Press backspace until your desired slide c. A presentation design template Correct Answer: d 96. How do you print your slides in a handout that includes lines for notes? A Right click on the Slide panel and choose New Slide B From Insert menu choose New Slide C Click on New Slide button on toolbar D All of above 5. After moving a clip art image to a particular location on the slide, you can immediately reverse the action using the a. Table of Contents Windows 8 Chapter One Getting Started with Windows 8 1 Objectives 1 Case Study: Cedar Grove Elementary School 1 Windows 8 Fundamentals 2 Understanding the Start Screen 2 Configuring the Start Screen 4 Running Windows 8 Apps 7 Closing Apps 9 Understanding the Desktop 9 Managing Windows 8 Apps and Windows 14 Hands-On Exercise 1: Windows 8 Fundamentals 18 Windows Programs and Security Features 24 Identifying Windows Accessories 24 Working with Security Settings and Software 27 Hands-On Exercise 2: Windows Programs and Security Features 32 Windows Search and Help 36 Performing a Search 36 Using Targeted Searches 36 Getting Help 37 Hands-On Exercise 3: Windows Search and Help 41 Chapter Objectives Review 44 Key Terms Matching 45 Multiple Choice 46 Practice Exercises 47 Mid-Level Exercises 51 Beyond the Classroom 52 Capstone Exercise 53 Microsoft Office 2013 Chapter One Office Fundamentals and File Management: Taking the First Step 55 Objectives 55 Case Study: Spotted Begonia Art Gallery 55 Windows 8 Startup 56 Logging In with Your Microsoft Account 56 Identifying the Start Screen Components 57 Interacting with the Start Screen 58 Accessing the Desktop 58 Hands-On Exercise 1: Windows 8 Startup 60 Files and Folders 64 Using File Explorer 64 Working with Folders and Files 67 Selecting, Copying, and Moving Multiple Files and Folders 69 Hands-On Exercise 2: Files and Folders 71 Microsoft Office Software 76 Identifying Common Interface Components 76 Getting Office Help 82 Hands-On Exercise 3: Microsoft Office Software 85 The Backstage View Tasks 90 Opening a File 90 Printing a File 92 Closing a File and Application 93 Hands-On Exercise 4: The Backstage View Tasks 95 Home Tab Tasks 99 Selecting and Editing Text 99 Using the Clipboard Group Commands 103 Using the Editing Group Commands 106 Hands-On Exercise 5: Home Tab Tasks 109 Insert Tab Tasks 114 Inserting Objects 114 Review Tab Tasks 116 Reviewing a File 116 Page Layout Tab Tasks 119 Using the Page Setup Dialog Box 120 Hands-On Exercise 6: Insert Tab Tasks, Page Layout Tab Tasks, and Review Tab Tasks 122 Chapter Objectives Review 126 Key Terms Matching 127 Multiple Choice 128 Practice Exercises 129 Mid-Level Exercises 133 Beyond the Classroom 135 Capstone Exercise 136 Objectives 137 Microsoft Office Word 2013 Chapter One Introduction to Word: Organizing a Document 137 Case Study: Swan Creek National Wildlife Refuge 137 Introduction to Word Processing 138 Beginning and Editing a Document 139 Customizing Word 148 Hands-On Exercise 1: Introduction to Word Processing 151 Document Organization 157 Using Features That Improve Readability 157 Viewing a Document in Different Ways 162 Hands-On Exercise 2: Document Organization 168 Document Settings and Properties 174 Preparing a Document for Distribution 174 Modifying Document Properties 178 Hands-On Exercise 3: Document Settings and Properties 180 Chapter Objectives Review 184 Key Terms Matching 185 Multiple Choice 186 Practice Exercises 187 Mid-Level Exercises 191 Beyond the Classroom 194 Capstone Exercise 195 Chapter Two Document Presentation: Editing and Formatting 197 Objectives 197 Case Study: Phillips Studio L Photography 197 Text and Paragraph Formatting 198 Applying Font Attributes 198 Formatting a Paragraph 203 Hands-On Exercise 1: Text and Paragraph Formatting 211 Document Appearance 217 Formatting a Document 217 Applying Styles 220 Hands-On Exercise 2: Document Formatting 225 Objects 231 Inserting and Formatting Objects 231 Hands-On Exercise 3: Objects 239 Chapter Objectives Review 245 Key Terms Matching 246 Multiple Choice 247 Practice Exercises 248 Mid-Level Exercises 253 Beyond the Classroom 256 Capstone Exercise 257 Chapter Three Document Productivity: Working with Tables and Mail Merge 259 Objectives 259 Case Study: Traylor University Economic Impact Study 259 Tables 260 Inserting a Table 260 Formatting a Table 265 Hands-On Exercise 1: Tables 268 Advanced Table Features 274 Managing Table Data 274 Enhancing Table Data 279 Hands-On Exercise 2: Advanced Table Features 283 Mail Merge 289 Creating a Mail Merge Document 289 Completing a Mail Merge 293 Hands-On Exercise 3: Mail Merge 295 Chapter Objectives Review 299 Key Terms Matching 300 Multiple Choice 301 Practice Exercises 302 Mid-Level Exercises 306 Beyond the Classroom 310 Capstone Exercise 311 Microsoft Office Excel 2013 Chapter One Introduction to Excel: What Is a Spreadsheet? Grouping Correct Answer: c 118.
Blueprints Correct Answer: b 53. To exit the PowerPoint application, you should a. Which of the following presentation elements can you modify using the slide master? Click the outline tab and select handout master view b. What type of section start? Ctrl + p Correct Answer: b 54. What will happen if you release the mouse button before releasing the shift key when you draw a square? A chart can be put as a part of the presentation using a. Press and hold the shift key and click each box d.
All of above Correct Answer: c 79. What feature will you use to apply motion effects in between a slide exits and another enters? Drag the column markers on the table ruler bar d. Slide show options available to the presenter include all of the following except a. In notes master view, how do you modify the font size of text for all hte4 notes of a presentation? Drawing with a pen Correct Answer: c 158. This book has an unusual table of contents and is perfect for courses that cover more Excel and Access and less Word and PowerPoint. Which of the following should be used when you want to add a slide to an existing presentation? A A new slide is inserted as first slide in presentation B A new slide is inserted as second slide in presentation C A new slide is inserted as third slide in presentation D None of above 4. All of above Correct Answer: d 115.
I would send a file but it's a 600+ page document that is far to large to email. Rulers and guides can be turned on or off b. Line color and style c. What is the name of the form used to input chart values? All of the above Correct Answer: a 30. A File B Edit C Insert D View 8.
Use the Pack and Go wizard d. Modify the text within the body placeholder d. All of above Correct Answer: c 87. Text holders Correct Answer: a 36. Ctrl+S save the document Correct Answer: b 149. The size of an organization chart object a.
Clicking and edit and select all b. All of above Correct Answer: d 156. Using the Scan-In Slides feature b. What are lines, curve, freeform, and scribble? D All of above are false statements 13. Want a PowerPoint photo album slide show to play continuously? Newly designed in an easy-to-read bulleted format. So, the Submit Answers for Grading button below will not work.
All of above Correct Answer: b 63. These questions cover the most essential concepts in the white pages required for students to be successful in working the Hands-On Exercises. Clicking the subordinate button as you press and hold shift b. Presentation wizard Correct Answer: c 158. Press the tab key Correct Answer: a 88. The name of a motion path d.
One would assume that a page number in the footer would reflect the heading number at the bottom of the page, but apparently this is a false though reasonable assumption. You have got a bunch of digital holiday photo you want to put into a slide show. Standard toolbar Correct Answer: a 68. Shift + Click each slide d. How can you create a uniform appearance by adding a background image to all slides?. Select the text and press Ctrl + X Correct Answer: a 143.