ICT AS Tailoring Software

jake.callaghan
Quiz by jake.callaghan, updated more than 1 year ago
jake.callaghan
Created by jake.callaghan almost 7 years ago
4
0

Description

The greatest of the great quizes has came to ExamTime. Test your knowledge of the ICT 3.1.3 specification in this EXTREME quiz. Rate 8/8, like comment and subscribe.

Resource summary

Question 1

Question
Which of the following enables mutliple choices?
Answer
  • Tick Boxes
  • Drop down boxes
  • Print Button
  • Radio Buttons

Question 2

Question
Which of these should be a design consideration?
Answer
  • Uncluttered screen design.
  • Difficult to read font.
  • Illogical data entry order.
  • No Validation

Question 3

Question
Which of these isn't a form control option?
Answer
  • Spinner
  • Drop Down Box
  • Radio Button
  • A tiny horse

Question 4

Question
Which of these is a toolbar?
Answer
  • Menu Bar.
  • Drop down menu.
  • Pop-up menu.
  • Full screen menu.

Question 5

Question
Why is application software able to be tailored?
Answer
  • So the software can be customized to fit the user's purpose.
  • To look pretty.
  • So the software can be customized to confuse the user.
  • To create diifuclties within the software.

Question 6

Question
Which button is used for commands?
Answer
  • Macro button.
  • Radio Button.
  • Spinner Button.
  • Jenson Button.

Question 7

Question
Which of the following use lists as a means of data selection?
Answer
  • Combo Box.
  • Option Box.
  • Macro Button.
  • Text Box.

Question 8

Question
Which of these is a suitable use for a macro?
Answer
  • Creating a print button.
  • Spinner sliders.
  • Selecting from a list.
  • Entering Data.

Question 9

Question
How many tick boxes can be checked at once?
Answer
  • As many as required.
  • One.
  • Two.
  • None

Question 10

Question
The definition of "drop down box" is ________.
Answer
  • A box which presents a list of options, of which you can pick one at a time.
  • Allows the entry, display and storage of data, and can be prompted by a label.
  • Allows numerical data, which can be changed via a slider or arrows, without the need to manually enter the value.
  • The user pushes it to start an event. It can be linked to macro.
Show full summary Hide full summary

Similar

Types and Components of Computer Systems
Jess Peason
Input Devices
Jess Peason
Carbohydrates
Jubby
Bowlby's Theory of Attachment
Jessica Phillips
Output Devices
Jess Peason
General ICT Quiz
leahshaw
Networks
Will8324
ICT Revison Flash Cards
Arun Johal
KEY CONCEPTS & CHOICE OF METHOD SCLY2
ashiana121
FLAT FILE VS RELATIONAL DATABASE
rosiejones
Online World - Learning Aim A
andysedge