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In Word, the mailing list is known as the ____________.

A. Data source

B. Sheet

C. Data sheet

D. Source

Please do not use chat terms. Example: avoid using "grt" instead of "great".

You can do it
  1. When inserting Page number in footer it appeared 1 but you wish to show How can you do that?
  2. It is possible to _______ a data source before performing a merge.
  3. AutoCorrect was originally designed to replace _________ words as you type.
  4. Which of the following is not one of the three Mail Merge Helper steps?
  5. Ctrl + I
  6. You can move the insertion point in a table
  7. A character that is raised and smaller above the baseline is known as
  8. Short cut Ctrl + F is used to
  9. Ctrl + N is used to
  10. Which of the following helps to reduce spelling error in the document?
  11. In MS Word, Ctrl+S is for …..
  12. Shimmer, Sparkle text, Blinking Background et are known as
  13. Where can you change the vertical alignment?
  14. To autofit the width of column
  15. Which of the following is not valid version of MS Office?
  16. Superscript, subscript, outline, emboss, engrave are known as
  17. How can you disable extended selection mode?
  18. Columns dialog box can be opened from...
  19. By pressing F12, which of following will happen ?
  20. Uppercase on Change Case dialog box and All Caps on Fonts dialog box both converts selected text into…
  21. Which of the following is true regarding page Orientation of a Document?
  22. How can you insert a sound file in your word document?
  23. Which key should be pressed to start a new paragraph in MS-Word?
  24. Essential business letter elements include the _____.
  25. What is the shortcut key to display field codes?
  26. Which of the following cannot be done with document version?
  27. In Word, the default alignment for paragraphs is _____.
  28. What is the smallest and largest font size available in Font Size tool on formatting toolbar?
  29. What is the default left margin in Word 2003 document?
  30. The _____ is a short horizontal line indicating the conclusion of a document.