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  • 1. Intermediate 1 Computing Studies Revision Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 1
  • 2. Revision TipsPAST PAPERS ARE THE NUMBER ONE WAY TOPREPARE FOR EXAMS.You should be working through Intermediate 1 ComputingStudies past papers now and every day until the exam.Spend time every day revising. Revising a little every day is thebest way to remember.Work alone or with a partner and answer the questions in thispresentation.Note down the slide number of for any question you got wrong.Repeat those slides until you can answer confidently. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 2
  • 3. Bart has purchased a laptopto use for his school work.He wants to use the wordprocessing program, EasyHome Office 2007.What “pointing device” couldhe use with Easy HomeOffice on his laptop? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 3
  • 4. Bart has purchased a laptopto use for his school work.He wants to use the wordprocessing program, EasyHome Office 2007.What “pointing device” couldhe use with Easy HomeOffice on his laptop? A touchpad Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 4
  • 5. How much memory doesEasy Home Office require? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 5
  • 6. How much memory doesEasy Home Office require?1 GB (must have units of GB or the answer is wrong. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 6
  • 7. How much backing storagedoes Bart need on hiscomputer to install EasyHome Office? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 7
  • 8. How much backing storagedoes Bart need on hiscomputer to install EasyHome Office?1.5 GB (must have units or answer is wrong) Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 8
  • 9. Bart’s computer has a CDdrive and not a DVD drive.Explain why Bart mightprefer to have a DVD driveto use as backing storageinstead of a CD. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 9
  • 10. Bart’s computer has a CDdrive and not a DVD drive.Explain why Bart mightprefer to have a DVD driveto use as backing storageinstead of a CD.More data can be saved to a DVD Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 10
  • 11. Match up the backing storage with their most commoncurrent storage capacities:(a) CD 1) 16 GB(b) DVD 2) 1 TB(c) Floppy disk 3) 1.44 MB(d) USB Flash drive 4) 4.7 GB(e) Hard disk drive 5) 700 MB 6) 16 MB Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 11
  • 12. Match up the backing storage with their most commoncurrent storage capacities:(a) CD 5) 700 MB(b) DVD 4) 4.7 GB(c) Floppy disk 3) 1.44 MB(d) USB Flash drive 1) 16 GB(e) Hard disk drive 2) 1 TB 6) 16 MB Remember: You should know all of these types of backing storage and their typical storage capacities. You may not always be given a question with answers to choose from. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 12
  • 13. A games company storesinformation in a database.Part of the database is shown here.What term is used to describe theinformation shown here:Select one: Application, record,sort, file Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 13
  • 14. A games company storesinformation in a database.Part of the database is shown here.What term is used to describe theinformation shown here:Select one: Application, record,sort, file Record Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 14
  • 15. State the type of data thatwould be used for each ofthese fields:(a) Game Title(b) Price(c) Online players Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 15
  • 16. State the type of data thatwould be used for each ofthese fields:(a) Game Title(b) Price(c) Online players(a) Text(b) Currency(c) Number Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 16
  • 17. Describe how a customerwould search the informationsystem to look up whichZBOX 360 games can havemore than 8 players playingonline. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 17
  • 18. Describe how a customerwould search the informationsystem to look up whichZBOX 360 games can havemore than 8 players playingonline.Search Format field for ZBOX 360 AND Online Players field for >8 Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 18
  • 19. A stable keeps details of their horses and owners in adatabase as shown below.What is an advantage of using an electronic database? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 19
  • 20. A stable keeps details of their horses and owners in adatabase as shown below.What is an advantage of using an electronic database? Easy to sort Can search Can easily add new records Easy to edit Can make backups Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 20
  • 21. An example of a field in this database that uses the datafield type number is the HorseID field.State a field that would use these types:(a) Currency(b) Date Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 21
  • 22. An example of a field in this database that uses the datafield type number is the HorseID field.State a field that would use these types:(a) Currency(b) Date(a) Daily Fee(b) Arrival Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 22
  • 23. A new horse joins the stable.What must be done to the database? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 23
  • 24. A new horse joins the stable.What must be done to the database?Add a record Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 24
  • 25. The stable decides to store whether the horse is male orfemale.What must be done to the database? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 25
  • 26. The stable decides to store whether the horse is male orfemale.What must be done to the database?Add a new field. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 26
  • 27. State the number of records shown in the databasebelow: Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 27
  • 28. State the number of records shown in the databasebelow:7 Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 28
  • 29. State the number of fields shown in the database below: Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 29
  • 30. State the number of fields shown in the database below:5 Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 30
  • 31. If the database were sorted ascending on the fieldLength (secs) what is the Title of the track that wouldappear first in the sorted list?I Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 31
  • 32. If the database were sorted ascending on the fieldLength (secs) what is the Title of the track that wouldappear first in the sorted list?“Unhand Me” Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 32
  • 33. What is the Title of the track that would appear first inthe list if the database were sorted on Type ascendingand Artist/Group ascending ? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 33
  • 34. What is the Title of the track that would appear first inthe list if the database were sorted on Type ascendingand Artist/Group ascending ?“Sleep Now” Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 34
  • 35. Drumkindle Village DRUMKINDLE VILLAGEpromotes its Christmas Drumkindle is having a Christmas Fair.craft sale by handing out Join us on 12 December at the Village Hall where weflyers of their craft fair as will be selling handcrafted items, offering morning coffee and the DrumKindle Fiddlers will be playing.shown here. We will also have a pipe band competition. Here’s a sample of some of the items for sale. •Hand knitsState the type of •Homemade jams and cakes •Hand-crafted Christmas cardsjustification used for(a) The title(b) The body text Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 35
  • 36. Drumkindle Village DRUMKINDLE VILLAGEpromotes its Christmas Drumkindle is having a Christmas Fair.craft sale by handing out Join us on 12 December at the Village Hall where weflyers of their craft fair as will be selling handcrafted items, offering morning coffee and the DrumKindle Fiddlers will be playing.shown here. We will also have a pipe band competition. Here’s a sample of some of the items for sale. •Hand knitsState the type of •Homemade jams and cakes •Hand-crafted Christmas cardsjustification used for(a) The title(b) The body text (a) Centre justified (b) Fully justified (Don’t just say “justified”.) Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 36
  • 37. When the flyer was VILLAGE FAIRspellchecked, the word Drumkindle is having a Christmas Fair.“Drumkindle” was Join us on 12 December at the Village Hall where wehighlighted, even will be selling handcrafted items, offering morning coffee and the DrumKindle Fiddlers will be playing.though it was correctly We will also have a pipe band competition.spelled. Here’s a sample of some of the items for sale. •Hand knits •Homemade jams and cakes •Hand-crafted Christmas cardsExplain why this mighthappen. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 37
  • 38. When the flyer was VILLAGE FAIRspellchecked, the word Drumkindle is having a Christmas Fair.“Drumkindle” was Join us on 12 December at the Village Hall where wehighlighted, even will be selling handcrafted items, offering morning coffee and the DrumKindle Fiddlers will be playing.though it was correctly We will also have a pipe band competition.spelled. Here’s a sample of some of the items for sale. •Hand knits •Homemade jams and cakes •Hand-crafted Christmas cardsExplain why this mighthappen. The word is not in the computer’s dictionary. (Your answer MUST use the word “dictionary” to get a mark. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 38
  • 39. State the name of the VILLAGE FAIRfeature that was used Drumkindle is having a Christmas Fair.to make the list of Join us on 12 December at the Village Hall where wesample items for sale will be selling handcrafted items, offering morning coffee and the DrumKindle Fiddlers will be playing.stand out. We will also have a pipe band competition. Here’s a sample of some of the items for sale. •Hand knits •Homemade jams and cakes •Hand-crafted Christmas cards Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 39
  • 40. State the name of the VILLAGE FAIRfeature that was used Drumkindle is having a Christmas Fair.to make the list of Join us on 12 December at the Village Hall where wesample items for sale will be selling handcrafted items, offering morning coffee and the DrumKindle Fiddlers will be playing.stand out. We will also have a pipe band competition. Here’s a sample of some of the items for sale. •Hand knits •Homemade jams and cakes •Hand-crafted Christmas cards Bullet points (You must say “bullets” or you get 0 marks.) Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 40
  • 41. Tim is using a word processingprogram to type up an articlefor the school newspaper.He needs it to fit on one page,but it is too long. Withoutchanging the size of the text orthe font, how could Tim makethe text fit onto one page? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 41
  • 42. Tim is using a word processingprogram to type up an articlefor the school newspaper.He needs it to fit on one page,but it is too long. Withoutchanging the size of the text orthe font, how could Tim makethe text fit onto one page? Reduce the size of the margins Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 42
  • 43. Tim has typed the word “sea”several times throughout hisarticle but needs to change“sea” to “ocean” throughout thearticle.State the operation that willallow Tim to make the changein a single operation Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 43
  • 44. Tim has typed the word “sea”several times throughout hisarticle but needs to change“sea” to “ocean” throughout thearticle.State the operation that willallow Tim to make the changein a single operation Search and replace Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 44
  • 45. Hattie is creating a poster for aschool project on the history of thebicycle.She finds this old poster at acharity shop and wants to use thepicture on her poster.State the name of the input devicethat she would use to capture theimage on her computer. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 45
  • 46. Hattie is creating a poster for aschool project on the history of thebicycle.She finds this old poster at acharity shop and wants to use thepicture on her poster.State the name of the input devicethat she would use to capture theimage on her computer. Scanner Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 46
  • 47. A scanner can also be used to enter text into a computer instead ofretyping it.Which of the following is used to enter the text with the scanner?(a) Optimum Char Realisation (OCR)(b) Optical Computer Recognition (OCR)(c) Optical Character Recognition (OCR)(d) None of these Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 47
  • 48. A scanner can also be used to enter text into a computer instead ofretyping it.Which of the following is used to enter the text with the scanner?(a) Optimum Char Realisation (OCR)(b) Optical Computer Recognition (OCR)(c) Optical Character Recognition (OCR)(d) None of these(c) Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 48
  • 49. Hattie has created the poster as Bicycles have been with usshown to the right. for a long time!The photo in the poster is smallerthan the original. State the correctname of the feature that Hattie The Pennyfarthing is shownused to make the photo smaller. here Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 49
  • 50. Hattie has created the poster as Bicycles have been with usshown to the right. for a long time!The photo in the poster is smallerthan the original. State the correctname of the feature that Hattie The Pennyfarthing is shownused to make the photo smaller. here Scale Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 50
  • 51. Hattie has used a desk-top Bicycles have been with uspublishing program to create the for a long time!poster.State an advantage of using adesk top publishing programrather than a word processing The Pennyfarthing is shownprogram to create the poster. here Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 51
  • 52. Hattie has used a desk-top Bicycles have been with uspublishing program to create the for a long time!poster.State an advantage of using adesk top publishing programrather than a word processing The Pennyfarthing is shownprogram to create the poster. here A DTP package is better for… positioning objects on a page, wrapping text around images creating separate columns of text (1 mark for any advantage of a DTP over a WP) Answer MUST be specific to DTP and not refer to features in WP also! Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 52
  • 53. The desk-top publishing (DTP) Bicycles have been with usprogram that Hattie used to create for a long time!the poster came with an onlinetutorial and online help.Hattie had never used the desk- The Pennyfarthing is showntop publishing program before. hereExplain why Hattie would prefer touse the online tutorial to learnabout the DTP program. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 53
  • 54. The desk-top publishing (DTP) Bicycles have been with usprogram that Hattie used to create for a long time!the poster came with an onlinetutorial and online help.Hattie had never used the desk- The Pennyfarthing is showntop publishing program before. hereExplain why Hattie would prefer touse the online tutorial to learnabout the DTP program. The online tutorial will teach Hattie how to use the whole package. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 54
  • 55. Samantha is typing a report to the school charitycommittee. Her keyboard stops working and shedoesn’t have time to find another keyboard. Stateanother item of hardware that she could use to enter thetext. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 55
  • 56. Samantha is typing a report to the school charitycommittee. Her keyboard stops working and shedoesn’t have time to find another keyboard. Stateanother input device that she could use to enter thetext. Microphone Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 56
  • 57. In addition to a microphone, state an item of hardwarethat you would need to capture music for use in apresentation. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 57
  • 58. In addition to a microphone, state an item of hardwarethat you would need to capture music for use in apresentation. Sound card Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 58
  • 59. State the name ofthe feature thatwas used to makethe words flowaround the leaf inthe sample here. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 59
  • 60. State the name ofthe feature thatwas used to makethe words flowaround the leaf inthe sample here. Text wrap Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 60
  • 61. Bob is using a wordprocessing program tocreate a newsletterusing columns.What has been changedin the second picture tomake the columns oftext move? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 61
  • 62. Bob is using a wordprocessing program tocreate a newsletterusing columns.What has been changedin the second picture tomake the columns oftext move? Tab settings Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 62
  • 63. State the type of page orientation shown in theexamples below: A B Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 63
  • 64. State the type of page orientation shown in theexamples below: A B(a) = Landscape(b) = Portrait Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 64
  • 65. State the type of software that would have been used tocreate this slideshow. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 65
  • 66. State the type of software that would have been used tocreate this slideshow. Presentation Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 66
  • 67. All of the slides in this slideshow have a similar layoutas shown in the sample below. State the name of thefeature that was used to give these slides a similarlayout and design. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 67
  • 68. All of the slides in this slideshow have a similar layoutas shown in the sample below. State the name of thefeature that was used to give these slides a similarlayout and design. Template Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 68
  • 69. Explain why you might want to use a template for a slidepresentation or website. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 69
  • 70. Explain why you might want to use a template for a slidepresentation or website. It saves time. It is a ready-may layout which makes it quicker to create a website or presentation. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 70
  • 71. The slides in this slideshow just appear. It would bemore interesting if each slide were to fade in instead ofjust appearing.State the name of the feature that would make theslides fade in. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 71
  • 72. The slides in this slideshow just appear. It would bemore interesting if each slide were to fade in instead ofjust appearing.State the name of the feature that would make theslides fade in. A transition Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 72
  • 73. Explain why a transition would be used in apresentation. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 73
  • 74. Explain why a transition would be used in apresentation. To make the presentation seem more interesting. To make the change between slides seem less sudden. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 74
  • 75. State an output device that could be used to show thispresentation to a room full of pupils. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 75
  • 76. State an output device that could be used to show thispresentation to a room full of pupils. Digital projector (You answer must say “digital projector” not just “projector”.) Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 76
  • 77. A multimedia website includes sound, graphics, movies and text.Here are some of the files used in the creation of the website:pipes.jpghome.wavindex.mpgpage1.rtfWhich of these is a graphics file? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 77
  • 78. A multimedia website includes sound, graphics, movies and text.Here are some of the files used in the creation of the website:pipes.jpghome.wavindex.mpgpage1.rtfWhich of these is a graphics file? pipes.jpg Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 78
  • 79. Here is the a copy ofthe eBay website inDecember 2011.When someoneclicks on the menubutton markedELECTRONICS theyare taken to anotherpage. What feature isthis an example of? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 79
  • 80. Here is the a copy ofthe eBay website inDecember 2011.When someoneclicks on the menubutton markedELECTRONICS theyare taken to anotherpage. What feature isthis an example of?  Hyperlink Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 80
  • 81. Some of the photos on the eBay website have beencompressed.Explain what is meant by compression. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 81
  • 82. Some of the photos on the eBay website have beencompressed.Explain what is meant by compression. Compression is used to reduce the size of files. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 82
  • 83. Sandy is using a laptop without a mouse.State an input device that he could use to select an areaof the photograph to crop it as shown. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 83
  • 84. Sandy is using a laptop without a mouse.State an input device that he could use to select an areaof the photograph to crop it as shown. A touchpad Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 84
  • 85. Graphics can have several operations performed on them to change them. These operations are: Flip Rotate Scale CropThe following slides will ask you to identify changes that have been made to one graphic to produce a second graphic. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 85
  • 86. Sandy is creating a multimedia presentation for a dogshome charity. State the change that he has made to thefirst photograph to get the second. How was the first photo changed? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 86
  • 87. Sandy is creating a multimedia presentation for a dogshome charity. State the change that he has made to thefirst photograph to get the second. How was the first photo changed? Crop Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 87
  • 88. Bob has changed the image shown below to look likethe second image. Which graphic operations havebeen performed on the first image to obtain the secondimage? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 88
  • 89. Bob has changed the image shown below to look likethe second image. Which graphic operations havebeen performed on the first image to obtain the secondimage? Flip and scale Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 89
  • 90. The Gordon Café is creating a new menu and areediting photos to use. How has the first photo beenchanged to get the second? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 90
  • 91. The Gordon Café is creating a new menu and areediting photos to use. How has the first photo beenchanged to get the second? Zoom or scale Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 91
  • 92. What operation has been performed on the first imageto get the second? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 92
  • 93. What operation has been performed on the first imageto get the second? Scale and rotate Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 93
  • 94. What operation has been performed on the first imageto get the second?Season’s Greetings Season’s Greetings Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 94
  • 95. What operation has been performed on the first imageto get the second?Season’s Greetings Season’s Greetings Santa has been moved to the back or text has been moved to the front Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 95
  • 96. What operation has been performed on the first imageto get the second? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 96
  • 97. What operation has been performed on the first imageto get the second? Scale and rotate Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 97
  • 98. Graphics can be created by using a variety of tools,such as:EllipseRectangleFillFreehand.Which tool was used to draw the image shown here? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 98
  • 99. Graphics can be created by using a variety of tools,such as:EllipseRectangleFillFreehand.Which tool was used to draw the image shown here? Freehand Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 99
  • 100. Sam is creating a logo using two identical shapes asshown.What graphics operation is used to create anidentical copy of an object? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 100
  • 101. Sam is creating a logo using two identical shapes asshown. What graphics operation is used to create anidentical copy of an object? Duplicate (“Copy and paste” is not acceptable. You must say “duplicate”) Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 101
  • 102. Bob has drawn the following logo:He wants to move the image on the page, but when he clicks on it,only the heart shape moves. What graphics operation wouldensure that the image would move as one object? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 102
  • 103. Bob has drawn the following logo:He wants to move the image on the page, but when he clicks on it,only the heart shape moves. What graphics operation wouldensure that the image would move as one object? Group the objects Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 103
  • 104. The file highland.JPG is a graphic file. What type of fileis each of the following:(a) race.mpg(b) egypt.rtf(c) car.wav Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 104
  • 105. The file highland.JPG is a graphic file. What type of fileis each of the following:(a) race.mpg(b) egypt.rtf(c) car.wav(a) Movie(b) Text(c) Sound Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 105
  • 106. Graphics can be edited by using two types of software:VectorBitmapState type of graphics package that was used for thefollowing icons: Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 106
  • 107. Graphics can be edited by using two types of software:VectorBitmapState type of graphics package that was used for thefollowing icons: Vector Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 107
  • 108. A shoe shop uses asoftware package tocalculate shoe sales. TheTotal Cost is calculated bymultiplying the Price andthe Number Sold.State a suitable formulafor cell F7. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 108
  • 109. A shoe shop uses asoftware package tocalculate shoe sales. TheTotal Cost is calculated bymultiplying the Price andthe Number Sold.State a suitable formulafor cell F7.=D7*E7Note: You will be expected to write formulae to add, subtract, multiply (as shown here) and divide (=B7/D4). Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 109
  • 110. Bob has created a slideshow that uses many graphics.He needs to email the slideshow to a friend. Withoutchanging the slideshow, what can he do to reduce thefile size so that he can email the slideshow? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 110
  • 111. Bob has created a slideshow that uses many graphics.He needs to email the slideshow to a friend. Withoutchanging the slideshow, what can he do to reduce thefile size so that he can email the slideshow? Compress the file Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 111
  • 112. A school stores details about cafeteria sales in aspreadsheet. State the type of application that wasused. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 112
  • 113. A school stores details about cafeteria sales in aspreadsheet. State the type of application that wasused. Spreadsheet Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 113
  • 114. Data in a spreadsheet can be a formula, text or anumber. What is the cell reference of a cell thatcontains:(a) Text?(b) A formula ?(c) A number? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 114
  • 115. Data in a spreadsheet can be a formula, text or anumber. What is the cell reference of a cell thatcontains:(a) Text?(b) A formula(c) A number Your answer must show the cell reference only.(a) B1(b) F5(c) E5Remember that a value = a number that is not produced by a formula Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 115
  • 116. The formula in F5 totals all of the food sold on Monday.What formula would appear in cell F5? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 116
  • 117. The formula in F5 totals all of the food sold on Monday.What formula would appear in cell F5? You could write down two possible answers:= Sum(B5:E5) OR =B5+C5+D5+E5 Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 117
  • 118. A formula appears in cell F5. A similar formula appearsin cells F6 –F9. Explain how a similar formula wasentered into cells F6-F9 without retyping. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 118
  • 119. A formula appears in cell F5. A similar formula appearsin cells F6 –F9. Explain how a similar formula wasentered into cells F6-F9 without retyping. Use drag down or “replicate” Highlight cell F5 Drag down the box in cell F5 to fill in the rest of columnNOTE: Copy and paste is not an acceptable answer Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 119
  • 120. State the name of the function that would be used tototal up all of the sales in cell F10. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 120
  • 121. State the name of the function that would be used tototal up all of the sales in cell F10. SUM Do not write out a formula. Sum is the name of the function. SUM is all you should write down as your answer. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 121
  • 122. State the name of the function that would be used tofind the day in the TOTALS column that had the(a) highest totals(b) the lowest totals Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 122
  • 123. State the name of the function that would be used tofind the day in the TOTALS column that had the(a) highest totals(b) the lowest totalsFor this question you must ONLY name the function. You are not asked to give the formula. So, the answers are:(a) MAX(b) MIN Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 123
  • 124. Explain how cells in a spreadsheet can be formatted toappear as money with a £ sign. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 124
  • 125. Explain how cells in a spreadsheet can be formatted toappear as money with a £ sign. Format as currency. (You must say “currency” NOT “money”.) Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 125
  • 126. The Teen Enterprise Clubsells chocolates for theirschool project. They use theapplication shown here tocalculate how much profitthey make from each box.Profit is the differencebetween the “Selling Price”and the “Total Cost”. Whatformula has been entered incell C16? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 126
  • 127. The Teen Enterprise Clubsells chocolates for theirschool project. They use theapplication shown here tocalculate how much profitthey make from each box.Profit is the differencebetween the “Selling Price”and the “Total Cost”. Whatformula has been entered incell C16?=C14-C12 Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 127
  • 128. Explain the steps thatwould be taken to sortthe data so that themost expensiveingredients appear atthe top of the list. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 128
  • 129. Explain the steps thatwould be taken to sortthe data so that themost expensiveingredients appear atthe top of the list.Highlight cells A4 to C11 and sort in ascending order on column C Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 129
  • 130. This slide has images of computers.Describe how I could find these orsimilar graphics and add them to thispresentation. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 130
  • 131. This slide has images of computers. Describe how I could find these or similar graphics and add them to this presentation. Obtain file from eg.searching from Internet, search CD, search clip art (1 mark) Copy/Insert file into side (1 mark) Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 131
  • 132. Hattie’s keyboard is broken, but she needs to finishtyping a report for school.Explain how she could enter text without using akeyboard. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 132
  • 133. Hattie’s keyboard is broken, but she needs to finishtyping a report for school.Describe how she could enter text without using akeyboard.Any one: Use an on-screen keyboard Could use OCR to scan in handwritten text Could use voice recognition with a microphone Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 133
  • 134. Hattie has bought a new desk-top publishing package.The software comes with an online tutorial and onlinehelp.Explain the difference between online help and onlinetutorial. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 134
  • 135. Hattie has bought a new desk-top publishing package.The software comes with an online tutorial and onlinehelp.Explain the difference between online help and onlinetutorial. Online help is a feature of the software that helps you solve specific problems. Online tutorial is a feature of the software that teaches you lessons on how to use the whole package. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 135
  • 136. Bob has not used a spreadsheet before and wants tolearn about how to use the software. He could useonline help or online tutorial.Which would be the most suitable for him to use: onlinehelp or online tutorial? Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 136
  • 137. Bob has not used a spreadsheet before and wants tolearn about how to use the software. He could useonline help or online tutorial.Which would be the most suitable for him to use: onlinehelp or online tutorial? Online tutorial(This is because he wants to learn about the whole program, not just solve a specific problem) Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 137
  • 138. Organise the following storage capacities into thecorrect order starting with the smallest first:ByteKilobyteBitMegabyteTerabyteGigabyte Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 138
  • 139. Organise the following storage capacities into thecorrect order starting with the smallest first:ByteKilobyteBitMegabyteTerabyteGigabyteBitByteKilobyteMegabyteGigabyteTerabyte Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 139
  • 140. Davene has family photographs that are 4 GB in size.She would like to send these to her family in the USA.Which backing storage medium would be the suitable?A) Hard disk driveB) CDC) DVDD) Floppy disk drive Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 140
  • 141. Davene has family photographs that are 4 GB in size.She would like to send these to her family in the USA.Which backing storage medium would be the suitable?A) Hard disk driveB) CDC) DVDD) Floppy disk driveC) DVD (This is because a DVD will hold a minimum of 4GB. A CD only holds around 700 MB so is not suitable. A floppy disk only holds around 1.44 MB and so doesn’t hold enough. A hard disk drive is not portable and therefore not suitable for posting. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 141
  • 142. Computers include graphics and sound cards. What isthe purpose of a sound card? Choose the BESTanswer.(a) To output sound to speakers(b) To input sound from a microphone(c) To input sound from a microcphone and outputsound to speakers(d) To output sound to a microphone Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 142
  • 143. Computers include graphics and sound cards. What isthe purpose of a sound card? Choose the BESTanswer.(a) To output sound to speakers(b) To input sound from a microphone(c) To input sound from a microcphone and outputsound to speakers(d) To output sound to a microphonec) To input sound from a microcphone and output sound to speakers Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 143
  • 144. Make sure that you retry any slides with questions that you got wrong. Remember that the most effective way to revise is to work through SQA past papers.Well done for completing this revision. Adapted or extracted from SQA past papers 144

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