1. Make a bulleted list using the words pen, pencil, paper. Save as School Supplies. (E)
Questions 2-4 are interrelated.
2. Insert a table with 4 rows and 3 columns. (E)
3. In the table write the words left, center and right on the top row in the respective columns. (E)
4. Justify the words on the top row according to what they say. Save as Justified Table. (E)
5. Change the spacing of the following paragraph to double. Save document as Music and Me. (E)
Music as a whole represents the listener’s interests and personality. The choices in music that one makes cannot but provide an insight into one’s identity. In addition to this general relationship, music may help represent one’s gender identity. In my life music plays a very selective role. I listen to and must know certain types of music very well for dance. The rest of the music I listen to is strictly for pleasure. As a result, the majority of the music I listen to reflects my taste and therefore my identity.
Questions 6 and 7 are interrelated.
6. Type your name and center it at the top of a new document. Insert a page number (1) at the bottom of this page in the center. (E)
7. Insert a page break after this question. Make sure the new page is numbered 2. Keep it blank besides the number. Save as Name Page. (E)
Questions 8-10 are interrelated.
8. Open a new Word document. Pull down the View menu and click Header and Footer. (E)
9. Type in your name and the date as the header. Use the toolbar button to Justify Right. (E)
10. In the footer, type in the name of the document. Save as My Title Page. (E)
Questions 11-13 are interrelated.
11. Use ClipArt and insert a picture of a frog. (E)
12. Copy the following sentences and paste them underneath the picture: (E)
Frogs have evolved to live in
an astounding variety of climates. They can be found just about anywhere
there's fresh water, from the desert to the
13. Format the picture layout with a square wrapping style. Save as Frog Information. (E)
Questions 14-21 are interrelated.
14. Create a table with 4 rows and 8 columns.
15. Merge cells A1-H1. (E)
17. Type the days of the week starting with Sunday in rows, B2-H2. (E)
18. Type the words Night Shift in B4, E4, G4, and H4. (E)
19. Write the words Lunch Shift in C3, D3 and F3. (E)
20. Merge Cells A2-A4 and type the word Shifts. (E)
21. Make the background color orange. Save as Shift Schedule. (E)
Questions 22-27 are interrelated.
22. Create a table 6 x 5. (E)
23. Merge the first row. (E)
24. Change the background color to red and title the first row Employee’s of the Month, centered. (E)
25. In A2 type Quarter, B2 East Wall, C2 West Wall, D2 North Wall, and E2 South Wall. (E)
26. In A3, A4, A5, and A6, Type Quarter 1, Quarter 2, Quarter 3, and Quarter 4. (E)
27. Type names into all the cells from B3- E6. Save as Employees of the Month. (E)
Questions 28-31 are interrelated.
28. Use a search engine to locate the Constitution of Rwanda. Copy this text, all the way from the Preamble to Article 102, into a Word document. (E)
29. Change the text color to red. (E)
30. Make the font sized 14. (E)
31. Number the pages at the bottom of the page at
the center. Save as
32. Create a numbered list with the following names, and make the 3rd, 4th, and 5th people in bold font. Save as Player Roster. (E)
For questions 33-47, refer to To-Do List (stored as Wrd4ExamDataA.doc)
33. Click and drag to select all of the text.
Pull down the Format menu and click on the Bullets and Numbering Command.
Under the Bulleted tab, choose the type of bullets you want to use and click OK to confirm. (M)
34. Click just after Do homework to insert the cursor and click enter to create a new line with a new bullet.
Type Prepare dinner. Click enter to create the next line with a new bullet and then click enter again to end this list. (M)
35. Click and drag to select all of your text and then click on the Numbering button on your toolbar.
Your bulleted list should convert to a numbered list. (M)
36. Click and drag to select all of your text. Right click and select Bullets and Numbering command.
Click on the Outline Numbered tab and select the type of outline you want. Click OK to confirm your choice. (M)
37. Place the cursor at the end of Clean the House and press enter. A number 2 is made automatically.
Press tab to indent the item and create the next level of numbering that corresponds with your selected Outline Type. Type Mop Floor. Press enter and then type Wash Dishes. (M)
38. Place your cursor just after Run Errands and press enter. A number 3 is made automatically.
Click tab to create a second level of numbering. Type Go to the grocery store.
Click after Go to the grocery store and press enter. Press tab to create a third level of bulleting.
Type Bread and press enter and then type Milk and press enter. (M)
39. Click and drag to select the whole outline. Pull down the format menu and choose Bullets and Numbering.
Click on the Outline Numbered tab and click customize. Level 1 should be selected in the Level box.
Choose the Arrow bullet for your first level bulleting. (M)
40. Now select Level 2 in the level box. Choose numbers 1, 2, 3…. for your second level numbering. (M)
41. Now select Level 3 in the level box. Choose a little black box for your third level bulleting.
Click OK to select these settings. Click out of the Bulleting and Numbering dialog box. (M)
42. Insert the cursor after the very last line of text and press enter twice ending the bulleting. (M)
43. Under the Bulleting and Numbering dialog box. Choose Outline Numbering again. Highlight the customized outline that you just created and press customize. Make sure you have Level 1 selected. Choose to align the arrow bullets position at 0”. (M)
44. Click on your second level bulleting and justify them to the right. (M)
45. Click on your third level bulleting and align the text at 1”. Also, Select position after tab as 1” and indent as 1.5”. (M)
46. Place your cursor after the last line and press enter. A new bullet will appear. Now press enter again to end the bulleting. (M)
47. Title your outline a To-Do List. Place your cursor right before Clean the House. Hit enter. Place your cursor after the top bullet that you just created and press backspace. Under the Format menu, select Styles and Formatting. Select Heading 2, type To-Do List and justify it centered.
Save document as To-Do List. (M)
Questions 48-51 are interrelated.
48. Create a table with 5 columns and 2 rows. (M)
49. Insert orange shading in all of the boxes. (M)
50. Merge the bottom row. (M)
51. Insert a clip art of your choice in the bottom row and center it. Save as Clip Art in Table. (M)
Questions 52-54 are interrelated.
52. Copy and paste the following into a new Word document. Add a title to the following and make sure it is a Heading 1 and centered. (M)
In addition, when listening to rap male rap music, I feel a greater sense of control and a more powerful. I realize that this feeling may be completely unrepresentative of my true status but I think that the nature of the music emulates such a feeling. The male domination of the rap industry, much like that of the world, renders a woman to be either intimidated or encouraged to rise above. For me, listening to rap music is in a way symbolic of the way I try to live my life. I appreciate and understand the music, as I do many aspects of the world that are traditionally male, but I chose to gain from them and become more than just a follower unable to participate. Like many of the rappers I wish to make a mark on this world. While our ways may be different, our ultimate goal remains the same. I love to have fun, but I only want to succeed in all aspects of life. In my opinion, rap music describes this feeling perfectly.
53. Change the font of the entire paragraph to Arial font 13. (M)
54. Change the title to font 16. Save as Rap Music. (M)
Questions 55-57 are interrelated.
55. Write the following sentence. Make sure it is body text. (M)
My affinity for the music is not so far removed from my personality, as it may initially seem.
56. Change the character style of the following sentence to Monotype Corsiva, 13. (M)
57. Change the paragraph style to include green background shading. Save as Background Shading. (M)
For questions 58 and 59, refer to Family Chart (stored as Wrd4ExamDataB).
58. Rotate the words in the cells to read vertically. (M)
59. Shade the first cell in the upper left hand corner pink. Save as Family Chart. (M)
60. On a separate page create a title page. Insert a text box centering the title MUSIC AND IDENTITY in 18 Arial font in the center of the page. Save as Music and Identity. (M)
Questions 61-64 are interrelated.
61. Open a new Word document. Pull down the View menu and click Header and Footer. Click on the Switch between Header and Footer button on the Header toolbar. This should bring the cursor down to the footer. (M)
62. Click on the Insert Date button on the Header toolbar. Hit the tab button once. (M)
63. Click on the Insert Time button on the Header toolbar. Hit enter. (M)
64. Click on the Insert AutoText drop down menu and click on the Created by option. Correct the information if necessary. Save as AutoText. (M)
Questions 65-71 are interrelated.
65. Create a table with 6 rows and 3 columns. (M)
66. Merge the first row and put the follow title in the row: Computer Grades in bold and center this title. (M)
67. In the remaining 5 rows of the first column type: Name, Jack, Beth, Tom, Abby and in the remaining 2 columns of the second row type: 1st test, 2nd test. The words Name, 1st test, and 2nd test should be bold. (M)
68. Fill in grades in the remaining rows and columns, and center these grades within the cell. (M)
69. Shade the first row using a light gray color. (M)
70. Put a border around the entire table using the box setting. (M)
71. Change the paper layout to “landscape.” Save as Computer Grades. (M)
Questions 72-77 are interrelated.
72. Open a new Word document. Pull down the View menu and click Header and Footer. In the header field, type your name, the date and the title of the document on separate lines. (D)
73. Use the toolbar button to
74. Click on the Format Page Number button, and explore your options of how you would like your page numbers to appear. Check start at page 1. (D)
75. Click on the drop down box labeled Number Format and choose the first option 1, 2, 3… Click on the Insert Page Number button to insert the page number. Make sure you Justify Center the page number. (D)
76. Click on the Switch between Header and Footer button on the Header toolbar. This should bring the cursor down to the footer. (D)
77. Click on the Insert AutoText drop down menu and click on the Author, Page# and Date option. Then hit the enter button. Then click on the Insert Auto Text menu again and click on the Page X of Y option. Save as Title Page 2. (D)
78. Copy and paste this sentence into a new Word document. Insert a footnote after the following sentence. Write Anonymous Source as the footnote. Save as Anonymous Source. (D)
The male domination of the rap industry, much like that of the world, renders a woman to be either intimidated or encouraged to rise above.
79. Make an outline using check mark bullets for supplies and assignments. Save as Supplies and Assignments Checklist. (D)
Questions 80-90 are interrelated.
80. Split all the cells in the first row of a table that is 4 rows by 5 columns. The split should be 2 columns and 1 row. (D)
81. Delete the entire middle column. (D)
82. Merge the cells in the bottom row. (D)
83. Make the bottom row 5 lines long by hitting enter 4 times. (D)
84. Right the words fox, zebra, alligator, kangaroo, turtle, dog, cat and fish in this order in the cells across the top. (H)
85. Distribute the cells in the first row evenly. (D)
86. Autofit the contents of the cells with alligator and kangaroo. (D)
87. In the bottom row, insert a picture of an animal. (D)
88. Center the picture. (D)
89. Fill the background gray. (D)
90. Format a border with the Box setting at 3 ½ point. Save as Animal Chart. (D)
Questions 91-96 are interrelated.
91. Insert a picture of food. (D)
92. Enlarge this picture to 5” by 5.” (D)
93. Fill the picture with yellow coloring. (D)
94. Using the picture format toolbar, take set the brightness to 40%. (D)
95. Crop the picture 0.5” from the left. (D)
96. Put a border around the entire table using the “box” setting. Save as Food Picture. (D)
For questions 97-100, refer to Flower Chart (stored as Wrd4ExamDataC).
97. Using the summation function, sum all of the totals for each flower. (D)
98. Select whole table and Auto Format to Table Classic 3. (D)
99. Insert a clipart of a flower into the first cell in the first row and in the first column. (D)
100. Select the four following cells in the top row and change text direction to vertical. Save as Flower Chart. (D)