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Suresh, Sir, how to insert footer (page number) for each column? as asked on model set 08
Akil, we have separate post to teach about placing column numbering. Please see http://mcqsets.com/s/microsoft-word-questions-answers/auto-column-numbers/
You have mentioned in Reply….the largest computer is Mainframe…How is it possible?? SuperComputer is the largest computer,,,isn’t it sir?? &
Quality of printer is Dots per inch…Isn’t it sir??
Please clearify the answer if possible..I will be very greatful to you….and other candidates too.
Supercomputers are the most powerful computers, not necessarily the largest computers.
Regarding the output quality, you should select dots per square inch if it is there in options. The quality of a printer is measured in DPI but the printing output quality is dpsi.
The dots per square inch is useful when printers can’t print same number of dots per inch horizontally and vertically. At such situations, DPSI better reflects the quality of printer output.
Dear Sir, intranet, extranet,Ethernet and internet maa ma dherai confuse hunxu yasko kunai capsul pauna sakinthyo ki???
Please read the page http://mcqsets.com/s/fundamentals/computer-networking/
Which function will calculate the number of workdays between 6/9/2004 and 8/12/2004 ?
d. All of the above
Respected Sir, Yo question ko answer hajur ko site(mcqsets,psexam) lagayat anya sites haruma D/all of the above vetinchha but 2072 ko CO solution ma hajurle C lagaunu bhako chha,yasko kehi rahasya thiyo ki???
Networkdays() is the correct answer because it returns the number of whole working days between start_date and end_date. Working days exclude weekends and any dates identified in holidays. Use NETWORKDAYS to calculate employee benefits that accrue based on the number of days worked during a specific term. (as is in Microsoft site).
Workday() returns date not the number of days.
Date() function is to convert date string into date format.
Thus option D. All of the above is invalid.
So, there’s only one correct answer – Networkdays.