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.
A(n) ____ is a built-in 3-D button that can perform special tasks such as display the next slide.
 A: ready button
 B: action button
 C: task button
 D: go button
2.
Most fonts are ____ which means the spacing varies between the different letters.
 A: mono-spaced fonts
 B: proportionally spaced fonts
 C: either a. or b.
 D: neither a. nor b.
3.
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
4.
Audiences generally focus first on the ____ displayed on a slide.
 A: title text
 B: visual elements
 C: detailed text
 D: none of the above
5.
The intersection of rows and columns are called ____.
 A: cells
 B: active boxes
 C: titles
 D: data
6.
Courier is an example of a ____ where the spacing between each letter is the same.
 A: mono-spaced font
 B: proportionally spaced font
 C: either a. or b.
 D: neither a. nor b.
7.
The ____ chart style displays the effect on one variable when another variable changes.
 A: Pie
 B: Scatter
 C: Line
 D: none of the above
8.
The ability to examine and assess images is referred to as ____.
 A: visual accuracy
 B: visual literacy
 C: visual analytics
 D: none of the above
9.
The total number of rows and columns is the ____ of the table.
 A: dimension
 B: size
 C: output
 D: capacity
10.
A photograph's color intensity can be modified by changing the ____.
 A: brightness
 B: contrast
 C: both a. and b.
 D: neither a. nor b.
11.
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
12.
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.
13.
To add more rows to a table, position the insertion point in the bottom-right cell and press the ____ key.
 A: ALT
 B: TAB
 C: SPACE
 D: CTRL
14.
____ determines the overall lightness or darkness of the entire image.
 A: Brightness
 B: Opacity
 C: Contrast
 D: none of the above
15.
If Microsoft Excel is not installed, PowerPoint opens ____ to develop a chart.
 A: Microsoft Graph
 B: Microsoft Chart
 C: Microsoft Word
 D: Microsoft Wordpad
16.
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.
17.
To resize columns drag the border ____.
 A: to the right of the column
 B: to the left of the column
 C: above the column
 D: below the column
18.
____ is the difference between the darkest and lightest areas of the image.
 A: Brightness
 B: Contrast
 C: Opacity
 D: none of the above
19.
The default chart type that Excel opens in a PowerPoint slide is a ____.
 A: Bar chart
 B: Clustered Column chart
 C: Line chart
 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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