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TEST4U Internet Explorer & MS Outlook & Live Mail
English version

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For Individuals

Do you need to acquire a computer certificate, or to renew an existing expired one? Are you interested in improving your knowledge and skills about computers? You can achieve it by using TEST4U from the convenience of your home!

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For Enterprises

If your job is about computer education, then you stand just one step away from providing the best possible services! If you represent an educational institution, a business, or work as a public servant and you are interested in teaching the use of Internet Explorer and MS Outlook (2016-2013-2010-2007-2003, express) or Live Mail, then you should use the most popular learning program for office software.


What does TEST4U offer?

This edition includes educational material (exercises, tests) that will help the student learn the basics about Internet Explorer ? Basic Concepts, Security factors, Browser Settings, Favorites, Search, Prints, etc
Message management application ? Basic Concepts, Security, Settings, Message Exchange, Message Management, Prints, Search, Contacts etc. This edition contains 341 Live in ates and 241 Quiz questions which will help the student learn, practice and assess the knowledge, as well as obtain a computer certification and become familiar with the examination process.

TEST4U includes test and exercises especially designed so as to cover the syllabus for computer certification acquisition or renewal. You will remain completely satisfied with the approach that the questions are designed, because the exercises are adjusted to the certification examinations of various Certification Bodies (e.g. DIPLOMA, ECDL-ICDL, Microsoft Certiport, Cambridge e.tc.).

It covers 100% the syllabus of DIPLOMA Certification Body (DIPLOMA Business Office και DIPLOMA Basic Office) and other Certifications Bodies: Ecdl Icdl (new profile, core, start 5.0), Microsoft Infotest, Vellum Cambridge, Acta, Key-cert, ICT, Globalcert.

If your knowledge is limited, we propose that, prior to practicing at TEST4U, you should watch the online video-lessons (e-courses) for each module.

Download the Internet Explorer & MS Outlook 2016 2013 2010 2007 2003 Test which contains tests and exercises for practice.

For questions about participation fees (price per unit), please contact one of the certified examination centers of the Certification Body.

Last updated: 12 Nov 2018
Minimum system requirements
CPU: Pentium® 4 (or newer)
RAM: 512ΜΒ +
Hard disk free space: 1-10GB
Minimum screen resolution: 1152x864 (size of text, apps and other items 100%)

Operating system: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (updated with newer service pack - Region Format: English (United States))
Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11 must be installed
MS Office Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 or 2016 - English Version (Fully Functional) must be installed - There must be only one version installed
Outlook Express 6 (for Windows XP) or Windows Mail (for Windows Vista) or Windows Live Mail 2012 (for Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10) - English Versions must be installed
Continuous Internet connection is required
Syllabus
This product covers the following syllabus. You can see the sections covered as well as the number of questions by clicking on each tab.
TEST4U
  IN-ATES QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUIZ QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUESTIONS IN TOTAL
 
  341 241 582
Internet Explorer 94 166 260
SECTION 1 Basic Concepts - Security factors 1 SAMPLE QUESTION 0 41 41
SECTION 2 Basic Concepts - Security factors 2 SAMPLE QUESTION 2 35 37
SECTION 3 Basic Concepts - Security factors 3 SAMPLE QUESTION 2 37 39
SECTION 4 Basic Concepts - Security factors 4 SAMPLE QUESTION 1 38 39
SECTION 5 Using the Browser SAMPLE QUESTION 38 4 42
SECTION 6 Browser Settings SAMPLE QUESTION 12 4 16
SECTION 7 Favorites SAMPLE QUESTION 7 0 7
SECTION 8 Search SAMPLE QUESTION 21 7 28
SECTION 9 Prints SAMPLE QUESTION 11 0 11
Outlook Express, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail 118 33 151
SECTION 1 Basic Concepts - Security factors - Settings 1 SAMPLE QUESTION 1 21 22
SECTION 2 Basic Concepts - Security factors - Settings 2 SAMPLE QUESTION 27 1 28
SECTION 3 Message Exchange SAMPLE QUESTION 24 7 31
SECTION 4 Message Management 1 SAMPLE QUESTION 14 4 18
SECTION 5 Message Management 2 SAMPLE QUESTION 18 0 18
SECTION 6 Prints SAMPLE QUESTION 7 0 7
SECTION 7 Search SAMPLE QUESTION 3 0 3
SECTION 8 Contacts SAMPLE QUESTION 13 0 13
SECTION 9 Calendar SAMPLE QUESTION 11 0 11
Microsoft Outlook 129 42 171
SECTION 1 Basic Concepts - Security - Settings 1 SAMPLE QUESTION 5 22 27
SECTION 2 Basic Concepts - Security factors - Settings 2 SAMPLE QUESTION 18 9 27
SECTION 3 Message Exchange SAMPLE QUESTION 28 7 35
SECTION 4 Message Management 1 SAMPLE QUESTION 18 4 22
SECTION 5 Message Management 2 SAMPLE QUESTION 22 0 22
SECTION 6 Prints SAMPLE QUESTION 8 0 8
SECTION 7 Search SAMPLE QUESTION 3 0 3
SECTION 8 Contacts SAMPLE QUESTION 18 0 18
SECTION 9 Calendar SAMPLE QUESTION 9 0 9
ECDL v6.0
  IN-ATES QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUIZ QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUESTIONS IN TOTAL
 
  263 229 492
1. Web Browsing Concepts 1 111 112
SECTION 1 1.1. Key Concepts SAMPLE QUESTION 1 49 50
1.1.1. Understand the terms: Internet, World Wide Web (WWW), Uniform Resource Locator (URL), hyperlink.
0 18 18
1.1.2. Understand the structure of a web address. Identify common types of domains like: geographical, organisation (.org, .edu, .com, .gov).
0 9 9
1.1.3. Define the term web browser. Identify common web browsers.
0 8 8
1.1.4. Outline different Internet activities like: information searching, shopping, learning, publishing, banking, government services, entertainment, communication.
1 14 15
SECTION 2 1.2. Security and Safety SAMPLE QUESTION 0 62 62
1.2.1. Recognise ways to protect yourself when online: purchase from secure reputable websites, avoid unnecessary disclosure of personal and financial information, log off from websites.
0 29 29
1.2.2. Define the term encryption.
0 5 5
1.2.3. Identify a secure website: https, lock symbol.
0 9 9
1.2.4. Define the term digital certificate.
0 7 7
1.2.5. Recognise options for controlling Internet use like: supervision, web browsing restrictions, download restrictions.
0 12 12
2. Web Browsing 71 11 82
SECTION 1 2.1. Using the Web Browser SAMPLE QUESTION 22 2 24
2.1.1. Open, close a web browsing application.
2 0 2
2.1.2. Enter a URL in the address bar and go to the URL.
1 0 1
2.1.3. Refresh a web page, stop a web page downloading.
2 1 3
2.1.4. Activate a hyperlink.
3 0 3
2.1.5. Open a web page in a new tab, new window.
2 0 2
2.1.6. Open, close tabs, windows. Switch between tabs, windows.
1 0 1
2.1.7. Navigate between pages: backwards, forwards, home page.
3 1 4
2.1.9. Complete, submit, reset a web-based form.
7 0 7
2.1.10. Use a web tool to translate a web page, text.
1 0 1
SECTION 2 2.2. Tools and Settings SAMPLE QUESTION 18 7 25
2.2.1. Set the web browser home page.
4 0 4
2.2.2. Understand the term pop-up. Allow, block pop-ups.
1 0 1
2.2.3.Understand the term cookie. Allow, block cookies.
3 3 6
2.2.4. Use available help functions.
2 1 3
2.2.5. Display, hide built-in toolbars. Restore, minimise the ribbon.
4 1 5
2.2.6. Delete history, temporary internet files, saved form data.
4 2 6
SECTION 3 2.3. Bookmarks SAMPLE QUESTION 8 1 9
2.3.1. Add, delete a bookmark / favourite.
3 0 3
2.3.2. Show bookmarks / favourites.
1 0 1
2.3.3. Create, delete a bookmarks / favourites folder. Add web pages to a bookmarks / favourites folder.
4 1 5
SECTION 4 2.4. Web Outputs SAMPLE QUESTION 23 1 24
2.4.1. Download, save files to a location.
7 0 7
2.4.2. Copy text, image, URL to another location like: document, e-mail.
5 1 6
2.4.3. Preview, print a web page, selection from a web page using available printing options.
11 0 11
3. Web-Based Information 22 34 56
SECTION 1 3.1. Search SAMPLE QUESTION 21 10 31
3.1.1. Define the term search engine and name some common search engines.
0 5 5
3.1.2. Carry out a search using a keyword, phrase.
9 3 12
3.1.3. Refine a search using advanced search features like: exact phrase, date, language, media type.
11 0 11
3.1.4. Search a web-based encyclopaedia, dictionary.
1 2 3
SECTION 2 3.2. Critical Evaluation SAMPLE QUESTION 1 13 14
3.2.1. Understand the importance of critically evaluating online information. Understand the purpose of different sites like: information, entertainment, opinion, sales.
0 10 10
3.2.2. Outline factors that determine the credibility of a website like: author, referencing, up-to-date content.
0 1 1
3.2.3. Recognise the appropriateness of online information for a particular audience.
1 2 3
SECTION 3 3.3. Copyright, Data Protection SAMPLE QUESTION 0 11 11
3.3.1. Define the terms copyright, intellectual property. Recognise the need to acknowledge sources and/or seek permission as appropriate.
0 7 7
3.3.2. Recognise the main data protection rights and obligations in your country.
0 4 4
4. Communication Concepts 2 57 59
SECTION 1 4.1. Online Communities SAMPLE QUESTION 1 11 12
4.1.1. Understand the concept of an online (virtual) community. Identify examples like: social networking websites, Internet forums, web conferencing, chat, online computer games.
0 4 4
4.1.2. Outline ways that users can publish and share content online: blogs, microblogs, podcasts, images, audio and video clips.
0 1 1
4.1.3. Recognise ways to protect yourself when using online communities: apply appropriate privacy settings, restrict available personal information, use private messaging when appropriate, disable location information, block/report unknown users.
1 6 7
SECTION 2 4.2. Communication Tools SAMPLE QUESTION 0 12 12
4.2.1. Define the term Instant Messaging (IM).
0 3 3
4.2.2. Define the terms short message service (SMS), multimedia message service (MMS).
0 3 3
4.2.3. Define the term Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
0 5 5
4.2.4. Recognise good practice when using electronic communication: be accurate and brief, use clear subject headings, do not inappropriately disclose personal details, do not circulate inappropriate content, spell check content.
0 1 1
SECTION 3 4.3. E-mail Concepts SAMPLE QUESTION 1 34 35
4.3.1. Define the term e-mail and outline its main uses.
0 5 5
4.3.2. Identify the structure of an e-mail address.
0 9 9
4.3.3. Be aware of possible problems when sending file attachments like: file size limits, file type restrictions.
0 3 3
4.3.4. Outline the difference between the To, Copy (Cc), Blind copy (Bcc) fields and recognise their appropriate use.
0 3 3
4.3.5. Be aware of the possibility of receiving fraudulent and unsolicited e-mail. Be aware of the possibility of an e-mail infecting the computer.
1 10 11
4.3.6. Define the term phishing.
0 4 4
5. Using E-mail 167 16 183
SECTION 1 5.1. Sending E-mail SAMPLE QUESTION 44 9 53
5.1.1. Access an e-mail account.
3 1 4
5.1.2. Outline the main purpose of standard e-mail folders: Inbox, Outbox, Sent, Deleted / Trash Items, Draft, Spam/Junk.
2 4 6
5.1.3. Create an e-mail.
17 0 17
5.1.4. Enter one or more e-mail addresses, distribution list in the To, Copy (Cc), Blind copy (Bcc) fields.
6 0 6
5.1.5. Enter an appropriate title in the subject field and enter, paste text into the body of an e-mail.
4 0 4
5.1.6. Add, remove a file attachment
5 3 8
5.1.7. Send an e-mail with, without priority.
7 1 8
SECTION 2 5.2. Receiving E-mail SAMPLE QUESTION 20 1 21
5.2.1. Open, close an e-mail.
2 0 2
5.2.2. Use the reply, reply to all function, and identify when these should be used.
6 1 7
5.2.3. Forward an e-mail.
4 0 4
5.2.4. Open, save a file attachment to a location.
4 0 4
5.2.5. Preview, print a message using available printing options.
4 0 4
SECTION 3 5.3. Tools and Settings SAMPLE QUESTION 54 4 58
5.3.1. Use available help functions.
2 1 3
5.3.2. Display, hide built-in toolbars. Restore, minimise the ribbon.
12 1 13
5.3.3. Create and insert a text e-mail signature.
6 2 8
5.3.5. Recognise e-mail status as read, unread. Mark an e-mail as read, unread. Flag, unflag an e-mail.
7 0 7
5.3.6. Create, delete, update a contact, distribution list / mailing list.
27 0 27
SECTION 4 5.4. Organising E-mails SAMPLE QUESTION 35 2 37
5.4.1. Add, remove message inbox headings like: sender, subject, date received.
6 1 7
5.4.2. Search for an e-mail by sender, subject, e-mail content.
4 0 4
5.4.3. Sort e-mails by name, by date, by size.
3 1 4
5.4.4. Create, delete an e-mail folder/label. Move e-mails to an e-mail folder/label.
11 0 11
5.4.5. Delete an e-mail. Restore a deleted e-mail.
6 0 6
5.4.6. Empty the e-mail bin/deleted items /trash folder.
2 0 2
5.4.7. Move a message to, remove a message from a junk folder.
3 0 3
SECTION 5 5.5. Using Calendars SAMPLE QUESTION 14 0 14
5.5.1. Create, cancel, update a meeting in a calendar.
8 0 8
5.5.2. Add invitees, resources to a meeting in a calendar. Remove invitees, resources from a meeting in a calendar.
5 0 5
5.5.3. Accept, decline an invitation.
1 0 1

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