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Using the Outline View in PowerPoint Test

MS Office 2010 - Working with Slides
Free PowerPoint Online Test

* Insert and Edit Slides in the Outline View
* Move or Delete Slides in the Outline View
* Import an Outline from Microsoft Word
* Print an Outline in PowerPoint

10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations

Using the Outline View in PowerPoint Test

Question 1 - PowerPoint Test - Using the Outline View in PowerPoint
1) Study the screenshot above.  How do you access this view in PowerPoint?

a) Click on View and Select Outline View in the Presentations Views group.
b) Press Ctrl+V to change the view types until you get to the Outline View.
c) Click on the Outline tab on the Slides panel.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.
2) Demoting and promoting bullets to different levels is an important part of working in the Outline view.  Which shortcut(s) below will allow you to do this?
a) Shift+Tab to promote and Ctrl+Tab to demote a bullet level.
b) Ctrl+Shift+Tab to promote and Tab to demote a bullet level.
c) Space Bar to promote and Tab to demote a bullet level.
d) Tab to promote a level and Backspace to demote a level. 
3) To import an outline of a presentation that you typed and saved into a Word document, you must:
a) Import it by clicking on the Slides from Outline option located under the New Slide gallery.
b) Copy all the text from the Word document and paste it into a new Presentation.
c) Save the Word document as a PowerPoint file (.ppx).
d) All of the above options are correct.


4) How do you insert a new slide in the Outline Panel view?
a) Click on the New Slide button in the Slides group on the Ribbon.
b) Press Ctrl+Enter
c) Right click and select New Slide from the menu list.
d) All of the options above are correct.

Question 5 - PowerPoint Test - Using the Outline View in PowerPoint

5) Study the screenshot above.  Where will you find these options, specifically the option circled in yellow?
a) Under the View tab on the Ribbon in the Presentation Views group.
b) In the Backstage View in the Print Panel.
c) In the PowerPoint Options dialogue box.
d) In the Outline Panel in the Normal Slides View.

6) What is the purpose of the Outline Panel view in PowerPoint?
a) It allows you to type the text of a presentation quickly without having to use the main slide view and formatting.
b) It allows you to create the skeleton of your presentation before formatting slides.
c) It allows you to quickly promote and demote bullets and insert headings.
d) All of the above options are correct.

7) To move a slide that you created in the Outline Panel view, you must:
a) Press Ctrl+Shift-Up or Down arrow keys to move it.
b) Click and drag the slide contents to its new position.
c) Use Cut to remove the slide from its current location, and paste to move it to its new location.
d) It is not possible to move slides in the Outline Panel view.


8) How do you add text to a slide in the Outline Panel view without a bullet?
a) Press backspace to delete the bullet.
b) Press Ctrl+Tab to remove bullets.
c) Press Ctrl+Shift+Enter to add plain text only.
d) All of the above options are correct.

Question 9 - PowerPoint Test - Using the Outline View in PowerPoint
9) Study the screenshot above.  We often speak about bullet levels in PowerPoint.  How many levels can you see in the image above?
a) There are three levels.
b) There are nine levels.
c) There are five levels.
d) There is one level.

10) To quickly change the bullets from dots to arrow bullets in the Outline Panel view, what do I need to do?
a) Press Tab to toggle bullet types until it changes to the arrow bullet.
b) Insert an arrow symbol and press the Enter key.
c) Click on the Bullet option button arrow in the Paragraph group and select the arrow bullet to apply.
d) You cannot change the bullets in the Outline Panel, you can change them when you format the slides in the main view.