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Link data to diagrams II: Data graphics

Test yourself

Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.


Of the three types of callouts — text, bar, and icon — what type of callout is a speedometer?

Text.

Bar.

Icon.

None of the above.

Which of the following is the best situation for a bar callout?

The bar could show which customers have paid their invoices and which ones have not.

The bar could show how many contracts a team has completed.

The bar could show which products are good sellers and which are bad sellers.

The bar could label desk shapes with staff names.

You learned this in the practice: Ten shapes all have the same data graphic. You don't select any of the shapes on the page, but you edit the data graphic assigned to them. What will happen?

All the shapes will reflect your edits to the data graphic.

Nothing. The shapes won't reflect your change to the data graphic.

The shapes won't reflect your change unless you duplicate the data graphic first.

The last shape you touched will get the change to the data graphic.

Which of the following is NOT a good situation for an icon callout?

The icon could show whether customers have paid their invoices or not.

The icon could represent which products are good sellers and which are bad ones.

The icon could label desk shapes with staff names.

The icon could show which teams have completed all of their paperwork.

What is a callout label?

The name of the shape you are getting the data from.

The name of the column you are getting data from.

The text of the shape you are getting the data from.

The ScreenTip that appears on the shape.

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