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Which of the following is the CORRECT way to return to the first slide while delivering a presentation in MS-PowerPoint 2010?
(i) Press + keys
(ii) Press key
(iii) Click left and right button of mouse simultaneously for few seconds
A Only (i)
B Only (ii)
C Only (iii)
D Both (ii) and (iii)
You have inserted a bulleted list in a document and you want to change the size of bullet in the list. How can you do this in MS-Word 2010?
A Select the bullet and then choose desired size from Font Size box.
B Select the bullet and press key
C Select the bullet and click on option
D All of these
Which of the following statements holds true about the given icon with respect to MS-Word 2010?
Statement 1 : It allows you to insert images in your document.
Statement 2 : Clicking on it opens the Clip Art task pane.
A Only Statement 1
B Only Statement 2
C Both Statement 1 and Statement 2
D Neither Statement 1 nor Statement 2
If you are not able to see a large drawing in the drawing area then you can enable ______ option present under ______ tab of MS-Paint to view the entire picture at once.
You have installed a new high resolution game into your system but it is not working fine. Your elder brother checked the system and told you that the graphics card needs to be replaced in order to run the game properly. On which of the following hardware the old graphics card will be replaced with new one?
Deepti has created a presentation and enabled a view which allowed her to see all the slides of a presentation on one screen but in this view she was only able to see small thumbnails of slides and could not edit the content of slides. Which of the following views might have been selected by her in MS-PowerPoint 2010?
Select the INCORRECT match.
|A||- Scans a set of lines and converts it into an alphanumeric value.|
|B||- Character printer that prints one character at a time.|
|C||- Used in high secured area to track unusual activities.|
|D||- Converts poorly drawn sketched lines, arcs and other graphical objects into mathematically precise objects.|