Practice Test Project 4
INSTRUCTIONS: Answer each question below. Enter your name and click the 'Grade Test' button to receive a graded study guide. You will not get a grade until all questions are answered.
1.
The ____ chart style divides a single total into parts to illustrate how the segments differ from each other.
 A: Pie
 B: Scatter
 C: Line
 D: none of the above
2.
To resize the entire table drag a ____.
 A: table arrow
 B: table resize handle
 C: guide
 D: none of the above
3.
The right reason to use a graphic does NOT include ____.
 A: to help the audience understand information
 B: to support information in your speech
 C: to enliven the presentation
 D: to help your audience retain information
4.
____ is the difference between the darkest and lightest areas of the image.
 A: Brightness
 B: Contrast
 C: Opacity
 D: none of the above
5.
Accent colors are often used as ____.
 A: fill colors on graphs
 B: shadows
 C: both a. and b.
 D: neither a. nor b.
6.
Graphical elements such as clips and photographs are considered to be in the ____ category.
 A: images
 B: information graphics
 C: both a. and b.
 D: neither a. nor b.
7.
If you did not conduct the research yourself, you should give credit to ____.
 A: the library where the information was found
 B: the source of the information (i.e. publication name, author)
 C: the person who helped you find the information
 D: all of the above
8.
The ____ chart style displays the effect on one variable when another variable changes.
 A: Pie
 B: Scatter
 C: Line
 D: none of the above
9.
A bevel is an example of ____ that you can add to a table.
 A: a color scheme
 B: a font
 C: an effect
 D: a graphic
10.
A grid consisting of rows and tables is a ____.
 A: chart
 B: table
 C: graph
 D: none of the above
11.
Adding a ____ to a clip helps add visual interest.
 A: style
 B: utensil
 C: perspective
 D: none of the above
12.
Researchers have determined that black or dark blue on a ____ screen is an extremely effective color combination.
 A: light blue
 B: white
 C: gray
 D: none of the above
13.
Graphical elements such as charts, graphs and diagrams are considered to be in the ____ category.
 A: images
 B: information graphics
 C: both a. and b.
 D: neither a. nor b.
14.
The weight of a border is measured in ____ which is the unit of measure used by the graphic arts industry.
 A: inches
 B: points
 C: pixels
 D: none of the above
15.
The chapter recommended several tips that did NOT include ____.
 A: to use legends prominently to keep the chart clean
 B: to use two-dimensional charts over three-dimensional charts
 C: to use three-dimensional charts because the added design elements aid in comprehension
 D: to use bar and pie charts with general adult audiences
16.
A ____ gives the appearance that a light is displayed on the table with a shadow behind the graphic.
 A: reflection
 B: shadow
 C: either a. or b.
 D: neither a. nor. b
17.
The intersection of rows and columns are called ____.
 A: cells
 B: active boxes
 C: titles
 D: data
18.
The chapter recommended making the hyperlinks ____ as a visual cue to the presenter.
 A: as large as possible
 B: as small as possible
 C: either a. or b.
 D: neither a. nor b.
19.
Complex messages and formal settings call for ____ fonts.
 A: simple
 B: complex
 C: colorful
 D: none of the above
20.
A ____ is a connection from one slide to a Web page, another slide or a file.
 A: hyperlink
 B: tab
 C: snap
 D: none of the above

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