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# POWERPOINT-Chapter 1: Creating and Editing a Presentation with Clip Art

Microsoft: Office 2010-POWERPOINT
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The _____ contains areas where you can view and enter document properties.
Document Information Panel
The _____ pane at the bottom of the window is an area where you can type notes and additional information.
Notes
_____ are words or phrases that further describe the document.
Keywords
The default slide layout is in _____ orientation.
landscape
The default document theme is _____.
Office Theme
In normal view, you can adjust the width of the Slide pane by dragging the _____.
splitter bar
_____ includes such information as the project author, title or subject.
Document properties
The boxes with dotted borders that are displayed on new slides are _____ for text.
placeholders
When making a presentation, you should use _____.
Slide Show view
Once you have created at least two slides, a _____ will appear on the right edge of the window.
scroll bar
Standard _____ are associated with all Microsoft documents.
properties
A _____ appears in the Slide pane so you can move from slide to slide easily.
vertical scroll bar
A paragraph is a segment of text with the same format, that is started and ended by pressing the _____ key.
Enter
The _____ task pane allows you to search for clips by using keywords.
Clip Art
The _____ shows the number and title of the slide you are about to display.
slide indicator
A _____ is a list of paragraphs, each of which is preceded by a bullet.
bulleted list
A _____ is a position within a structure that indicates magnitude of importance.
level
A slide that consists of more then one level of bulleted text is called a _____ slide.
multi-level bulleted list
_____ computing involves reducing the environment waste generated when using a computer.
Green
_____ is creating a lower-level paragraph.
Demoting
When dragging slides to different locations in your presentation, a _____ indicates where the slide will move.
blue horizontal bar
To select a paragraph, you can _____ .
triple click it
_____ text has a slanted appearance.
Italicized
Creating a higher-level paragraph is called _____ .
promoting
The _____ view is the default view that allows you to work in three working areas simultaneously.
Normal
The _____ introduces the presentation to the audience.
Title Slide
The _____ pane shows a large view of the current slide on the right side of the window.
Slide
Changing the order of slides is best performed in the _____ pane.
Slide
When moving a clip with the arrow keys, press the _____ key while you press the arrow keys to move in smaller increments.
CTRL
A point is _____ of an inch in height.
1/72
_____ are used to arrange content on a slide.
Layouts
_____ is the appearance of typed characters.
Format
Using the _____ you can choose a slide layout.
Layout gallery
A slide _____ is a special animation effect used to progress from one slide to the next in a slide show.
transition
The _____ is the mode in which the presentation appears in the screen.
view
A _____ is information that exists on a physical medium such as paper.
hardcopy
_____ defines the appearance and shape of the letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and symbols.
Font
_____ defines the hues of the characters.
Color
_____ specifies the height of the characters.
Size
When the mouse appears as a _____ you can drag the sizing handle to re-size a graphic.
Which of the following file formats does PowerPoint recognize?
Joint Photographic Format,
Graphics Interchange Format, and
Flash Pix
To manually move through a slide show, click the _____.
Page Down key,
mouse button, and
Right arrow key
To make your PowerPoint presentation more impressive you can add _____ .
tables,
video, and
sound
The document theme sets the _____ of the presentation.
color scheme,
font and font size, and
layout
The Microsoft Clip Organizer contains _____ .
sounds,
photos, and
videos
Automatically updated document properties include _____ .
the date you change a file,
the date you create a file, and
the file size
PowerPoint allows you to wrap text around which of the following?
None of the above
Picture,
Chart, nor
Table