ICT ECDL-Microsoft Word

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  • Created on: 02-03-16 11:38
What methods are there of seeing two or more documents at the same time?
'View Side By Side' and 'Arrange All'
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How many different document views are there?
There are 5 different views.
2 of 10
Which of the following would identify weaknesses in your final work?
A chart or image covering data beneath it.
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How would you change the formatting of one word to another?
Highlight the formatted word, press Format Painter, and then highlight the word you wish to format
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Which of the following is a legal consideration when using IT?
Ensure any software you use is licensed.
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Which of the following would represent a strength in your final work?
The completed document is spellchecked, proof-read and well presented.
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In terms of business productivity, which of the following is a benefit of using IT tools and systems in the workplace?
. Storing and retrieving company electronic data is fast and efficient.
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In terms of business productivity, which of the following is a drawback of using IT tools and systems in the workplace?
Insufficient care taken when entering data may lead to work having to be re-done.
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What would improve your work?
Correcting mistakes, spell checking and proof reading.
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What is a benefit of improving productivity?
Profitability.
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How many different document views are there?

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There are 5 different views.

Card 3

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Which of the following would identify weaknesses in your final work?

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Card 4

Front

How would you change the formatting of one word to another?

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Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Which of the following is a legal consideration when using IT?

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