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Question 4 Font changes can only be applied on a word by word basis. Answer True False . Question 5 To center text, you must select the entire text to be centered. Answer True False . Question 6 Page numbers must be updated manually every time you want to print your document. Answer True False . Question 7 Microsoft Word has a spelling checker but it is limited to a pre-defined dictionary. Answer True False . Question 8 When you type text, the text is entered in the location where the mouse pointer arrow is pointing. Answer True

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They are all false. You do not have to have your mouse arrow pointing to where you want to enter text. If you clicked in an area already then it will allow you to enter text there previously, so your mouse does not need to be at the location.

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