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ECDL Intermediate PowerPoint 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003
English version

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TEST4U ECDL / ICDL Intermediate Presentation Test is an interactive, highly customizable tool that meets your personal learning needs. During the media-rich TEST4U experience you will broaden your understanding of MS PowerPoint, the most famous and flexible application for creating presentations, with the greatest variety of features.

TEST4U ECDL / ICDL Intermediate Presentation Test contains:

  • 159 Live in ates Questions
  • 9 Quiz Questions

TEST4U ECDL / ICDL Intermediate Presentation Test will help you reinforce your learning ability because it asks you to actually perform tasks. As opposed to other learning software, you are not just asked to attend a video-lesson, with or without multiple choice questions. You participate in an interactive process, where you need to perform a series of actions and TEST4U evaluates the result. If your knowledge of a topic is limited, you can watch our video-solutions which guide you step-by-step.

In case you are totally ignorant of MS PowerPoint, we propose that, prior to practicing at TEST4U, you should watch our online video-lessons (e-courses).

Once you successfully complete the MS-PowerPoint TEST4U Module, you will have learnt how to work with Slides, Templates and Master views, how to format text and shapes, how to insert charts, graphical objects, apply special effects and much more. Even if you are an experienced user of an older MS PowerPoint version, take the chance to upgrade your knowledge and skills to the latest 2016 version.

Our experienced professors have incorporated the accumulating years of classroom training experience and teaching techniques in TEST4U. As a result, TEST4U ECDL / ICDL Intermediate Presentation Test covers 100% the syllabus of DIPLOMA Certification Body (DIPLOMA Business Office and DIPLOMA Basic Office) and other Certifications Bodies: Ecdl Icdl (new profile, core, start 5.0), Microsoft Infotest, Vellum Cambridge, Acta, Key-cert, ICT, Globalcert, Certiport MOS 2007 (Exam: 77-603).

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Last updated: 10 Apr 2018
Minimum system requirements
CPU: Pentium® 4 (or newer)
RAM: 512ΜΒ +
Hard disk free space: 1-10GB
Minimum screen resolution: 1152x864 (size of text, apps and other items 100%)

Operating system: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (updated with newer service pack - Region Format: English (United States))
Internet Explorer: 7.0+
MS Office Powerpoint 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 or 2016 - English Version (Fully Functional) must be installed - There must be only one version installed
Continuous Internet connection is required
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.
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  IN-ATES QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUIZ QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUESTIONS IN TOTAL
 
  159 9 168
SECTION 1First steps SAMPLE QUESTION 22 5 27
SECTION 2Slides SAMPLE QUESTION 17 2 19
SECTION 3Templates SAMPLE QUESTION 2 1 3
SECTION 4Master Views SAMPLE QUESTION 7 1 8
SECTION 5Formatting: Text, Tables SAMPLE QUESTION 21 0 21
SECTION 6Formatting: Text, Shapes SAMPLE QUESTION 21 0 21
SECTION 7Images - Shapes SAMPLE QUESTION 5 0 5
SECTION 8Copy - Cut - Paste - Delete SAMPLE QUESTION 9 0 9
SECTION 9Charts-Organization Charts SAMPLE QUESTION 21 0 21
SECTION 10Graphical Objects SAMPLE QUESTION 17 0 17
SECTION 11Effects SAMPLE QUESTION 5 0 5
SECTION 12Page Setup SAMPLE QUESTION 5 0 5
SECTION 13Print SAMPLE QUESTION 7 0 7
ECDL v6.0
  IN-ATES QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUIZ QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUESTIONS IN TOTAL
 
  200 12 212
1. Using the Application 25 5 30
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
SECTION 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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