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Avoiding Poor Slide Design PowerPoint Test

MS Office 2010 - Working with Slides
Free PowerPoint Online Test

* Consistent Slide Design
* Font Style Sheets for Presentations
* How many lines per slide?


10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations

Avoiding Poor Slide Design PowerPoint Test

Questions 1 - Working with Slides - Avoiding Poor Slide Design - PowerPoint Test
1) Study the slide in the screenshot above.  Which of the following design elements do you think is most problematic on this slide:

a) The font color and size. 
b) The number of bullet points (five).
c) The amount of text the slide contains.
d) The font type used (sans serif).
2) Which of the following statements are incorrect?
a) You can use different fonts in a presentation, as long as they are consistently used and limited to around three fonts.
b) You can use different colors in a presentation, as long as they are consistently used.
c) You can use an unlimited number of different fonts and colors, as long as they are on different slides in a presentation.
d) You can use a different font size for headings, subheadings and bullet points on a slide. 


Questions 3 - Working with Slides - Avoiding Poor Slide Design - PowerPoint Test
3) Study the screenshot above.  Is the font used on this slide serif or sans serif?
a) The font is sans serif.
b) The font is serif.
c) The font is a combination of serif and sans serif.
d) The font is neither serif nor sans serif.

4) What is the recommended number of lines or bullet points each slide in a presentation should contain?
a) Eight to ten lines or bullet points per slide.
b) Two or more lines or bullet points per slide.
c) Four to five lines or bullet points per slide.
d) Unlimited number of lines as long as each line does not contain more than five words.

5) Under which tab on the Ribbon will you find settings to change the color, font and background themes for slides?
a) Under the Format tab.
b) Under the Design tab.
c) Under the Insert Tab.
d) Under the Slide Show Tab.

6) Hyperlinks in a presentation appear in blue font by default.  Which of the following steps represent actions to change the font color of all hyperlinks in a presentation?
a) Click on the Home tab and select a different color in the Font color group.
b) Click on the Design tab and select a different color from the Colors button in the Themes group.
c) Click on the Design tab, from the Colors menu select Create New Theme Colors and change the Hyperlink color.
d) Click on the Design tab, from the Fonts menu select Create New Theme Font and change the Hyperlink color.

7) What is a font style sheet?
a) It is a separate guide you create that details the font types, sizes and colors of different content types in a presentation.
b) It is all the font colors, sizes and types contained on a single slide in a presentation.
c) It is the built in font styles and combinations you find in the Themes group under the Design tab.
d) It is the list of fonts that are available in the Font dropdown list under the Home tab.

8) What are Horizon, Civic, Clarity, Apothecary and Angles, examples of?
a) These are the names of individual PowerPoint fonts that you can use.
b) These are the names of PowerPoint templates you can use.
c) These are the names of PowerPoint themes you can use.
d) These are the names of PowerPoint backgrounds you can use.

9) Ronald applied a built-in theme to his presentation, but does not like the theme font.  What should he do?
a) Choose a different theme with a font that he likes better.
b) Select all the slides in the presentation and apply a more desirable font.
c) Select the first instance of the font in the presentation and apply a more desirable font.
d) Select a more desirable font for the theme from the Fonts list in the Themes gallery.

10) What is the recommendation for number of fonts to use in a single presentation?
a) There is no recommendation on the number of fonts, but rather on the number of bullet points and/or text on each slide.
b) The recommendation is three font types or less.
c) The recommendation is at least three font types, but preferably more.
d) The recommendation is to use only one font type, size and color throughout the presentation.