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ECDL Standard PowerPoint 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003
Englische Version

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Last updated: 21.11.2017
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Syllabus
This product covers the following syllabus. You can see the sections covered as well as the number of questions by clicking on each tab.
TEST4U
  IN-ATES FRAGEN [?]
 
QUIZ FRAGEN [?]
 
FRAGEN INSGESAMT
 
  159 9 168
SEKTION 1First steps SAMPLE QUESTION 22 5 27
SEKTION 2Slides SAMPLE QUESTION 17 2 19
SEKTION 3Templates SAMPLE QUESTION 2 1 3
SEKTION 4Master Views SAMPLE QUESTION 7 1 8
SEKTION 5Formatting: Text, Tables SAMPLE QUESTION 21 0 21
SEKTION 6Formatting: Text, Shapes SAMPLE QUESTION 21 0 21
SEKTION 7Images - Shapes SAMPLE QUESTION 5 0 5
SEKTION 8Copy - Cut - Paste - Delete SAMPLE QUESTION 9 0 9
SEKTION 9Charts-Organization Charts SAMPLE QUESTION 21 0 21
SEKTION 10Graphical Objects SAMPLE QUESTION 17 0 17
SEKTION 11Effects SAMPLE QUESTION 5 0 5
SEKTION 12Page Setup SAMPLE QUESTION 5 0 5
SEKTION 13Print SAMPLE QUESTION 7 0 7
ECDL v6.0
  IN-ATES FRAGEN [?]
 
QUIZ FRAGEN [?]
 
FRAGEN INSGESAMT
 
  200 12 212
1. Using the Application 25 5 30
SEKTION 1 1.1. Working with Presentations SAMPLE QUESTION 17 4 21
1.1.1. Open, close a presentation application. Open, close presentations.
5 0 5
1.1.2. Create a new presentation based on default template, other available template locally or online.
3 0 3
1.1.3. Save a presentation to a location on a local, online drive. Save a presentation under another name to a location on a local, online drive.
3 3 6
1.1.4. Save a presentation as another file type like: pdf, show, image file format.
5 1 6
1.1.5. Switch between open presentations.
1 0 1
SEKTION 2 1.2. Enhancing Productivity SAMPLE QUESTION 8 1 9
1.2.1. Set user preferences in the application: user name, default folder to open and save files.
1 0 1
1.2.2. Use available Help resources.
1 1 2
1.2.3. Use magnification/zoom tools.
2 0 2
1.2.4. Display, hide built-in toolbars. Restore, minimize the ribbon.
4 0 4
2. Developing a Presentation 26 4 30
SEKTION 1 2.1. Presentation Views SAMPLE QUESTION 5 3 8
2.1.1. Understand the uses of different presentation view modes: normal, slide sorter, master, notes page, outline, slide show.
0 1 1
2.1.2. Switch between presentation view modes: normal, slide sorter, master, notes page, outline.
5 1 6
2.1.3. Recognize good practice in adding slide titles: use a different title for each slide to distinguish it in outline view, when navigating in slide show view.
0 1 1
SEKTION 2 2.2. Slides SAMPLE QUESTION 13 0 13
2.2.1. Apply a different built-in slide layout for a slide.
2 0 2
2.2.2. Apply an available design template, theme to a presentation.
2 0 2
2.2.3. Change background colour on specific slide(s), all slides in a presentation.
2 0 2
2.2.4. Add a new slide with a specific slide layout like: title slide, title and content, title only, blank.
2 0 2
2.2.5. Copy, move slides within the presentation, between open presentations.
4 0 4
2.2.6. Delete slide(s).
1 0 1
SEKTION 3 2.3. Master Slide SAMPLE QUESTION 8 1 9
2.3.1. Recognise good practice in maintaining a consistent design and format throughout a presentation by using the master slide.
0 1 1
2.3.2. Insert a graphical object (picture, image, drawn object) into a master slide. Remove a graphical object from a master slide.
5 0 5
2.3.3. Apply text formatting in a master slide: font sizes, font types, font colour.
3 0 3
3. Text 46 3 49
SEKTION 1 3.1. Handling Text SAMPLE QUESTION 9 3 12
3.1.1. Recognize good practice in creating slide content: use short concise phrases, bullet points, numbered lists.
0 3 3
3.1.2. Enter text in a placeholder in normal view. Enter text in outline view.
2 0 2
3.1.3. Edit text in a presentation.
1 0 1
3.1.4. Copy, move text within, between presentations.
1 0 1
3.1.5. Delete text.
1 0 1
3.1.6. Use the undo, redo command.
2 0 2
3.1.7. Apply, modify, remove indents on text, bulleted lists, numbered lists.
2 0 2
SEKTION 2 3.2. Formatting SAMPLE QUESTION 21 0 21
3.2.1. Apply text formatting: font sizes, font types.
3 0 3
3.2.2. Apply text formatting: bold, italic, underline, shadow.
3 0 3
3.2.3. Apply different colours to text.
2 0 2
3.2.4. Apply case changes to text.
2 0 2
3.2.5. Align text: left, centre, right in a text frame.
4 0 4
3.2.6. Apply spacing above, below text, bulleted lists, numbered lists. Apply line spacing within text, bulleted lists, numbered lists: single, 1.5 lines, double.
2 0 2
3.2.7. Switch between the different standard bullet, number styles in a list.
2 0 2
3.2.8. Insert, edit, remove a hyperlink.
3 0 3
SEKTION 3 3.3. Tables SAMPLE QUESTION 16 0 16
3.3.1. Create, delete a table.
1 0 1
3.3.2. Enter, edit text in a table.
2 0 2
3.3.3. Select cells, rows, columns, entire table.
4 0 4
3.3.4. Insert, delete rows and columns.
5 0 5
3.3.5. Modify column width, row height.
4 0 4
4. Charts 22 0 22
SEKTION 1 4.1. Using Charts SAMPLE QUESTION 10 0 10
4.1.1. Input data to create built-in charts in a presentation: column, bar, line, pie.
1 0 1
4.1.2. Select a chart.
1 0 1
4.1.3. Change the chart type.
2 0 2
4.1.4. Add, remove, edit a chart title.
3 0 3
4.1.5. Add data labels to a chart: values/numbers, percentages.
1 0 1
4.1.6. Change the background colour of a chart.
1 0 1
4.1.7. Change the column, bar, line, pie slice colours in a chart.
1 0 1
SEKTION 2 4.2. Organization Charts SAMPLE QUESTION 12 0 12
4.2.1. Create an organization chart with a labelled hierarchy by using a built-in organization chart feature.
5 0 5
4.2.2. Change the hierarchical structure of an organization chart.
4 0 4
4.2.3. Add, remove co-workers, subordinates in an organization chart.
3 0 3
5. Graphical Objects 47 0 47
SEKTION 1 5.1. Insert, Manipulate SAMPLE QUESTION 22 0 22
5.1.1. Insert a graphical object (picture, drawn object) into a slide.
1 0 1
5.1.2. Select a graphical object.
1 0 1
5.1.3. Copy, move graphical objects, charts within the presentation, between open presentations.
3 0 3
5.1.4. Resize a graphical object maintaining, not maintaining aspect ratio. Resize a chart.
3 0 3
5.1.5. Delete a graphical object, chart.
5 0 5
5.1.6. Rotate, flip a graphical object.
3 0 3
5.1.7. Align a graphical object relative to a slide: left, centre, right, top, bottom.
5 0 5
5.1.8. Align graphical objects relative to each other: left, centre, right, top, bottom, middle.
1 0 1
SEKTION 2 5.2. Drawing SAMPLE QUESTION 25 0 25
5.2.1. Add different types of drawn object to a slide: line, arrow, block arrow, rectangle, square, oval, circle, text box.
4 0 4
5.2.2. Enter text into a text box, block arrow, rectangle, square, oval, circle.
3 0 3
5.2.3. Change drawn object background colour, line colour, line weight, line style.
4 0 4
5.2.4. Change arrow start style, arrow finish style.
1 0 1
5.2.5. Apply a shadow to a drawn object.
6 0 6
5.2.6. Group, ungroup drawn objects in a slide.
3 0 3
5.2.7. Bring a drawn object one level forward, one level backward, to the front, to the back of other drawn objects.
4 0 4
6. Prepare Outputs 34 0 34
SEKTION 1 6.1. Preparation SAMPLE QUESTION 14 0 14
6.1.1. Add, remove built-in transition effects between slides.
3 0 3
6.1.2. Add, remove preset animation effects for different slide elements.
3 0 3
6.1.3. Add presenter notes to slides.
1 0 1
6.1.4. Hide, show slides.
2 0 2
6.1.5. Enter text into footer of specific slide(s), all slides in a presentation.
1 0 1
6.1.6. Apply automatic slide numbering, automatically updated date, fixed date to the footer of specific slide(s), all slides in a presentation.
4 0 4
SEKTION 2 6.2. Check and Deliver SAMPLE QUESTION 20 0 20
6.2.1. Spell check a presentation and make changes like: correcting spelling errors, ignoring specific words, deleting repeated words.
1 0 1
6.2.2. Change slide orientation to portrait, landscape. Select appropriate output format for slide presentation like: paper, on-screen show.
8 0 8
6.2.3. Print a presentation using output options like: entire presentation, specific slide(s), handouts, notes pages, outline view of slides, number of copies of a presentation.
7 0 7
6.2.4. Start a slide show from first slide, from current slide. End a slide show.
3 0 3
6.2.5. Navigate to next slide, previous slide, specified slide during a slide show.
1 0 1

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