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Quiz

Circle the correct choice in the following multiple choice and true/false questions.

1:When you drag a file from your hard disk to a removable disk, you are:
  1. Making a copy of the file onto the removable disk.

  2. Making a copy of the file onto the hard disk.

  3. Simply moving the file from one place to another.

2:When you drag a file from one window on your hard disk to another window on your hard disk, you are:
  1. Making a copy of the file onto a removable disk.

  2. Making a copy of the file onto the hard disk.

  3. Simply moving the file from one place to another.

3:When you drag a file from a removable disk to your hard disk, you are:
  1. Making a copy of the file onto the removable disk.

  2. Making a copy of the file onto the hard disk.

  3. Simply moving the file from one place to another.

4:If you want to make a copy of a file on the same disk, the fastest and most efficient way is to:
  1. Make a copy onto a removable disk, then drag that copy back onto the hard disk.

  2. Select the file, then from the File menu, choose “Duplicate.” Or select the file and press Command D.

  3. Hold down the Option key as you drag the file into another folder or window.

5:In the List View, you can select multiple files:
  1. By dragging around them with the pointer tool.

  2. That are in different folders.

  3. Both a and b.

6:It’s always okay to drag the icon of the removable disk onto the icon of the hard disk when you want to copy something onto your hard disk.

T

F

7:To select more than one file at a time, hold down the Option key as you click each one.

T

F

8:You can press-and-drag the pointer around any number of files to select them all.

T

F

9:The quickest (and coolest) way to select a file is to type the first letter or couple of letters of its name.

T

F

10:Once a file is selected, the Tab key will select the next largest file.

T

F


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