Category : 5th Class
Tabs are a paragraph-formatting feature used to align text in MS Word. When you press the Tab key. Word inserts a tab character and moves the cursor or the insertion point to the tab setting, called the tab stop. You can set custom tabs or use Word's default tab settings. Tabs are set to distribute text evenly between the left and right margins. Word's default tabs are set every half-inch. These tabs are indicated at the bottom of the horizontal ruler by tiny tick marks. If you do not want to use the default tabs that are set at half-inch tabs, you have two choices. You can either change the distance between the default/existing tabs or create custom tabs. Custom tab settings are indicated on the horizontal ruler by tab markers. There are two ways to set tabs - by either using the Tabs Dialog Box or using the ruler. (See Figure 5.4.10)
Setting tabs by using the Ruler is an easy, two-step process.
Click the Tab Alignment button on the left of the ruler to choose the type of alignment.
Click the position on the ruler to set the tab.
Steps to set tabs in a document by using the Tabs dialog box:
Word's default tabs are set at a gap of every ______.
(A) One inch
(B) Half inch
(C) Two inches
(D) none of these
(E) All of these
(B) Hard copy : Word's default tabs are set at a gap of every half-inch.
(A) One inch : This option is incorrect
(C) Two inches: This option is incorrect
(D) None of these: This option is invalid
The option to set Tabs is found in the_________.
(A) Format menu
(B) Insert menu
(C) Tools menu
(D) None of these
(E) All of these
(A) Format menu: The option to set Tabs is found in the Format menu.
(B) Insert menu: This option is incorrect
(C) Tools menu: This option is incorrect
(D) None of these: This is an invalid option
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