How to change the order of Slides in Presentation?
Options: On Slide Sorter View, click on the Soft Slides
B. On Slide Sorter View, click on the slide and drag to required position
C. On Slide Thumbnail view, click on the slide and drag to required position
D. Slides order cannot be changed once it created
Ans:– B ,
Which hole is used to mark the location of the first sector in a soft-sectored disk.
Which of the following storage and retrieval methods would be well suited to your processing requirements if you only need to retrieve records one at a time and there is no fixed pattern to the requests for data and records?
Options: indexed sectors, sequential, direct, indexed direct
Options: a. automatically places clip art in your presentation b. scans your presentation for incorrect spelling of words on each slide c. scans your presentation for incorrect spelling in word art objects d. all of the above
Which of the following applies to Internal DOS commands?
Options: Internal commands can be run whenever the DOS prompt is displayed, Internal commands are reserved for DOS-level programming, Internal commands can only be executed from a batch file, Internal commands are stored on disk separately from COMMAND.COM
. In Word, the default alignment for paragraphs is _____.
Options: a. left-aligned, or flush margins at the left edge and uneven edges at the right edge
b. centered, or equidistant from both the left edge and the right edge
c. right-aligned, or flush margins at the right edge and uneven edges at the left edge
d. justified, or flush margins at both the left and right edges
A homogenous distributed database is which of the following?
Options: The same DBMS is used at each location and data are not distributed across all nodes., The same DBMS is used at each location and data are distributed across all nodes., A different DBMS is used at each location and data are not distributed across all nodes., A different DBMS is used at each location and data are distributed across all nodes.
A network administrator wants to upgrade the IOS of a router without removing the image currently installed. What command will display the amount of memory consumed by the current IOS image and indicate whether there is enough room available to hold both the current and new images?
Options: show version, show flash, show memory, show buffers