5 years ago in MS Word

Which option in File pull-down menu is used to close a file in MSWord?

[A] New
[B] Quit
[C] Close
[D] Exit
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Dino Bisht - 2 years ago

Correct answer is close because exit close the whole software nd question asked about file n.

Bashir Khan - 2 years ago

Exit is Correct. go to the file and pull down the menu you will see a big EXIT.

sonia saini - 2 years ago

Exit is correct ... it's wrong answer

Sanjay Maurya - 3 years ago

EXIT closes the whole application software, not the document.

Full 2 Fun - 3 years ago

sorry gyzzz last one is correct

Full 2 Fun - 3 years ago

third one is correct

Manpreet Verma - 3 years ago

Exit command is used to exit from application and close command is used to close the file only not application.

Pramod Yadav - 4 years ago

Exit is used to close application to close file close command will be used

DASHARAM - 5 years ago

i think it is "exit"

Lucky Lali
Lucky Lali - 2 days ago

Lucky Lali from Jharsuguda, India is saying New is correct answer

Karin Nina
Karin Nina - 5 days ago

Karin Nina is saying Quit is correct answer

Tony - 5 days ago

Tony from New Delhi, India is saying Exit is correct answer

harshith - 1 week ago

harshith from Bengaluru, India is saying Exit is correct answer

Andie Gonzalez
Andie Gonzalez - 2 weeks ago

Andie Gonzalez from Houston, United States is saying Close is correct answer

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