Pop Quiz: PowerPoint Animation!

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Pop Quiz: PowerPoint Animation! - Quiz

Do you know how to use PowerPoint animation tools? Take this pop quiz and check your skills right now. We all know that Microsoft PowerPoint is a tool used by many across the globe to produce slideshow presentations in college, work, and various other situations. Still, you may not realize that it can also be used in animation! What do you know about using this software application to create such animated videos? Play the quiz to find out!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What toolbar do you use to make animations?

    • A.

      Home

    • B.

      Animation

    • C.

      Design

    • D.

      Transition

    Correct Answer
    B. Animation
    Explanation
    The toolbar used to make animations is the "Animation" toolbar. This toolbar likely contains various tools and options specifically designed for creating and editing animations. It may include features such as timeline controls, keyframe manipulation, animation presets, and other tools necessary for animating objects or elements within a software or design application.

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  • 2. 

    Where can you view the list of all the animations on the slide?

    • A.

      Advanced Tab

    • B.

      Transition Tab

    • C.

      Home Pane

    • D.

      Animation Pane

    Correct Answer
    D. Animation Pane
    Explanation
    The Animation Pane is where you can view the list of all the animations on the slide. It provides a comprehensive overview of all the animations applied to objects on the slide, allowing you to easily manage and modify them. The Animation Pane is typically found under the "Animations" tab in presentation software such as Microsoft PowerPoint.

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  • 3. 

    This type of animation will define how the object moves as it ENTERS your slide.

    • A.

      Entrance

    • B.

      Exit

    • C.

      Emphasis

    • D.

      Motion Path

    Correct Answer
    A. Entrance
    Explanation
    This question is asking for the type of animation that defines how an object moves as it enters a slide. The correct answer is "Entrance." Entrance animations are used to introduce objects onto a slide, giving them a specific movement or effect as they appear. This type of animation is commonly used to add visual interest and engage the audience when presenting information.

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  • 4. 

     This type of animation will draw attention to the object while it is on the slide.

    • A.

      Entrance

    • B.

      Exit

    • C.

      Emphasis

    • D.

      Motion Path

    Correct Answer
    C. Emphasis
    Explanation
    Emphasis animations are designed to draw attention to specific objects on a slide. Unlike entrance or exit animations, which control how objects enter or exit the slide, emphasis animations highlight and emphasize the object while it is already on the slide. This type of animation can be used to make important information stand out or to create visual interest in a presentation.

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  • 5. 

    This type of animation will define how the object moves as it LEAVES your slide.

    • A.

      Entrance

    • B.

      Exit

    • C.

      Emphasis

    • D.

      Motion Path

    Correct Answer
    B. Exit
    Explanation
    Exit animations are used to define how an object moves as it leaves the slide. This means that when the object's animation is triggered, it will move in a specified way to exit the slide. This can include animations such as fading out, flying off the screen, or dissolving. Entrance animations, on the other hand, define how an object moves as it enters the slide. Emphasis animations are used to draw attention to an object on the slide, while motion path animations define a specific path for an object to follow as it moves on the slide.

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  • 6. 

    This type of animation will let you decide the direction the object will move

    • A.

      Entrance

    • B.

      Exit

    • C.

      Emphasis

    • D.

      Motion Path

    Correct Answer
    D. Motion Path
    Explanation
    Motion Path is the correct answer because it allows the user to determine the direction in which an object will move. This type of animation enables the user to define a specific path or trajectory for the object to follow, giving them control over its movement. By using motion paths, the user can create more dynamic and customized animations, guiding the object's motion exactly as desired.

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  • 7. 

    When drawing a custom motion path, how do you let the computer know you are finished drawing?

    • A.

      Single Click

    • B.

      Double Click

    • C.

      Press Delete

    Correct Answer
    B. Double Click
    Explanation
    To let the computer know that you have finished drawing a custom motion path, you need to double click. This action signals the computer that you have completed the drawing process and it can now register the path you have created. Single clicking or pressing delete does not indicate the end of the drawing process, so they are not the correct options in this scenario.

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  • 8. 

    After you have placed your clip art on a slide, what is the first step to applying animation?

    • A.

      Select the object first

    • B.

      Click on slide show

    • C.

      Click on New Animation

    • D.

      Do all of the above things

    Correct Answer
    A. Select the object first
    Explanation
    To apply animation to a clip art on a slide, the first step is to select the object. This is necessary because the animation will be applied to the selected object. Once the object is selected, further steps can be taken such as clicking on slide show or clicking on New Animation, depending on the desired animation effect. However, selecting the object is the initial and crucial step in the process.

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  • 9. 

    What are two ways to change the order of animations on the Animation Pane?

    • A.

      Press the Reorder Buttons

    • B.

      You can't move them

    • C.

      Double Click them

    • D.

      Click, Drag, and Drop them in the correct order

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Press the Reorder Buttons
    D. Click, Drag, and Drop them in the correct order
    Explanation
    To change the order of animations on the Animation Pane, you can press the Reorder Buttons or click, drag, and drop them in the correct order. Pressing the Reorder Buttons allows you to move the animations up or down in the list, while clicking, dragging, and dropping them allows you to manually arrange them in the desired order. These two methods provide flexibility in organizing and adjusting the sequence of animations in the Animation Pane.

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  • 10. 

    Animations play "On Mouse Click" by default, what option should you choose so multiple animations play automatically?

    • A.

      Start After Previous

    • B.

      Start Next

    • C.

      Start Auto

    • D.

      Delete

    Correct Answer
    A. Start After Previous
    Explanation
    By selecting "Start After Previous" option, multiple animations will play automatically without requiring any mouse click. This means that each animation will start playing as soon as the previous animation finishes. This option allows for a seamless and automatic transition between animations, creating a smooth and continuous visual experience for the audience.

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  • 11. 

    What kind of options can be changed on a single animation? (choose 3)

    • A.

      Add sound

    • B.

      Change timing

    • C.

      Add video

    • D.

      Repeat the animation

    • E.

      Add voice recording

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Add sound
    B. Change timing
    D. Repeat the animation
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Add sound, Change timing, and Repeat the animation. These options can be changed on a single animation. Adding sound allows for audio to be included in the animation, enhancing the overall experience. Changing timing allows for adjustments to the duration and speed of the animation, providing more control over its presentation. Repeat the animation option enables the animation to loop and play again automatically.

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  • 12. 

    What things can be distracting/annoying when using animations on a presentation? (choose 3)

    • A.

      A sound for every animation

    • B.

      An animation for every picture and word.

    • C.

      An animation on an important picture

    • D.

      A custom path that zooms all around the slide for 30 seconds.

    • E.

      A sound on one animation to prove a point

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. A sound for every animation
    B. An animation for every picture and word.
    D. A custom path that zooms all around the slide for 30 seconds.
    Explanation
    The correct answer choices for this question are A sound for every animation, An animation for every picture and word, and A custom path that zooms all around the slide for 30 seconds. These options can be distracting and annoying when using animations on a presentation because they can overload the audience with excessive audio and visual effects. Having a sound for every animation can be disruptive and distracting, while having an animation for every picture and word can make the presentation appear cluttered and overwhelming. Similarly, a custom path that zooms all around the slide for 30 seconds can be disorienting and take away from the main message of the presentation.

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