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CGS1000-Powerpoint

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The primary editing view in PowerPoint where the user can write and design presentations is?
Normal view.
PowerPoint's ________ is displayed below the Slide pane and provides an area for the user to enter information concerning the active slide
Notes pane
A large image of the active slide is displayed in
Notes pane
The ________ displays the presentation either in the form of thumbnails or as an outline.
Slides/Outline pane.
The current slide number, number of slides in the presentation, and theme are among the items displayed in the
Status bar. I think?
The ________ provides an introduction to the topic covered in the presentation.
Title slide.
A PowerPoint presentation is made up of one or more ________ that can contain text, pictures, tables, charts, and other objects.
Slides
A ________ is a box on a slide with dashed or dotted borders that holds titles and body text, or other content such as charts, tables, or pictures.
Placeholders
A set of unified design elements that provides a look for a presentation by applying colors, fonts, and effects is called a(n)
Theme.
________ is the process of changing the contents of a slide or adding slides to or deleting slides from the presentation.
Editing
A(n) ________ is the arrangement of elements, such as title and subtitle text, lists, pictures, tables, charts, shapes, and movies on a slide.
Layout.
________ are used to organize text and are identified by the bullet style, indentation, and the size of the text.
List levels.
When ________ surround a picture, the user knows that the picture is selected and can be modified or formatted.
Sizing Handles
The ________ appears above the selected picture and provides a way to rotate the image.
Rotation Handles
A ________ is a collection of formatting options that you can apply to a picture, text, or an object.
Style
Pictures can be made to look like sketches or paintings by applying
Artistic effects.
A ________ is displayed after the last slide of the presentation and indicates that the presentation is over.
Black Slide
A ________ is text that prints at the top of each sheet of slide handouts or notes pages.
Header
A ________ is text that displays at the bottom of every slide or that prints at the bottom of each sheet of slide handouts or notes pages.
Footer
Printed images of slides on a piece of paper are called
Slide Handouts
________ are printouts that show the slide image on the top of the page and the notes that have been created on the bottom of the page.
Notes Pages
The ________ command allows you to locate all occurrences of specified text and replace it with alternative text.
Replace
Changing the appearance of the text, layout, and design of a slide is called
Formatting
The horizontal placement of text within a placeholder is called
Text Alignment
Left, right, centered, and justified are examples of
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A title slide contains two placeholder elements:
The title and the subtitle.
________ displays thumbnails of all of the slides in a presentation.
Slide Sorter View
can be used to rearrange and delete slides and to apply formatting to multiple slides at one time.
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The motion effects that occur when moving from one slide to the next during a presentation are called
Slide transitions.
PowerPoint's ________ displays a presentation in a similar manner to a slide show, but the taskbar, title bar, and status bar remain visible in the presentation window.
Reading View
Changing bulleted and numbered list styles on a slide is an example of
....
A box that appears on a slide with dotted or hatch-marked borders where text, charts, tables, or pictures can be placed is called a(n)
Placeholder
When you see a ________ border around a placeholder, you know you can edit the placeholder text.
....
A ________ border around a placeholder means that any formatting commands will be applied to all of the text within the placeholder.
....
The color of the numbers in a numbered list is determined by the presentation
Theme
You can customize a bullet by changing any of the following EXCEPT
...
A button that turns a feature on and off is called a ________ button.
Toggle
A ________ is a single media file including art, sound, animation, or movies.
clip
When you use the Clip Art command on the Ribbon to insert clip art, PowerPoint inserts the image
...
When an object is selected, it is surrounded by ________, which allow you to change the size of the object...
Sizing Handles
An image can be resized by using the Shape Height and Shape Width boxes on the Format tab or by using the
Sizing Handles
The ________ feature reduces the size of a picture by removing vertical or horizontal edges.
Crop
Pointing to an image in the Clip Art pane causes a ________ to display that indicates the keywords and information about the size of the image.
Screentip
If you wish to constrain an object's movement to a straight line either vertically or horizontally, you should hold down the ________ key while dragging the object.
...
An object that allows you to position text anywhere on the slide is called a
Text Box
________ are displayed as dotted horizontal and vertical lines and indicate the pointer's position.
Ruler guides
Lines, arrows, stars, banners, ovals, and rectangles are examples of ________ that are used to illustrate an idea, a process, or a workflow.
Shape
) When the ________ displays, you know you can draw a shape
Crosshair pointer
________ can be applied to clip art, shapes, and text boxes to complement slide backgrounds and colors.
.....
The inside color of text or of an object is called the
Fill Color
The ________ provides predefined combinations of fill colors and line colors that can applied to shapes
....
The ________ softens and blurs the outer edge of the selected picture so that it blends into the slide background.
Soft Edges effect
PowerPoint's ________ removes unwanted portions of a picture so the picture does not appear as a self-contained rectangle.
Background Removal feature.
________ is a gallery of text styles that includes effects such as mirrored or shadowed text,
Wordart
WordArt objects are surrounded by ________ when selected.
Sizing Handles
In a ________ graphic you can include text and pictures and you can apply colors, effects, and styles that coordinate with the presentation theme.
Smart Art
The SmartArt graphic type ________ should be used to show a continual process.
....
To show a timeline, you should use the SmartArt graphic.
Process
To show proportional relationships with the largest component on the top or bottom, use the SmartArt graphic type.
Pyrmaid
Use the SmartArt graphic type ________ if you want to illustrate connections.
Hierarchy.
The ________ graphic type used in a SmartArt graphic shows how parts relate to the whole.
Matrix
Combinations of formatting effects that can be applied to SmartArt graphics are called.
Smart Art Styles
________ are a set of coordinating colors that are applied to the backgrounds, objects, and text in a presentation.
Theme Colors
A presentation's ________ determine the fonts applied to two types of slide text: headings and body.
Theme Fonts
A presentation's ________ is applied to the slide titles.
Heading Fonts
A presentation's ________ is applied to all text except the slide titles.
Body Font
A(n) ________ is a sound or visual effect added to an object or text on a slide.
Animation
An animation that highlights an object or text that is already displayed is called a(n).
Emphasis effect.
Animations that bring a slide element onto the screen are called.
Entrance Effect
A(n) ________ is used to move an object off the screen.
Exit Effect
In the Animation group, the ________ control the direction and sequence in which an animation plays.
....
Using ________ allows you to indicate an animation should begin either on the click of the mouse, at the same time as the previous animation, or after the previous animation has finished.
Timing Option
________ controls the speed of an animation.
Duration
You ________ a video to make it shorter.
Trim
A video can be restored to its original color by using the ________ option.
No recolor
To help reduce the size of your PowerPoint presentation, you can ________ a video file.
...
The ________ section of a video timeline indicates the portion of the video that has been trimmed.
Gray
The ________ section of a video timeline indicates the portion of the video that will play during the slide show.
....
A ________ is for information that can be organized into rows and columns.
Table
A ________ is where a row and a column intersect.
Cell
When entering data into a table, pressing the ________ key moves the insertion point to the next cell on the same row or, if the insertion point is in the last cell of the row, to the first cell of the next row.
Tab
When the insertion point is in the last cell of the table, pressing the ________ key will create a new blank row at the bottom of the table.
Tab
Which of the following is NOT a color category within table styles?
Primary
An entire table can be formatted using a ________, which formats the table so it is consistent with the presentation theme.
Table Style
PowerPoint's ________ command adjusts the height of the rows in a table so they are all equal.
Distribute Rows
A chart that is created in PowerPoint is stored as ________ that is incorporated into the PowerPoint file.
An Excel Worksheet
A ________ is a graphic representation of numeric data.
Chart
A ________ identifies the patterns or colors assigned to the data series in the chart.
Legend
A ________ identifies the row and column that form the cell.
....
A value that originates in a worksheet cell is called a
Legend
Columns, bars, dots, or pie slices that represent a single data point in a chart are called
Data Marker
A data series is a related set of
Data Points
Each ________ is represented by a color or pattern represented in the chart legend.
Data Series
A ________ is useful for illustrating comparisons among related numbers.
Column Chart