Free Sample Microsoft Word Questions
Below are free sample questions that resemble the questions seen on a typical Microsoft Word assessment. Questions are divided by delivery methods - interactive test or multiple choice. Good luck!
|Microsoft Word Intermediate-Advanced Practice|
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Sample microsoft word test questionsIn order to properly practice the following tasks, copy and paste the text on the left to a clean Word document (left click, hold and drag to mark the text, right click – choose "copy", at the Word document, right click – choose paste)
When you start, your Word page should look like this:
Basic level sample questions:
- Change the margins to "Narrow"
- Sort the students names alphabetically in ascending order
- Add numbering to the students and teachers lists separately.
- Change the layout of the students list into two columns
- Create an "annual style" header.
Advanced level sample questions:
- Add a Developer tab.
- Record a macro that will apply a yellow highlighting. Name the macro:
- "approved" and assign it the shortcut "ALT+K"
- Insert a bookmark next to the "attendance list" title. Name it "Title"
- At the word "Back", create a hyperlink to the Attendance list title.
- Change the document settings to show readability statistics
Here are some sample Microsoft Word test questions that can appear on a multiple choice test:
- Which of the following methods could you not use to zoom in?
- Holding Ctrl key and scroll the mouse wheel
- Using the zoom tool at the "view" tab
- Using the zoom slider at the bottom right corner.
- I want to create a second copy of the document under a different name. What should I do?
- Copy and paste the text
- Use "Save As"
- Press Ctrl+Shift+Z
- Open the file again
- The following ribbon is:
- Insert tab
- References tab
- Review tab
- View tab
Intermediate-advanced level sample questions:
- What does a blue "wavy" underline that appears under a word mean?
- The word is out of context
- The word is misspelled
- There is some grammar issue with that word
- The word is written twice on succession
- What are these numbers stand for?
- 1-Full screen 2-Bookmark 3-Paragraph
- 1-Print layout 2-Full screen 3-Outline
- 1- Web layout 2-Bookmark 3-Outline
- 1-Full screen 2-Print layout 3-Paragraph
- The Thesaurus feature:
- Suggests other words with a similar meaning
- Enables you to edit text according to a similar template
- Offers a translation to a second language
- Counts the number of words in a sentence
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