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The location of a file is specified by its:


A) drive letter.

B) file path.

C) file type.

D) file extension.

 



Answer: B

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In the Windows operating system the hard drive is represented as the:


A) D drive.

B) A drive.

C) E drive.

D) C drive.

 



Answer: D

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In a Windows folder to display files and folders as icons in list form use ________ view.


A) Details

B) List

C) Thumbnails

D) Tiles

 



Answer: D

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Windows 7 introduces the concept of ________ which are folders that gather files from different locations and display the files as if they were all saved in a single folder.


A) libraries

B) groups

C) collections

D) directories

 



Answer: A

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All of the following can be used in a Windows file name EXCEPT:


A) %.

B) $.

C) *.

D) #.

 



Answer: C

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In Windows which character is used as a path separator?


A) hyphen (-)

B) colon (:)

C) backslash ()

D) forward slash (/)

 



Answer: C

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C:DocumentsSpring 2007CIS 101Term PaperComputer Technology is an example of a:


A) file list.

B) file path.

C) file extension.

D) file type.

 



Answer: B

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In Windows a file path starts with a:


A) folder.

B) drive letter.

C) file name.

D) backslash ().

 



Answer: B

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With Windows Explorer you can perform all of the following file management actions EXCEPT:


A) renaming files.

B) editing files.

C) opening files.

D) copying files.

 



Answer: B

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If you want to save a file that will be opened by people who use a wide variety of software any of the following formats would be safe EXCEPT:


A) docx.

B) rtf.

C) txt.

D) pdf.

 



Answer: A

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