.

 

 

 

 

A) Exam Questions #1-9 apply to the following document: Wrd3ExamDataA.doc, located in the Exam Data folder. Open the file and complete the following:

  1. Insert a footnote after 2000 in the first sentence of the paragraph.
    1. Type the text of the footnote at the bottom of the page: “Other components of Microsoft Office 2000 are Excel, Access, and PowerPoint”.   (M)
  2. Place the symbol ® after the word “Microsoft” in the beginning of the first sentence.  (E)
  3. Insert a footnote after the word “faxes”.
    1. The text of the footnote should read: “Microsoft Word provides templates for resumes and faxes, or one can prepare a customized document using The Resume Wizard and Fax Wizard.”  (M)
  4. Use WordArt to make a Word Art of “Microsoft Word” as a title at the bottom of the document.  (D)
  5. Open the drawing toolbar.  Use the Autoshape and the Text Box icons to put your name inside a star on the bottom of the page.  (D)
  6. Insert a ClipArt of a computer.  Place it so it is aligned with the document to the left and in tight wrap with the text.  (M)
  7. Delete the Clip Art of the envelope.  (E)
  8. Insert the Windows symbol from the Wingdings symbol file at the end of the paragraph. (M)
  9. Save the document as a web page. (E)

 

B) Exam Questions #10-19 apply to the following document: Wrd3ExamDataB.doc, located in the Exam Data folder. Open the file and complete the following:

  1. Use WordArt to create a title “Rwanda”.
    1. Change the font size of the Word Art to 44. (M)
  2. Downsize the Clip Art of the globe to approximately 3 cm x 3 cm.  (E)
  3. Format the Clip Art of the glove so that the Layout is tight and so that the Clip Art is aligned to the left of the paragraph. (D)
  4. Insert a Hyperlink in place of the first word in the paragraph.  The hyperlink should link to the national university website, which is http://www.nur.ac.rw.  (D)
  5. Use the autoshape and text box icons to create a banner with your name at the bottom of the document.  (D)
  6. Insert a footnote after the word “People”. Copy and Paste the following text into the footnote.  “This data is based on a UN 1999 estimate.” (M)
  7.  Insert an arrow from symbols to the beginning of the paragraph. (E)
  8.  Use the ClipArt format to brighten the picture of the globe.  (M)
  9.  Put a green box around the Clip Art of the globe.  Format the box so it is behind the picture. (D)
  10.  Insert a footnote after the word “Regime.”  Copy and Paste the following text into the footnote:  “Rwanda gained its independence from Belgium in 1962.” (M)

 

C) Exam Questions #20-24 apply to the following document: Wrd3ExamDataC.doc, located in the Exam Data folder. Open the file and complete the following:

  1. Make a rectangle with a rose-colored border and a lavender fill color.
    1. Make the line around the rectangle dashed and 3 pt.
    2. Format the box so that it is behind the paragraph and the text is visible. Make sure the box surrounds all of the text. (D)
  2. Make an oval around the title of the paragraph.
    1. Format the oval so that it is behind the title and the text is visible. (M)
  3. Insert from Symbols an arrow pointing right at the beginning of the paragraph.  (E)
  4. Insert an appropriate Picture from Clip Art at the bottom of the document, beneath the text.  (M)
  5. Open the drawing toolbar.  Use the Autoshape and the Text Box icons to create a banner with the name of your favorite soap opera inside. Put this at the bottom of the document. (D)

 

D) Exam Questions #25-34 apply to the following document: Wrd3ExamDataD.doc, located in the Exam Data folder. Open the file and complete the following:
  1. In the body are the words National University of Rwanda.  Convert them to a hyperlink to www.nur.ac.rw.  (M)
  2. In the appropriate word box, type in your return address.  (E)
  3. Copy and Paste the recipient’s information into the appropriate text box. (E)

Bill Gates

c/o Microsoft Corporation

One Microsoft Way

            Redmond, WA 98052

 

  1. Change the date to the current exam date. (E)
  2. Replace your name as the Company Name. Also replace your name at the bottom of the document as the sender. (E)
  3. In the return address box, insert a hyperlink to your e-mail address. (D)
  4. Replace “Dear Sir or Madam” with Dear Mr. Gates.  Place a rectangle around this phrase.  Format it so it appears behind the text.  (D)
  5. Using Autoshape, put a banner around your name.  Format it so it appears behind the text.  (D)
  6. Insert a footnote after the phrase “Microsoft Office 2000.” Copy and paste the following text to the footnote: (M)

Microsoft Office 2000 includes Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, FrontPage, Small Business Tools , Internet Explorer 5.0, and shared clip art.

 

  1. Insert the Microsoft Windows symbol, located in Wingdings, at the end of the paragraph. (M)

 

E) Exam Questions #35-44 apply to the following document: Wrd3ExamDataE.doc, located in the Exam Data folder. Open the file and complete the following:

  1. Delete the name at the top of the page to your name.  Insert a WordArt with your name at the top of the document.  (M)
  2. Change the objective to “To obtain a full-time position with Microsoft”.  (E)
  3. Fill in the Experience, Education, and Interests sections with your personal information.  (E)
  4. In the left box beneath the heading Education, insert any Clip Art. Resize appropriately.  (M)
  5. In the left box beneath the heading Interests, insert any Clip Art. Resize appropriately and change it to grayscale.  (D)
  6. Highlight the word Tips, and enter new text that says Computer Skills
    1.  Under the Computer Skills section write “Proficient in Microsoft Office 2000”
    2. Insert a footnote after this phrase.  Copy and paste the following text to the footnote:

Microsoft Office 2000 includes Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, FrontPage, Small Business Tools , Internet Explorer 5.0, and shared clip art. (D)

 

  1. Create an envelope with your own return address.
    1. The delivery address should read:

Microsoft Corporation

One Microsoft Way

Redmond, WA 98052

 

    1. Add the envelope to your document.  (D)
  1.  Insert a thick, dashed, rectangle around your name.  Format it to behind the document.  (D)
  2.  Under the education section, insert a hyperlink to your university website. Make the text of the hyperlink say “National University of Rwanda.” (M)
  3. Delete the Clip Art of the clock and book, located underneath the Experience part of document.  (E)

           

F) Exam Questions #45-54 apply to the following document: Wrd3ExamDataF.doc, located in the Exam Data folder. Open the file and complete the following:

  1. Replace the Title with a WordArt containing the same phrase.  Use the WordArt toolbar so the Word Art is in arial font, three rows, and in triangle format.  (D)
  2. Insert a rectangle to border the picture.   Format the rectangle so it is behind the picture.  (D)
  3. Format the picture to decrease the brightness.  (M)
  4. Change the picture to grayscale.  (M)
  5. Create a banner at the bottom with your name.  (M)
  6. Insert a hyperlink to the Holocaust Museum’s website at www.ushmm.org.  (E)
  7. There is a hyperlink attached to the picture.  Undo this hyperlink.  (D)
  8. Insert a down arrow symbol between the picture and the text. (M)
  9. Save the document as a web page.  The file name should be Holocaust.html.  (D)
  10. Insert a footnote at the end of the document with the following text: (M)

The Holocaust took place from 1939-1945.

 

G) Exam Questions #55-63 apply to the following document: Wrd3ExamDataG.doc, located in the Exam Data folder. Open the file and complete the following:

  1. Change the style of the Word Art to any other Word Art style (except the vertical ones).  (E)
  2. Change the color of “The Constitution of Rwanda” to red.  (M)
  3. Change the outline color to green. (M)
  4. Move the Word Art so it is in the middle of the page. (E)
  5. Change the character spacing to loose.  (D)
  6. Change the Word Art to semitransparent. (D)
  7. Change the font of the Word Art to Comic Sans MS.  (E)
  8. Rotate the Word art so that it is right side up. (D)
  9.  Move the Word Art to the back of the document. (M)

 

H) Exam Questions #64-73 apply to the following document: Wrd3ExamDataH.html, located in the Exam Data folder. Open the file in Microsoft Word (not Internet Explorer or any web browser) and complete the following:

  1. Fill in the title of the web page with “My Personal Webpage”. Center the title. (E)
  2. Change the theme to Capsules. (M)
  3. Download a picture from the Internet and save it to your desktop.  Insert the downloaded picture after the main heading in the Personal Web Page. Hyperlink the image to the website you got it from. (D)
  4. Make the title of the web page into Word Art with the Font Arial and Size 36. Choose whatever style of Word Art you like. (D)
  5. Under Job Title, type “Student at the University of Rwanda” and make it “University of Rwanda” a hyperlink to the university’s website. The web address for the University of Rwanda is http://www.nur.ac.rw/. (D)
  6. Under Key Responsibilities, insert two major responsibilities that you have as a student. Under Department or Workgroup, insert the name of your major. (E)
  7. Under Favorite Links, put in a hyperlink in the first entry. Make the hyperlink text the website address. (M)
  8. In the second bullet for Favorite Links, make a hyperlink but instead of using the website address as the text of the hyperlink, use the name of the website. (D)
  9. For the third bullet under Favorite Links, put a website address, but do not make it a hyperlink. (M)
  10. Delete the Personal Interests category and the Biographical Information category. Remove the corresponding links in the Table of Contents as well. (E)

*This final document should be in HTML format.

 

I) Exam Questions #74-81 apply to the following document: Wrd3ExamDataI.doc, located in the Exam Data folder. Open the file and complete the following:

  1. Make the title of “Brahms’ Requiem” to Word Art of Times New Roman font and 48 pt. Use the Word Art for the title. Do not use any of the vertical Word Art styles. (M)
  2. Change the fill color of the box to Gray-25%. (E)
  3. Make the box 3D, using 3D Style 1. Make the 3D color light-blue and make the 3D depth 36 pt. (D)
  4. Send the box to the back of the text so that it no longer covers the document. (E)
  5. Resize the box so that it surrounds the main text of the document, but not the title. (E)
  6. Rotate the Word Art of “The End” at the bottom of the page so that it is horizontal and right side up. (D)
  7. Make the Word Art of “The End” into a hyperlink to http://www.yahoo.com/. (D)
  8. Make a footnote after the word “piece” in the first line of the document. The footnote should say “first written in 1867.” (M)

 

J) Exam Questions #82-91 apply to the following document: Wrd3ExamDataJ.doc, located in the Exam Data folder. Open the file and complete the following:

  1. Make the needle ½ the size that it already is. (M)
  2. Move the callout at the bottom of the page to the left side of the man, and rotate the callout left. (E)
  3. Inside the callout, type the words, “Who understands this stuff?” (M)
  4. Make the line color on the callout pink. (M)
  5. Fill the inside of the callout with the color blue. (M)
  6. Give the callout a shadow on the right side. (D)
  7. Make the shadow color blue. (E)
  8. Make the shadow semitransparent. (E)
  9. Crop the man so that there is a minimal amount of background, and the man is the main image seen. (D)
  10. Change the formatted color of the man so that it is grayscale. (D)

 

K) Exam Questions #92-100 apply to the following document: Wrd3ExamDataK.doc, located in the Exam Data folder. Open the file and complete the following:

  1. Change the WordArt to say “University Mission”. (E)
  2. Change the Word Art to the last style option (the half silver and half red letters). (E)
  3. Rotate the Word Art 5°. (D)
  4. Copy the following text, paste it into the document, and place your WordArt in the center of it. (M)

To provide teaching at a higher level
The main task of the NUR is to transmit scientific knowledge to its students in a way that new ideas may come out and professional aptitude be acquired.

To organize scientific research
Research activities at the NUR comprise all creative works undertaken in a systematic way in order to increase scientific and technological knowledge, including the knowledge of man, culture and society, also making good use of that knowledge in new situations.
The scientific research at University level is not only lecturers and researchers' affair but also that of students in licence and doctorate, as it is inscribed in their final papers (dissertations, doctorate and specialization theses). In this way, the development of scientific research contributes to the improvement and the strengthening of education structure.

To provide service to the community
This task works hand in hand with the two mentioned above. Our University is aware that its credibility lies in the need of serving the community where it originates. By providing knowledge and know-how to the community, the NUR contributes to the full development through its various and adequate services to the needs of local population.

To promote culture
The three tasks mentioned above are means which enable the NUR to participate to the enrichment and promotion of culture. Culture comprises both traditional and modern aspects by the fact that it increases technological and scientific knowledge in such domains as Sciences, Technology, Arts, etc…
This enrichment enhances a better understanding of relationships between man and his natural, physical, social and human environment. It also contributes to the improvement of this environment for the benefit of man and society. To promote culture in Rwanda means also to call upon respect of human rights and good governance in order to contribute to building a more human Rwandan society.

  1. Change the Word Art size to 125% in both width and height.  Make sure it is still centered. (D)
  2. Hyperlink the Word Art to http://www.nur.ac.rw/mission.htm (D)
  3. Insert a Clip Art from the category “Academic.” Size it appropriately and center it at the bottom of the page. (E)
  4. Change the wrap style so that the Word Art is tight wrapped within the text. (M)

100.Change the Word Art so the letters are the same size. (M)