Understanding Word Processing The Place For Free Online Training Courses This quiz is designed to test your knowledge of the contents of the Understanding Word Processing Course, part of the Office Software Suite series. These quizzes are designed to improve your Word Processing skills. There are twenty questions. The pass mark is 70 out of a potential 100 points, 5 for each question. Once you are satisfied with your answers, complete your name and email address and select “Submit Quiz“ to have your answers marked. You will shortly receive an email advising you of your score, whether you have passed the quiz, and how your answers have been scored. 1. Is it possible to open multiple documents simultaneously at a time in LibreOffice writer?YesNo 2. If the ‘Tips’ HELP option is enabled in LibreOffice Writer, then by placing the mouse pointer over any icon we geta detailed explanation about the icon.a small explanation about the icon.options are shown to choose between detailed or small explanation. 3. While creating a new document in Writer, we canUse the default template.Choose a new template.Either use a new or default template 4. Which is the default view in Writer?Web layoutPrint LayoutFull ScreenUser must choose when starting 5. What is the significance of the ‘.’ non printing character?It shows a paragraph mark.It shows a tab character.It shows a space character.It shows new line. 6. Which among the following is a non-printing formatting mark? Spaces. Paragraph marks. Tab characters. 7. While formatting text, under which tab of ‘Paragraph Style’ dialog box do we get ‘Style’ dropdown list?Font Effects.FontText FlowTabs 8. When creating a new paragraph, why is it advisable to use appropriate spacing between paragraphs rather than using the return key?Return key creates additional characters in the document.Applying paragraph spacing creates additional characters in the document. 9. While applying a character style to selected text, from the drop down list ‘Styles and Formatting’, what do we need to do in order to select any particular style?Double click on the desired style.Select the style and click on ‘OK’.Right click on the style and select ‘Apply’. 10. Why is it advisable to use different ‘Alignment and Indentation’ tools instead of inserting spaces in a document?Because spaces do not differentiate properly between different paragraphs or lines.Because when we use spaces, we create characters which occupy extra disk space. 11. How do we select an image in a document?By simply clicking on the image.By double clicking on the image.Right click on the image and then click on ‘Select’. 12. Using the options available under the ‘Paragraph Style’ dialog box, we can only change the font style of a piece of text but not the colour of that text.TrueFalse 13. Is using a return key the best practice for adding new pages to a document?YesNo 14. To apply ‘Subscript’ or ‘Superscript’ to any text in a writer document, first we need to select the text. Then, right-clicking on the selected text will open a new context menu. From this menu, we can click on ‘Subscript’ or ‘Superscript’.TrueFalse 15. What is the representation of a ‘Page Break’ in Writer?Black continuous line between two pages.Thick dotted line.Depends on the user’s choice. 16. Is it possible to add new words to a built-in custom dictionary in LibreOffice Writer?YesNo 17. While printing a document, in the ‘Page Style’ dialog box, under which tab can we change the ‘Paper Size’ and ‘Orientation’?AreaOrganizerPaperTransparency 18. Which among the following is a valid ‘Field’ in LibreOffice Writer? Click all that apply. Page Number Date Author Title 19. In LibreOffice Writer, it is not possible to add a custom shading/background color to a Paragraph.TrueFalse 20. In LibreOffice Writer, the undo command undoes the effect of the recent changes which were made to the document in such a way so that the most recent change is undone first. The redo command performs the most recent change done to the document again.TrueFalse Be sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results! Name Email Time is Up!