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CH 3: Presentation Design

TermDefinition
Adjustment handle A yellow diamond that enables you to modify a shape.
Align To arrange in a lone to be parallel with other objects or in relation to the slide.
Aspect ratio The ratio of an object;s width to its height.
Callout A shape that includes a text box you can use to add notes.
Connector A Lines shape that is attached to and moves with other shapes.
Distribute To divide or evenly spread selected shapes over a given area.
Fill The interior contents of a shape.
Flip To reverse the direction an object faces.
Flow chart An illustration showing the sequence of a project or plan containing steps.
Freeform shape A shape that combines both curved and straight-line segments.
Gradient fill A fill that contains a blend of two or more colors or shades.
Grid A set of interesting lines used to align objects.
Group A subset of a tab that organizes similar tasks together; to combine two or more objects.
Guide A straight nonprinting horizontal or vertical line used to align objects.
Infographic Information graphic that is a visual representation of data or knowledge.
Line weight The width or thickness of a shape's outline.
Lock Drawing Mode Enables the creation of multiple shapes of the same type.
Marquee A pane designed to help select objects from a listing of all objects on a slide.
Opaque A solid fill, one with no transparency.
Picture fill Inserts an image from a file into a shape.
Point The smallest unit of measurement in typography.
Quick Style A combination of formatting options that can be applied to a shape or graphic.
Rotate To move an object around its axis.
Selection net A pane designed to help select objects from a listing of all objects on a slide.
Selection Pane A pane designed to help select objects.
Shape A geometric or non-geometric object, such as a rectangle or an arrow, used to create an illustration or highlight information.
SmartArt A diagram that presents information visually to effectively communicate a message.
Smartguide A dotted line that appears automatically to assist with lining up images or text.
Stacking order The order of objects placed on top of one another.
Text box A object that provides space fro text and graphics; it can be formatted with a border, shading, and other characteristics.
Text pane A pane for text entry used for a SmartArt diagram.
Texture fill Inserts a texture such as canvas, denim, marble, or cork into a shape.
Transparency The visibility of fill.
Ungroup To break a combined grouped object into individual objects.
Vector graphic An object-oriented graphic that is math-based.
Vertex The point where a curve ends or the point where two line segments meet in a shape.
WordArt A feature that modifies text to include special effects, such as color, shadow, gradient, and 3-D appearance.
Which of the following is text that has a decorative effect applied? WordArt
To rotate a shape on your slide drag the handle at the top of the image.
Which of the following is a reason for ungrouping a drawn object? To be able to individually change shapes used to create the composite image.
Which of the following is a reason for grouping shapes? To move or modify the objects as one.
You have inserted an Online Pictures image of the ocean with a sailboat on the right side. If you flip the image vertically, what would the resulting image look like? The image would show right side up, but the sailboat would be on the left side.
You have items needed for a camping trip in a bullet placeholder. Which of the following SmartArt diagrams would you use to display the data as an infographic? List
Which of the following is NOT available from the SmartArt gallery? Data table
Which of the following might be a reason for changing the stacking orders of shapes? All of the above
Which of the following is used to show a continual process? Cycle
Which of the following may be used to add emphasis to text on a slide? All of the above
Inserts an image from a file into a shape. Picture fill
A blend of two or more colors or shades. Gradient fill
A marquee that selects all objects in an area you define by dragging the mouse. Selection net
A yellow square that enables you to modify a shape. Adjustment handle
Enables the creation of multiple shapes of the same type. Lock Drawing Mode
An illustration showing the sequence of a project or plan. Flow chart
A visual representation of data or knowledge. Infographic
A line shape that is attached to and moves with other shapes. Connector
Diagram that presents information visually to effectively communicate a message. SmartArt
Refers to keeping an object's proportion the same with respect to width and height. Aspect ratio
Combines two or more objects. Group
Point where a curve ends or the point where two line segments meet in a freeform shape. Vertex
To divide or evenly spread shapes over a given area. Distribute
Inserts a texture such as marble into a shape. Texture fill
A shape that combines both curved and straight lines. Freeform shape
A shape that includes a text box you can use to add notes. Callout
The order of objects placed on top of one another. Stacking order
An object-oriented graphic based on geometric formulas. Vector graphic
A straight horizontal or vertical line used to align objects. Guide
The width or thickness of a line. Line weight
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