You work as an Office Assistant for InfoWorld Inc. You are creating a presentation through PowerPoint 2010. Your presentation contains SmartArt graphics and images. Now, you are sending the presentation to those users who are using PowerPoint 2002. What happens when the presentation is opened in an earlier version of PowerPoint?
In Microsoft, the presentation features will be different when you open a PowerPoint 2010 presentation in an earlier version of PowerPoint. SmartArt graphics are converted to uneditable pictures in the earlier versions of PowerPoint.
All the shapes, pictures, and objects that contain two-dimensional or three-dimensional text, gradient outlines on shapes or text, strikethrough and double-strikethrough on text, gradient, picture, and texture fills on text, and shadows, soft edges, and reflections are converted to uneditable pictures.
Answer option B is incorrect. Only charts are converted to the OLE objects, which can be edited. If you edit a chart in an earlier version of PowerPoint and then reopen it in Office PowerPoint 2010, it may appear differently.
Answer option C is incorrect. All the slide layouts that have user specific backgrounds and unique slide transitions are represented as multiple masters.
Answer option D is incorrect. The fonts of the heading and body are converted to static formatting. If the presentation is reopened in Office PowerPoint 2010 and uses a different style, the heading and body fonts do not automatically change.
Chapter: PRESENTATION, ADVANCED - LEVEL