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How to Create a Blank PowerPoint Presentation

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When you change a design element, such as the color of the background, you can typically use the 'Apply to All' option to apply the current style to all your slides in the presentation.

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1. When creating a new blank presentation from scratch, you need to first develop the general design in terms of fonts, colors, layout and background before you can add content.

2. When you select a new font style using the Variants options, this new style is applied to all textboxes on the current slide, but not to other slides in the presentation.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Creating a blank presentation can be a great start before adding necessary text and images to your PowerPoint. In this quiz, you'll test your knowledge of creating a blank presentation, as well as changes made to the slide regarding fonts, text and images.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz tests your PowerPoint presentation knowledge by asking you questions about the following:

  • 'Apply to All' option for slide design elements
  • Creating a new blank presentation from scratch
  • Text and images in regards to Themes and Variations options

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - draw from the most important information from the lesson on making blank PowerPoint presentations
  • Critical thinking - use gained information to consider if given facts about PowerPoint are true or false
  • Information recall - remember the PowerPoint knowledge you've acquired
  • Knowledge application - use knowledge to successfully answer questions about making a blank PowerPoint presentation

Additional Learning

The lesson, How to Create a Blank PowerPoint Presentation, is available to you for further information on starting a new PowerPoint project and covers the following objectives:

  • Provide examples of how to create a PowerPoint presentation
  • Explain how to create a blank presentation
  • Show ways to customize your design
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