Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Unit summary: Objects and backgrounds
1 When you insert a source file as an object in a Word document, what’s the
difference between linking and embedding the object?
An embedded object is stored in the Word document and is separate from the source file.
Changes you make in the source file are not reflected in the embedded object in Word.
When an object is linked, it reflects changes in the source file.
2 How can you apply a solid background color to a document?
Click the Page Layout tab. In the Page Background group, click Page Color and select a
background color swatch.
3 How can you apply a gradient background to a document?
Click the Page Layout tab. In the Page Background group, click Page Color and choose Fill
Effects to open the Fill Effects dialog box. Click the Gradient tab, specify the options you want,
and click OK.
4 On which Ribbon tab will you find the Watermarks button for adding a watermark?
C Page Layout
5 Which of the following will not be changed when you apply a theme to a
B Page breaks