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Free Microsoft Word Test

On the page below, you will find several sample questions stylised after those found in a Microsoft Word assessment. Use the questions on this page to get an idea of where your Microsoft Word skills truly lie. Looking for more in-depth practise? Our comprehensive Word-style preparation materials include dozens of practice questions and study guides designed to help you when taking the real thing. Sign up today to stimulate your learning process and boost your chances of success.

 

 

Free Microsoft Word Sample Questions

Below you will find sample questions stylised after those found on a Microsoft Word test. These sample questions have been derived from both the Interactive and Multiple-Choice sections of the test.


Interactive Questions

In order to properly practice the following tasks, copy and paste the text below 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)

Attendance list

Students:

Zack Col
Sandra Cooper
Don Miller
Stacey Cobos
Dana Garsen

Teachers:

John Dennis
Linda Gross
Mellisa Little
Jeff Silano

When you start, your Word page should look like this:

microsoft-word-sample-questions-doc

 

  1. Change the Page Margins to Narrow
  2. Sort the students' names alphabetically in ascending order
  3. Add numbering to the 'Students' and 'Teachers' lists separately
  4. Change the layout of the 'Students' list into two columns
  5. Create an Annual style Header
  1. Add the Developer tab to the Ribbon
  2. Record a Macro that will apply a yellow highlighting. Name the macro: 'Approved' and assign it the shortcut 'Alt+k'
  3. Insert a Bookmark next to the 'Attendance List' title. Name it 'Title'
  4. At the word 'Back' below the list and make it a Hyperlink to the 'Attendance List' title
  5. Change the document settings to show Readability Statistics

Multiple Choice Questions

 

 

Pass Your Microsoft Word Test

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Microsoft Word Test Tips

Below you will find several useful tips for passing your Microsoft Word test. They include:

  • Familiarising yourself with Word. Open your Microsoft Word application and ‘play around’. This will help you to reacquaint yourself with the many tasks that can be performed using the programme and the different functions it can perform.
  • Practise. Practise. Practise. It may be cliche to say, but practise really does make perfect. Practising prior to your Microsoft Word test will give you insight into the question types and tasks you will be expected to perform. Using a mix of practice tests with full answer explanations and study guides will help stimulate your learning process, thus improving your chances of success.
  • Relax – you’ve got this. Many people find taking tests to be stressful. This is even truer when you are unsure of what to expect come test day. Practising for your Microsoft Word test beforehand will give the familiarity and assurance you need to pass your exam with confidence.

About the Microsoft Word Questions and Answers

The free Microsoft Word-style questions on this page are designed to give you an idea of what to expect when taking the real thing. These questions have been stylised after questions found in both the interactive and multiple-choice sections of these tests to familiarise you with the tasks and functions you can anticipate performing. By using these free sample questions in conjunction with our many Microsoft Word-style PrepPacks™, you are sure to pass your assessment with flying colours.

Looking for a specific version of the Microsoft Word test? See below for more information regarding the following Word-style preparation materials:


How to Prepare for the Microsoft Word Test

The purpose of the Microsoft Word assessments is to make sure that you know how to perform necessary tasks for the job you have applied for. These tasks will often include formatting, file management, printing, editing, creation of tables and graphics, use of tools and automation, etc. During a Word test, you are asked to perform tasks such as using the menus, tool bars, short cut keys and more.

The most important piece of advice that can be given to prepare for a Microsoft Word test is to practise beforehand. Practise will allow you to become familiar with each of the question types and functions that you will perform on the actual test.

Our Microsoft Word-style PrepPacks™ are designed to familiarise you with the question types and functions that you will likely encounter. These PrepPacks™ include both timed and untimed versions of each test to help increase your answering speed and accuracy. Our Microsoft Word-style tests come in both basic and advanced levels and include interactive and multiple-choice questions. Sign up today to gain access to comprehensive Word-style practice tests and more.

 

 

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