Competitive Exams: Computers MCQs (Practice_Test 15 of 21)

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  1. Which of the following does not store data permanently?
    1. ROM
    2. RAM
    3. Floppy Disk
    4. Hard Disk
    5. None of these
  2. Which of the following is the smallest storage?
    1. Megabyte
    2. Gigabyte
    3. Kilobyte
    4. Terabyte
    5. None of these
  3. Which menu enables the user to choose toolbars?
    1. View
    2. Format
    3. Insert
    4. Edit
    5. Help
  4. By viewing the properties of the local hard disk of a computer, the user can find out
    1. the amount of space that has been used up and the remaining free space on the disk.
    2. the name of the user viewing the properties of the disk.
    3. nothing useful to the user.
    4. the number of programs available in the computer
    5. None of these
  5. Pre-defined and built-in formulas in Excel are known as
    1. Autosheets
    2. Diagrams
    3. Charts
    4. Tables
    5. Functions
  6. Which of the following contains permanent data and gets updated during the processing of transactions?
    1. Operating System File
    2. Transaction file
    3. Software File
    4. Master file
    5. Any File
  7. The keyboard shortcut to centralise the selected text in Word is
    1. Ctrl + Esc
    2. Ctrl + C
    3. Alt + C
    4. There is no keyboard shortcut for this operation
    5. Ctrl + E
  8. Which of the following helps to protect floppy disks from data getting accidentally erased?
    1. Access notch
    2. Write-protect notch
    3. Entry notch
    4. Input notch
    5. None of these
  9. A modem is connected to
    1. a telephone line
    2. a keyboard
    3. a printer
    4. a monitor
    5. a scanner
  10. Large transaction processing systems in automated organisations use
    1. Online processing
    2. Batch Processing
    3. Once-a-day Processing
    4. End-of-day processing
    5. Once-a-week processing

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