CBSE Class 9 Computer Science Introduction to Presentation MCQs

CBSE Class 9 Computer Science Introduction to Presentation MCQs with answers available in Pdf for free download. The MCQ Questions for Class 9 Computer Science with answers have been prepared as per the latest syllabus, NCERT books and examination pattern suggested in Standard 9 by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. Multiple Choice Questions are an important part of Term 1 and Term 2 exams for Grade 9 Computer Science and if practiced properly can help you to get higher marks. Refer to more Chapter-wise MCQs for NCERT Class 9 Computer Science and also download more latest study material for all subjects

Introduction to Presentation Class 9 Computer Science MCQ

Class 9 Computer Science students should refer to the following multiple-choice questions with answers for Introduction to Presentation in standard 9. These MCQ questions with answers for Grade 9 Computer Science will come in exams and help you to score good marks

Introduction to Presentation MCQ Questions Class 9 Computer Science with Answers

(1) Open Office.org's presentation program is called ...........

(A) Writer (B) Base (C) Calc (D) Impress 

(2) The above program has features like a...........

(A) Spelling Checker  (B) Thesaurus (C) Text and Background Styles (D) All 

(3) The shortcut of the Impress is placed on the .......of the computer.

(A) Desktop  (B) Wall (C) Operating System (D) Task Bar 

(4) The first screen of Impress is the Presentation

(A) Form  (B) Template (C) Wizard  (D) Slide 

(5) In the Presentation Wizard, ........ option is selected by default.

(A) Empty Presentation (B) Form Template (C) Open Existing Presentation  (D) All of these 

(6)  A ........ created in Impress is called presentation.

(A) Slide (B)  File (C) Database  (D)  Table 

(7) The main Impress window has.....parts.

(A) One  (B)Two  (C) Three (D) Four 

(8) The parts of Impress are ............

(A) Slides Pane (B) Workspace (C) Tasks Pane (D) All 

(9) To maximize the ........ area, the Slides Pane and the Tasks Pane can be removed.

(A) Workspace  (B) Wizard  (C) Presentation (D) Slides

 (10) The Panes can be hidden or displayed by clicking........marker.

(A) Hide (B) Show  (C) Hide/Show  (D) Vertical 

(11) The smaller pictures of the actual slides are called .........

(A) Thumbnails  (B) Small Pictures  (C) Pictures (D) Icons 

(12) When the slide is in the........, it can be edited as per the requirement.

(A) Slides Pane (B)  Workspace (C) Wizard (D)  Tasks Pane

 (13) By ......... , the slides are named as slide1, slide2 and so on.

(A) The user  (B)  Default (C) Design (D)  Saving

(14) The Slide design and the slide ....... for the selected slides can be changed simultaneously.

(A) Page (B) Layout (C) Background (D)  Pictures

(15) The second part of the main Impress Window is called ..........

(A) Slides Pane (B)  Workspace  (C) Wizard  (D) Tasks Pane

(16) The second part of the main Impress Window has  ..........sections.

(A) Three (B) Four  (C) Five (D) Six

(17) .......is the section of the second part of the main Impress Window.

(A) Master Pages (B)  Layouts  (C) Table Design (D) All

(18)  To view the any of the sections of the......... , click on the right-pointing triangle to the left of the section name.

(A) Slides Pane (B)  Workspace  (C) Wizard (D) Tasks Pane

(19)  Every slide in a presentation has exactly one slide ............

(A) Master  (B)  Layout  (C) Task  (D) Window 

(20)  A slide.......... determines the text formatting style of the title and outline.

(A) Master  (B)  Layout  (C) Task  (D) Window 

(21)  The Slide Master defines the..........  design for all the slides.

(A) Page (B)  Layout  (C) Background (D) Pictures 

(22) The default slide master is............

(A) Colorful (B)  Blank  (C) Shaded (D) With Text 

(23)  Using.......... section, animation effect can given to any selected portion of the slide.

(A)  Master (B)  Table Design  (C) Layouts  (D) Custom Animation 

(24)  The slide ..........  is the effect that is applied during the movement from one slide to another.

(A) Animation (B)  Change (C) Transition (D)  Movement 

(25)  In............ , the effect of the selection can be previewed immediately.

(A)  Master (B)  Table Design  (C) Layouts  (D) Custom Animation

(26)  The ..........  speed can be changed from slow medium or fast options.

(A) Animation (B)  Change (C) Transition (D)  Movement 

(27)  The Slide Transition can be set as Automatic or ...........

(A) Regular  (B)  Manual  (C) Physical  (D)  Usual 

(28)  The  default time interval of the slid transition is ........

(A) 1 second  (B)  1 minute  (C) 1.5 seconds (D)  2 seconds 

(29) While creating, formatting and designing slides,......view tab is used.

(A) Normal (B) Outline  (C) Notes  (D) Handout 

(30) ....... view is used to add text, graphics and animation effects.

(A) Normal  (B)  Outline (C) Notes  (D)  Handout 

(31)  The....... view is used for comparing the slides with outline of a slide created in advance.

(A) Normal (B)  Outline  (C) Notes  (D)  Handout 

(32)  The.......... view is used to add notes to a slide.

(A) Normal (B)  Outline (C) Notes (D)  Handout 

(33) ....... view is useful to the presenter, as it allows to check the appearance of the slides.

(A) Slide Sorter (B)  Outline (C) Notes  (D)  Handout

(34)  The......  view contains all the slide thumbnails.

(A) Slide Sorter  (B)  Outline (C) Notes  (D)  Handout 

(35)  The........ is located at the bottom of the main Impress window.

(A) Tool bar (B)  Status bar (C) Formatting bar (D)  Layout bar 

(36) When a new presentation is created, it generally contains a......slide.

(A)  Empty (B)  Layout  (C) Beautiful (D)  Filled up 

(37)  The Slides can be inserted in the presentation by selecting Slide from the..... menu.

(A) Home (B)  View (C) Insert (D) Page Layout 

(38)  By using .......  key and the mouse click, random slides can be selected for moving.

(A) SHIFT  (B)  ALT (C) CTRL  (D)  INS 

(39)  By using ..... key and the mouse click, consecutive slides can be selected for moving.

(A)  SHIFT (B) ALT (C) CTRL  (D) INS 

(40)  A slide...... is a controller slide.

(A) Master  (B)  Pane (C) Layout  (D)  Table 

(46) Smaller pictures of the slides displayed in slides pane are called

(A) Thumbnail  (B) Icon (C) Tiles  (D) Content 

(47) The three speed options available for slide transition are :

(A) Slow, medium, fast  (B) Very slow, medium, very fast

(C) Slow, medium, very fast  (D) No effect, slow, fast 

(48) The default time interval for slide transition is  .

(A) 1 minute (B) 1 hour (C) 1 second  (D) second

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