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Power Point lesson 3

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

SmartArt graphics, dynamic and exciting graphics, are available for you to use on your slides in PowerPoint.
 

 2. 

You can also use an organization chart to show relationships among objects, animals, or things that are related in a structured way.
 

 3. 

If you make a mistake, you can press the Ctrl+L keys to undo your previous actions.
 

 4. 

You cannot animate a SmartArt graphic.
 

 5. 

WordArt can also be shaped so the text fits a shape such as an arc, arrow, or oval.
 

 6. 

The main difference between linking and embedding is where you store the data and how you update the data after you place it in the destination file.
 

 7. 

A worksheet is made up of placeholders.
 

 8. 

A title identifies the data series or bars in a column chart.
 

 9. 

You can move between cells in a table by pressing the Ctrl key.
 

 10. 

You can apply a table style to format the table elements at once.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 11. 

PowerPoint includes over 80 basic styles of SmartArt graphics that are organized into seven categories that do NOT include ____.
a.
Pyramid
c.
Process
b.
Relationship
d.
Fun
 

 12. 

Work with the SmartArt Tools tab on the Ribbon to change ____.
a.
layouts
c.
colors
b.
styles
d.
all of the above
 

 13. 

To add an organization chart to a slide, you can apply a Content layout to a slide and then click the SmartArt Graphic ____ in the content placeholder.
a.
dialog box
c.
handle
b.
icon
d.
animation
 

 14. 

A linked object, such as an Excel chart, is created in a ____ and inserted into a destination file, such as a PowerPoint slide, while maintaining a connection between the two files.
a.
original file
c.
baseline file
b.
base file
d.
source file
 

 15. 

The intersection of each column and row is a ____.
a.
legend
c.
box
b.
cell
d.
datasheet
 

 16. 

A chart gives a(n) ____ representation of numeric data.
a.
audio
c.
worksheet
b.
movie
d.
visual
 

 17. 

To include a table on a slide, you can use the Content slide layout and click the ____ icon to open the Insert Table dialog box.
a.
Insert Table
c.
Insert WordArt
b.
Insert SmartGraphic
d.
Insert Content
 

 18. 

To modify a table’s borders, fill, or text boxes, select the table to open the ____ tab on the Ribbon
a.
Table Tools Design
c.
Format
b.
Create
d.
Layout
 

 19. 

The rotate commands on the Arrange menu do NOT include ____.
a.
Rotate Right 90°
c.
More Rotation Options
b.
Rotate Left 90°
d.
Flip Over
 

 20. 

An example of a shape effect is ____.
a.
Glow
c.
Bevel
b.
Soft Edges
d.
all of the above
 

 21. 

To bring an object forward or send it backward, select the object you want to move, and click the Bring to Front, Send to Back, Bring Forward, or Send Backward command in the ____ group on the Drawing Tools Format tab.
a.
Arrange
c.
Move
b.
Align
d.
Order
 
 

FIGURE PPT 3-1
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 22. 

Referring to Figure PPT 3-1 above, the datasheet on the right-hand side of the window has data in it already. How could one change the data?
a.
Click the cell and then type the numbers or text in the Excel window
b.
Open up a separate Cell Data dialog box in the Excel window
c.
Click the datasheet and import it into PowerPoint, and then enter the data
d.
None of the above
 
 
Case PPT 3-1
Sheila is creating a Grand Opening sign for her new pet shop Paws and Claws.
 

 23. 

Sheila inserted a shape of a star and has decided that she wants to rotate it slightly to the left. She would select the shape and then use the rotate handle indicated by the ____.
a.
white square
c.
yellow diamond
b.
white circle
d.
green circle
 

 24. 

Sheila wants to make the entire graphic she has selected larger. To scale an object, Sheila holds the Shift key and drags a corner handle which is indicated by a ____.
a.
white square
c.
yellow diamond
b.
white circle
d.
green circle
 
 
Case PPT 3-2
Derek is designing a new logo for his motorbike company to add to all of the PowerPoint slides.  He is working with shapes.
 

 25. 

Derek inserted an illustration of his signature red motorbike. He wants to rotate the front of the motorbike to look like it is ready to jump.  What should he do?
a.
Select the graphic to display handles, then select the green circle to rotate the graphic
b.
Select the graphic to display handles, then select the yellow boxes to rotate the graphic
c.
Select the graphic to display handles, hold down the Shift key as he drags a corner of the graphic
d.
None of the above
 

Matching
 
 
Identify the letter of the choice that best matches the phrase or definition.
a.
Footer
b.
Category axis
c.
Objects
d.
Value axis
e.
Header
 

 26. 

y axis.
 

 27. 

Available space to add date, time, or slide number at bottom of slide.
 

 28. 

Appear at top of the notes pages.
 

 29. 

Charts, media clips, video, bitmaps. 
 

 30. 

x axis.
 



 
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