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ECDL Exam ECDL-ADVANCED Topic 1 Question 49 Discussion

Actual exam question for ECDL's ECDL ADVANCED WORD PROCESSING exam
Question #: 49
Topic #: 1
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You work as an Office Assistant for OfficeWork Inc. You are creating a presentation through PowerPoint 2010. You want to use both portrait and landscape orientations in the presentation. Which of the following actions will you take to accomplish the task?

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Suggested Answer: A

In a Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 slide, you can use only one orientation in a presentation, i.e., either landscape or portrait. To use both portrait and landscape orientations in a presentation, a user has to link two presentations to display both the portrait and landscape slides in what appears to be one presentation.

In order to create a link from the first presentation to the second and the second to the first, a user has to take the following steps:

Select the text or object that he wants to link to the other presentation. Click on the Insert tab > Links group > Action option.

On either the Mouse Click tab or the Mouse Over tab, click on the Hyperlink to drop-down list and select the Other PowerPoint Presentation option.

The Hyperlink to Other PowerPoint Presentation dialog box appears. Locate and click the second presentation, and then click the OK button.

In the Hyperlink to Slide dialog box, under Slide title, click the slide that a user wants to link to, and then click the OK button twice.

Answer options D and C are incorrect. By using the Slide Orientation and Page Setup buttons, you cannot apply the orientation and page settings for specific slides. They are used to set the orientation and page settings of the entire presentation.

Answer option B is incorrect. The Layout button is used to change the layout of the selected slides. By default, the orientation of slide layouts is in landscape.

Chapter: PRESENTATION, ADVANCED - LEVEL

Objective: Slides


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