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Working with Themes in Powerpoint Test

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Working with Themes in Powerpoint Test

1) Which of the following is not an element associated with themes in PowerPoint?

a) Image types.
b) Color schemes.
c) Font types.
d) All of the above are elements associated with themes in PowerPoint.

Free Microsoft PowerPoint Tests - Getting Started -  Working with Themes in Powerpoint Test - Question 2

2) Study the screenshot above.  PowerPoint comes packed with scores of predesigned themes.  Is there any way of getting a preview of what each theme will look like when applied to your slides before actually applying the theme?
a) No, this is not possible.  You have to apply a theme by clicking on it and then review your slides to see what the theme looks like.
b) Yes, it is possible.  You can preview what the theme will look like by clicking on the Preview Theme button in Themes Panel.
c) Yes, it is possible.  By hovering your mouse cursor over a theme, Live Preview will show you what the theme looks like applied to your presentation without having to apply it.
d) None of the above options are correct.


3) Jamie has applied a theme called Autumn to her presentation.  The background of the theme is autumn leaves and it is obscuring part of her text.  Is there any way she can ensure the leaves are only displayed on certain slides, but not others?
a) Yes, she simply needs to go to the slides she does not wish to have the leaves displayed on, and delete the leaf graphics.
b) No, unfortunately a theme is applied to an entire presentation.  You cannot modify part of the theme for certain slides only.
c) She can copy the theme as an image and insert it to specific slides only as a background instead of a theme.
d) In the Background group she can tick the Hide Background Graphics box to hide the graphics on selected slides.

4) Under which of the following tabs on the Ribbon would you find the Themes Gallery from which you can select a pre-designed theme to apply to your presentation?
a) The Themes Gallery is located under the Insert tab on the Ribbon.
b) The Themes Gallery is located under the Design tab on the Ribbon.
c) The Themes Gallery is located under the Transitions tab on the Ribbon.
d) All of the above options are correct. The Themes Gallery is available under all of the above.

Free Microsoft PowerPoint Tests - Getting Started -  Working with Themes in Powerpoint Test - Question 5

5) Study the screenshot above.  Casey selected the Angles theme from the Themes Gallery.  Is it possible for her to change the theme's color from orange and blue to green?
a) Yes, by clicking on the Colors button in the Themes group under the Design tab, she can select a green color scheme. 
b) Yes, by clicking on the Background Styles button in the Background group under the Design tab, she can select a green background.
c) No, the color scheme is built into the theme and cannot be changed.  She will need to change the theme to a green theme.
d) Yes, by clicking on the different parts of the background to select it and change the color of each to green.

6) How can you go about setting up your own theme design for PowerPoint should you, for example, wish to have your own company color branding, font and other style elements incorporated and used as a theme by all staff?
a) PowerPoint comes with pre-designed themes which you can modify, but you cannot create completely new themes.
b) You can create a PowerPoint presentation incorporating the elements and then use the slides you create as a template.
c) Create the theme in PowerPoint incorporating the font, background and color elements desired.  Select Save the Current Theme to save the theme for future use.
d) Create the theme in PowerPoint incorporating the font, background and color elements desired.  Click on File and then Save As and select Theme from the Save as Type.

Free Microsoft PowerPoint Tests - Getting Started -  Working with Themes in Powerpoint Test - Question 7
7) Study the screenshot above.  What is the purpose of the Effects button (circled in yellow) in the Themes group?
a) The Effects button, when pressed, offers animation effects for elements on the current slide.
b) The Effects button, when pressed, offers built in formatting effects for graphical element such as smart art, shapes and graphs.
c) The Effects button, when pressed, offers collections of shapes in different colors to choose from and insert in your slides.
d) None of the above options are correct.

8) Which of the following elements will be affected if you select a different theme to apply to a slideshow presentation?
a) Tables will change color.
b) Fonts applied will change in type and size.
c) Shapes will change color.
d) All of the above options are correct.


9) Cathy's boss has asked her to change the font on all 78 slides of a presentation that is needed in 10 minutes.  Which of the following is the quickest course of action for Cathy?
a) Select all the slides in the presentation and change the font by selecting the desired font in the Font group under the Home tab.
b) Quickly work through the slides changing the fonts for each slide individually to the desired font.
c) Select the desired font from the Font list in the Themes Gallery to apply to the entire presentation.
d) None of the above options are correct.

10) Is it possible to apply multiple themes to the same PowerPoint presentation?
a) No, it is not possible to apply different themes to the same presentation. 
b) Yes, it is possible to apply different themes to the same presentation by modifying a theme to look different for the desired slides.
c) Yes, it is possible to apply different themes to the same presentation by using section breaks between sets of slides.
d) Yes, it is possible to apply different themes to the same presentation by selecting the slides to apply a theme to.