3001

Create a new presentation and save it as pptest.ppt to the IL-ates\PowerPoint folder on your desktop.

3003

Create a new subfolder under the name myppts in the IL-ates\PowerPoint folder on your desktop. Then save the current presentation as test.

3004

Navigate to the IL-ates3003.ppt presentation which is already open.

3006

You can see a presentation which is already open. Save it in rtf format under the name forLinux.rtf to the IL-ates\PowerPoint folder on your desktop.

3034

Open both presentations located in the IL-ates\PowerPoint folder of your desktop.

3035

Save the current presentation as test.ppt to the IL-ates subfolder of your desktop.

3036

Change the zoom percentage of the current slide to 40%.

3062

Open the Microsoft PowerPoint application.

3064

Among the Microsoft Office applications which are open, close the Microsoft PowerPoint application only.

3065

Show any topic of the Microsoft PowerPoint help tool. Make sure that help appears in a new window.

3066

Close the current presentation without closing the application.

3067

Hide the Web toolbar and show the WordArt toolbar.

3068

Show the Formatting toolbar and the WordArt toolbar. Make sure that the WordArt toolbar is displayed in a window.

3069

Change the settings of the application (not of the presentation) as follows:

User name: john

Default files location: c:\

Recently used file list: 6

3092

Create a new presentation.

3093

Save the current presentation as a template with the name mytemplate.pot to the IL_ates\PowerPoint folder of your desktop.

3094

Save the current presentation as web page with the name IL_ates3094.htm to the IL-ates\PowerPoint folder on your desktop.

3097

Open the IL-ates3097.ppt presentation stored in the IL-ates\PowerPoint folder on your desktop.

3098

Save the current presentation.

3099

Create one more window for the current presentation and change the zoom percentage to 100%.

10007

How can we open the help of Microsft Powerpoint application?

10931

Match the view icons to the appropriate descriptions.

11052

It is good practice to…

11053

It is good practice to use …

11408

Which of the following is the most appropriate view to check whether your slides are in the correct order?