Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.
In the following picture, which of the items is a data graphic?
The speedometer and the bar are data graphics.
The text, bar, and speedometer are the data graphic.
The text only; even though it looks like text it really is a data graphic.
The picture of the person.
In the following picture, which of the items is a data callout?
The person sitting at the desk.
The speedometer is a data callout.
The text, bar, and speedometer are all one big data callout.
Only the text is a data callout.
Where does a data callout get its information?
Text you type on the shape.
From the Visio stencil library.
From an entire row.
From a column in a row.
There are four Data Field items in the following dialog box, what does this mean?
There will be four callouts: three for text, and one for a bar.
There will be three callouts, all text.
There will be four callouts, one for the text, one for the bar, one for the speedometer, and one for an icon.
There will be two callouts: one for the text, and one for the bar.
If you type text on a shape, and then use a text callout on the shape with linked data, what will happen?
The shape will show only the text for the data.
The shape will show only the text that you typed.
The shape will show both the text you typed and the text callout, but the text callout won’t be updated if you refresh the data.
The shape will show both the text you typed and the text callout, but the typed text won’t be updated if you refresh the data.