Which of the following is not true of finding information online and in print?
A. Boolean searches provide you the most number of hits for a search.
B. Keywords are the terms that the computer searches for in a database or on the web.
C. The ABI/Inform Thesaurus lists synonyms and the hierarchies in which information
is arranged in various databases.
D. At the beginning of a search, use all the synonyms and keywords you can think of.
E. Skim several of the first sources you find; if they use additional or different terms,
search for these new terms as well.
Which of the following is true of standard word-processing programs in the context of
A. Standard word-processing programs do not offer options to control the appearance of
B. All standard word-processing programs handle different commands and functions in
the same way.
C. Standard word-processing programs is considered inappropriate for designing
D. Standard word-processing programs can be set to check for widows and orphans.
E. Most word-processing programs lack a quick correct or autocorrect feature.