Understanding Presentations Quiz The Place For Free Online Training Courses This quiz is designed to test your knowledge of the contents of the Understanding Presentarions Course, part of the Office Software Suite series. These quizzes are designed to improve your Presentation Building skills. There are twenty questions. The pass mark is 70 out of a potential 100 points, 5 for each question. Once you are satisfied with your answers, complete your name and email address and select “Submit Quiz“ to have your answers marked. You will shortly receive an email advising you of your score, whether you have passed the quiz, and how your answers have been scored. It will also include your Free Online Training course quiz completion Certificate for the appropriate quiz. 1. Which of the following cannot be changed when a presentation is saved in LibreOffice Impress? Name File Type Location File Size2. In LibreOffice Impress, the undo command undoes the effect of the recent changes which were made to the presentation in such a way so that the most recent change is undone first. The redo command performs the most recent change done to the presentation again. True False3. Which of the following basic options/preferences can be set in the LibreOffice Impress application? Default folder to open/save presentations Default size of the presentation files Default text entries for presentation files None4. Whenever we create a new slide in LibreOffice Impress, it is advisable to always use a different title for each slide. True False5. Which of the following actions cannot be performed on a graphical object in LibreOffice Impress? Resize Rotate Flip None of these6. If the ‘Tips’ HELP option is enabled in LibreOffice Impress, then by placing the mouse pointer over any icon we get a detailed explanation about the icon. a small explanation about the icon. options are shown to choose between detailed or small explanation. none of the above7. While printing a document, in the ‘Page Style’ dialog box, under which tab can we change the ‘Paper Size’ and ‘Orientation’? Area Organizer Paper Transparency8. In LibreOffice Impress, it is not possible to add a custom shading/background color to a Slide. True False9. Which of the following is an invalid formatting style for text in LibreOffice Impress? Bold Italic Underline Below Line10. While formatting text in Impress, under which tab of ‘Character’ dialog box do we get ‘Style’ dropdown list? Font Effects Fonts Text Flow Tabs11. Is it possible to open multiple presentations simultaneously at a time in LibreOffice Impress? Yes No12. Which among these is not a chart type available in LibreOffice Impress? Pie Chart 4D Chart Column and Line Chart 3D Chart13. Which is the default view in Impress which is generally used to create individual slides? Notes View Normal View Outline View Slide Sorter View14. How do we select an image in a slide? By simply clicking on the image. By double clicking on the image. Right click on the image and then click on ‘Select’. None of these15. Do we have a built-in organization chart feature available in LibreOffice Impress? Yes No16. In LibreOffice Impress, the slide which is used as the starting point for all the other slides is known as a Master slide. Any new slide which is created based on a particular master slide has all the characteristics of that master slide. True False17. Is it possible to spell check and make changes to a presentation in LibreOffice Impress? Yes No18. When we create a presentation in LibreOffice Impress, the content added to any slide should be appropriately short and precise as this helps in creating self-explanatory and easier to understand slides. True False19. Which view in Impress is used to set up the layout of the slides of a presentation for creating a hardcopy? Normal View Notes View Handout View Slide Sorter View20. While creating a new presentation in Impress, we can; Use the default template. Choose a new template. Default or new template No templateBe sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results! Name Email Post navigation ← Understanding Presentations – Slide Show Comments are closed.