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PowerPoint Views Test

MS Office 2010 - Getting Started
Free Online PowerPoint Tests

Normal View - Slide Sorter - Notes Page
Reading View - Master Views
Slide Show View and Presenter View

10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations

Microsoft PowerPoint Views Test

Free Microsoft PowerPoint Tests - Getting Started -  PowerPoint Views Test - Question 1
1) Study the screenshot above. Which view type do you think this is and what is it most useful for?

a) It is called the Outline View and is perfect for viewing all the slides in a presentation.
b) It is called the Slide View and is perfect for reorganizing slides in a presentation.
c) It is called the Slide Sorter and is perfect for reorganizing slides in a presentation.
d) It is called the Slide Master and is perfect for viewing all the slides in a presentation.
2) Which of the following view types is best for viewing a completed slideshow?
a) The Reading View.
b) The Normal View.
c) The Slide Play All View.
d) The Slide Show View.


3) To create template slides, styles and layout for slides, which of the following view types would work best?
a) The Slide Master.
b) The Handout Master.
c) The Design View.
d) None of the above options are correct.

4) In which view type can you access the Slides and Outline panels?
a) The Reading View.
b) The Normal View.
c) The Notes Page View.
d) The Slide Sorter View.

Free Microsoft PowerPoint Tests - Getting Started -  PowerPoint Views Test - Question 5

5) Study the screenshot above.  Which view type is this and how is it activated?
a) The Notes Page.  Under the View tab click on the Notes Page button in the Presentation Views group.
b) The Reading View.  Under the View tab click on the Reading View button in the Presentation Views group.
c) The Slide Show View.  Under the Slide Show tab click on the From Beginning or From Current Slide buttons.
d) The Presenter View.  Under the Slide Show tab, tick the box for Use Presenter View in the Monitors group.  Click on the From Beginning or From Current Slide buttons.

6) Which view type(s) in PowerPoint makes provision for adding notes to slides?
a) The Normal as well as the Notes Page View.
b) The Notes Page View only.
c) The Normal View only.
d) Neither the Normal nor the Notes Page views allow the adding of notes to a presentation.


7) How do you exit the Reading View?
a) Click on File and then select Exit from the menu.
b) Press Ctrl+E to exit the view.
c) Press the Close Reading View button to exit the view.
d) Press the Escape key on your keyboard.

8) Which of the following elements CANNOT be added to presentation notes in the Notes Page view?
a) You cannot add charts, such as bar graphs and pie charts, to the presentation notes in the Notes Page view.
b) You cannot add bullets and numbering to the presentation notes in the Notes Page view.
c) You cannot add tables to the presentation notes in the Notes Page view.
d) None of the above options are correct.


9) Louise has opened a slideshow presentation sent to her by a colleague.  When she clicks on From Beginning under the Slide Show tab, the slide show starts but does not progress past the first page which only contains a title.  Can you help her?
a) There is only one slide in the presentation, the title slide.  Her colleague has clearly made a mistake.
b) She needs to use her mouse to click to transition to the next slide.
c) She needs to exit the presentation and play it in the Presenter View to view all the slides in the presentation.
d) She needs to exit the presentation and ensure she clicked From Beginning and not From Current Slide.
Free Microsoft PowerPoint Tests - Getting Started -  PowerPoint Views Test - Question 10
10) Study the screenshot above.  In which View type would you expect to find this aspect/element?
a) The screenshot above is part of the Notes Page view.
b) The screenshot above is part of the Normal view.
c) The screenshot above is part of the Master Notes view.
d) The screenshot above is part of the Slide Show view.