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Using the File Tab: The Backstage View Test

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MS Office 2010 - Getting Started

* The Backstage Area
* Saving a Presentation
* Recent Places
* Printing a Presentation


10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers & Answer Explanations

Using the File Tab: The Backstage View Test

Free Microsoft PowerPoint Tests - Getting Started -  Using the File Tab: The Backstage View Test - Question 1
1) Study the screenshot above.  Which of the options below best describes the view type selected in this screenshot?

a) This is called the Slide Show View.  It provides information, printing and saving options.
b) This is called the Behind the Scenes View.  It provides information, printing and saving options.
c) This is called the Backstage View.  It provides information, printing and saving options.
d) None of the above options are correct.
2) You can save a PowerPoint presentation in multiple formats depending on what the slides will be used for.  Which of the following is NOT a file format available in PowerPoint?
a) Saving as a shareable un-editable document: PDF (Portable Document Format).
b) Saving as a watchable video: Windows Media Video.
c) Saving as an image: jpeg, gif or png file.
d) As an executable list of slides in Excel: .xls file.
3) Which of the following is the shortcut to quickly save a PowerPoint presentation?
a) Pressing Ctrl+Shift+S will save the slides.
b) Pressing Ctrl+S will save the slides.
c) Pressing F12 will save the slides.
d) Pressing Shift+S will save the slides.

4) Jessica created two PowerPoint presentations the previous week but now cannot find where they are saved.  She could use the Search function built into Windows to try and locate them, but she is not sure what she named them either.  Is there a quick solution available to her?
a) If she clicks on Recent in the Backstage View, she will have a list of Recent Presentations visible from which she may be able to identify her missing presentations.
b) If she clicks on the Find button under the Home tab, she can search for key words to locate the missing presentations.
c) If she uses the shortcut: Ctrl+F, she can search for key words to locate the missing presentations.
d) All of the above options are correct.

Free Microsoft PowerPoint Tests - Getting Started -  Using the File Tab: The Backstage View Test - Question 5

5) Study the screenshot above.  What is the purpose of the area circled in yellow?
a) This is called the Slide View.  This area is used to add text, images and other content to individual slides.
b) This is called the Notes Page View.  It shows the text contained on a slide without themes and images.
c) This is called the Outline Panel.  It is used to add text to slides without themes and images getting in the way.
d) This is called the Print Preview.  It shows what a slide will look like when printed.

6) Which of the following options list the actions to save an existing PowerPoint file saved as a .pptx to a format that will ensure it is launched as a PowerPoint show when opened?
a) File – Save As – Save as Type – PowerPoint Show – OK
b) File – Save – Save as Type – PowerPoint Show – OK
c) File – Select Format – PowerPoint Show – Convert - OK
d) None of the above options are correct.

7) How do you exit the Backstage View?
a) Press the Escape key on your keyboard to exit the Backstage View.
b) Click on the Home tab to exit the Backstage View.
c) Click on the View tab to exit the Backstage View.
d) All of the above options are correct.

8) Which of the following options is NOT available in the Backstage View?
a) Options to save your presentation.
b) Options to print your presentation.
c) Options to add animations and/or transitions to slides in your presentation.
d) All of the options above are available in the Backstage View.


9) In which area of the Backstage View will you be able to find information about who created a Presentation and when they created it?
a) You need to close the Presentation, right-click the presentation and select Properties to view author and creation date information.
b) Click on the Info button in the Backstage View.  The author and date created, as well as other information about the Presentation, will be displayed.
c) Click on the Save As button.  In the Save As dialogue box, the author and date created will be displayed.
d) All of the above options are correct.
Free Microsoft PowerPoint Tests - Getting Started -  Using the File Tab: The Backstage View Test - Question 10
10) Study the screenshot above.  What is the function (if any) of the pushpin icons (circled in yellow)?
a) The blue pins indicate files that are currently open or in use.
b) The blue pins indicate files that are frequently used in the Recent Presentations list.
c) The blue pins indicate files that have been placed on the Recent Presentations list permanently.
d) The blue pins indicate files that have been marked as important in the Recent Presentations list.