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1. PowerPoint Test Study Guide2. Cooksey CGS 21003. You can create slide, animated, web-based presentations with PowerPoint. 4. A word or phrase that appears at the bottom of each slide is known as a footer. 5. When you click the Slide Show button on the status bar, the slide show starts beginning with the Current/Active slide. 6. In which view can you set special features for your slide show? Slide-Sorter7. In which view do you present your slide show? Slide Show View 8. Which key will start the presentation on Slide 1? F5 9. The slide pane shows the slide as it will look during your slide show. 10. Which of the following is not a view button? Outline 11. A drop shadow is an example of a(n) Text Style12. Which of the following items regarding presentations should be planned? Time, audience, purpose, location 13. PowerPoint provides design templates, which are files that contain colors and formats for the background and the type style for titles, accents, and other text. 14. A region of a slide, or a location in an outline, reserved for inserting text or graphics is called a(n) placeholder. 15. What is the 6 x 6 rule? 6 words per bullet, six bullets per slide16. You can correct typing errors by right-clicking to display a list of suggested spellings and then clicking the correct word. 17. When you save and name a presentation, the name displays in the title bar of the PowerPoint window. 18. Depending on the configuration of your operating system, you may see the PowerPoint filename extension .pptx next to your filename. 19. When you add a new slide, PowerPoint formats the slide using a slide layout. 20. The title slide text layout includes placeholders for a title and a subtitle. 21. A(n) content placeholder can contain not only a bulleted list, but can also contain a table, graph, chart, clip-art picture, photograph, or some other graphic object. 22. The title & content text layout is the default slide layout. 23. When you end a slide show, which PowerPoint view do you return to? whichever view was used last24. Each slide in a template has a predetermined way of organizing the objects on a slide. 25. The notes pane might contain points to cover or phrases to say during the presentation. 26. Sizing handles are small circles and squares that appear at each corner and on each side of the active box that you can drag to make a text box or other object larger or smaller on the slide. 27. A bulleted item is one paragraph in a bulleted list. 28. Omit unnecessary articles, pronouns, and adjectives is part of the 6 x 6 rule. 29. A(n) numbered list is a list of paragraphs that are numbered consecutively within the body text. 30. After you create a bullet, what do you press to create the next bullet? Enter 31. You’re preparing to give a presentation to your class about the research you’ve done on information technology. You want to provide the audience with paper copies of your presentation to take with them. However, you do not want to waste paper and would like to include several slides per page. What can you do? Print Handouts 32. You can force text to start on a new line without inserting a new bullet by pressing the shift+enter keys at the same time. 33. Presentations can be printed in color, grayscale, black/white. 34. Before you print your presentation, you should review it. 35. To exit a slide show, press escape. 36. To create an item like the one shown in the figure above, click the smart art graphic button on the Insert tab. 37. To change the style of item 1 in the above figure, click the design tab. 38. You can press the enter, spacebar, down arrow, right arrow, mouse click to advance through a slide show. 39. Header and footer placeholders are both found on the insert tab. 40. When you position the mouse pointer over a corner-sizing handle, the pointer changes to a two-sided arrow. 41. To add a special border to clip art, click options in the picture styles group. 42. You can create effects between slides or text elements, so that information progresses in a more interesting way when you run your presentation. 43. To resize an image, you can adjust the sizing handles of the graphic in the slide. 44. You can search the Clip Organizer for clip art using Clip Art Task Pane. 45. A timing is the number of seconds a slide remains on the screen before advancing to the next one.46. A transition is a special effect that determines how a slide appears as it enters or leaves the screen. 47. You can apply a preset animation scheme, such as Fade, Wipe, and Fly In, to a slide. 48. The entrance effect affects the way text or objects move onto a slide. 49. The Motion Path effect triggers movement in a specific direction. 50. Be sure you can identify the parts of the PowerPoint windows in all the figures (pictures) below and in Tutorials 1 and 2.


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