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Design efficiently with masters

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.


In which area of the Slide Design task pane do all the design templates you're using in your show appear?

In the Available For Use section.

In the Recently Used section.

In the Used in This Presentation section.

If you have several sets of masters, and you make a change to one pair of them, how do you apply that change to a specific group of slides in the show?

In normal view, be sure the slides that you want the change to apply to are selected. Then, look in the Used in This Presentation section (Slide Design task pane) for the design template whose name matches the set of masters that you changed, and use its Apply to Selected Slides command to apply it.

In master view, select the set of masters that you changed, and press CTRL+C. Return to normal view, and select the slides you want the changes to apply to. Then press CTRL+V to paste the masters.

In normal view, look in the Used in This Presentation section (Slide Design task pane) for the design template whose name matches the set of masters that you changed, and use its Apply to All Slides command to apply it.

When you have several sets of masters, why is it a good idea to preserve each set?

To keep PowerPoint from deleting them when their design template is not being applied to any slides.

To keep PowerPoint from deleting them if you haven't applied their design template once in the last 10 sessions.

To make sure that PowerPoint preserves changes you make to every set of masters.

As you learned in the practice session, the Paste Options button allows you to retain the original formatting for any slides that you copy and paste into your show.

False.

True.

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