Word 2007 TF Chapter 9

Word 2007 TF - T F 6 Macros saved in the document template are available to all future documents macros saved with the Normal template are

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3763054aec2bb00f439e7f9ff663151899413432.doc Page 1 of 1 Name _________________________ Date ___________ Word 2007: Chapter 9 – True/False Instructions: Circle T if the statement is true or F if the statement is false. T F 1. A Word macro-enabled template has a file extension of .mac. T F 2. Word templates are programs that search for viruses and other malware and destroy the malicious programs before they ever have a chance to infect a computer. T F 3. To move a graphic, you point inside the graphic until the mouse pointer has a four-headed arrow attached to it, then drag the graphic to the desired location. T F 4. In Word, you can rotate a floating graphic by dragging its rotate handle. T F 5. If you give a new macro the same name as an existing built-in command in Microsoft Word, the new macro actions will replace the existing actions.
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Unformatted text preview: T F 6. Macros saved in the document template are available to all future documents; macros saved with the Normal template are available only with a document based on the template. T F 7. You can run a macro by pressing ALT+F8 to display the Macros dialog box, selecting the macro in the list, then clicking the Run button. T F 8. If you have a Tablet PC, you can enter ink annotations in a comment in the document. T F 9. In Word, you can add five types of digital signatures to a document: a signature line, a hidden signature, an invisible signature, a signature stamp, and an encrypted signature. T F 10. If the viewer task pane displays a Signatures button, the document has an invisible digital signature....
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course CIS 127 taught by Professor King during the Spring '10 term at University of West Georgia.

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