Jawaban Formatif M6 LA3 Profesional - Procedure Text - Prediksi Ujian Terbaru

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Jawaban Formatif M6 LA3 Profesional - Procedure Text

Jawaban Formatif M6 LA3 Profesional - Procedure Text

Using the Photocopier
Locate the power switch and turn the machine on. Allow sufficient time for the machine to warm up; older machines can take more time than newer models.
Lift the cover and place the document you wish to copy face down on the glass. Take care to position it properly; most photocopiers have markings showing where to place documents. Lower the cover and, using the control panel, select the number of copies you wish to make. Push "start" and the copying should commence.
Use the automatic feed on your copier to copy documents several pages in length. Following the guide next to the feed, position your stack of documents; many photocopiers auto-feed documents face up. See if your photocopier has options for automatically collating and stapling your documents -- most newer models do. Select these options on the digital display, press "start," and your stack of documents will be photocopied, collated and stapled for you.

Question 1 (1 point)
1. Who might find the reading the text useful?
A. Customer service officers
B. Admininstrative staffs
C. Managers
D. Receptionists

Question 2 (1 point)
2. What should you do to get a good result of photocopying?
A. Use the control panel
B. Place the document in the margin area
C. Wait the copy machine to warm up
D. Use the automatic feed to collate and staple documents

Question 3 (1 point)
3. How do you multiply copies of documents?
A. By selecting the auto-feed mode
B. By using the digital display panel
C. By selecting the figure for the number of copies
D. By using the marking space

Question 4 (1 point)
4. The word 'stapling' in "See if your photocopier has options for automatically collating and stapling…" is closest in meaning to....
A. multiplying
B. recording
C. organizing
D. attaching


Using a Fax Machine
Check that the fax machine is plugged into a power source and a phone jack before turning it on. Get the fax number for the destination of the fax you are sending. Arrange the documents you are sending in order.
Fill out a coversheet for your fax; this will contain the recipient's name and fax number, the name of your boss or office, the fax number for your office, a short message to the recipient and the number of pages, including the coversheet.
Position the documents face up in the feeder tray. Dial the recipient's fax number. Press "send' or "fax" to send the document, depending on the machine you are using.
Ensure that there's plenty of ink in your machine's toner cartridge and that there's plenty of paper, so you can receive a fax smoothly. Wait for the phone to ring, but do not answer it; this indicates a fax is coming in. Listen for the "handshake" tones that tell you the sender's fax machine and your fax machine are communicating. Watch your fax machine start printing and wait until the entire document has come through.
Check the number of pages you received against the number given on the cover sheet to be sure the whole fax has come through. Contact the sender to confirm receipt of this document.

Question 5 (1 point)
5. What is the purpose of filling out the cover sheet?
A. To notify sender's identity and message
B. To arrange the documents you are sending
C. To check that the document has come through
D. To receive the fax smoothly

Question 6 (1 point)
6. How do you know the fax is working properly?
A. When the document has come through
B. When the machine starts printing
C. When you hear "handshake" tones
D. When the phone rings

Question 7 (1 point)
7. We know from the text that the fax is successfully sent if....
A. you receive another cover sheet
B. the machine starts printing
C. the document has come through
D. you hear "handshake" tone
 
Question 8 (1 point)
8. The phrase 'come through', in "...be sure the whole fax has come through…" is closest in meaning to….
A. been confirmed
B. been contacted
C. been sent
D. been received

HOW TO APPLY A BORDER TO A RESUME PAPER
By Jennifer Habersham; Updated July 05, 2017

When applying for a job, you must stand out from your fellow applicants. Your resume should look its best. Unfortunately, as a rule, most employers prefer a straightforward resume that is clear and concise without any frills or pictures. Adding a simple border to your resume can help make it stand apart from the rest while still looking attractive and professional.
Scan your resume and save to your computer. If your resume is already saved on your computer, skip to Step 2.
Open your resume in your word processing software.
Click on the "Page layout" tab and then click on the "page border" icon. If you are using a program other than Microsoft Word and cannot find the "page border" icon, simply click on "Help" and then type "borders" into the Search bar.
Scroll through the page border options. Choose from solid or dotted lines, shading, line thickness and your border placement.
Click on the options you like and then click on the "OK" button. Click "Save" to save the border to your resume.

Question 9 (1 point)
9. Who might find the reading the text useful?
A. Editors
B. Developers
C. Employers
D. Job seekers

Question 10 (1 point)
10. Based on the text, why do we need to put border in our resume?
A. To make our resume stand out
B. To make our resume look great
C. To make our resume beautiful
D. To make our resume convincing

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