MS Word Shortcuts Keys

Q No 1:     In Microsoft Word shortcut key CTRL+I is used for

  • None of these
  • Align Center
  • Italic Text
  • Insert Dialog

Q No 2:    In Microsoft Word shortcut CTRL+A is to

  • Select all
  • Paste something
  • Highlight a block of text
  • Delete something

Q No 3:     In Microsoft Word move the insertion point to the beginning of the next paragraph

Shortcut CTRL+LEFT ARROW

  • Shortcut CTRL+RIGHT ARROW
  • Shortcut CTRL+DOWN ARROW
  • None of these

Q No 4:       In Microsoft Word using CTRL+SHIFT with any of the arrow keys

  • Highlight a block of textcorrect
  • Delete something
  • Paste something
  • None of these

Q No 5:    In Microsoft Word to paste something after cutting the following shortcut is used:

  • CTRL+C
  • None of these
  • CTRL+X
  • CTRL+V

Q No 6:   In Microsoft Word shortcut key CTRL+H is used for

  • Open Replace Dialog Box
  • Start the Find utility
  • Open the History bar
  • Open the Organize Favorites dialog box

Q No 7:       In Microsoft Word shortcut CTRL+C is used for

  •  Cut
  • Paste
  • Copy
  • None of these

Q No 8:     In Microsoft Word move the insertion point to the beginning of the previous word

  • Shortcut CTRL+LEFT ARROW
  • None of these
  • Shortcut CTRL+DOWN ARROW
  • Shortcut CTRL+RIGHT ARROW

Q No 9:       In Microsoft Word shortcut for paste is:

  • None of these
  • CTRL+C
  • CTRL+V
  • CTRL+X

Q No 10:      In Microsoft Word shortcut key CTRL+E is used for:

  • Align Text Right
  • Align Text Centre
  • Enter New Page
  • Align Text Left

Q No 11:        In Microsoft Word shortcut key CTRL+P is used for:

  • None of these
  • Close the current window
  • Update the current Web page
  • Print page

Q No 12:     In Microsoft Word shortcut key CTRL+B is used for:

  • Underline Text
  • Bold Text
  • Align Text Center
  • Open the Search bar

Q No 13:    In Microsoft Word shortcut for copy is:

  • CTRL+V
  • CTRL+X
  • None of these
  • CTRL+C

Q No 14:     In Microsoft Word using SHIFT with any of the arrow keys

  • Paste something
  • Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text in a document
  •  Delete something
  • Highlight a block of text

Q No 15:       In Microsoft Word move the insertion point to the beginning of the previous paragraph

  • CTRL+UP ARROW
  • CTRL+LEFT ARROW
  • CTRL+RIGHT ARROW
  • CTRL+DOWN ARROW

Q No 16:        In Microsoft Word shortcut key CTRL+F is used for:

  • Open the Organize Favorites dialog box
  • Open the History bar
  • Start the Find utility
  • Open the Search bar

Q No 17:      In Microsoft Word move the insertion point to the beginning of the previous paragraph

  • CTRL+LEFT ARROW
  • CTRL+DOWN ARROW
  • None of these
  • CTRL+RIGHT ARROW

Q No 18:      In Microsoft Word shortcut key CTRL+O is used for:

  • Open the Favorites bar
  • Open the Open dialog box
  • Open the Open dialog box, the same as CTRL+L
  • Start another instance of the browser with the same Web address
    Q No 19:         In Microsoft Word shortcut key CTRL+W is used for:
  • Update the current Web page
  • None of these
  • Close the current window

Q No 20:      In Microsoft Word shortcut CTRL+SHIFT while dragging an item

  • Create a shortcut to the selected item
  • Copy the selected item
  • Delete the selected item permanently without placing the item in the Recycle Bin
  • Rename the selected item

Q No 21:        A program which helps to create written document and lets you go back and make corrections as necessary

  • Spreadsheet
  • Word processor
  • Tool bar
  • Home row keys

Q No 22:      In Microsoft Word to delete the selected item permanently without placing the item in the Recycle Bin

  •  CTRL while dragging an item
  • SHIFT+DELETE
  • CTRL+SHIFT while dragging an item
  • None of these

Q No 23:      Graphics for word processor

  • Peripheral
  • Clip art
  •  Execute
  • Highlight

Q No 24:       Graphics for word processor Peripheral Clip artcorrect Execute Highlight:

  • Word Processor
  • Spreadsheet
  • Operating Program
  • Database

Q No 25:        In Microsoft Word move the insertion point to the beginning of the next word:

  •  CTRL+LEFT ARROW
  •  CTRL+DOWN ARROW
  •  CTRL+RIGHT ARROW
  • None of these

Q No 26:        What is the minimum number of rows and columns that a word table can have?

  • 2 rows and 1 column
  • Zero
  • 2 rows and 2 column
  • 1 row and 1 column

Q No 27:     What does Ctrl + B shortcut accomplish in Ms-Word?

  • It adds a line break to the document
  • It converts selected text into the next larger size of the same font
  • It applies Italic formatting t the selected text.
  • It makes the selected text bold

Q No 28:       In Microsoft Word shortcut CTRL+Z is for:

  • None of these
  • Delete something
  • Paste something
  • Undo something

Q No 29:       In Microsoft Word shortcut SHIFT+DELETE is used for:

  • Copy the selected item
  • Delete the selected item permanently without placing the item in the Recycle Bin
  • Create a shortcut to the selected item
  • Rename the selected item

Q No 30:      What is the file extension of Ms-Word97- 2003 document?

  • Doc
  • Dot
  • Txt
  • Dom

Q No 31:     Which of the following shortcut key is used to check spelling?

  • F9
  • F1
  • F7
  • F2

Q No 32:          In Microsoft Word shortcut key CTRL+R is used for:

  • Update the current Web page
  • Close the current window
  • None of thes

Q No 33:        What does the Ctrl + I shortcut key accomplish in Ms-Word?

  • It converts selected text into the next larger size of the same font
  • It makes the selected text bold
  • It adds a line break to the document
  • It applies Italic formatting t the selected text

Q No 34:       In Microsoft Word shortcut CTRL while dragging an item

  • Copy the selected item
  • Rename the selected item
  • Create a shortcut to the selected item
  • Delete the selected item permanently without placing the item in the Recycle Bin

Q No 35:     Why are headers and footers used in document?

  • To make large document more readable
  • To mark the starting and ending of a page
  • To allow page headers and footers to appear on document when it is printed
  • To enhance the overall appearance of the document
    Q No 36:    In Microsoft Word to cut something the following shortcut is used
  • CTRL+C
  • CTRL+V
  • None of these
  • CTRL+X

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