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The PowerPoint  Screen Test

Free Online PowerPoint Tests
MS Office 2010 - Getting Started

The Ribbon and Tabs - The Quick Access Toolbar
Slides and Outline Tabs - Slide Notes Area - The Status Bar


10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations


The PowerPoint  Screen Test

1) Which of the following is NOT a tab found on the PowerPoint Ribbon?

a) The Review tab.
b) The View Tab.
c) The Page Layout Tab.
d) The Insert Tab.

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2) Study the screenshot of a part of the PowerPoint screen and Ribbon above.  What is the function of the small arrow (circled in yellow) in the bottom right-hand corner of the Font group?
a) This is called a Dialogue Box Launcher.  Clicking it in the Font group will launch a dialogue box with more Font options.
b) This is called a Ribbon Expander button.  It enlarges the visible area of the Ribbon and display hidden buttons.
c) This is called a Group Expander button.  You can drag it to make the Font group bigger.
d) None of the above options are correct.

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3) Study the screenshot above.  What do you think is the purpose of the area circled in yellow above?
a) It is used to add text to each slide.  After you press enter, the text will appear on the slide in the main screen.
b) It is used to name each slide in a presentation.  For example, the slide on display above is called: Don't give in....
c) It is used to add speaker notes to each slide that the presenter will use during the presentation to prompt and guide them.
d) None of the above options are correct.

4) The Slides Area is located on the left-hand side of the screen and contains thumbnails of each slide in a presentation.  Which of the following actions can be performed using the Slides Area?
a) It can be used to move slides around to change the sequence of slides, by simply dragging slides to a new position.
b) It can be used to duplicate slides from the Presentation, by right-clicking a slide and selecting Duplicate Slide from the list.
c) It can be used to delete slides from a presentation, by right-clicking and selecting Delete Slide from the list.
d) All of the above options are correct.


5) Laurie often needs to print, change page set-up and spellcheck slides.  She hates having to search for these function buttons in different places on the Ribbon every time she wishes to use them.  What is the solution?
a) She could add the buttons for the above functions to the Quick Ribbon Status Bar at the bottom of the screen.
b) She could add the buttons for the above functions to the Quick Access Toolbar at the top left-hand corner of the screen.
c) She could create shortcuts on her desktop for the above functions to ensure quick access.
d) She could add all of the above functions to the Status Bar at the bottom of the PowerPoint screen.


6) Where on the PowerPoint Ribbon will you find the Spelling Check function?
a) Under the Language and Proofing tab on the Ribbon.
b) Under the View tab on the Ribbon.
c) There is no Spelling Check function in PowerPoint as we are dealing with slides, not a document.
d) Under the Review tab on the Ribbon.

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7) Study the screenshot above.  Charles leaned over his laptop to answer the telephone and now all the buttons on the Ribbon has disappeared although the tab names are still visible.  What happened and what is the solution?
a) He has deleted the Ribbon.  He needs to close PowerPoint and re-open the program.
b) The slide view is set to Zoom.  He needs to zoom out of the slide in order to get the Ribbon back.
c) The Ribbon is minimized.  He needs to right-click the tabs still visible and click on: Minimize the Ribbon, to deselect it.
d) The Ribbon is disabled.  He needs to click on File, launch Options and find the Display Ribbon function.



8) What is the purpose of the Status Bar in PowerPoint?
a) It gives information about the slideshow such as slide number, theme applied and language.
b) It gives information about the status of publication of slides in a presentation.
c) It shows you how close to completion a slideshow is.
d) None of the above options are correct.


9) Under which tab will you find options to preview and play all the slides, including transitions and animations, in a presentation?
a) Under the Home tab click on the Play button to preview all the slides in the presentation.
b) Under the Slide Show tab click on the From Beginning button in the Start Slide Show group.
c) Under the Preview tab, select the View Slideshow option and choose a timed duration for your presentation.
d) Under the View tab, click on the From Beginning button in the Start Slide Show group.

10) Is it possible to view the text contained on slides only without the graphics and backgrounds?
a) Yes, go to the View tab and select Notes Page.  This will display the heading and bullets on each slide only.
b) No, it is not possible to view it on the screen, but you can print out a presentation as Notes only in order to review the text.
c) Yes, remove the backgrounds and any graphics by changing the Design Theme of the slideshow to Blank or Plain.
d) Yes, click on the Outline Tab in the Slides Area.  This panel will display the headings, bullets and text contained on each slide only.