Paralegal Essentials – Key to Quiz (Word Processing)

Here are the answers to yesterday’s quiz.

1.  Text that appears at the bottom of each page in a document is called a footnote.   False.  FOOTER

2.  Word-processing software is one of the most used programs by paralegals.  True.

3.  The “merge” function is sometimes called document generation or document assembly.  True.

4.  Microsoft Office 2010 is an example of hardware.  False.  Software.

5.  Hanging indent is a function used to make text indented an equal distance from the left and right margin.  False.  DOUBLE INDENT

6.  WordPerfect Currently enjoys a majority of the legal, word-processing market.  Alas, this is false.  Microsoft Word, but don’t let anyone tell you that WordPerfect is dead.  Most of the attorney in smaller firms that I know, still only use WordPerfect.

7.  Bookmark is a feature that records the keystrokes of a user, allows him to save those keystrokes, and then allows him to play those keystrokes back.  False.  MACRO

8.  Tab and indent are identical functions in word processing. False.  Tab pushes in the line by some set number of spaces (usually 5), but it does not hold the margin there.  Indent does the same thing but holds a margin there until the return (enter) key is hit.

9.  Changing margins, centering text and adding emphasis to text are examples of  formatting. True.

10.  A title or heading that appears at the top of each page of a document is called a headnote. False.  HEADER

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