PowerPoint's ability to hyperlink between slides and hide slides until they are needed makes it a natural choice for creating multiple-choice quizzes and
In this project lab, you learn how to create a simple game to use in a classroom setting that tests students' understanding of the informational presentation you worked with in Lab 3.
In this lab session, you will create the basic game board by drawing a set of
Level of difficulty: Moderate
Time to complete: 15 to 30 minutes
Start a new blank presentation and save it as MyLab04A.pptx .
Change the layout of the slide to Blank .
On the Home tab, click Layout.
Draw a rounded rectangle on the slide that is 0.75 high and 2 wide .
On the Insert tab (or Home tab), click Shapes, and click the rounded rectangle.
Drag on the slide, near the top-left corner, to create the shape.
On the Drawing Tools Format tab, click in the Shape Height box and type 0.75 .
Click in the Shape Width box and type 2 .
Apply a dark purple Shape Style to the shape
. On the Drawing Tools Format tab,
Copy the shape, and paste it three times. Then arrange the copies side-by-side horizontally across the top of the slide and distribute them evenly .
Select the purple shape.
Hold down Shift+Ctrl and drag it to the right to create a copy. Repeat two more times so that you have a total of four shapes.
Select all four shapes by holding down the Shift key and clicking each one.
On the Drawing Tools Format tab, click Align.
Click Distribute Horizontally.
Copy the four shapes four times, and place the copies under the
Select all four purple shapes if they are not already selected.
Hold down Shift+Ctrl and drag downward to create a copy below the originals.
Repeat 6B three more times to create three more rows of
Use Align and Distribute to make sure the grid of buttons is evenly
Select all of the shapes in the first column.
On the Drawing Tools Format tab, click Align
Click Distribute Vertically.
Repeat steps 7a through 7c for each column.
Select all of the shapes in each row except the first one.
On the Drawing Tools Format tab, open the Shape Styles gallery and click the turquoise blue sample in the bottom row.
Type the following text into the top row of shapes .
Select the leftmost purple shape and type Safety .
Select the second purple shape and type ESD .
Select the third purple shape and type EMI .
Select the fourth purple shape and type Cleaning .
Type 10, 20, 30, and 40 in each column .
In the topmost leftmost turquoise shape, type 10 .
Select the 10 you just typed and press Ctrl+C to copy it.
Repeat the process to put 20 in the next row, 30 in the next, and then 40 in the bottom row.
Save your work .