CBSE Class 6 Computer Science Sample Paper Set F

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CBSE Class 6 Computer Science Sample Paper Set F. It’s always recommended to practice as many sample papers as possible before the examinations. Students can download the sample papers and also question papers of previous years to practice and score better marks in examinations. Refer to other links too for more sample papers.

Q.1 Answer any five questions : 

a) Write two methods to open PowerPoint.

b) What are the ways in which sorting can be performed?

c) What is Search Engine Optimization?

d) Write a short note on Email attachment?

e) What is Sorting?

f) Define PageRank System.

g) Define the following term: (i) Inbox (ii) Subject

Q.2 Write the steps for the following (Any two): 

a) Sending an e-mail attachment.

b) To perform sorting using the sort buttons on the Home tab.

c) Deleting an email.

d) For creating Blank presentation

Q.3 State True/False: 

a) Excel allows you to sort worksheet data in alphabetical order only.

b) Shortcut key to insert new slide in PowerPoint is Ctrl + M.

c) Default sort setting in MS-Excel is in descending order.

d) BCC stands for black carbon copy.

e) Ctrl + C shortcut key is used for copy option.

Q.4 Fill in the blanks: 

a) Slide Sorter option is present in _________________.

b) Deleted mails can be restored from _________________.

c) The new slide option is present in the _________________ tab.

d) Sort button is present on the _________________ and _________________.

e) Shortcut key to run slide show is _________________.

Q.5 Multiple Choice Questions : 

a) The shortcut to paste special in Word 2013 is

(i) Alt + V (ii) Ctrl + V

(iii) Ctrl + Shift + V (iv) Ctrl + Alt + V

b) The selling and purchasing of products or services on internet is called

(i) Trading (ii) Banking

(iii) E-commerce (iv) None of these

c) ----------------------- is used to write the Email address of the receiver.

(i) To (ii) CC

(iii) BCC (iv) All of the above

d) Google Searches are

(i) Not case sensitive (ii) Case sensitive

(iii) Both ‘a’ and ‘b’ (iv) None of these

e) Copy and Paste option in MS- word are available under -------------------- group.

(i) Font (ii) Clipboard

(iii) Paragraph (iv) None of these

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