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Instructor Materials for Course 70154: Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Essentials
Aligned with Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam 77-422: Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
Learning, practice, and
assessments
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Complete the Student Project for this module
You may work in a group, but you are
responsible for your own work
Turn in the completed assignment for review
You can control the appearance of only one slide
at a time in the Format Background pane.
 True
 False
What is the default size for presentations you create
based on the Blank Presentation template?
 Custom
 On-screen Show
 Standard
 Widescreen
Which of the following is NOT true about hyperlinks in
presentations?
 You can attach a hyperlink to any selected object.
 You can create a hyperlink that opens an email message
window.
 Clicking the hyperlinked object takes you directly the
linked location.
 Clicking the hyperlinked object displays the linked location
within the slide frame.
What is the maximum number of columns into
which you can split text on a slide?
2
3
8
 16
Which is a correct example of paragraph formatting?
 applying bold to a sentence
 applying italic to a paragraph
 changing the case of letters between sentence,
lowercase, or uppercase
 indenting the first line of a paragraph
You can control the appearance of only one slide at a time in the
Format Background pane.
 False
What is the default size for presentations you create based on the
Blank Presentation template?
 Widescreen
Which of the following is NOT true about hyperlinks in
presentations?
 Clicking the hyperlinked object displays the linked location within
the slide frame.
What is the maximum number of columns into which you can
split text on a slide?
 16
Which is a correct example of paragraph formatting?
 indenting the first line of a paragraph
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