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Using Notes in PowerPoint Test

MS Office 2010 - Working with Slides
Free PowerPoint Online Test

* What are Notes
* How to Add Notes to a Slide
* How to Use Notes During a Presentation
* Printing Notes

10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz with Answers
& Answer Explanations

Using Notes in PowerPoint Test

1) What is Notes in PowerPoint?

a) These are comments you insert on a slide when proofreading a presentation for someone.
b) These are any textboxes you add to a slide that contain the wording for the presentation.
c) These are sections of text that you add to slides in a presentation that is only visible when you click in the Notes area or view.
d) All of the above options are correct.

Question 2 — Using Notes PowerPoint Test

2) Study the screenshot above.  What is the name of this view?
a) The Notes View.
b) The Presenter View.
c) The Editor View.
d) The Slide View.
3) Peter is doing a report back on his trip to Belfast in Ireland and want to add some reminders for himself on what to say when each photo is displayed.  How can he do this?
a) He can add textboxes and titles to each slide to remind him.
b) He can add text reminders to each photo slide in the Notes panel below the slide.
c) He can use the Outline function in PowerPoint to create an outline for his talk.
d) He can write separate notes for himself using pen and paper and use it during the talk.

Question 4 — Using Notes PowerPoint Test

4) Study the screenshot above.  Peter wants to type a note about the selected slide into the Notes panel, but the panel is very small.  How can he enlarge this panel?
a) He can drag the top border of the Notes panel upwards to enlarge the panel.
b) If he starts typing into the Notes panel it will automatically enlarge to accommodate his text.
c) If he right-clicks in the Notes panel and select Zoom Notes Panel from the menu options, it will enlarge the panel.
d) All of the options above are correct.


5) How do you add a table, graphs or advanced formatting such as font type and color changes, to Notes?
a) It is not possible to add tables, graphs or advanced formatting to Notes in PowerPoint.
b) Click in the Notes panel below each slide and add tables, graphs or advanced formatting to the text in the panel.
c) Copy and paste the tables, graphs or text containing advanced formatting from a slide and paste it in to the Notes panel.
d) Go to the Notes Page view in the Presentation Views group and insert tables, graphs or advanced formatting to your notes here.

6) Where do you enable the Presenter View that allows you to view your slides and notes during a presentation, but hides your notes from the audience?
a) Under the View tab on the Ribbon in the Presentation Views group.
b) Under the Insert tab on the Ribbon in the Media group.
c) Under the Slide Show tab on the Ribbon in the Monitors group.
d) Under the Home tab on the Ribbon in the Special Views group.

7) To incorporate slides together with any notes you made on each slide, into a Microsoft Word document, what must you do?
a) Copy and paste the entire presentation into a Microsoft Word document.
b) Save the presentation and then open it in Microsoft Word.
c) Use the Create Handout function located under Save & Send in the Backstage View to open your slides in Microsoft Word.
d) Select Save As a Microsoft Word document to convert your presentation to a Word Document.


8) How do you print your slide notes?
a) Click on the File tab, select Print, select the second option, change it to Notes Pages and press Print.
b) Click on the File tab, select Print, select the first option, change it to Print All Slides and press Print.
c) Press Ctrl+P, select the first option, change it to Print All Slides and press Print.
d) None of the options above are correct.

9) How do you exit the Notes Page view to return to the view where you can edit the contents of a slide?
a) You can edit the contents of your slide in the Notes Page view by editing the slide image above the notes.
b) You can press Escape on your keyboard to return to the Normal view where you can edit the contents of a slide.
c) You can press on Normal in the Presentation Views to return to the Normal view where you can edit the contents of a slide.
d) All of the options listed above are correct.

10) You can create a template for how you wish all your Notes to appear when printed by:
a) Using the Notes Page view in the Presentation View group under the View tab on the Ribbon.
b) Saving your Presentation as a PowerPoint template file.
c) Copying and pasting the formatting for the Notes from another Notes page.
d) Using the Notes Master option in the Master Views group under the View tab on the Ribbon.