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To make an essay question type your question and give no answer. Move on to the next question number.
1. List, in detail, the steps to find out how much RAM is on your computer. Do the same to explain how to find out what operating system you are currently running.
To make a fill in the blank question, be sure to put in a few underscores ___. This lets the program recognize it is a fill in the blank question. Then supply every possible correct answer. You need to account for acceptable spellings or formats as I-Learn matches the answer character by character. It is also case sensitive.
2. Question: What is the maximum amount of memory available on your floppy drive? ___MB
*1.44 Mega Bytes
3. What is the letter normally assigned to the local disk? ___
To make multiple choice questions, type your question, and on the very next line start your answers. Simply put an (*)asterisk directly in front of any correct answers.
4. Phototypesetting was superior to automated typesetting because it was
*All of the above
5. One needs a desktop publishing program to:
*use different fonts
*create different page layouts
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*combine art and text on a page
6. Which of the following are US Presidents?
To make a True/False question, type your question, and on the very next line type True. On the Next line type False (T and F won’t work). Simply put an *asterisk directly in front of the correct answer.
7. Page layout involves only the margins and number and width of columns
8. This is super-neat I-Learn help.
To make a matching question, type in the question/description of matching activity and on the very next line put your question. Hit tab, then put in the correct response. Repeat on the next line for each set you want to match.
9. Put the following famous battles in order of occurrence.
Battle of Hasting 1
Battle of Yorktown 2
Battle of the Somme 4
10. Match the famous battles and the year they were fought.
Battle of Hastings 1066
Battle of Somme 1917