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Practice Projects for Microsoft Word

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 9 Table

In this practice project for Word, students create a document with a title and table. The table has two columns that have different font alignment and incluces various fonts. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 8 Formatting Text

In this practice project for Word, students create a document using a different size and color font for the title than the rest of the paragraph. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 7 Bullets

In this practice project for Word, students create a document with two different types of bullets showing points and subpoints. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 6 Letter

In this practice project for Word, students create a letter. Included in the letter is a heading on the right, indented paragraphs, and the closing and signiture near the middle of the document. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 5 Text And Outline

In this practice project for Word, students create a document that contains several paragraphs of text and also includes an outline with key points and subpoints. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 4 Modified Text

In this practice project for Word, students create a document with the heading on the right, a boldfaced, centered title, and indented paragraphs. The document is double-spaced. …

Word 3 Basic Text

In this practice project for Word, students create a document with the heading on the right, a boldfaced title that is centered, and several paragraphs that are indented. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 22 Preset Headings

In this practice project for Word, students create a document using the preset headings to create a title bar. The document has different alignment and font, blanks, and a short outline. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 21 Formatting Options

In this practice project for Word, students create a document that shows some different effects that can be used with the same font. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 20 Numbered List

In this practice project for Word, students create a document that includes a centered title followed by a numbered list. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 2 Heading 2

In this practice project for Word, students create a document that has a centered title, a heading in the upper right corner, and indented paragraphs. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 19 Advanced Table

In this practice project for Word, students create a document with a table showing a school schedule. The blocks in the table are different sizes and will take individual work within the blocks to …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 18 Columns

In this practice project for Word, students create a document with a header and two colomns. The columns include boldfaced and italic font and different alignment. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 17 Columns

In this practice project for Word, students create a document with two identical columns in landscape orientation. Included in each are indented lines and different alignment and font. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 16 Lesson Notes Handout

In this practice project for Word, students create a document like a student handout. This includes an outline with several levels, blanks for students to write on, and different font. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 15 Lesson Notes

In this practice project for Word, students create a document with a header and two outlines. Students are asked to use the automatic numbering and outlining features in Word. They must use different …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 14 Table

In this practice project for Word, students create a scoresheet using a table. Students must use different sizes, colors and styles of font, including different alignment. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 13 Outline

In this practice project for Word, students create an outline using the automatic outline in Word, including many levels of subpoints. …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 12 Formatting

In this practice project for Word, students create a document with a centered title in all capitals, the first letter of each word slightly larger than the rest. Throughout the document the font is …

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Word 11 Formatting

In this practice project for Word, students create a document similar to a test or quiz. They must include points and subpoints, blanks, boldfaced text, tabs, and spacing. …

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22 Best Basic Microsoft Word practice exercises for beginners

Vijay Sharma

  • May 23, 2017
  • Microsoft Office , Microsoft Word , Productivity Software

22 Microsoft Word Exercises

Microsoft Word Exercises for Practice: –  This article is very important for a basic computer course, for college and school students learning Microsoft Word online and offline. In this, you will get the best ideas on how to learn and practice Microsoft Word.  And you can explore the capabilities of Microsoft Word as a business software in this post.

The best way to learn anything is by doing exercises and creating samples of existing materials from experts. It’s ok that you know about Bold, Italic, Page Layout, Insert Menu, View options, etc. but it’s great if you can use such options in creating anything in Microsoft Word.

I mean tools are the same, but the field, seed, and process are changed. So, Can you do that with the same tools? I know farmers do it daily.

So, let’s explore how to learn Microsoft Word. Microsoft Word Exercises ideas that I think every student around the world should practice.

Microsoft Word practice exercises for beginners:

1. create and design admission/enquiry forms etc..

To create this kind of form, you need to use shapes, text boxes, colors, formatting options, tables, and horizontal lines in MS Word. This is a very good exercise to practice because it will give you an idea of how to use such options practically on various official documents that we use in our daily official life.

These days many people do not create forms and charts usually they download them. That makes the forms boring. And often you see similar kinds of formats in forms. But as a student or teacher or small business owner if you learn to create such forms not only do you expand your thinking and creativity but you can also utilize this ability in business and job.

See a sample in the image below.

admission form sample Microsoft Word

2. Create bills/leaflets/brochures. See the sample below.

Everyone has various designs of bills such as your refrigerator shopping bill, computer bill, electricity bills, and various other kinds of bills. So you can practice in Microsoft Word to create that type of bill format. It’s good for practice in which you will learn the Insert menu option, text adjustment between the table, page size, and text boxes.

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

3. Design E-book cover pages / Magazine front/ books front/back page using the cover page option in Insert Menu.

This practice is an advance. But try to find the books and magazine cover pages. And try to make it similar in MS Word. Imagine if you’re the designer, how you will design the same content or front page. You will learn while practicing this about the Cover Page option in MS Word or you can design without using that option. The benefit of learning this is about understanding the various practical uses of Microsoft Word in our daily lives.

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

4. Create Business Cards using Shapes, text, and colors.

People use Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, and websites to create business cards nowadays automatically and manually. You can also use that. But it’s about mastering MS Word options and skills. When you create and design anything in Microsoft Word. Your basic computer skills become strong. That helps you in the future when you start working on a Computer or MS Office or MS Word. Also, basic computer skills are very important before doing any degree course in IT. So, Design the business cards similarly you see in the below sample picture.

Business Card Creation in Microsoft Word

This is an advanced exercise, but if you do it and create cards then the options you’ve learned during your computer courses in MS Word remain forever in your brain.

Related: Importance of MS Word in Education

5. Use smart art and create organizational charts and showcase relations: 

Smart Art is one of the favorite options in Microsoft Word. Smart art is used to draw diagrams that are used to showcase the content visually that will be easy to understand and manage. As you see below the smart art image Hierarchy Diagram is used to create an organizational chart or structure of the Telecom company.

This is the best method to understand and teach certain things to students, teachers, parents, and companies. You will see such organizational charts in the company’s office and government head offices.

Use smart art and create organizational charts and showcase relations

Radial Cluster:

I have created this radial cluster diagram and organizational chart using Smart Art in Microsoft Word to showcase the difference between Managed WordPress Hosting and Shared Hosting ” in one of the latest published posts. You can practice and create a similar chart to showcase the relation or useability differences.

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

Structural Chart: 

Shared hosting structure or uses explained through smart art organizational chart in word

I hope that you can see (if not zoom in the browser using (Ctrl+ + ) both WordPress hosting and shared hosting smart images that are created in Microsoft Word.

When you practice MS Word Option to create the above diagram or any other, you get many problems. Those problems were not there while you were learning MS Word. These are the problems such as font size adjustment, lines adjustment, etc. colors, shape adjustment, etc. when you use tools or Word applications to communicate your point of view.

So, when you solve these problems by yourself or with the help of your computer course instructor it will be great for your computer knowledge and MS Office skills. Because when you solve the problem you learn very important working lessons in MS Word. This is why you’re learning.

Related:   Steps to create a simple business plan using templates in Word App

6. Make book content page or index page

This is another idea in which you need to create an index or content page of the book. In this process, you will learn about the first-line indent, hanging indent, and the perfect use of the ruler bar in Microsoft Word.

And also about a page number, and a hyperlink (if it is an eBook). You can discuss this article with your computer teachers, to allow us or provide us with similar things to practice on.

table of content or index page exercise

7. Try to create a similar Header and footer that you’re seeing in the Book

This is the most important option and thousands of students find it difficult to use the header and footer. It’s easier to learn header and footer one time but if you’re not practicing it in various ways or the things such as books header and footer, it’s tough for you to explain it to others.

That’s why I am suggesting you try using the different styles of header and footer. And you will get such an example from the books.

books header and footer sample

8. Insert the Image into the shape

This is a little easy. But you must know easier things more than difficult things. Because in interviews especially related to IT, people ask easier questions than difficult ones.

So, practicing even on small things is also beneficial. You don’t know when it will be helpful for you in the future.

So, insert an image into the shape. Take and draw a shape from the Illustration menu, place it on a page a little higher in size, and then double-click on the shape. Go to the shape fill option and click on the picture. As an example, you can see the following image.

Insert the Image into the shape

Related: – Top 10 powerful uses of Microsoft Word.

9. Practice hyperlinking and creating links between Word document texts to D: /, Play songs from Microsoft Word text, and create links between internal and external files.

This is the most important option in Microsoft Word. Most of the processes on the internet contain links. The hyperlink is the starting point in which you learn how things are connected.

It’s also a great option for Web Designers or web designing teachers to teach “How website links work” by using the hyperlink as an example.

As you can see in the image below, I am displaying the connection between the play song text to the location of the song.

Now you need to select the text in which have written the play song and then insert a hyperlink (Ctrl+K) and in the hyperlink address, put the path of the song. After that press, the Ctrl button and click on the blue link, so now any song that you selected will start playing.

hyperlink from word text to songs folder

Here is my complete article based on the Hyperlink option: – Hyperlink Example within Microsoft Word Document

10. Design a Happy Birthday Message by using Word Art and print it.

I think it’s the easiest thing for you. You can use the Word Art option for this. You can create the best wishes message in MS Word. After that, you can print. And give it to the person. It’s about creating small things at home. This is also a good way to make kids interested in learning the computer.

Also good for students and kids to create fun things and print or give them as a gift to parents. So, they will enjoy your creativity.

Design a Happy Birthday Message by using Word Art and print it.

11. Create a chart and show the product price comparison between years:

The chart option is very important in Microsoft Word and Excel. However, the use of the chart option and any other option in MS Word depends on the demand for a certain content type.

For example, you’re writing a book or making notes about something in which you have to write and explain the price comparison between 3-4 years. Then you can use the chart for visualizations to analyze the data.

In visual format or the chart, it’s easier for people to understand, what you mean. Also, it gets more views or focus than the content.

Create a chart and show the product price comparison between years

So, try to create the chart you’re seeing in the above image.

12. Get the newspaper and see the text-based advertisement and Design

Design and create text or image-based advertisements that you saw in the newspaper. Designing such an advertisement will be a very beneficial role for Microsoft Word students or people learning Advanced Microsoft Word skills. Advertisement designs contain high-quality images, text, and layouts. And these designs are created by experts. When students practice expert material and create similar or better than that.

I think that movement is great for learners and teachers. So, try to create as many as you like. It will make you master MS Word. And I think doing exercises after completing the class topic is the best way to learn MS Word.

 text-based advertisement and Design

13. Take a double-column book or newspaper and design or create a similar paragraph style in the Word document .

Not all often type or create content in a double column. I know computer teachers can teach you such options. But they will not be able to explain the deepest or professional uses of such options for certain reasons.

So, I will suggest that you use the column option and find the newspaper similarly as you see below and create or type the text as you’re seeing in the newspaper. And if you’re having a problem, ask your teachers. So, when your teachers teach you how to do that thing or this thing, it will be great for your knowledge.

14. Create a letterhead or identity card of any company or institution that you have and insert the Watermark with that company name in the document.

Create a letterhead or identity card

You can create an identity card, visiting card or birthday card in MS Word. As you’re seeing below this is an example of cards and letterheads. But you can find such things. And practice your MS Word knowledge in creating an identity card, and letterhead.

This will give you an idea of how to adjust the text in different shapes and areas. Also, this is a good exercise in which you learn after printing, what size you need to adjust on the page. And when you do that, you learn very precious things in MS Word.

In this video tutorial, you will get basic ideas to create a letterhead. You will get ideas to insert letterhead content in the header and footer, you will also learn how you can use watermarks in letterhead, and how to print and adjust content on the page. The video tutorial is in Hindi, but even if you’re not familiar with the Hindi language, you can still learn and watch it for practice ideas:

Step by Step Guide to create printable letterhead in Microsoft Word and Google Docs

15. Decorate a Word document with a page border, and content border, add patterns, and write beautiful text in it.

This is the easiest page layout option, in which you can learn about page borders in MS Word, text borders, color or shading on the page, and pattern.

These options are very beautiful when you’re creating eBooks, making notes, and doing anything that requires the following type of style. See the image below and try to create something similar to this one.

Decorate a Word document with a page border, and content border, add patterns, and write beautiful text in it

16. Insert Images and Practice on Format Menu and Image Options.

You can use image options and style to decorate, retouch, and adjustment of colors and brightness in MS Word. As you can see, I have created various styles and image effects. These are easy to create.

But to learn more advanced effects later in other professional software, you need to learn and practice such things during your basic computer course.

Insert Images and Practice on Format Menu and Image Options

17. Insert a template or download the new template in Microsoft Word from the Internet and edit those templates with your content.

There are 100+ templates almost for anything in the Microsoft Word Template option. The top benefit of using the template is that if you don’t know how to create or design a certain thing then you can just download the template and replace the existing text with your text. And it’s done.

This is the most important option that you should learn because it’s tough when you don’t know how to design or create anything, so try to practice on 10+ templates and see what it will look like.

Insert Images and Practice on Format Menu and Image Options

Related: Uses and features of Microsoft Word.

18. Practice Typography

Write 10 lines or 10 sentences and then change the font, style, color, and size of each sentence. make each one different from than previous and next..

Fonts are the face of the text. The following image displays various fonts and styles. Just create similarly. During the practice, you will learn which font will be better for the specific text. Just write 10 lines and differentiate each one.

Insert Images and Practice on Format Menu and Image Options

19. Create a Tenant management form in Hindi or your native language.

We use computers or technology mainly for two reasons the one is Innovation and the second is problem-solving. There are various ways of solving problems using computers. Some problems are solved immediately or some take time. For example, you can create an accounts management software to manage business incoming, outgoings, cash flow, balance, and taxes.

Similarly, there are software and mobile apps to manage tenants. I have created this form for my office space owner. He wanted a simple solution that they could follow and manage easily. They are not that much familiar with apps and other digital methods. I told them about digital options. But they want something that can be taken care of easily and also send tenants’ details for police verification when needed.

So we created the following form and this is also an example of immediate problem-solving using a computer and Microsoft Word. Now after printing one copy of this, they can photocopy it as per the number of tenants they want to manage.

form to manage tenants

So as beginners, you can try to create a similar form by using the Table feature in Microsoft Word. For the best practice 1st create and decide on columns on rough physical paper and the details that you want. You can create a better form than this and I expect that from you.

And for Hindi or your native language, even if you do not have Hindi font or French or Spanish font on your computer or in Microsoft Word. You can use Google Translate for this, convert the word into Hindi or Spanish, and then copy and paste it into the form table column.

20. Practice to design a brochure for an event

When you try creating this brochure design in Microsoft Word, you’ll learn basic and advanced techniques. This includes using image effects, grouping shapes, adding colorful bullets, and creating textures. These skills are valuable, especially if you plan to work with Word or as a virtual assistant. But even as a Word beginner, practicing these exercises is essential for building your Word skills.

form to manage tenants

Here you can watch a free video tutorial to learn brochure design : Brochure Design Practice in Microsoft Word | Word Exercise for Beginners | Hindi Tutorial

21. Learn and Practice creating business card designs in Microsoft Word

Today, there are plenty of software options available for creating business cards, such as online tools, Adobe InDesign, Corel Draw, Photoshop, Canva, and more. However, making a printable business card may seem straightforward but does involve some technicalities and creative flair.

As a student, it’s beneficial to tackle challenging and intricate design tasks in Microsoft Word, like this business card project. This practice will help you strive for excellence and mastery of Word skills. Consider it your 21st exercise towards becoming a Word expert.

Here you can watch a complete and detailed video tutorial on this: How to Create Modern Business Card Design in MS Word | Step-by-Step Detailed Tutorial

22. Practice to create a professional-looking certificate design

Practicing certificate design and Microsoft Word is essential because it empowers you with valuable digital skills that are increasingly relevant in today’s technology-driven world. By honing your proficiency in Microsoft Word, you not only gain the ability to create professional certificates but also enhance your competence in document formatting, layout design, and image manipulation. These skills have broad applications across various personal and professional tasks, making you more adaptable and capable in a digital environment.

Furthermore, practicing certificate design offers you a practical avenue for skill development while producing tangible outcomes. It allows you to create certificates for courses, achievements, or even for your own business, helping you develop an eye for aesthetics, attention to detail, and the ability to produce polished documents. Overall, this practice not only enhances your digital competence but also provides you with a versatile skill set that can significantly benefit your personal and professional growth.

By creating and practicing below certificate design below, you will be able to explore various design options to create a professional-looking certificate. This is just a sample but along with this design, you can take it’s design to the next level.

create a professional-looking certificate design

If you want to learn how you can do it please follow this step tutorial: How to create a professional-looking certificate design in Word | Step-by-Step Tutorial in Hindi

I think if you practice Microsoft Word by working on these exercises then it will be enough to make you above average among all the students around the world doing basic computer courses or learning Microsoft Word.

Because after learning Microsoft Word, you have to work with professionals or in companies. And almost all official works are related directly and indirectly to the above exercises.

So, this is the best method to learn Microsoft Word by doing exercises. And this is about practical knowledge.

I hope these Microsoft Word Exercises ideas will be helpful for you. To learn more visit:   Top 10 Basic and Advanced Microsoft Word skills

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good practical please send more practical in winword. Thanks

These are good Practical exercises. Please send list of practicals of MS Word in Vocational IT NSQF level-1 subject code-402 class IX

please send a book which covers exercises like this

Great content! Thanks for putting this out there!

This is very nice

I have recently joined a Private Computer classes at the age of 53. Can you guide me through WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT & INTERNET

Is it possible for you send step by step Assignments for all the above 4 courses, so that I can evaluate whether I am learning properly or not ?

Hi, That’s a very good concern as a student “whether I am learning properly or not” I think 80% students ignore this. I will contact you by email. Age is not a problem. I expect you have strong reason or specific task or goals to learn all these three + internet in this age. Yes, I can evaluate through giving you assignment and testing it.

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Here is a video demonstrating the skills in this practice. Please note it does not exactly match the instructions: 

Complete the following Practice Activity and submit your completed project.

For our first assignment in Word, we will create a flyer to be printed or posted online. The flyer will advertise a volunteer opportunity for Health Sciences students at Paradise Valley Community College. Key skills in this practice are inserting text and pictures, textboxes, formatting text and footers.

  • Start Word. Click Blank Document .
  • Show formatting marks by navigating to the Home Tab, Paragraph Group, and selecting the Show/Hide icon. This is a Toggle Button . This means it has two modes, on and off.  To turn it on, click it once, to turn it off, click it again.
  • Show the ruler by navigating to the View tab, Show Group, and selecting the Ruler Check Box . A Check Box is a type of input control . A checkboxes value is only included in the submitted data if the checkbox is currently checked. In other words, when the box is checked, the value is included.
  • Navigate to the File Tab to enter Backstage View. In backstage view, select File, then Save As.  Click the Browse button. In the Save As dialog box , navigate to your file structure from the previous chapter, then open the Word folder. In the Name field, type Yourlastname_Yourfirstname_Word_Practice_1 as the file name, and then save.
  • Type Volunteer Opportunity Available and press Enter twice.
  • Type the following text: This fall, Paradise Valley Community College is offering a unique volunteer opportunity for Health Sciences students . Press spacebar.
  • Navigate to the Insert Tab, Text group, and choose the Object arrow. Then choose text from file. In the Insert File dialog box, browse to the location where you saved the files from Canvas. Select the file Text_Word_Practice1. Click OK. The text will automatically update your document.
  • Select all of the text in the document. On the Home Tab, Font Group, ensure the Font is Calibri and font size is 12.
  • Select the title, Volunteer Opportunity Available, including the paragraph mark. On the Home Tab, Font Group, select the arrow next to Text Effects and Topography . In the third row, third column, a pply the Fill: Blue, Accent color 5; Outline: White, Background color 1; Hard Shadow: Blue, color 5 text effect.
  • With the title still selected, change the font size to 36.
  • On the Home Tab, Paragraph Group, choose Center to align the title centered on the page.
  • On the Home Tab, Font Group, change the font color to Blue, Accent 1 for the title.
  • With the title still selected, on the Home Tab, in the Font Group, choose the arrow next to the Text Effect and Typography icon. Apply a Shadow and under Inner, click Inside: Right text effect.
  • Position the insertion point at the beginning of the paragraph that begins with This Fall.
  • On the Insert tab, Illustrations group, choose Pictures . Navigate to your saved files from Canvas  and choose the HSPicture_Word_Practice1 image.
  • Be sure the picture is selected, and apply the Square text wrapping  option.
  • Using the sizing handle at the lower right hand corner of the picture, drag up and to the left until the bottom of the graphic is aligned at approximately 3.5 inches on the vertical ruler.
  • Click Undo to return the picture to its original size. The Undo icon is located in the quick access toolbar in the upper left hand corner.
  • On the Picture Tools, Format tab, in the size group, change the shape width to 4”.
  • On the Quick Access Toolbar , click the Save icon.  Then, compare your document to the image below.

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

  • Ensure the picture is still selected. Display the Layout dialog box by selecting the Layout Options  shortcut menu, then choose see more. In the Layout dialog box for the picture, make sure the Position tab is selected.
  • Set the horizontal alignment to Left, relative to Margin.
  • Set the vertical alignment to Top, relative to Line. Select OK to close the dialog box.
  • With the picture selected, apply the Soft Edges 10 Point picture effect. This is on the Picture Tools Format Tab, Picture Styles group, under Picture Effects, Soft Edges.
  • With the picture selected, on the Picture Tools, Format tab, in the Adjust Group choose the Artistic Effects arrow. Apply the Pastels Smooth artistic effect. Dese lect the picture .
  • On the Design Tab, in the Page Background Group, select Page Borders. Add a page border selecting the:
  • Shadow setting
  • Triple Lines style
  • Blue, Accent 1 color
  • Whole document
  • Position the insertion pointer at the blank paragraph below the title and press Enter six times.
  • On the Insert Tab, in the Illustrations group, choose Shapes . Insert a Rounded Corners Rectangle shape at the left margin at approximately 1.5 inches on the top ruler. Click once to insert a 1-inch by 1-inch Rounded Rectangle, or use the drag and drop feature.
  • On the Drawing Tools, Format Tab in the Size group, Change the shape height to approximat ely 1.8 and the shape width to 6.4.
  • Select the Rectangle shape and type the following text: For more information, please contact Grace Smith at 602-787-6714. Or, email [email protected]
  • Italicize the text, change the font to Calibri and increase the font size to 16. Deselect the text.
  • Select the same text as above and explore the mini-toolbar , by clicking the Font Color button arrow and under Theme Colors, click on Blue, Accent 5, Darker 50%.
  • With the shape still selected, go to the Drawing Tools, Format Toolbar, the Shape Styles  Group. Select the arrow next to Shape Outline and under Theme Colors, click on Blue, Accent 5, Darker 50%. Change the weight to 3pt.

Compare your document to the image below.

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  • Using the keyboard shortcut CTRL+END , navigate to the end of your document. If your keyboard does not have these keys, click to put your insertion point after the period on opportunity. Hit enter 3 times.
  • Your insertion point should be approximately at the 8” mark on the side ruler. On the Insert tab, in the text group,  click the arrow next to the textbox and draw a text box at approximately the 1”mark on the vertical ruler.  Draw a text box by dragging down to create a text box that is approximately 1.5 inches high by 4.5 inches wide. Type the following in the text box: Volunteering is an excellent way to gain service hours. Service hours are required for entry into some Health sciences programs, and looks great on your resume. Dedicating your time as a volunteer helps you make new friends, expand your network, and boost your social skills.
  • Select and Drag the textbox, by clicking and holding on the outer edge,  until the horizontal green alignment guide  displays above the first blank paragraph mark and the vertical green alignment guide displays in the center of the page. To be more precise:
  • In the Layout dialog box on the Position Tab for the text box set the horizontal alignment to Centered, relative to Margin.
  • Set the Vertical alignment by typing .25 in the Absolute position box and selecting Below Paragraph .
  • On the Size tab, type 1.5 in the Absolute Height box and 4.5 in the Absolute Width box. Then, click OK.
  • With the textbox still selected, on the Drawing Tools, Format Tab, in the Shape Styles group Apply the Colored Outline – Blue, Accent 1 shape style.
  • Under Shape Effects , apply the Offset Center outer shadow shape effect to the text box.
  • Select the text in the text box, change the font size to 13 italics, and center the text.
  • Save the document. Compare your document to the image below.

ms word 2010 assignments for practice

  • On the Insert tab, in the Header & Footer Group, choose Edit Footer. On the Header & Footer Design Toolbar, in the Insert Group, choose Document Info.  Use Document Info to insert the file name in the footer. Select the File Name Field . The File Name should display in the lower left hand footer of the document.  Do not type it in, rather use the Document Info Field.
  • In Backstage view, click on Show All Properties, and type the following:
  • In the Tags box: trainee, flyer, internship
  • In the Subject box: Your course name and section number
  • In the Author box: Your first and last name
  • Turn off formatting marks. As a reminder, formatting marks are on the Home Tab, Paragraph Group.
  • Take a moment to compare your document to the image below and make any modification based on what you have learned.
  • Using Find and Replace, (Home tab | Editing | Replace), change all instances of pvcc and Paradise Valley to spscc or South Puget Sound.

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  • Zoom in to view the document in a larger size. Zoom is located in the lower right hand corner of the Word window.
  • Save again, and ensure you have your file saved in a safe location. Take note of that location because you will need to find your file to upload it for grading.
  • Submit the file for grading per your instructor’s instructions.

A starting point for creating a new document in Microsoft Word

Characters that display on the screen but do not print, indicating where the Enter key, the Spacebar, and Tab key were pressed, also called non printing characters

A button that can be turned on and off by clicking it once to turn on, and clicking again to turn it off

A small box which can be clicked to indicate a check is turned on or off to indicate an on or off response

Allows the user specify the drive, directory, and name of a file to save their file

Decorative formats, such as shadowed or colors that make text stand out

Images or graphics that are stored locally on a computer or flash drive and can be uploaded to a document to add visual interest

The manner in which text displays around an object

Located above the Ribbon (top-left) and provides access to commonly used features and commands, such as Save and Undo/Redo, and is customizable

Picture formatting options that control the manner in which text wraps around a picture or other object

Formats applied to images that make pictures resemble sketches or paintings

A decorative border that appears outside the margins on each page and can be solid, dashed, or an artistic style

Lines, arrows, starts, banners, ovals, rectangles, and other basic shapes with which you can illustrate an idea, a process or a workflow

Appears whenever you right-click text in Word, Excel or PowerPoint and provides a quick-access version of the Font group on the Home tab, plus a few extra buttons from other groups

Allows you to apply preset colors and effects to quickly change the appearance of your shape

Allows you to change the outline color, weight (thickness), and style of a the outline surrounding a shape

One or more keys used to perform a menu function or other common functions

A moveable, resizable container for text or graphics

A green vertical or horizontal line that displays when you are moving or sizing an object to assist with proper placement

A grouping of coordinating effects that can be applied to a shape including shadows, glows, reflections, soft edges, bevels, and three-dimensional (3-D) rotations

Placeholders that store and display data, and can perform simple tasks like returning the page number or current date and time

Any word, phrase, or number string related to the file that may help you locate the file later

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Lesson 21: working with tables.

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Introduction

Lesson 21

A table is a grid of cells arranged in rows and columns . Tables can be customized and are useful for various tasks such as presenting text information and numerical data. In this lesson, you will learn how to convert text to a table , apply table styles , format tables , and create blank tables .

Inserting and modifying tables

In Word, tables are useful for organizing and presenting data. You can create a blank table, convert text to a table, and apply a variety of styles and formats to existing tables.

Optional: You can download this example for extra practice.

To insert a blank table:

  • Place your insertion point in the document where you want the table to appear.
  • Select the Insert tab.
  • Click the Table command.

Inserting a new table

  • Click your mouse, and the table appears in the document.
  • You can now place the insertion point anywhere in the table to add text.

To convert existing text to a table:

  • Select the text you want to convert.

Converting text to a table

To add a row above an existing row:

Placing the insertion point

  • Right-click the mouse. A menu appears.

You can also add rows below the insertion point. Follow the same steps, but select Insert Rows Below from the menu.

To add a column:

  • Place the insertion point in a column adjacent to the location where you want the new column to appear.

Adding a column

To delete a row or column:

  • Select the row or column.
  • Right-click your mouse. A menu will appear.

Selecting Delete Cells

To apply a table style:

  • Click anywhere on the table. The Design tab will appear on the Ribbon.
  • Select the Design tab and locate the Table Styles .

Viewing the Table Styles

  • Hover the mouse over the various styles to see a live preview.

After adding a Table Style

To change table style options:

Once you've chosen a table style, you can turn various options on or off to change the appearance of the table. There are six options: Header Row , Total Row , Banded Rows , First Column , Last Column , and Banded Columns .

  • Click anywhere on the table. The Design tab will appear.

Table Style Options

Depending on which table style you're using, certain table style options may have a somewhat different effect. You may need to experiment to get the exact look you want.

To add borders to a table:

Highlighted cells

  • Click the Borders drop-down arrow.

Selecting a border type

Modifying a table using the Layout tab

When you select a table in Word 2010, Design and Layout tabs appear under Table Tools on the Ribbon. Using commands on the Layout tab, you can make a variety of modifications to the table.

Click the buttons in the interactive below to learn about the different ways you can modify a table with the Layout tab.

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Change Text Direction

Making the text vertical can add style to your table and saves space , allowing you to fit more columns in your table.

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Align Cell Text

By changing the alignment of a cell, you can control exactly where the text is located. In the example below, the cell text is aligned to the bottom-right .

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Distribute Rows/Columns

To keep your table looking neat and organized, you may want to distribute the rows or columns equally , which makes them all the same size. You can distribute the rows or columns for the entire table or just a portion of it.

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Change Cell Size

You can type a desired row height or column width for your cells. If you prefer, you can click AutoFit , and it will automatically adjust column widths based on the text inside them.

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Merge and Split Cells

Some tables require a layout that doesn't conform to the standard grid. In these cases, you may need to merge or split cells.

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Add Rows and Columns

You can insert or delete rows and columns in your table. This can be especially useful if you need to add something to the middle of your table.

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  • Open an existing Word document . If you want, you can use this example .
  • Convert some text into a table. If you are using the example, convert the text below By Client .
  • Apply a table style , and experiment with the table style options . If you are using the example, see if you can make the table match the By Salesperson table above it.
  • Delete a row from the table.
  • Insert a blank table with five rows and four columns.
  • Add borders to the blank table.

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Unit 2 Learning Outcomes:

  • Learn different methods of navigating through a text document
  • Introduce text editing, inserting and deleting text, and methods for selecting portions of a text
  • Discuss numerous text tools that are available to assist users when working with documents
  • Explore various forms of character and paragraph formatting, as well as different methods for changing the appearance of text in a document
  • Learn how to create a variety of lists using tab spaces, columns, etc.
  • Discover how to create and arrange information in a table, as well as how to modify table appearance

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20 Microsoft Word Activities for Middle School Students

July 8, 2022 //  by  Kaitlyn Punzalan

Microsoft Word is an effective tool in the classroom. The platform can assist in student learning, organizing, and the development of 21st-century skills. These skills develop critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity. Microsoft Word helps develop and cultivate these skills in a variety of ways.

Students can use Microsoft Word to explore new content or deepen their understanding of the topic. It can also help students take notes or organize their learning throughout the school year.

Use the lessons, activities, and other ideas listed here to help enhance your students' learning using Microsoft Word.

1. My Life As a Movie

A great beginning of the year lesson is to have students create an autobiography in Microsoft Word. This project gets creative by asking students to create a DVD cover inside of a booklet to share about their life with their peers.

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2. Name Acrostic

Another great beginning of the year project is an acrostic poem. Students type their name's vertically, then write adjectives that would describe them horizontally. Students can use bold, italics, colors, and shadows to express their personalities. This is a fun and easy activity to have students complete on the first day of school as you can display them throughout the year!

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3. Annotate Digital Texts

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Annotating the text, or highlighting and taking notes in the margin, is a literacy skill middle school students should develop. Students can annotate a text digitally in Microsoft Word using the highlight and comment feature. Students can highlight the text using a variety of colors and make digital comments on each of these highlights. This is an extremely valuable tool as it allows students to annotate a variety of texts, not just print!

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4. Peer-Review and Writing Feedback

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Microsoft Word is a great tool for peer review. Students can collaborate on their writing with their classmates by sharing the document and then using the track changes feature. This allows one student to provide feedback and changes to another student’s writing while allowing the original owner of the writing to keep the original document and see the writing suggestions.

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5. Resume Writing

Students can practice writing a resume in Microsoft Word. Since Word offers a variety of basic functions, tools, and templates, students can choose a template that would best represent a future career of their choice. This activity provides students with real-world practice and develops an essential skill they will need in the future.

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6. Formal Letter Writing

Another amazing writing skill to practice with students is teaching how to write a formal letter. This lost form of communication is still incredibly important for students to learn. Students can learn how to properly format a letter to include the heading, address, body, and signature. Teachers can easily use the templates provided in Microsoft Word to help students learn the proper writing structure for formal letters.

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7. Write a Newspaper

Microsoft Word also has accessible templates to teach students how to write a newspaper article. Students can practice their expository writing skills by creating a newspaper article. This is a great assignment that teaches students real-world writing skills and is fun! Writing prompts could include both fiction and non-fiction and can be embedded in a variety of units.

8. Mini-Book Project

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This project takes the idea of a traditional book report to a new level! Students use Word to create a mini-book using colorful templates and tables. This assignment asks students to demonstrate their comprehension of a novel while allowing the students to practice their technology skills as well!

9. Create Flashcards

Microsoft Word offers students a ton of amazing critical learning tools to help study and organize their learning. Students can create flashcards using Microsoft Word to help them study. These flashcards can be saved in OneDrive and students can access them at all times.

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10. Digital Planner

Another great way to use Microsoft Word to help students organize is by creating a digital planner. Word offers a variety of planner templates to help students keep track of assignments, homework, and other important dates.

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11. Online Notebook

Microsoft OneNote allows students access to a variety of features to create a digital notebook. Students can take notes, add photos, and include audio and video recordings in their notebooks. This is a great resource for students who attend online school. Teachers can also create OneNote notebooks for their students to allow them to all have the same note-taking experience or basic school report.

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12. Make a Family Tree

Students can create a genogram in Microsoft Word to learn more about their families. This project allows students to discover more about their ancestors through the formation of a family tree.

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13. Create a Word Cloud

Word clouds can be a great way to allow students to demonstrate their overall understanding or summary of a topic. Microsoft Word allows users to create a word cloud using one of the add-on features.

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14. Create Digital Art

Microsoft Word allows students to practice their writing skills , but it also has a variety of features for creative expression. Students can create digital art using the drawing tools such as shapes, fill, shading, and other features in Word.

15. Create a Book Cover

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This project is another fun deviation away from the traditional book report. Students can use Word to create a book cover connected to the theme of the novel. Using the borders, images, fonts, and colors students can demonstrate their comprehension of a book in a new way!

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16. Invent an Animal

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Students can get creative and invent their own animals. Students can draw the animal using the shapes and images in Microsoft Word. After drawing their own animal, students can use text to describe their animal and make connections to other cross-curricular areas.

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17. Plan a Vacation

Students can research and budget their own faux vacation. This lesson idea teaches students real-life skills such as organizing and money planning. Students then compile their research in Microsoft Word and create a travel brochure.

18. Progress Monitor Student Work

While Microsoft Word offers a variety of ways to expand student learning, it also has many tools to help teachers. One way teachers can use Microsoft Word is to progress monitor student learning. Using the "activity" feature, teachers can view student progress including the date and time of each activity completed.

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19. Create Handouts

Teachers are always doing their best to individualize the learning for all their students. Microsoft Word is a great way to create handouts that best meet their students' needs no matter the lesson plan.

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20. Transfer Work Documents to iPad

Many students, teachers, and parents use Apple products, but that does not limit their ability to use Microsoft Word. Documents can be transferred to pages allowing for unlimited access to the resources for any school project.

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Microsoft Word 2010 Practice Test

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MS 2010 Word Basics Test

Times New Roman, Comic Sans and Calibri are called_______.

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What would you do to highlight a word?  You position the cursor next to the word and then _____.

Drag the mouse while holding the left mouse button

Roll mouse around

Click the mouse three times

Another name for the cursor is the ____.

Insertion point

What happens in a document when the "cut" command is used?

Only half the screen is seen.

The application stops running.

Selected text or graphics are removed.

Which one is not a tab in Microsoft Word 2010?

Which one of the following is not in the drop-down menu when you click the file tab in microsoft word 2010, what tab do you go to for the spelling and grammar check, which tab would you choose to change the font size of a word from 12 points to 18 points.

Page Layout

  To save a document for the first time you would choose _________, - ProProfs

  To save a document for the first time you would choose _________,

Neither A nor B

You would use this key to change the color of your word from black to red.   - ProProfs

You would use this key to change the color of your word from black to red. 

  You would use this key to make a numbered list, such as a grocery list. - ProProfs

  You would use this key to make a numbered list, such as a grocery list.

  You would use this key to italicize a word. - ProProfs

  You would use this key to italicize a word.

 To remove a portion of the text, you would use this key. - ProProfs

 To remove a portion of the text, you would use this key.

  To take a picture from the internet and put it in your document for a school report, you would choose this key. - ProProfs

  To take a picture from the internet and put it in your document for a school report, you would choose this key.

Which tab in microsoft word 2010 would you select to insert a shape in to a document, if you want to add a table or a radial diagram to your document, which tab would you choose.

  What is the function of this key?  - ProProfs

  What is the function of this key? 

  What is the function of this key? - ProProfs

  What is the function of this key?

Right Align

The name of this document is ______________. - ProProfs

The name of this document is ______________.

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To remove a portion of text from a document, you can ___________.

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Microsoft Word Tests

As the vast majority of businesses nowadays are computer-based, it’s important for employees to be proficient at word processing. Some employers use Microsoft Word tests as part of their recruitment process, to evaluate a candidate’s knowledge of editing and formatting texts and documents.

What is a Microsoft Word test?

A Microsoft Word test is an assessment designed to test your proficiency with using the programme. The test focuses on a range of commonly used functions within Microsoft Word, including document editing, table and graphic creation, formatting and file management. These tests can be either interactive tasks or multiple-choice questions.

The interactive tests examine your practical skills with Microsoft Word. During the test, you will be given various tasks to complete, for which you will need to use a combination of different elements of the program.

The multiple-choice test is designed to test your theoretical knowledge of Word, rather than your practical ability. This test may be more challenging to complete, as it requires you to have in-depth knowledge of the functions and layout of Microsoft Word.

The questions will be designed to test the specific skills needed for the job you have applied for.

Why do employers use them?

Employers choose to use Microsoft Word tests as part of their recruitment process to ensure that candidates have sufficient word-processing expertise for the role.

Candidates often exaggerate their abilities in their applications, which means that CVs and cover letters are not always the best way to understand a candidate’s skills. By using a Microsoft Word test, the employer can get an accurate insight into your aptitude with the program.

Using these tests can also save the employer’s time. Often a single job role may receive hundreds of applicants. By using these tests as part of their pre-interview screening, it helps the employer make their decision on who to shortlist more quickly.

Depending on the requirements of the role that you have applied for, the employer may also ask you to take another test as well, such as Microsoft Excel test or a clerical aptitude test .

Key Microsoft Word skills that are most in demand

As Microsoft Word is such a varied program, there are many different skills to master. The most common skills can be categorised into these three main categories:

Creating and Editing Text

As Microsoft Word is a word-processing program, formatting the text of your document is one of the most crucial skills.

The basics of formatting begins with learning how to make your text bold, or italicise it, change the font size and change the alignment of the text. Although you can do this all with the toolbar, it is a good idea to learn the keyboard shortcuts, since this will save you time.

For more advanced roles, you will need to learn how to alter the line space, create columns and to create numerical lists.

Creating and Editing Tables

Tables are a commonly used feature of Word. If you are writing a report or organising customer data, it is likely that you will use tables. Once you have learned how to create a table, practice changing the cell shading, or the proportions of the columns.

Document Formatting

It is important to learn these overarching formatting techniques, such as referencing, headers & footers, and page numbering. These can elevate the document and make the information easier to read.

How best to prepare for a Microsoft Word test

The best way to prepare is through practice tests. Even if you are an expert in using Microsoft Word, it is really important to familiarise yourself with the types of questions that you will be asked during the test.

Learn from your mistakes

Practice questions are a great way for you to identify any potential gaps in your knowledge. After taking a practice test, go over your answers and pinpoint anything that you may have got wrong. By doing this, you can then tailor your revision plan to focus areas in which you are weaker.

Time yourself

As some tests are timed, you should add timed tests to your practice as well. This will help you to answer the questions more quickly and make you familiar with the pace that you need to work at during the test.

Timing yourself will help you identify the types of questions that you are slower to complete, so you can overcome this in the actual test.

Unpack the questions

Some of the questions may be designed to catch you out. As such, take your time to read each question carefully. You may find it useful to underline the keywords in each question, so it is clear what it is asking you to do.

For some more detailed advice on test preparation, read our guide on how to prepare for error checking tests .

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Typical Microsoft Word test formats

Depending on the role that you have applied for, your test will be at either Basic, Intermediate or Advanced level.

Basic level

If you are taking a basic test, you will be tested on the more simple aspects of Microsoft Word.

You may be asked to complete tasks such as changing the language, inserting headers and footers, and applying bullet points to a list.

Basic Practice Question:

You highlight some plain text and then click the button highlighted below:

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What will the result be?

  • The text looks like this

Solution: The text looks like this

Intermediate level

At intermediate level, you will need to know Word in greater detail. You could be asked about tracking changes in the document, saving documents into PDF format or using the Find and Replace function.

The formatting level is more complicated and you could be asked to change the page colour or the borders, or how to create SmartArt graphics.

Intermediate Practice Question:

What function would create the highlighted cells?

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  • Insert new cell
  • Insert new column left
  • Split cells
  • Merge Cells

Solution: Merge Cells

Advanced Level

For the advanced level questions, you need to have mastered a lot more skills, including different saving options, working with bookmarks and converting footnotes to endnotes. At advanced level, you will be tested on more expert levels of formatting the document which could involve applying themes or using indentation.

Advanced Practice Question

What is the difference between a footnote and an endnote?

  • A footnote is at the end of the document and an endnote is at the end of each page
  • A footnote is at the end of the page and an endnote is at the top of each page
  • A footnote is at the end of each page and an endnote is at the end of the document
  • They are the same thing

Solution: A footnote is at the end of each page and an endnote is at the end of each document (3).

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Microsoft Word Tests FAQs

How do you practice for a word test.

The best way is to find some online practice tests. There are many sites that offer both the multiple-choice tests and the simulations, which will help you prepare for the real test.

Is a Microsoft Word test hard?

The test will be either Basic, Intermediate or Advanced level; if you have applied for a role well within your reach, then the test should be the appropriate level for you. Some candidates find the interactive questions easier than theoretical questions, as they have access to the program whilst answering the questions.

What are the main functions of Microsoft Word?

The main functions are to create a variety of different text documents, such as letters or articles. Although the focus is on word-processing, the program is also excellent for creating tables or visual graphics.

How are Microsoft Word tests scored?

The pass mark for the Microsoft Word test is 700. Microsoft uses scaled scores, so this means that the percentage of correct answers to pass the exam could range from 50% to 85%.

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Microsoft Word Tests Tips

1 take the time to prepare properly.

Make sure you give yourself sufficient time to properly get ready for the test. You will need to have time to complete a few practice tests and to familiarise yourself properly with Word, so start your preparations in good time.

2 Familiarise yourself with the role

As the tests are designed to test the skills that you would be using in your new job role, it is a good idea to make sure you know exactly what the role will entail. By doing this, you will be prepared for the types of questions that you may be asked.

3 Minimise stress levels

Before taking the test, make sure you have had some time to relax. By starting the test feeling calm, you are less likely to be overwhelmed by it. If you are taking the test at home, ensure you have a calm, quiet place where you will not be disturbed.

4 Master the shortcuts

Learn as many keyboard shortcuts before you take the test. Not only will this speed up your time in completing the interactive questions, but you may be asked what these are as part of the theoretical questions.

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Step by step Microsoft Word 2010 book, and here is a link to the practice files. You basically start from those by following several steps in the book and you get a result. I have been trying to find the completed exercices if they were done by anyone.

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You will have to contact Oreilly publishing support to find out if they still have the answer files. .

I went to that link, opened the "Index" file. I did not see mention of answer files. I suspect the answers are in the book.

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9 Microsoft Word Tips to Edit Your College Assignment Faster

Struggling to edit your college assignments efficiently? Here are some useful Microsoft Word tips to accelerate your editing process and save time.

Assignments at the college and university levels are research-heavy, and you’re often expected to produce write-ups with a significant number of pages. Just when you think you’re done with producing the required word count, the next step is equally challenging and time-consuming: editing.

From keyboard shortcuts to simple, built-in features such as Find and Replace and the automatic table of contents, here are several tips you can use to edit and format your college assignment more efficiently in Microsoft Word.

1. Leave Paragraph Spacing as Your Last Step

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Let’s first start on the right track. When you have a 3,000-word essay or report ahead, it’s tempting to set double-spacing when you only write a few sentences or a paragraph at most. It gives the comforting illusion that you have done more work than you actually have.

But to be more efficient at the final editing stage, it’s best to leave paragraph spacing as your last step. This way, you save time because you don’t have to scroll up and down much more than you need to while navigating through different sections and pages of your text.

2. Learn to Utilize Keyboard Shortcut Keys

Keyboard shortcuts make editing and formatting much faster compared to using a mouse. For example, when you use your mouse to select some words, you’ll probably miss a letter or two and have to re-highlight, or overshoot and include a period when you don’t need to.

In this case, you can select text accurately by using Ctrl + Shift , and the left and right arrow keys in Windows. There are many more Microsoft Word keyboard shortcuts that will enable you to get most editing done on the keyboard, without having to switch to your mouse or trackpad. Don’t underestimate the amount of time you save with this method!

3. Hide the Headers and Footers

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When you’re reading through a continuous body of text, the blank headers and footers may feel disruptive. To have a smoother reading and editing experience, hide the headers and footers to join all the pages together.

Hover your cursor over the gray space between your current page and the next, then double-click. When you need to use the headers and footers in Microsoft Word again, unhide them by hovering your cursor over the page separator line and double-click.

4. Collapse the Headings and Subheadings

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For long report-style assignments, you’ll likely split your content into headings and subheadings. As you move from one section to the next, or jump between sections to rewrite and edit, make it easier to scroll through your text by collapsing the headings.

Hover over the heading title, then click the triangle icon that appears next to it to hide the content. If you want to hide all headings at once, right-click on any heading, and select Expand/Collapse > Collapse All Headings .

5. Automatically Sort References by Alphabetical Order

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The works cited list is an essential section in any higher education assignment and is usually sorted by alphabetical order. You’ve likely added references to the list as you cite them in your essay, but when it comes to sorting at the end, it’s unfeasible and time-consuming to sort them manually. You can simply sort them automatically in Microsoft Word.

Select all your references and go to the Home tab. Under the Paragraph section, click the Sort icon (A and Z, with a downward arrow). In the Sort by field, choose Paragraphs . In the Type field, select Text . Then, select Ascending and click OK . The list will now be sorted by alphabetical order.

However, you might notice a couple of outliers. For example, when some references start with symbols instead of a letter, they will all likely be pushed to the very top. These are the few ones you’ll then need to manually reinsert into your list correctly.

6. Use Find and Replace to Avoid Spelling Mistakes

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Whether they’re textbooks or journal articles, every student has probably encountered authors with surnames that are a little tricky to spell. Typing the name over and over for each in-text citation is prone to human error. To avoid misspellings, you can use Find and Replace.

First, use a unique abbreviation as a placeholder when you write your assignment. I recommend including a number in this abbreviation. This is because if your abbreviation only consists of letters, there’s a chance that this short combination of letters may have appeared elsewhere, as a part of a word, in your essay.

Once you’re done with the body content, it’s time to replace the abbreviation with the actual surname. In the Home tab, click Replace in the Editing tab. In the Find what field, type your abbreviation. In the Replace with field, type the actual author's name. Then, click Replace All . All your abbreviations will now be replaced with the correct author surname.

7. Insert Your Picture Into an Invisible Table

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If you haven’t quite got the hang of formatting pictures in Microsoft Word, here’s a simple alternative that helps guarantee your image won’t cause your text to break up at weird places: insert your picture into an invisible table.

Go to the part of the text where you want your picture to appear. Press Enter to go to a new paragraph. Head to the Insert tab, click Table , and select one box to create a 1x1 table. With the cursor inside your table, click Pictures > Insert Picture > This Device to upload your picture into the document.

You can resize your picture within the table. Once you’re satisfied, highlight the table, go to the Table Design tab, click Borders > No Border . The black table border will then disappear. Your picture now appears to be perfectly fitted between two paragraphs of text.

8. Have an Overview of Multiple Page at Once

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When you’re almost done editing, it’s best to scroll through all the pages to make sure there are no odd blank pages, separate sections, or incorrect image displays. But if you have more than 20 pages worth of content, scrolling through that much content quickly is just dizzying.

Instead, go to the View tab. In the Zoom section, click Multiple Pages . This zooms out your Microsoft Word document , so you can view two or three pages at once. You can also click the Zoom slider at the bottom right to zoom out even more and view more pages at once.

9. Automatically Create a Table of Contents

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One of the final assignment components is the table of contents. If you’ve been manually keying in each heading, typing a line of periods that end with the heading’s corresponding page number, and double-checking the said page number yourself, it’s time to let Microsoft Word handle the task.

First, make sure you have applied the correct style to your headings. You can check this by clicking on each heading and see which style is selected in the Home tab. Then, number the pages of your Microsoft Word document .

Finally, go to the blank page where you want to insert your Table of Contents. Head to the References tab, click on Table of Contents , and select one of the Automatic Tables . Microsoft Word instantly generates a table of contents for you.

Improve Your Editing Process in Microsoft Word

By applying the above tips, you can revise your assignment more quickly and effectively without burdening yourself with eye fatigue. Cut down on the excessive scrolling and other manual tasks that can be done automatically by Microsoft Word.

Plus, saving time on editing means you have even more time to proofread and review your essays thoroughly, enabling you to produce higher-quality essays and reports.

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Microsoft Word is by far the most popular word processing software in use today, and as such, many leading organizations require a high level of proficiency from any candidate applying for a spot. An MS Word assessment can be a challenge even for experienced users, and may include questions regarding functions that you are not familiar with or might have forgotten how to use. 

This is why preparing for your test is the best thing that you can do to improve your chances of passing the test and landing the job. On this page we will answer different types of MS Word practical questions to help you get your prep going, and provide you with the info you need to prepare in the best way you can. 

Preparing with our MS Word PrepPack gives you full access to specialized Microsoft Word training software, where you can prepare for every difficulty level with accurate MS Word test questions and answers.

As a bonus, you will also receive extensive practice resources for all the essential Microsoft Office programs - including Excel , Outlook, PowerPoint , and more. Start practicing today and become a Microsoft Office Ace. 

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MS Word Practical Exam

The Microsoft Word practical exam is used to measure your proficiency with MS Word and its many functions. The test format and difficulty depend on the position you are applying for, however most exams will aim to cover basic, intermediate, and advanced Word skills. 

For example, basic Microsoft Word practical questions might as you to perform small alterations to the page layout such as landscape orientation, justify alignment, create Word art, or change the font type. Advanced questions on the other hand could ask you to perform more uncommon and complicated tasks, such as creating a Word document that updates automatically based on the data found in a separate Excel sheet. 

*The Microsoft Word PrepPack supports older versions of the software too - including Microsoft Word 2016. 

Microsoft Word Practice Software

JobTestPrep's Microsoft Word PrepPack gives you access to the Gmetrix platform, which is specialized software that allows you to answer your tests directly in a MS Word document - giving you an authentic practice experience. While using this software, you will be able to toggle between two modes:

  • Practice Mode - here you can practice with no time limit, and with the option of revealing the answer.
  • Testing Mode - here you can experience the real pressure of a timed test, and if you don't know the answer, the software won't tell you. 

Through accurate and diverse Microsoft Word practice questions and in-depth answers and score reports which all combine in the specialized Gmetrix Word software, you will finish your preparation with more Microsoft Word skills and knowledge than ever before. 

Let's answer a few MS Word practical questions to understand exactly what you can expect on the actual test. The answers to the questions appear on this PDF - however to get a good understanding of your current level, we recommend trying to answer the questions one time on your own first. 

To answer the Microsoft Word practical questions on this page, you must first copy and paste the text in the box 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).

Once you've done this, implement the instructions in the questions below in the new Word document.

MS Word Practice Questions - Basic

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

MS Word Practice Questions - Advanced

1. Add a 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. Add 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

Done answering the questions? Click here to see how you did on our Microsoft Word practical test questions and answers PDF, and keep scrolling for more questions. 

MS Word exams measure much more than just the basic skills that the average user has, and will challenge you with tasks that may have never encountered before. 

JobTestPrep's accurate PrepPack gives you access to hundreds of MS Word practical questions with full answers, a specialized practice platform and smart score reports - making sure your Microsoft Word skills reach at their maximum.

 MS Word Practical Questions - Multiple Choice

1. Which of the following methods can't you use to zoom in?

Performing the actions specified in options (A), (B) and (D) will allow Zooming in on the document. The shortcut Ctrl+Shift+z, as specified in option (C), does not.

2. I want to create a second copy of an opened document under a different name. What should I do?

Copying and pasting the text (option A) is a very inefficient way of completing the task. Ctrl+s (choice C) will save the document in its original name. Reopening the file (Choice D) will open it in Read-Only mode. Choice B is the only correct answer.

3. The following ribbon is the:

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(C) Is the correct answer. In the Review tab you will find features related to auditing and checking the document such as: Spelling & Grammar check, tracking changes, inserting comments etc.

4. What does a wavy blue underline under a word mean? 

A blue wavy underline signifies a grammar issue such as using the wrong pronoun or failure to capitalize when it is required. Word cannot tell when a word is out of context and underlines in red “wavy” line misspelled words or a words appearing twice in succession.

5. The Thesaurus feature:

The thesaurus is a very useful tool to freshen up the vocabulary you use!

Prepare For Your Microsoft Word Exam

From straightforward tasks such as adding a page number, changing the font color or adding smart art to more complicated ones like building interactive organization charts - there is a lot to know about Microsoft Word. In a Microsoft Word assessment, you can be sure that the questions will touch subjects that you don't usually handle in your regular daily life. 

To be sure you arrive at the actual test with your Microsoft Word skills on point, preparation is key.  

With the Microsoft Word PrepPack you will gain access to specialized software on which you can practice with hundreds of Microsoft Word test questions and answers. The software allows you to practice in different modes and different levels. With each Microsoft Word practice test you answer, your abilities will grow giving you an edge over the other candidates. 

As a bonus, you will also have access to Microsoft Office software prep, including Excel , PowerPoint & Outlook practice tests. 

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