Practical Computer Literacy 4th Edition By June Jamrich Parsons Dan Oja – Test Bank
Chapter 11: Finalizing a Document
1. Headers and footers typically contain information such as the title of the document, the date, the name of the author, and the current page number.
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2. You can use only vector graphics to enhance documents created with Microsoft Word.
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3. If you are using footers, you can set the bottom margins as small as possible.
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4. A merge block may contain multiple lines of data.
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5. To be accessible to Web browsers, your document can be saved in any available format.
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6. A Word document can be converted into HTML without losing any aspect of the original document.
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7. The VIEW tab includes tools for inserting comments and tracking changes.
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8. You can encrypt a document so that it can be opened only by using a valid password.
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9. To choose a theme for your document, you should click Themes in the INSERT tab.
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10. Software for creating PDFs is included with the Mac OS X operating system.
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