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Get visual with SmartArt 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.


You want to give a SmartArt graphic a 3-D look. On which tab will you find this style?

Design tab.

Design tab within SmartArt Tools.

Format tab within SmartArt Tools.

If you want an entire graphic to use different colors within the currently applied theme, what's the best thing to do?

Apply a new color variation from the Change Colors gallery.

Apply a new color from the Shape Styles gallery.

You want a soft edge and special outline around just one shape. Where do you find this type of formatting?

Design tab, in SmartArt Tools.

Format tab, in SmartArt Tools.

You've applied a WordArt style to some text in a shape, but now you don't like it and want to start again with fresh text, pre-WordArt. What would you do?

Use the Reset Graphic button on the Design tab in SmartArt Tools.

Delete the text and start over.

Select the text, and click Clear WordArt within the WordArt gallery.

You're editing an old presentation that contains an organization chart. You've already converted some bulleted lists to SmartArt graphics, and you want your organization chart to have a similar look. You also have to edit the org chart by adding and removing a few names in it. What should you do?

Delete the old org chart and start again.

Double-click a shape in the org chart and, in the conversion dialog box, choose to convert the chart to a SmartArt graphic.

Double-click a shape in the org chart and, in the conversion dialog box, choose to convert the chart to shapes.

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