Computer Science                 Student: ____________________________________
Instructor: Guillermo Moreno                Date: ________________________

Exam # 3 Power Point Presentation & Computer Knowledge    (Total 100 points)       

    (A) Multiple-choice 10 questions, 2 points each: total 20 points.

1)    ____(1L)2 points_Microsoft _________________ is a presentation program developed by Microsoft. It is part of the Microsoft Office system.It is widely used by business people, educators, students, and trainers and is among the most prevalent forms of persuasion technology.
a)    Power Point.     
b)    Excel.  
c)    Database.
d)    Word.

2)    ____(1L)2 points_PowerPoint presentations consist a number of individual pages or "________".Slides may contain text, graphics, movies, and other objects, which may be arranged freely on the slide. PowerPoint however facilitates the use of a consistent style in a presentation using a template or "Slide Master".
a)    Page.
b)    Slides.    
c)    Front Page.
d)    Diagram.

3)    ____(4L)2 points_The presentation can be printed or displayed live on a computer and navigated through at the command of the presenter. For larger audiences the computer display is often projected using a ________________. Slides can also form the basis of webcasts.
a)       Analog Television.    
b)       Overhead Projector.
c)       Video Projector.
d)       Microsoft Office Snapshot Viewer.

4)    ____(1L)2 points_PowerPoint provides three types of movements. Entrance, emphasis, and exit of elements on a slide itself are controlled by what PowerPoint calls ____________________. Custom animation can be used to create small story boards by animating pictures to enter, exit or move. with callouts, speech bubbles with edited text can be sent on and off to create speech.
a)       Input and Output.
b)       Slide Transition.
c)       Electronic circuit.
d)       Custom Animations.

5)    ____(1L)2 points_Transitions, on the other hand are movements between slides. These can be animated in a variety of ways.  A PowerPoint _____________ is an effect that plays over a period of time that changes one slide to another. Purists often rule that simple transitions like wipes and fades are more usable than the more showy ones.
a)    Slide Transition.
b)    Action Buttons.
c)    View Show.
d)    Hide Slide.

6)    ____(1L)2 points_The Master Slide is the design template used for the slides within your presentation. The default ____________ template when you first start a PowerPoint presentation, is a plain, white slide. All slides in a presentation are created using the fonts, colors and graphics in the Slide Master, with the exception of the Title slide (which uses the Title Master).
a)    Slide Layout.
b)    Slide Design.
c)    Background.    
d)    Slice Sorter.

7)    ____(3M)2 points_The ________________ in PowerPoint is the arrangement of all the items that make up your slide, such as title, graphics or text boxes.
a)    Animation Schemes.
b)    Custom Shows.
c)    Slide Layout.    
d)    Replace Fonts.

8)    ____(3L)2 points___________________ let you navigate quickly and efficiently within a slide show. They can also be used to activate hyperlinks, letting you jump outside of the show to visit useful websites. If you want one or more action buttons on all slides, they can be added to the Slide Master and so show up automatically on all slides. Or specific buttons can be created just for specific slides.
a)    Slide Transition.
b)    Slide Layout.
c)    Clip Art.    
d)    Action Buttons.

9)    ____(3M)2 points_After you have created your presentation, you need to ________________, means; how you want it to run. Not all presentations require a person to present them. You can set your show to run by itself, which can be useful for trade show booths, kiosks, or other public places. In some cases, you may only want to run part of the presentation or run it without narration or animation.
a)    Set Up Show.
b)    Slide Design.
c)    Open File.    
d)    Office Clipboard.

10)    ____(3L)2 points_There is more than one way to add a ____________ to a PowerPoint presentation. If the movie format is compatible with PowerPoint, you can insert the clip into PowerPoint, and it will play within the presentation. If it is not compatible you may be able use the movie but will need to launch it in a separate player. As a rule, movies with the file extensions "AVI (Audio Video Interactive)" and "WMV (Windows Media Video)" will play within PowerPoint.
a)    Diagram.
b)    Movie Clip.
c)    Image.    
d)    AutoShape.

(B) Binary choice (5 questions) - True/ False, 2 points each: total 10 points.

1) T___F    (3M) 2 points__ PowerPoint is widely used by business people, educators, students, and trainers and is among the most prevalent forms of persuasion technology.
2) T___F    (3M) 2 points__ When you display your presentation electronically as a slide show, the slides take up the full screen. All the tools, menus, and other screen elements are hidden so as not to detract from your show. Your computer becomes the equivalent of a slide projector.

3) T___F   (6M) 2 points__ A build slide is a slide that starts with the first major bullet point and shows more major bullet points as the presentation proceeds. You decide whether you want to dim previous points on the slide as new points appear and what effect you want to use when the bullet points appear (for instance, bullet points can fly in from the right, left, top, or bottom).

 4) T___F   (2L) 2 points__ Transititions moves one slide off the screen and brings the next one on. Fading from black and dissolving from one slide to another are two examples of transitions. You have a choice of transitions for each slide, plus you can vary the speed of each transition.

 5) T___F  (1L) 2 points__  A transition refers to the way one slide moves off the screen and the next slide appears. When you set your transitions, you can also set how long you want each slide to appear on the screen.

(C) Matching 7 items, 3 points each: total 21 points.
1)    Choose the best match for the following statements:  
a) _____(2M) 3 points____________  is a complete presentation graphics package. It gives you everything you need to produce a professional-looking presentation. PowerPoint offers word processing, outlining, drawing, graphing, and presentation management tools- all designed to be easy to use and learn.
1) Slides.
b) ______(2L) 3 points__When you create a presentation using PowerPoint, the presentation is made up of a series of _______. The slides that you create using PowerPoint can also be presented as overhead transparencies or 35mm slides. 2) Word and Excel
c) ______(3H)  3 points__In Powerpoint, you can import what you have created in other Microsoft products, such as ______________ into any of your slides.
3) PowerPoint
d) _____(2L)3 points__PowerPoint also offers _____________. A template is a presentation containing PowerPoint masters and a color scheme. PowerPoint offers different pre-designed templates to help you get started quickly. You can apply a template when you are just starting a presentation, or you can create a presentation and apply the template later.
4) Video Clip
e) _____(3M) 3 points__The default way to play a ______________ during a slide show is to click the video screen icon. However, the video clip will play automatically if you give it an animation order. 5) Action Buttons.
f) ______(3M) 3 points__An automated presentation is one where you don't have to use the mouse or the keyboard to advance the slides. In other words, the slides advance by themselves. To automate your presentation, you must set timings for each slide. A good way to set the timings is to use the __________________ feature.
6) Design Templates.
f) ______(3M) 3 points_A __When you set up a viewer-run show, the viewer must move through the slides by clicking the mouse or using the keyboard. However, not all viewers will know how to advance slides this way. Make your presentation easier to view by adding ____________. When you add an action button to a slide, you give the viewer an obvious place to click the mouse.
7) Rehearse Timings.
     (D) Fill in the blanks, 5 questions, 2 points each: total 10 points.

1)  (2L) 2 points_ Depending on your presentation, the words you use in your slides might be from the general everyday language. Therefore, you should be particularly familiar with them. There is nothing more embarrassing than to be pointed a misspelling in your slide. Nevertheless, the first weapon will be your knowledge of the language you are using. In addition of this, Microsoft PowerPoint is equipped with an internal ___________ that can help you correct the most regularly used words that are misspelled in your presentation.

2)  (2L) 2 points_ Another situation you may encounter is that of looking for a word or an expression. You may have found out that some information has changed in the references you provided in your presentation or somebody may have pointed out a mistake. In some other cases, you may be wondering if you had provided a certain piece of important information in your presentation. For this and other reasons, you can look for a word or expression in your presentation, either to add the word or to correct it. To look for a word or an expression in your presentation, you can manually navigate among slides and reading each line. Fortunately, Power Point provides a faster technique. If you just want to look for a word or an expression, on the main menu, you can click Edit -> _______. The shortcut is Ctrl + F. To look for a word or an expression and replace it with another word or an expression, on the main menu, you can click Edit -> _______. The shortcut is Ctrl + H.

3) (2L) 2 points_ Text formatting is the ability to change the look of _____________. This involves the font face, the size of characters, the colors of letters, or the alignment of paragraphs. When selecting a font, your decision can start with whether the text you are changing is a slide's main title, an item of the main bulleted list of a slide, or a sub-item of a bulleted list. Serif fonts can be used for the main title of  a slide. Sans Serif fonts can be used for text on bulleted lists or small titles. Graphics fonts are used either as bullets or as special characters on a slide (or on the master slide).

4) (2L) 2 points_ If you start a presentation from scratch, you would have to create your own slides as you see fit. The slides created from a presentation from scratch don't have any design: they are presented with a white background. This gives you complete freedom to customize their appearance. Whether you start a presentation from scratch or you are using an already created presentation, you can add or insert a new slide any time. If you work from a blank presentation, a __________ would appear empty. If the presentation already has a design, that design would automatically be applied to it.

5) (2L) 2 points_ One of the most routine tasks you will perform consists of copying slides. If you have a slide whose contents and/or structure should be used in another location of the presentation, you can copy it and paste it to another section of the presentation. To copy a slide, in the Slide Sorter View or in the Normal View, right-click the slide button and click ________. Then, right-click the slide that would precede it and click _________.

    (E) (Ten short answers: total 20 points)
1) (1H) 2 points_ What do you understand about Power Point Presentation?
Answer: ______________________________________________________________

2) (1H) 2 points_ What is the purpose of the Slide Design?
Answer: ______________________________________________________________

3) (1H) 2 points_ What is the purpose of the Slide Layout?
Answer: ______________________________________________________________

4) (1H) 2 points_ When do you use the Slide Transition?
Answer: ______________________________________________________________

5) (1H) 2 points_ Mention five Schemes of Animation.
Answer: ______________________________________________________________

6) (1H) 2 points_ What is the purpose of the Custom Animation?
Answer: ______________________________________________________________

7) (1H) 2 points_ What is the meaning of insert New Slide?
Answer: ______________________________________________________________

8) (1H) 2 points_ Explain how you insert a table in a PowerPoint slide.
Answer: ______________________________________________________________

9) (1H) 2 points_ If you need to insert a picture from your files, what do you need to do?
Answer: ______________________________________________________________

10) (1H) 2 points_ Do you think that it is important to use Power Point? Explain why.
Answer: ______________________________________________________________

    (F) (3H) One poem: 5 points.
1)    Write a cinquain poem about "PowerPoint":
(Cinquain is a five-line poem that reflects both an effective and cognitive response to a concept.)
a.    (2M) 1 point__ Line 1 is a one-word title.    
b.    (2M) 1 point__ Line 2 is two-words that describe the title.    
c.    (2M) 1 point__ Line 3 is three-words expressing an action.    
d.    (2M) 1 point__ Line 4 is four-words expressing a feeling.    
e.    (2M) 1 point__ Line 5 is another word for the title.            

    (G) (4H) Create your own PowerPoint: 10 points.
  1. Open your Microsoft Office PowerPoint Presentation.
  2. Save your document under your last name "moreno".
  3. Type the project according to the handout or create your own powerpoint on a topic of your choice.
  4. Insert pictures and tables.
  5. Save everything in a PowerPoint file inside "My Documents".

    (H) (3H) Execute the following activity: 4 points.

Step 1 - Before any buttons are created, make a simple four-slide show.
Step 2 - Save your show. Buttons rely on hyperlinks, and hyperlinks require a path. Therefore, your show must be saved so a location can be specified.

Step 3 - Select Normal view for slide one so the slide can be edited. We are going to add a button in the bottom right corner of slide one to allow us to jump to slide Two.

Step 4 - After selecting an action button, your mouse cursor turns into a cross hair shape. Move the cursor about an inch or two from the bottom right corner of the slide. Click, keep the mouse button depressed, drag down and to the right to draw a button.

Step 5 - As soon as you finish drawing the button (by letting go of the mouse button) an Action Settings pop-up window will be displayed. If you have selected the Forward or Next button, the default setting will be to go to the next slide by mouse click. Click OK to accept this setting. From the settings window below (shortened for this image) you could select Mouse Over, or click on the down arrow in the Next Slide box and choose another action. For this show, select the default setting.

Step 6 - Select slide Two. Repeat the procedure to create a button to the next slide. Make this button act also on a mouse click, just like the first one you made. Also create a button in the bottom left corner of slide Two to go back to the first slide. Look at the image with step 3. The back button is to the left of the button outlined by the purple square. For this button, select the Mouse Over tab. Read the pop-up window carefully. Even though you have chosen the Back button, you must select Previous Slide from the pull down menu.

Step 7 - Select slide Three and put the same two buttons at the bottom of the slide. After you have completed those buttons, add a third button in the middle at the top of the slide. This will be a hyperlink to an Internet page. From the pull down menu in the Hyperlink to: box, select URL. A Hyperlink to URL dialog box pops up. Paste, or type a URL into the box. I have suggested one for you: Copy this URL to paste into the Hyperlink to URL dialog box. Click OK.

Step 8 - Select slide Four. We will add only one button to slide Four. In the middle of the slide, above the "Four," insert a button back to the first slide. Choose the button with a house on it, as a link to the Home slide. Make this a Mouse Over button, so clicking is not required. Your show should be complete.

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