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Press _____ to create a line break, which advances the insertion point to the beginning of the next physical line ignoring any paragraph formatting instructions.

A. shift+enter

B. ctrl+enter

C. shift+tab

D. ctrl+tab

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

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  1. Ctrl + G is used to
  2. In order to email a Word document from within MS Word
  3. Which of the following is not available on the Ruler of MS Word screen?
  4. We can insert maximum number of columns in Ms Word are ...
  5. How can you break the current column?
  6. To view headers and footers, you must switch to
  7. You can move the insertion point in a table
  8. Ctrl + PageDown is used to
  9. In Word, the mailing list is known as the ____________.
  10. Suppose you wanted to create an AutoCorrect entry that would type the words We regret to inform you…
  11. Change the _____ to create a document in wide format
  12. When the Language bar is _____, it means that you do not see it on the screen but it will be displayed…
  13. Ctrl + M
  14. Uppercase on Change Case dialog box and All Caps on Fonts dialog box both converts selected text into…
  15. To undo the last work, press …..
  16. What is the function of CTRL+R in MS-Word
  17. In MS-Word, for what does ruler help?
  18. What is the default left margin in Word 2003 document?
  19. From where you can access Save command?
  20. How many different positions can you set for drop cap?
  21. A feature of MS Word that saves the document automatically after certain interval is available on
  22. What is the shortcut-key for manual line break?
  23. What does EXT indicator on status bar of MS Word indicate?
  24. The minimum number of rows and columns in MS Word document is
  25. Which of the following is not a font style?
  26. In MS-Word, for what does ruler help?
  27. To select a block of text, click at the beginning of the selection, scroll to the end of the selection,…
  28. Ctrl + Down Arrow is used to
  29. The word wrap feature .....
  30. Superscript, subscript, outline, emboss, engrave are known as