Which is the most efficient way to add watermark text to all slides in an image slideshow project?
A. Add text on the first slide and select the timing as rest of the slide.
B. Add text to the slide, right-click and choose Merge with the Background.
C. Add text to all the slides and change the properties of the text using Object Styles.
D. Add text to master slide, select all the slides and in the properties panel, select Master Slide Objects on Top.
Which statement about master slides is true?
A. You can modify the timing information in the master slide timeline.
B. You can insert background audio to the master slide.
C. You can add a standard button to the master slide.
D. You can add a rollover image to the master slide.
You want to display the slide title automatically for all the slides. What should you do?
A. Add $$cpInfoSlideTitle$$ variable in the master slide and label all the slides.
B. Insert $$cpInfoCurrentSlideLabel$$ variable in the master slide and label all the slides.
C. Label all the slides.
D. You cannot automatically add slide titles to your project.
You want to reuse the master slides from one of your projects in your new project. How should you import the master slide in your new project?
A. In the existing project, click File > Export > Master Slides and browse to the new project.
B. In the new project, click File > Import > Master Slides and browse to the existing project.
C. Copy master slides from the existing project and paste them in the new project.
D. In the existing project, click File > Export > To XML.
You have a project with twenty slides and you have created two master slides. You want to associate ten slides to each master slide. What is the most effective way to do this?
A. Select the slides one-by-one and apply the required master slides to them.
B. Create two groups of ten slides each and apply the master slide to each group.
C. Place the master slides in a template and associate the template with the project.
D. Choose Edit > Apply Master Slide.
Your Timeline isn’t wide enough to display object timing. What should you do?
A. Split the Timeline into two sections.
B. Zoom farther away from the Timeline.
C. Click the Show/Hide All Items button on the Timeline.
D. Stretch the Timeline vertically.
You have created a Training Assessment and find that you need to adjust the timing for a number of objects on a slide. The timeline is NOT visible. What should you do?
A. Right-click the slide background and choose Show Timeline.
B. Choose View > Show Timeline.
C. Choose Window > Toolbars > Show Timeline.
D. Choose Window > Timeline.
You have added a text caption to a slide. When you preview the slide, you notice that the text caption disappears before the slide ends. What should you do to make the text caption stay on stage for the entire slide duration?
A. Add one more text caption, add the same text to it, and drag it to the end of the timeline.
B. Add the text caption on the master slide and select Master Slide Objects on Top.
C. Right-click the text caption on the timeline and select Show for the rest of the slide.
D. Right-click the text caption on the timeline and select Sync with Playhead.
You have created a splash screen for your course, which starts with an animation. You want the Start Course button to appear only after the animation is over. What should you do?
A. Associate a conditional action to make this work.
B. Right-click the button on the timeline and select Sync with Playhead.
C. Right-click the button on the timeline and select Show for the rest of the slide.
D. Drag the start of the button to the end of the animation on the timeline.
You are adding effects to your objects and find it cumbersome to keep switching from the Timeline panel to Effects panel to match the timing. What should you do to reduce your efforts?
A. Switch to Effects workspace.
B. Switch to Review workspace.
C. Take a screenshot of the Timeline panel and refer to it while working with the Effects panel.
D. First add all the effects and then synchronize the timing.