1. Which of the following methods can not be used to enter data in a cell
a. Pressing an arrow key
b. Pressing the Tab key
c. Pressing the Esc key
d. Clicking on the formula bar
2. Which of the following will not cut information?
a. Pressing Ctrl + C
b. Selecting Edit>Cut from the menu
c. Clicking the Cut button on the standard
d. Pressing Ctrl+X
3. Which of the following is not a way to complete a cell entry?
a. Pressing enter
b. Pressing any arrow key on the keyboard
c. Clicking the Enter button on the Formula bar
d. Pressing spacebar
4. You can activate a cell by
a. Pressing the Tab key
b. Clicking the cell
c. Pressing an arrow key
d. All of the above
5. Text formulas:
a. Replace cell references
b. Return ASCII values of characters
c. Concatenate and manipulate text
d. Show formula error value
6. How do you insert a row?
a. Right-click the row heading where you want to insert the new row and select Insert from the shortcut menu
b. Select the row heading where you want to insert the new row and select Edit >Row from the menu
c. Select the row heading where you want to insert the new row and click the Insert Row button on the standard toolbar
d. All of the above
7. Which of the following is not a basic step in creating a worksheet?
a. Save workbook
b. Modifiy the worksheet
c. Enter text and data
d. Copy the worksheet
8. How do you select an entire column?
a. Select Edit > Select > Column from the menu
b. Click the column heading letter
c. Hold down the shift key as you click anywhere in the column.
d. Hold down the Ctrl key as you click anywhere in the column
9. How can you print three copies of a workbook?
a. Select File>Properties form the menu and type 3 in the Copies to print text box.
b. Select File >Print from the menu and type 3 in the Number of copies text box.
c. Click the Print button on the standard toolbar to print the document then take it to Kinko’s and have 2 more copies made
d. Press Ctrl+P+3
10. To create a formula, you first:
a. Select the cell you want to place the formula into
b. Type the equals sign (=) to tell Excel that you’re about to enter a formula
c. Enter the formula using any input values and the appropriate mathematical operators that make up your formula
d. Choose the new command from the file menu