Microsoft Word Interview Preparation Guide
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MS Word Interview Questions and Answers will guide us now that Microsoft Word is a word processor designed by Microsoft. It was first released in 1983 under the name Multi-Tool Word for Xenix systems. Subsequent versions were later written for several other platforms including IBM PCs running DOS(1983), the Apple Macintosh(1984). The current versions are Microsoft Word 2010 for Windows and 2011 for Mac. Get MS Word Job Interview preparation with the help of this MS Word Interview Questions Guide

56 MS Word Questions and Answers:

1 :: Can I make my own toolbars in MS Word?

Yes! To make your own toolbar:

1. Choose Toolbars from the View menu.
2. Select Customize.
3. Click on the Toolbars tab, then click on the New button.
4. Give the toolbar a name.

You can also choose to make this toolbar available to the Normal template (all documents) or the current document only. A small toolbar palette will appear on the screen. Click on the Commands tab, select a Category, then drag the commands you want onto your new toolbar.
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2 :: Can I add or remove items from the menus in MS Word?

Sure. To remove menu items:

1. Choose Toolbars from the View menu.
2. Select Customize.
3. Once the Customize dialog box is open you can drag unwanted items off of any of the menus.

To add a command to a menu:

1. Click on the Commands tab.
2. Select a Category, then drag the command you want onto any of the menus.

To restore a menu to its original setup, follow the steps above, but right-click on the menu you want to restore and select Reset.
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3 :: Can I use the SHOW menu to remove revisions from a document in MS Word?

NO! When you remove the checkmarks by the items in the SHOW menu, it just hides the revisions. The revisions will show up the next time that the document is opened either by yourself or by the reviewers.

There is only one way to remove revisions and comments and that is by accepting or deleting them.
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4 :: How can I find out what the buttons on the toolbars do in MS Word?

Choose What's This? from the Help menu. The mouse pointer will turn into a pointer with a "?" symbol. Click on any button (or any other element or object on the screen) and Word will give you some information. Also, Shift+F1 will turn on the What's This? feature.
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5 :: The Speller would not check my spelling. What happened?

If all or part of your document gets flagged as being in a language for which you do not

have a dictionary installed, the Speller skips over those parts. Also, it appears that Word

will sometimes flag documents created by other programs for "no proofing". If Word will not

check your spelling, make sure the Speller is using the English dictionary and that none of

the text is flagged for proofing in another language (or not at all):

1. Select the entire document
2. Choose Language from the Tools menu, then choose Set Language.
3. Select U.S. English.
4. Make sure the Do not check spelling and grammar check box is NOT checked.
5. Click OK.

1. Select the entire document
2. Choose Language from the Tools menu, then choose Set Language.
3. Select U.S. English.
4. Make sure the Do not check spelling and grammar check box is NOT checked.
5. Click OK.
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