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Important Facts about the Prove It Power User Word Test

This test is aimed at applicants for jobs that require the use of Word at its fullest capacity. On this test, you will be asked to perform more complex tasks, such as mail merges, advanced formatting, and using templates and tables.
The test contains 25 questions of varying difficulty levels, from basic use to more advanced functions and features.

While solving the Kenexa Prove It test, some of Word's shortcuts you are familiar with as well as the internal help system will be disabled. Also, there will be only one "correct" answer to questions that can technically be solved in several different ways. Remember that you may use a second device while completing the test. This can be of great help, so make sure to utilize it.

Word Assessment Test Illustration

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Sample Microsoft Word Test Questions

Copy and paste the contents of the text box below to the top-left corner of a new Word document (left click hold and drag to mark the text → right click → choose "copy" → on the Word document, right click → choose paste).

Attendance list

Students:

Zack Col
Sandra Cooper
Don Miller
Stacey Cobos
Dana Garsen

Teachers:

John Dennis
Linda Gross
Melissa Little
Jeff Silano

 

When you start, your Word page should look like this:

Page preview for interactive questions

Basic level questions

  1. Change the Page Margins to Narrow.
  2. Sort the students' names alphabetically in ascending order.

Advanced level questions

  1. Add the Developer tab to the Ribbon.
  2. Record a Macro that will apply yellow highlighting. Name the macro: "Approved", and assign it the shortcut "Alt+k."

For more Microsoft Word sample questions, click here.



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