Welcome to the Office Trivia Game! Are you a fan of the classic show The Office? Prove your knowledge of the comical antics of Michael Scott, Jim Halpert and the rest of the Dunder Mifflin team by playing this trivia game. You’ll have to recall obscure details and answer tough questions to outsmart your opponents and win. The person who gathers the most points by the end of the game will be crowned the Office trivia champion! So, do you have what it takes to prove you’re the ultimate fan? Let's find out!
1) What is the maximum size allowed for an Excel spreadsheet?
2) What was the first home computer Microsoft ever created?
3) What is the default font used in Microsoft Word?
4) Which of the following is not a type of file?
5) What does the acronym "PDF" stand for?
6) What type of file is an ".xlsx"?
7) What does the "Print Screen" key do?
8) What type of file is an ".png"?
9) What is the exact size of a Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation slide?
10) What keyboard shortcut can be used to copy text?
11) What type of file is a ".doc"?
12) What is the maximum size allowed for a Microsoft Word document?
13) What is the default line spacing in Microsoft Word?
14) What does the acronym "VPN" stand for?
15) What type of file is an ".jpg"?
16) What keyboard shortcut can be used to paste text?
17) What is the name of the popular Internet browser developed by Google?
18) What type of file is an ".xls"?
19) What does the "Ctrl + F" keyboard combination do?
20) What does the acronym "VPN" stand for?
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