Competitive Exams: Computers MCQs (Practice_Test 16 of 21)

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  1. The operation of combining two cells into a single cell in Excel is referred to as
    1. join cells
    2. merge cells
    3. merge table
    4. join table
    5. None of these
  2. Which of the following can be used to store a large number of files in a small amount of storage space?
    1. File adjustment
    2. File copying
    3. File reading
    4. File compatibility
    5. File compression
  3. In a computer, most processing takes place in
    1. memory
    2. RAM
    3. motherboard
    4. CUP
    5. None of these
  4. Data is organized in a worksheet as
    1. charts and diagrams
    2. rows and columns
    3. tables and boxes
    4. graphs
    5. None of the above
  5. Which of the following is an example of a binary number?
    1. 6AH1
    2. 100101
    3. 005
    4. ABCD
    5. 23456
  6. Spell Check will find errors in which of the following?
    1. Today is a rainy day
    2. Today is a rainy a day
    3. Is a rainy
    4. Rainy today a day
    5. None of the above
  7. Which of the following is not a storage medium?
    1. Hard disk
    2. Flash drive
    3. DVD
    4. CD
    5. Keyboard
  8. In Excel, when the contents and attributes of a cell or range of cells have to be erased using the menu, the user must
    1. select the Cells. Choose Edit. And select Clear, then All
    2. select the Cells. And click Delete on the keyboard
    3. select the Cells. Choose Tools. And select Clear. Then Formats
    4. select the Cells. Choose Tools. And select Formula Audit. Then Delete
    5. None of the above
  9. The computer abbreviation KB usually means
    1. Key Block
    2. Kernel Boot
    3. Kilo Byte
    4. Kit Bit
    5. None of these
  10. If an Excel Worksheet is to be linked for use in a Powerpoint presentation, the following should be clicked
    1. Edit, Paste Special
    2. Edit, Paste
    3. Edit, Copy
    4. File, Copy
    5. None of the above

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