Practice Test Chapter 6
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1.
____ text has a slanted appearance.
 A: Italicized
 B: Stacked
 C: Bold
 D: Font
2.
The default view is ____ view, which is composed of three working areas that allow you to work on various aspects of a presentation simultaneously.
 A: Default
 B: Normal
 C: Office
 D: Standard
3.
Dragging the square ____ alters the proportions so that a graphic’s height and width become larger or smaller.
 A: border symbols
 B: sizing handles
 C: formatting marks
 D: scroller box
4.
The ____ contains areas where you can view and enter document properties.
 A: context tab
 B: Document Information Panel
 C: Keyword pane
 D: Metadata Properties dialog
5.
The default slide layout is in ____ orientation, where the slide width is greater than its height.
 A: portrait
 B: landscape
 C: random
 D: horizontal
6.
A(n) ____ is a list of paragraphs, each of which is preceded by a bullet.
 A: bulleted list
 B: slide list
 C: scroll list
 D: formatted list
7.
The ____ pane shows a large view of the current slide on the right side of the window.
 A: Slide
 B: Context
 C: Home
 D: Title
8.
Changing the order of slides is best performed in the ____ pane.
 A: Slides
 B: View
 C: Panel
 D: Change
9.
Press the ____ key at any time to exit a slide show.
 A: ESC
 B: CONTROL
 C: RETURN
 D: DELETE
10.
The boxes with thin borders that are displayed on new slides are ____ for text.
 A: placeholders
 B: gridlines
 C: ScreenTips
 D: sizing handles
11.
A slide that consists of more than one level of bulleted text is called a ____slide.
 A: horizontal list
 B: vertical list
 C: multi-level bulleted list
 D: layered bulleted list
12.
The ____ pane at the bottom of the window is an area where you can type notes and additional information.
 A: Slide
 B: Information
 C: Notes
 D: Comments
13.
When dragging slides to different locations in your presentation, a ____ indicates where the slide will move.
 A: sizing handle
 B: red border
 C: line
 D: yellow highlight
14.
To manually move through a slide show one slide at a time, click the ____ .
 A: DOWN ARROW
 B: SPACE BAR
 C: RIGHT ARROW
 D: all of the above
15.
A paragraph is a segment of text with the same format that begins and ends by pressing the ____ key.
 A: RETURN
 B: TAB
 C: CONTROL
 D: SPACE BAR
16.
All presentations should follow the ____ rule, which defines the maximum number of lines and words per line a slide should have.
 A: 4 x 4
 B: 5 x 5
 C: 6 x 6
 D: 7 x 7
17.
In Normal view, you can adjust the width of the Slide pane by dragging the ____.
 A: splitter bar
 B: active bar
 C: panel border
 D: outline border
18.
You can delete text by which of the following methods?
 A: Use the DELETE key to remove text just typed
 B: Position the insertion point to the left of the text and then hold down the FN key and press the DELETE key
 C: Drag through the text and press the DELETE key
 D: All of the above
19.
____ computing involves reducing the environment waste generated when using a computer.
 A: Green
 B: Eco-
 C: iSave
 D: Clean
20.
A ____ is a position within a structure that indicates magnitude of importance.
 A: level
 B: property
 C: theme
 D: style

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