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1. Name ___________________________________________________ Date _________________ Class _____________ Chapter 2: Worksheet 2A Review Microsoft Word Skills Directions Fill in the answers below. 1. How do you display the Drawing toolbar on your screen? 2. What button can you use to “nudge” an object when moving it using the arrow keys? 3. What should you do to combine simple objects so they can be moved or resized together? 4. What keyboard buttons can you use to select more than one item? 5. When would a piece of clip art have square black handles instead of circular white handles? 6. What two methods can you use to position text so it is sideways? Copyright © by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 7. Why use a style sheet to format a newsletter? 8. How does the Show/Hide button on the Standard toolbar help you format a document? 9. Look at the diagram. How would you bring the circle between the triangle and the rectangle? Teacher Resource Manual — Introduction to Desktop Publishing with Digital Graphics
Name ___________________________________________________ Date _________________ Class _____________ Chapter 2: Worksheet 2B Identify Microsoft Word Drawing Tools Directions Match each button labeled in the Drawing toolbar below to its name. A B C D E F G H 1. Line Style 2. Text Box 3. Fill Color 4. Shadow Style 5. Line 6. Insert Clip Art 7. Line Color 8. Insert WordArt Directions Use the illustration above to help you fill in the answers below. 9. The button lets you remove lines or change their color. Copyright © by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 10. You can find the Group command by using the button. 11. To place text anywhere on the page, you would use the button. 12. The button has a menu that lets use choose different callouts. 13. You can color a shape with the button. 14. Create perfect squares by pressing the Shift key and using the button. 15. To draw a triangle shape, you would first click the button. 16. If you wanted to place an image behind text, you would use the button. 17. To insert a picture from a file, use the button. 18. The button is used to create dashed borders. Teacher Resource Manual — Introduction to Desktop Publishing With Digital Graphics