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Which command is used to display two different parts of the same document in the document window?

Which command is used to display two different parts of the same document in the document window? (Points : 1) a)Two Pages b)Divide c)Split d)Double Window 2. User-defined details about a document that describe its contents and origin are known as: (Points : 1) a)Document properties b)Document summaries C)Document details d)Document information 8. Which of the following is not an option in the Paste Options menu? (Points : 1) a) Keep Source Formatting b)Merge Formatting c)Keep Text Only d)Match Formatting 9. Which of the following does not happen when you add a 25th item to the Office Clipboard? (Points : 1) a)The last item you collected is deleted. b)The first item you collected is deleted. c)The existing items on the Clipboard are moved down the task pane. d)The new item is displayed at the top of the Clipboard task pane. 11. Which option in the Zoom group would you use to display one entire page of a document in the document window? (Points : 1) a)Page Width b)One Page c)100% d)Two Pages 12. Which of the following does not happen when you copy an item to the Office Clipboard? (Points : 1) a)The item is added to the top of the Clipboard task pane. b)Existing items move down the task pane. c)The text you copied remains in its original location. d)The Clipboard task pane automatically opens.

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