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Working with Text in PowerPoint Test

MS Office 2010 - Working with Slides
Free PowerPoint Online Test

* Inserting Text
* Selecting and Formatting Text
* Cut, Copy & Paste Text
* Rotating Text


10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations

Working with Text in PowerPoint Test

1) To add text to a blank slide in PowerPoint, which of the following actions are needed?

a) Nothing is needed, type directly into the blank slide.
b) You need to right-click the blank slide and select Add Text from the menu list.
c) You need to insert a Text Box, shape or table first before you can add text to a slide.
d) All of the above options are correct.
2) Which of the following is NOT a shortcut key associated with Cut, Copy or Paste?
a) Ctrl+X
b) Ctrl+P
c) Ctrl+V
d) Ctrl+C

Questions 3 - Working with Slides - Working with Text in PowerPoint Test
3) Study the screenshot above.  How can you replicate the position of the Text Box on this slide, i.e. diagonally across the screen?
a) Use the Word Art function and select the diagonal text option.
b) Use the rotation handle on a Text Box to rotate the text diagonally.
c) Insert the text as a diagonal image that is automatically at the right angle.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.


4) What is the purpose of the Office Clipboard and how do you activate it?
a) The Office Clipboard stores items that you cut or copy for pasting at a later stage.  To use it, launch the Clipboard by clicking on the launcher button in the right-hand corner of the Clipboard group.
b) The Office Clipboard stores notes about your presentation for later reference.  To use it, launch the Clipboard by clicking on the launcher button in the right-hand corner of the Clipboard group.
c) The Office Clipboard is an outline option for creating an outline of your slides.  To use it, click on the Insert tab and select Clipboard from the Header & Footer group.
d) The Clipboard works in the background storing all items that you cut or copy.  It does not need any activation.  As soon as you copy more than two items, the Clipboard will open.

5) If you want to paste text copied from a document, webpage or another PowerPoint presentation, so that the copied text is formatted the same as the text where you are pasting it, which Paste Special option should you select?
a) You can just press Paste, it will automatically paste the text in the same format as the surrounding text.
b) You need to select Keep Source Formatting to ensure the text is formatted the same as the surrounding text.
c) You need to select Use Destination Theme to ensure the text is formatted the same as the surrounding text.
d) You need to select Paste Special to ensure the text is formatted the same as the surrounding text.


Questions 6 - Working with Slides - Working with Text in PowerPoint Test

6) Study the screenshot above.  What is the function of the button that is circled in yellow?

a) This is the Text Direction button.  Click on it to change the direction of text in the Text Box.
b) This is the Paragraph Formatting button.  Click on it to change the line spacing of paragraphs in a Text Box.
c) This is the Text Box Spread Tool.  Click on it to ensure your text is spaced out to fill the entire Text Box.
d) This is the Text Box Alignment button.  Click on it to align text within a Text Box and ensure different text boxes do not overlap.

7) How can you format text within a specific Text Box?
a) Double click the text box, select all the text within the Text Box and then select the relevant formatting options to apply.
b) Click the outline of the Text Box and then select the relevant formatting options to apply.
c) Right-click the Text Box, select Edit Text from the menu list and then select the relevant formatting options to apply.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

8) If you have to create a slideshow that contain multiple slides, each with a heading and around five bullet points, which of the following options will allow you to do this quickest?
a) Insert a slide and a Text Box and then copy it over every time you need to create the next slide.
b) Insert the needed number of slides and then copy and paste text boxes on to each slide.
c) Use the Outline panel to type the text for all your slides.
d) Use the Slide Sorter View to quickly insert, move and add new slides.



9) Using shapes on a PowerPoint slide is useful not only for making your content attractive, but could also aid in making your points more memorable.  How do you add text to a PowerPoint shape?
a) After inserting the shape, just start typing the text.
b) After inserting the shape, insert a Text Box over the shape containing the text.
c) Insert a Text Box and then insert a shape around the Text Box.
d) All of the above options are correct.

10) What do the shortcut combinations: Shift+Alt+Up Arrow and Shift+Alt+Down Arrow, achieve?
a) These move Text Boxes or shapes upwards or down to a new position.
b) These rotate Text Boxes or shapes at 180 degrees.
c) These move slides up or down in the order of the presentation.
d) These move bullet points up or down within a Text Box.