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Slide Basics PowerPoint Test

MS Office 2010 - Working with Slides
Free PowerPoint Online Test

* Inserting Slides
* Deleting Slides
* Changing the Slide Order
* Understanding Content Placeholders
* Selecting and Changing Slide Layout


10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations

Slide Basics PowerPoint Test

Questions 1 - Working with Slides - Slide Basics - PowerPoint Test
1) Study the screenshot above.  How many slides does this presentation contain in total?

a) The presentation contains six slides.
b) The presentation contains seven slides.
c) The presentation contains ten slides.
d) It is impossible to tell from the screenshot alone how many slides the presentation contains.
2) Which of the following is NOT a method for making a duplicate of an existing slide?
a) Using the shortcut combination: Ctrl+C to copy a selected slide and Ctrl+V to paste the copied slide.
b) Right-click a slide and select Copy from the menu list.  Press the Paste button in the Clipboard group to paste the copied slide.
c) Using the shortcut combination: Ctrl+C to copy a selected slide and Ctrl+P to paste the copied slide.
d) Right-click a slide and select Duplicate Slide from the menu list. 

Questions 3 - Working with Slides - Slide Basics - PowerPoint Test
3) Study the screenshot above.  What is this view called and what is it useful for?
a) It is the Slide Sorter View, which is useful for reorganizing the order slides appear in, in a presentation.
b) It is the Slide Organizer View, which is useful for organizing slides into groups and sections.
c) It is the Slide Layout View, which is useful for organizing the layout of slides.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

Questions 4 - Working with Slides - Slide Basics - PowerPoint Test
4) Study the screenshot above.  Which slide type or slide layout must you select to achieve the layout represented by the content placeholders?
a) Select the Content with Caption option.
b) Select the Two Content option.
c) Select the Title and Content option.
d) Select the Parallel and Heading option.


5) Which of the following is NOT a Content Placeholder type?
a) A content placeholder for text including headings. 
b) A content placeholder for tables and charts.
c) A content placeholder for images, photos and SmartArt.
d) All of the above are options represent valid content placeholder types in PowerPoint.

6) Should you wish to add text to a blank slide in PowerPoint, which of the following actions do you need to take first?
a) Click in the slide and start typing.
b) Right-click the slide and select Add Content from the menu list.
c) Insert a textbox to add text to.
d) All of the above options are correct.

7) What is the purpose of the Reset button in the Slides group?
a) It resets the position, size and formatting of the content placeholders on a slide to their default settings.
b) It resets any content such as text, tables and images on a slide to their default settings.
c) It resets all the slides in a presentation to the default template style and layout.
d) None of the options listed above are correct.

8) How do you insert a new blank slide (without any content placeholders) into a presentation?
a) Using the shortcut combination: Ctrl+N to insert a new slide.
b) Right-clicking any side in the Slide Pane in the presentation and selecting New Slide from the menu list.
c) Clicking on the New Slide icon in the Slides group.
d) Selecting Blank from the New Slide gallery in the Slides group.



9) How do you delete slides that are no longer required?
a) Click and drag unwanted slides off of the Slide Pane to remove them.
b) Hold down the Ctrl key while selecting slides to delete.  Press Delete on your keyboard.
c) Open the Slide Sorter view and drag slides that are not being used into a different presentation.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

Questions 10 - Working with Slides - Slide Basics - PowerPoint Test
10) Study the screenshot above.  To insert a copied slide between the current slides 1 and 2, where must you position your cursor before pressing the Paste button?
a) Select Slide 1 and then press Paste.  This will make the pasted slide the new Slide 2 in the presentation.
b) Select Slide 2 and then press Paste.  This will make the pasted slide the new Slide 2 in the presentation.
c) Position your cursor between the current Slide 1 and 2 before pressing Paste.
d) All of the options listed above are incorrect.