Audience and Points

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Lesson 1 (5.0 points)
1. What is a screen in a presentation called? (1.0 points)

Each screen in a presentation is called a slide. A presentation is sometimes called a slide show.  
2. What file extension do Impress files use? (1.0 points)
Presentations created with Impress are saved with the .odp file extension.

3. What can you use to create a presentation quickly, without making it from scratch? (1.0 points)

The Presentation Wizard lets you set up the different parts of a presentation quickly.  
4. What is a transition? (1.0 points)

A transition is an effect that appears between two slides in a presentation.  
5. When you're giving a presentation at work or school, which type of transitions should you use? (1.0 points)  
When you're giving a presentation at work or school, it's important to choose transitions that are simple and professional.

Lesson 2 (5.0 points)
1. What is layout? (1.0 points)
Layout is the way that text and images are arranged on a slide.

2. Where can you look to see small versions of the slides in your presentation? (1.0 points)

The Slides panel is a panel that shows small versions of the slides in your presentation.  
3. What is an outline? (1.0 points)

An outline is a way of organizing information in terms of how important it is, and how it relates to other topics.  
4. How are formal outlines organized? (1.0 points)

A formal outline is organized using roman numerals, letters, and numbers.  
5. How are informal outlines often organized? (1.0 points)

An informal outline is often organized using bullet points.  
Lesson 3 (4.0 points)
1. How can images help a presentation? (1.0 points)

Images are a way to share information and keep your audience's attention.  
2. List at least two things you would include in a citation for an image. (1.0 points)

The name of the person who created the image. The title of the image. TIP: If the image doesn't have a title, include a...
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