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7.
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A(n) ____ is a placeholder for data whose contents can change.



1. attribute

2. element

3. value

4. field







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8.
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Which of the following is a bibliographic source?



1. all of the above

2. letter

3. memo

4. map







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9.
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With ____ editing, Word automatically displays a Paste Options button near the pasted or moved text.



1. inline

2. copy-and-carry

3. drag-and-drop

4. cut-and-paste







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10.
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When the same word is used in multiple locations or a word is used that was not quite appropriate, a thesaurus can be used to look up a(n) _____, or a word similar in meaning.



1. antonym

2. synonym

3. metronym

4. homonym







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11.
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A single point is about 1/12 of an inch in height.



1. True

2. False







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12.
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The mouse pointer becomes different shapes depending on the pointer’s location and locations you click on the screen.



1. True

2. False







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13.
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As shown in the accompanying figure, Word shades a shaded area from the left margin to the right margin of the current paragraph.



1. True

2. False







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14.
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By creating consistent properties (like those in the accompanying figure) for files having similar content, users can better organize their documents.



1. False

2. True







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15.
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In the MLA style, notes are used only for optional explanatory content or bibliographic notes.



1. False

2. True







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16.
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While plagiarism is unethical, it is not considered an academic crime.



1. False

2. True







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17.
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To count words, click the Word Count indicator on the Home tab to display the Word Count dialog box.



1. False

2. True







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18.
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If you add text, delete text, or modify text on a page, Word recomputes the location of automatic page breaks and adjusts them accordingly.



1. True

2. False







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19.
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The shortcut keys, CTRL+ENTER, instruct Word to insert an automatic page break immediately above the insertion point and position the insertion point immediately below the automatic page break.



1. True

2. False







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20.
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If you have multiple custom dictionaries, you can specify which one Word should use when checking spelling.



1. False

2. True