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  • 1. The cylinder that serves as the backing for the paper and absorbs the blow from the typeface.
A) CHARACTERS
B) Platen
C) Defect
  • 2. The order in which writing strokes are placed on the paper.
A) LINE QUALITY
B) SYSTEM OF WRITINGS
C) SEQUENCE OF STROKES
  • 3. A colored fluid or viscous marking material used for writing or printing
A) Ink
B) Pen
C) ink eradicator
  • 4. The condition of a typeface printing heavier on one side or corner than the remainder of its outline.
A) vertical malalignment
B) off its feet
C) rebound
D) horizontal malalignment
  • 5. The removal of writing, typewriting, or printing from a document.
A) ERASURE
B) INTERLINEATION
C) OBLITERATION
D) INSERTION
  • 6. In connection with typewriting identification, letters, symbols, numerals, and points of punctuation
A) Platen
B) Defect
C) Characters
  • 7. A defect in which a character prints a double impression with the lighter one slightly offset to the right or left.
A) horizontal malalignment
B) vertical malalignment
C) rebound
D) off its feet
  • 8. A photograph made through a compound microscope and maybe a greatly enlarged image of a small area.
A) microfilm viewer
B) microphotograph
C) photomicrographs
  • 9. Any identifying characteristics of a typewriter that cannot be corrected by simply cleaning the typeface or replacing the ribbon.
A) TEMPORARY DEFECT
B) PERMANENT DEFECT
C) TRANSITORY DEFECT
  • 10. An alignment defect in which the character prints to the right or left of its proper position
A) rebound
B) off its feet
C) horizontal malalignment
D) vertical malalignment
  • 11. Any process in which erased writing is developed or brought out again on the document itself.
A) INTERLINEATION
B) RESTORATION
C) DECIPHERMENT
  • 12. A writing instrument having as its marking tip a small freely rotating ball bearing that rolls the ink onto the paper
A) PENCIL
B) FOUNTAIN PEN
C) BALL POINT PEN
  • 13. Any abnormality or maladjustment in a typewriter that is reflected in its work and leads to its individualization or identification
A) DEFECT
B) CHARACTERS
C) PLATEN
  • 14. The result of a character printing above or below its proper position.
A) horizontal malalignment
B) Rebound
C) vertical malalignment
D) off its feet
  • 15. A document that contains some change
A) ALTERED DOCUMENTS
B) DISPUTED DOCUMENT
C) CHARRED DOCUMENT
  • 16. Document is defined as paper containing visible ink markings or symbol that conveys message to anyone.
A) True
B) False
  • 17. A distinct or peculiar character
A) variation
B) characteristics
C) deviation
D) Quality
  • 18. Microscopic examination is any study or examination made with the discover minute physical details. in order to
A) telescope
B) spectroscope
C) onoscope
D) microscope
  • 19. Normal or usual deviation found between repeated specimens of any individual's handwriting or in the product of any typewriter or other record making machines.
A) copy book form
B) natural variation
C) quality
D) significant writing habits
  • 20. Critical comparison or side by side examination.
A) examination
B) conclusion
C) Collation
D) examination
  • 21. A document completely written and signed by one person.
A) holographic document
B) questioned document
C) disputed document
  • 22. In document examination, disputed document and questioned document may be used interchangeably.
A) True
B) False
  • 23. The act of setting two or more items side by side to weigh their identifying qualities.
A) Conclusion
B) Comparison
C) Examination
D) Collation
  • 24. A scientific results from relating observed facts by logical, common sense reasoning in accordance with established rules or laws
A) comparison
B) examination
C) collation
D) conclusion
  • 25. A term used by some document examiners and attorneys to characterize known material.
A) Example
B) Exemplar
C) evidential document
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