MS-Office Interview Questions & Answers

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MS-Office Interview Questions & Answers

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MS-Office Interview Questions

MS-Office Interview Questions
    1. Question 1. How Can I Change Settings, Turn Features Off Or On, And Alter The Way Word Behaves?

      Answer :

      Most of these settings are on the Tools menu. The Options command will display a screen that contains several tabs where you can make all sorts of changes that affect Word's behavior.

      The Customize command allows you to change Word's menus and toolbars. The View menu has some options for changing the appearance of the Word screen.

    2. Question 2. How Do I Get Word To Stop Helping Me Type?

      Answer :

      There are several places to look to turn off Word's various automatic features:

      1. Choose AutoCorrect (or AutoCorrect Options) from the Tools menu, then click on the AutoCorrect tab.
      2. Clear the check boxes for the AutoCorrect items that you want to disable.
      3. Do the same for the AutoFormat As You Type tab.
      4. On the AutoText tab, clear the Show AutoComplete tip check box.
      5. Choose Options from the Tools menu, then click on the tabs and clear any check boxes for features that you want to disable. 

      For example:

        • Edit tab (Tabs and backspace set left indent).
        • Spelling & Grammar tab (Check spelling as you type and Check grammar as you type). When these features are on, spelling and grammar that Word does not recognize are underlined with wavy red and green lines.

    3. Question 3. How Do I Tell The Office Assistant To Go Away?

      Answer :

      1. Click on the Office Assistant, then click on Options.
      2. Clear the Use Office Assistant check box.

      You can also customize the behavior of the Office Assistant by checking or clearing the checkboxes on the Options tab. If you want to learn how to customize the Office Assistant, but it's not currently visible, choose Show the Office Assistant from the Help menu.

    4. Question 4. How Do I Turn Off The Automatic Urls In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      1. Choose AutoCorrect (or AutoCorrect Options) from the Tools menu.
      2. Click on the AutoFormat As You Type tab.
      3. Under Replace As You Type, clear the Internet and network paths with hyperlink check box.

      If you didn't turn off AutoCorrect before you started typing and now you have a document full of hyperlinks that you don't want, you can turn them off, either one at a time, or all at once. To turn a link off, right-click on the link, select Hyperlink from the pop-up menu, and then select Remove Hyperlink. To remove all links from the document, choose Select All from the Edit menu or press Ctrl+A, and then press Ctrl+6 to remove all hyperlinks.

    5. Question 5. The Toolbars And The Menus In My Old Version Of Word Looked Different. What Happened?

      Answer :

      The Standard and Formatting toolbars can share one row in later versions of Word, or they can be displayed on two rows, as in the older versions. Also, the menus can show a basic set of commands, with the recently used commands shown first, or you can show all commands.

      1. Choose Customize from the Tools menu.
      2. Click on the Options tab.
      3. Use the check boxes to make your selections.

    6. Question 6. What Are Word Xp/2003 Task Panes?

      Answer :

      The Word XP/2003 task panes appear on the right side of the screen, along with the document you are working on. The options on the task pane may change, depending on commands you have chosen. For example, some Word 2000 commands that displayed in dialog boxes now display in a task pane. If you don't want to use the task pane, you can hide it by clicking the X in the upper-right corner of the task pane. To turn it back on, select Task Pane from the View menu

    7. Question 7. What Is Going On With The Document Windows When I Have More Than One File Open?

      Answer :

      New documents open in a separate window (in previous versions of Word, a new document took over the Word window). You can switch from one document to another by choosing a document from the list on the Window menu or by clicking the document's button on the Windows Taskbar. To view all open Word documents at the same time, choose Arrange All from the Window menu. You can also switch documents (or applications) by pressing Alt+Tab. To see more rows of buttons on the Windows Taskbar: Position the pointer on the inside edge of the Taskbar (the pointer becomes a two-headed arrow when it is in the correct position), then click and drag its border toward the center of the screen.

      There are some other options on the Shortcut tab. You can specify the folder Word points to when it starts (this setting can also be changed another way . You can program a shortcut key sequence (click in the Shortcut key box and press the key combination you want to use). In addition, you can set the window size Word uses by default (maximized, minimized, or normal) and you can choose a different Word icon (click the Change Icon button).

    8. Question 8. How Can I Find Out The Names Of The Buttons On The Toolbars?

      Answer :

      Hover the mouse over any button and its name will appear in a box near the mouse pointer.

    9. Question 9. How Can I Find Out What The Buttons On The Toolbars Do?

      Answer :

      Choose What's This? from the Help menu. The mouse pointer will turn into a pointer with a "?" symbol. Click on any button (or any other element or object on the screen) and Word will give you some information. Also, Shift+F1 will turn on the What's This? feature.

    10. Question 10. Can I Turn The Ruler Off (or Turn It Back On)?

      Answer :

      Choose Ruler from the View menu (if the Ruler is on, then you'll see a check next to Ruler).

    11. Question 11. How Can I Display More Toolbars?

      Answer :

      1. Choose Toolbars from the View menu.
      2. Select the toolbar you want (an active toolbar has a check next to its name).

    12. Question 12. How Do I Move The Toolbars In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      1. Click on the left edge of the toolbar (the mouse pointer will turn into a four-headed pointer).
      2. Drag the toolbar to any edge for a toolbar or anywhere else on the screen for a floating palette.

    13. Question 13. Can I Add Or Remove Buttons From The Toolbars In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      Yes! To add a button to a toolbar:

      1. Choose Toolbars from the View menu.
      2. Select Customize.
      3. Click on the Commands tab.
      4. Select an item under Categories.
      5. Select an item from the list of Commands.
      6. Drag the command to a toolbar. An "I" beam will appear to help you install the button. By default, the new button has only a text label.
      7. Right-click on the new Toolbar item.
      8. Select Default Style (the button will become a plain square).
      9. Right click on the new Toolbar item again.
      10. Choose Change Button Image, then select a button image.
      11.  Close the Customize dialog box.

      To remove a button:

      1. Choose Toolbars from the View menu.
      2. Select Customize.
      3. Drag the button you want to remove off of the toolbar.

    14. Question 14. Can I Make My Own Toolbars In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      Yes! To make your own toolbar:

      1. Choose Toolbars from the View menu.
      2. Select Customize.
      3. Click on the Toolbars tab, then click on the New button.
      4. Give the toolbar a name.

       You can also choose to make this toolbar available to the Normal template (all documents) or the current document only. A small toolbar palette will appear on the screen. Click on the Commands tab, select a Category, then drag the commands you want onto your new toolbar.

    15. Question 15. Can I Add Or Remove Items From The Menus In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      Yes. To remove menu items:

      1. Choose Toolbars from the View menu.
      2. Select Customize.
      3. Once the Customize dialog box is open you can drag unwanted items off of any of the menus.

      To add a command to a menu:

      1. Click on the Commands tab.
      2. Select a Category, then drag the command you want onto any of the menus.

      To restore a menu to its original setup, follow the steps above, but right-click on the menu you want to restore and select Reset.

    16. Question 16. What Is The Normal Template In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      1. The Normal template is the default template that is used when you start Microsoft Word or click the New Blank Document button.
      2. Some Word commands include an option to modify the Normal template.
      3. If you modify the Normal template, all new documents you create will include those modifications.
      4. The Normal template file (Normal.dot) is stored in the Template folder (contained in the folder where you have installed Microsoft Office).
      5. If you delete the Normal template file, Word will create a new Normal template file with the standard document settings the next time it starts. For more information on Word Templates.

    17. Question 17. How Do I Change The Default Margins In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      1. Choose Page Setup from the File menu.
      2. Click on the Margins tab.
      3. Set the margins the way you want them, then click on Default. Word will inform you that this change will affect all documents based on the Normal template.

    18. Question 18. How Do I Change The Default Document Font In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      1. Choose Font from the Format menu, then set all of the attributes you want for your default font.
      2. Click the Default button.
      3. Word will inform you that this change will affect all documents based on the Normal template.

    19. Question 19. How Do I Change The Default Font For Things Like Page Numbers, Headers, Footers, Footnotes, And Endnotes?

      Answer :

      These are all styles . You can change the attributes of any style for the current document or for all documents based on the current template. If the current template is the Normal template and you select the Add to template option below, all of your ordinary new documents will reflect the style changes that you make.

      Word 2000:

      1. Choose Style from the Format menu.
      2. In the List box, click All styles.
      3. In the Styles box, click name of the style you want to change (the style names are fairly intuitive).
      4. Click the Modify button.
      5. Click Format, and then select the attribute of the style you want to modify (Font, Paragraph, etc.).
      6. Make the desired changes.
      7. Click OK.
      8. Click the Add to template checkbox, if you want the modified style to be added to the template. If you don't check this box, the modified style will affect only the document you are working on.
      9. Click OK.

      Word XP/2003:

      1. Choose Styles and Formatting from the Format menu.
      2. In the task pane on the right side of the screen, choose All styles from the Show: list.
      3. Right-click name of the style you want to change (the style names are fairly intuitive), then select Modify.
      4. Click Format, and then select the attribute of the style you want to modify (Font, Paragraph, etc.).
      5. Make the desired changes.
      6. Click OK.
      7. Click the Add to template checkbox, if you want the modified style to be added to the template. If you don't check this box, the modified style will affect only the document you are working on.
      8. Click OK.

    20. Question 20. How Do I Change The Default Folder For Open And Save?

      Answer :

      1. Choose Options from the Tools menu.
      2. Click on the File Locations tab.
      3. Click on Documents under File Types.
      4. Click on the Modify button.
      5. Use the Look in list to locate the folder you want to use from now on.
      6. Click on the folder name, then click on OK to select that location.
      7. Click on OK.

    21. Question 21. How Do I Change The Default Printer Tray Assignments?

      Answer :

      1. Choose Page Setup from the File menu.
      2. Click on the Paper Source tab.
      3. Make your printer tray choices, then click the Default button to change default tray assignments.
      4. Word will inform you that this change will affect all documents based on the Normal template.

      If you make changes here without clicking the Default button, the changes are temporary and will revert back to the defaults after the current print job is completed. Printer settings are generally hierarchical. Your printer will respond first to settings made in Word, then the printer driver, then settings made on the printer itself. Problems with Word pulling paper from the wrong tray are often traced to the settings described above. If you still have problems, then check the settings in the printer control panel (click on the Start button, choose Settings, then open the Printers control panel). More advanced printers may also require programming changes on the printer controls located on the printer. Check your printer manual or online Help for more information.

    22. Question 22. Can I Copy More Than One Block Of Text To The Clipboard, Then Paste Everything Into My Document?

      Answer :

      Yes! This feature is called "Collect and Paste." Just copy up to 12 blocks of text (24 blocks in Word XP/2003), then, when you're ready to paste use the Clipboard toolbar in Word 2000 or the task pane on the right side of the screen in Word XP/2003. You can paste everything at once, or individual items in different locations. Hover the mouse over the icons on the Clipboard toolbar or on the task pane on the right side of the screen to get a preview of the content.

    23. Question 23. What Are Styles? How Do I Use Them?

      Answer :

      A style is a set of formatting characteristics that you can apply to text in your document quickly. The Style list is that pulldown list on the Formatting toolbar, where it usually says Normal in a white box. You apply styles by selecting text, then choosing a style from the list. There will be a few there by default. You can create your own styles:

      1. Select the text that contains the formatting you want to use for your style.
      2. On the Formatting toolbar, click inside the Style box.
      3. Type over the existing style name to create the name for the new style, then press Enter.

      You can set additional formatting characteristics for paragraph styles, such as the style for the next paragraph:

      1. On the Format menu, click Style.
      2. Click the style that has the settings you want to change.
      3. Click Modify, and then select the options you want.

    24. Question 24. What Is Autotext In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      AutoText is a way to store and quickly insert text, graphics, fields, tables, bookmarks, and other items that you use frequently. Word comes with a library of AutoText entries (see the items listed under AutoText on the Insert menu or turn on the AutoText toolbar, then click on All Entries). You can create your own AutoText entries with either of the following methods.

      Method 1:

      1. Choose AutoCorrect or AutoCorrect Options from the Tools menu, then click on the AutoText tab.
      2. Type the text of your new AutoText entry in the Enter AutoText entries here box, then click on Add.
      3. Make sure the Show AutoComplete tip check box is checked.
      4. Click OK.

      Word will show a tip on the screen after you type the first 4 or 5 letters that match the AutoText entry. Press Enter to accept the entry or keep typing to ignore it. If AutoComplete is turned off, you can insert AutoText entries with the AutoText toolbar (see Method 2).

      Method 2:

      1. Turn on the AutoText toolbar (choose Toolbars from the View menu, then select AutoText).
      2. Select the text you want for an AutoText entry, then click on the New button on the AutoText toolbar.
      3. Make up a shortcut name for this entry.
      4. To use the shortcut, type the shortcut, then immediately press F3.

    25. Question 25. How Can I Track Changes Made To A Document?

      Answer :

      Word will allow an author (or a group of co-authors) to retain deleted text to be accepted or rejected once the document is finalized. With the feature activated, Word "red lines" text deleted from the original document so that is visible, but distinct from the surrounding text. A related feature, called Compare Documents, will highlight the differences between two versions of a document.

      To activate Track Changes:

      1. Complete your first draft and save it.
      2. Choose Track Changes from the Tools menu, then choose Highlight Changes. Select the Track changes while editing checkbox.
      3. As you make changes for your second draft, you'll see how Word displays the changed text.

      To accept or reject changes:

      1. Place the cursor at the beginning of the document that is showing tracked changes.
      2. Choose Track Changes from the Tools menu, then select Accept or Reject Changes.
      3. The Accept or Reject Changes tool allows you to find the tracked changes (click the Find button), then to accept or reject the found change. You can also choose to Accept All or Reject All of the changes.

      This feature can be a bit tricky to use, especially if multiple authors are collaborating on a document. For multiple authors, you can also enable document protection with the tracked changes feature. This will allow reviewers to edit the document, but they will not be able to turn off Track Changes and they will not be able to accept or reject changes. To protect a document for tracked changes:

      1. Complete your first draft and save it.
      2. Choose Protect Document from the Tools menu.
      3. Under Protect document for select the Tracked changes radio button.
      4. Enter a password (you'll be prompted to confirm the password).
      5. The Track Changes feature will be enabled automatically.

      Don't forget the password. There is no way to unlock the document if you don't have the password!

    26. Question 26. Can I Keep Different Versions Of A Document In The Same File?

      Answer :

      Yes. Word calls this "versioning". One file will contain all the versions and will increase the file size. You can also extract any version and save it as a separate file. To use the version options:

      1. Choose Versions from the File menu.
      2. Click the Save Now button to save the current state of the document. Word records the author and the time and date of the version. You can also add comments to distinguish each version.

      If you check the Automatically save a version on close, Word will do just that. You can still use the Save Now option to save other versions of the document. To view your version history:

      1. Choose Versions from the File menu.
      2. Select a version then click on the Open button to view that version in a separate window.
      3. To keep a particular version, use the Save As command on the File menu.

    27. Question 27. Will Word Help Me Compare Two Similar Documents?

      Answer :

      Comparing documents is an option within the Track Changes command. When this command is activated, Word will compare a document you select with the document displayed in the document window, then combine the documents with the differences highlighted in the same way the Track Changes feature highlights edits.To compare a document with the current document:

      1. Save the current document (just in case).
      2. Choose Track Changes from the Tools menu, then choose Compare Documents.
      3. Word will combine the documents as described above.
      4. Use the Accept or Reject Changes feature to finalize the document.

    28. Question 28. Can I Search And Replace For Things Other Than Words?

      Answer :

      Yes!

      1. Choose Replace from the Edit menu.
      2. Click on More. At the bottom of the Find and Replace dialog box, you'll see a Format button and a Special button. The Format button allows you to replace formatting (e.g., one font for another, bold for italics); the Special button allows you to replace special characters (e.g., paragraph marks, note reference marks). 

      Also, you can use the contents of the Clipboard as the replacement. This is useful if you want to replace a short word or phrase with a longer phrase or paragraph. To use this feature, you must first create the replacement text somewhere, then copy it to the Clipboard. When you use the Special button as mentioned above, you'll see Clipboard Contents as one of the choices (or use ^c).

    29. Question 29. How Do I Put A Horizontal Line In My Document That Moves When I Add New Text?

      Answer :

      One easy way to do this is to put a border on the paragraph (either a top border or a bottom border will work, just be aware of which paragraph you put the border in):

      1. Place the cursor in the paragraph.
      2. Choose Borders and Shading from the Format menu.
      3. On the Borders tab, select a line style.
      4. Click the buttons in the Preview area (you can choose top, bottom, left, or right borders).

      You can also draw a graphic line with the Line tool:

      1. Choose Toolbars from the View menu.
      2. Select Drawing to display the Drawing toolbar (it usually appears at the bottom of the screen).
        Note: There is usually a Drawing button on the Standard toolbar that will display the Drawing toolbar.
      3. Click on the Line tool to activate it.
      4. Click and drag in your document to draw the line.

      Hold the Shift key while you drag to draw a perfectly straight, horizontal line.

      It's best to add graphic elements after you have completed the editing of your text, then you don't have to worry about them moving to undesired locations as you edit.

    30. Question 30. How Do I Make A Numbered List That Looks Like An Outline?

      Answer :

      The Numbered List command will work with the Increase and Decrease Indent buttons to make a hierarchically structured list, but you have to type carefully (watch the tabs; no extra returns). Word calls this an Outline Numbered list. You can either type everything up against the left margin and format when you are done, or set the numbered list style first, then type. To create an Outline Numbered list:

      1. Choose Bullets and Numbering from the Format menu.
      2. Click on the Outline Numbered tab.

      To format the list.

      1. Click on the line or paragraph you want to move to the next level.
      2. Click on the Increase Indent button to move an item to the next level.
      3. Clicking on the Decrease Indent button to move an item to the previous level.

    31. Question 31. How Do I Change The Format Of The Number Symbols In A Numbered List Without Changing The Rest Of The Text?

      Answer :

      The character format of the number symbol in a numbered list item is contained in the paragraph character at the end of that item. If you just need to fix one or two numbered list symbols whose formatting somehow got changed:

      1. Select the paragraph symbol at the end of a numbered list item (use the Show/Hide button ? on the Standard toolbar to display the paragraph marks).
      2. Format the paragraph symbol (formatting applied here affects only the numbered list symbol).

      To create a custom numbered list style, or to modify an existing list:

      1. Select the list.
      2. Choose Bullets and Numbering from the Format menu.
      3. Click on the Numbered tab (the numbered list style you chose previously will be selected).
      4. Click on the Customize button.
      5. Click on the Font button. Any of the font attributes you apply here will affect only the number symbols in the selected list.

    32. Question 32. How Do I Change The Margins In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      1. Choose Page Setup from the File menu.
      2. Click on the Margins tab.
      3. Enter numbers in the Top, Bottom, Left, and Right boxes or use the arrows to scroll by tenths (Word uses the default measurement unit).

      Note: Header and Footer are from the edge of the paper and will supersede Top and Bottom if the settings are greater.

    33. Question 33. How Do I Double-space My Document In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      1. Select the portion of the document that you want double-spaced. To select the whole document, choose Select All from the Edit menu or press Ctrl+A.
      2. Choose Paragraph from the Format menu.
      3. Click on the Indents and Spacing tab, then select a line spacing setting from the Line spacing list.

      Note: If you have already inserted an extra blank line between paragraphs or blocks of text, you will have to delete the extra paragraph marks, unless you want that extra blank line. You can use the Show/Hide button ¶ on the Standard toolbar to display the paragraph marks.

    34. Question 34. How Do I Use Headers And Footers In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      1. Choose Header and Footer from the View menu.
      2. The Header editing window and the Header and Footer toolbar will appear.
      3.  Type the text for the header or footer (the text in a header or footer is formatted like any other text).

      You can insert page numbers, the document's filename and path, and other codes into headers and footers (there are a number of options on the Header and Footer toolbar). The Switch Between Header and Footer button on the toolbar toggles the editing window between the header and the footer. The commands to control headers and footers are on the Page Setup dialog box (Page Setup on the File menu):

      • Set the header and footer margins on the Margins tab.
      • Set the other options on the Layout tab (different first page and odd and even). If you select either of the options on the Layout tab, then you can format the various headers individually and do things like remove the first page number, "mirror" the page numbers, etc. Headers and footers can be further controlled by formatting your document into multiple sections.

      To format an existing header or footer:

      • Double-click on it, if you are in Print View.
      • In Normal View, choose Header and Footer from the View menu.

      Change the page layout so that the first page has a different header (or no header):

      • Choose Page Setup from the File menu.
      • On the Layout tab, select Different first page under Headers and footers.
      • Now, you can create a unique first page header or footer. If you view the header or footer on the first page, you'll see "First page header" or "First page footer" instead of "Header" or "Footer" at the top of the screen. The headers and footers of all following pages will be the same.

      For a different header or footer on each page or section:

      • Insert a Section Break at each point where you want the header or footer to change:
      • Choose Break from the Insert menu, then select Next page under Section break types.
      • Choose Header and Footer from the View menu.
      • CRITICAL (and potentially confusing) step! Create headers and footers as usual, but disable the Same as previous button whenever you want to create a unique header or footer (the previous text will appear, but you can delete it and enter new text).
      • You can move through the sections without closing the Header and Footer toolbar by clicking on the Show Next and Show Previous buttons. It's easy for this to go awry, with headers and footers changing or disappearing as you try to get different headers or footers in each section.
      • You may find it easier to setup all of your document sections first, then go back through the document from the beginning and create your headers or footers. Be especially careful with the Same as previous setting, as described above. You can also use the "different first page" option within each section

    35. Question 35. How Do I Number Pages In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      1. Choose Page Numbers from the Insert menu.
      2. In the dialog box, select the Position and Alignment for your page numbers. The Format button allows you to choose different number formats, as well as control the page numbers in documents with multiple sections.

      You can also insert page numbers by using the Headers and Footers command.

    36. Question 36. How Do I Move Or Copy A Footnote Or An Endnote?

      Answer :

      To move or copy a note, you work with the note reference mark, not the text in the note pane:

      1. Select the reference mark of the note you want to move or copy.
      2. Cut or copy the note reference mark.
      3. Place the cursor at the new location and paste.

      You can also "drag and drop" note reference marks.

    37. Question 37. How Do I Delete A Footnote Or An Endnote?

      Answer :

      To delete a note, you work with the note reference mark, not the text in the note pane. Select the reference mark of the note you want to delete, then press the Delete key.

    38. Question 38. How Do I Insert A Footnote Or An Endnote?

      Answer :

      • Place the cursor where you want the note reference mark, then choose Footnote (or Reference, then Footnote) from the Insert menu
      • Select the Footnote or Endnote radio button.

      Optional: Click the Options button to change the placement, number format, starting number, and section footnote settings.

      • Click OK An editing screen appears at the bottom of the page (Normal View) or the cursor moves to the bottom of the page (Print Layout view). Enter your note text, then click in the document to return to the note reference mark.

    39. Question 39. How Do I Clear The Formatting In A Paragraph Or Block Of Text?

      Answer :

      To make a "clean start" with a block of text:

      1. Select the block of text.
      2. Choose Normal from the Style box.

    40. Question 40. How Do I Delete Page Numbers In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      Page numbers behave slightly differently, depending on whether you inserted them by using the Page Numbers command on the Insert menu or if you used the Insert Page Number button on the Headers and Footers toolbar.

      1. Choose Header and Footer from the View menu.
      2. Go to any header or footer (depending on where your page numbers are) and double-click on the page number to select it. If you used the Page Numbers command on the Insert menu, make sure you select the frame around the page number (it is similar to a graphic element).
      3. Press the Delete or Backspace key to delete the page numbers throughout the document.

    41. Question 41. How Do I Remove The Page Number From The First Page?

      Answer :

      1. Choose Page Numbers from the Insert menu.
      2. Clear the Show Numbers on First Page check box.

    42. Question 42. How Do I Insert Or Delete A Page Break?

      Answer :

      1. Choose Break from the Insert menu.
      2. Select the Page Break radio button. You can also insert a page break by pressing Ctrl+Enter.

      To delete a page break:

      1. Switch to Normal view (Normal on the View menu).
      2. Page breaks are identified on your document as dotted lines (page breaks you insert are identified as "Page Break".
      3. Click at the left edge of the screen to select the page break.
      4. Press the Delete key or click on the Cut button. You can also click below the page break, then press the Backspace key.

      Note: You cannot delete the page breaks that Word calculates based on paper size, margins, and the general format of the document.

    43. Question 43. How Do I Keep A Paragraph From Separating At The Page Break?

      Answer :

      1. Select the paragraph, then choose Paragraph from the Format menu.
      2. Click on the Lines and Page Breaks tab
      3. Check the Keep lines together check box.

    44. Question 44. How Do I Indent A Paragraph In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      1. Choose Paragraph from the Format menu.
      2. Set Left and Right under Indentation.

      Another way is to use the Ruler. If the Ruler is not visible, select View from the menu, then select Ruler. On the left edge of the ruler, you will see three symbols that look like an hourglass sitting on a box. Moving these symbols anywhere on the ruler affects the current paragraph or selection as follows:

      • Moving the top triangle indents the first line of the paragraph (or the first line in every paragraph you have selected).
      • Moving the bottom triangle indents all lines in the current paragraph (or all lines in all paragraphs you have selected) except the first line.
      • Moving the square moves the "hourglass" and sets a normal indent (all lines in the current paragraph or selection will be left aligned).

    45. Question 45. How Do I Set Tabs In Ms Office?

      Answer :

      1. Place the cursor in the paragraph where you want to set the tab stop.
      2. Choose Tabs from the Format menu.
      3. In the Tab stop position box, enter a number (Word uses the default measurement unit).
      4. Click the Set button.
      5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set additional tab stops.

      Remember: the number of tab characters in the paragraph must match the number of tab stops set in that paragraph. You can also set tabs by clicking in the Ruler. The default is usually set to a left-aligned tab; you can select other tab alignments by clicking on the button at the far left end of the Ruler.

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