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34 .
Describe how the Navigation pane can be used when working with a long document.
35 .
Where are the two places where you can find the margin commands? Explain the steps for each one.
36 .
Why is readability important for business documents?
37 .
Discuss some accessibility options that you should consider when creating a document.
38 .
Explain the difference between serif and sans serif fonts. Provide an example font of each.
39 .
Why are headings useful?
40 .
What does the Editor tool do that extends beyond a typical spell-check?
41 .
Why might you use both comments and Track Changes in a document?
42 .
What is a theme, and why would you use one?
43 .
Explain what the action bar is and how it can help you when creating a document in Docs.
44 .
Explain the process for creating a new Doc.
45 .
How do you modify document section formatting in Docs?
46 .
Why would you insert different sections in a report?
47 .
Describe how the Explore command might be useful when writing a research paper for a class. Provide an example.
48 .
Why would looking at version history be helpful in developing the final version of documents? Explain, giving at least five reasons.

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