2.In Microsoft PowerPoint the best way to design the layout for your slides
Options: (A)Create layouts for slides, handouts and notes using the Master Layout dialog box in slide master view (B) For each new slide, select a layout from the Slide Layout task pane (C) Apply templates from the Slide Design task pane (D) None of above 2
In India, rural incomes are generally lower than the urban incomes, which of the following reasons account for this? A large number of farmers are illiterate and know little about scientific agriculture Prices of primary products are lower than those of manufactured products Investment in agriculture has been low when compared to investment in industry
. What happens when a user double-clicks an object in the Project pane of the Visual Basic Editor?
Options: a. The associated code is displayed in the Code pane.
b. The associated code is displayed in a new window.
c. The object is deleted from the Project pane.
d. The object’s property sheet opens.
You have been contracted to install a windows NT network in an office that is located in a strip mall. The office is located next to the power plant of the building, so a UPS (uninterruptible power supply) has already been installed. What type of cable should you use for the network cabling? Choose the best answer.
Options: a. area in the computerâ€™s main memory in which Microsoft Office text files are stored temporarily
b. program included with Windows 2000 that can be used only to create or edit text files, smaller than 64K, that do not require formatting
c. classified password that prevents unauthorized users from accessing a protected Microsoft Office item or document
d. full-featured word processing program that can be used to create and revise professional looking documents easily
3.In memory management when demand cleaning policy is applied
Options: (A)A modified page is written before their page frames are needed to so that pages can be written out in batches. (B) A page is written out to secondary memory only when it has been selected for replacement. (C) A and B both true. (D) None of these. 9
Options: (A)The probability that the system will cause an accident (B) Extent to which a system or component can function correctly in the presence of invalid inputs or stressful environment conditions. (C) The frequency of occurrence with which unexpected behavior is likely to occur. (D) None of these 23