Understanding Spreadsheets Quiz The Place For Free Online Training Courses This quiz is designed to test your knowledge of the contents of the Understanding Spreadsheets Course, part of the Office Software Suite series. These quizzes are designed to improve your Spreadsheet 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. It will also include your Free Online Training course quiz completion Certificate for the appropriate quiz. 1. When working with worksheets, we should just accept the default names for the new worksheets instead of changing the names as it saves us time and does not make much of a difference. False True2. To insert a new column into a spread sheet, we need to right-click on the column header to the right of which we want to insert a new column, and from the resulting menu we need to click on ‘Insert Columns Right’. False True3. It is possible to hide/display the different types of toolbars which are displayed at a time in LibreOffice Calc. True False4. In LibreOffice Calc, for the ‘ROUND’ function from the ‘Mathematical’ category, if the ‘number’ selected from a cell is ‘1006.5555’ and the ‘count’ given is 2, then the result will be …. 1006.56 1006.55 1006.54 10065. In Calc, freezing locks a number of rows at the top of a spread sheet or a number of columns on the left of a spread sheet or both rows and columns. Then, when moving around within a sheet, the cells in frozen rows and columns always remain in view. True False6. 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 in the end. False True7. When using functions and formulas in LibreOffice Calc, it is always better to enter cell references rather than typing numbers directly into the formulas. False True8. Which of the following basic options/preferences can be set in the LibreOffice Calc application? None of these. Default folder to open/save spreadsheets Default size of the spreadsheet files Default data entry for spreadsheet files9. In LibreOffice Calc, which tool can be used to make incremental data entries into a spreadsheet? Paste Special Tool None of these. Auto Fill Tool Both Paste Special and Auto Fill Tool10. Which among these tools is most commonly used to copy the formatting from a cell or a cell range to another cell or cell range? Paste Tool Cell Formatting Tool Text Wrap Tool Paste Special Tool11. What is the shortcut keyboard command for selecting the entire worksheet? ctrl + S ctrl + F ctrl + R ctrl + A12. The ‘COUNT’ function from the ‘Statistical’ category in LibreOffice Calc counts how many values are present in the argument list. This function counts the number of all kinds of values present in the argument list, be it numbers or text or any other. False True13. Which of the following cannot be changed when a spreadsheet is saved? Name Location File Type File size14. When we enter a text value in a cell in LibreOffice Calc, then these are by default…… Centre Aligned Left Aligned No Default Setting Right Aligned15. Which among these is not a chart type available in LibreOffice Calc? Column and Line Chart 3D Chart 4D Chart Pie Chart16. Which of the following error code signifies no valid reference for an argument? None of these. #Div/0! #REF! #Name? 17. Which of the following is not good practice when entering data to the cells of a spreadsheet in LibreOffice Calc? Each cell should contain only one element of data A blank row should not be inserted before the total row The main body of a list should not contain any blank rows or columns The cells bordering a list should be blank 18. In LibreOffice Calc, the logical function ‘If’, takes how many arguments? 3 2 None of these. 419. Which of the following error code signifies that the column, row or sheet for the referenced cell is missing? None of these. #REF! #Name? #Div/0!20. Which of the following is an acceptable syntax for absolute cell referencing in LibreOffice Calc? =b4+$b6 =b4+b6 =b4+b$6 =b4+$b$6 Be sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results! Name Email Post navigation ← Preview a worksheet Comments are closed.