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Document Processing

The competencies for the Document Processing Test are as follows:

  1. Edit and print a document.
  2. Create a footnote or endnote.
  3. Create a table with minor formatting and word wrapping.
  4. Insert a text file.
  5. Insert, resize, and wrap text around graphics.
  6. Change margins.
  7. Change alignment of existing text passages.
  8. Set line spacing of existing text passages.
  9. Set indents of existing text passages.
  10. Set tabs.
  11. Insert a text symbol.

This test consists of an initial document file and a set of instructions to be followed. The initial document file will open when TAKE TEST is clicked. A list of instructions to perform on the initial file will be given in the testing program. When the instructions display, scroll down so you can see all of the instructions for the test. Follow them to complete the test. Select FINISHED when you are finished with the test.

You must have the instruction and initial file open at the same time and multitask between the two. Most people size the instruction file at the top of the screen and put the working file at the bottom. [see example]

The Document Processing test is graded manually and your pass/fail status will be emailed to your USU email account with one working day of you taking the test. You will need to score 70% or higher to pass this exam. If you passed, congratulations! If not, you may want to study the tutorial or attend a short course and try again.

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