KIPS Class 6th Solutions| Chapter 4 More on Powerpoint

KIPS Class 6th Solutions| Chapter 4 More on Powerpoint

Brain Developer

A. Fill in the blanks:

1. Title and table

2. Insert Table

3. Table menu

4. View > Toolbars > Tables and Borders

5. Split Cells

6. Datasheet

7. Data Series

8. Title and Chart Slide

9. Pie

10. Bar Chart

B. State True or False:

1. True

2. True

3. False

4. False

5. True

6. False

7. True

8. True

C. Answer the following:

1. We can insert a table in a presentation through following below steps:

First way - Creating in MS Powerpoint
Step 1 - Create a new presentation using the 'Title and Table' Slide Layout.
Step 2 - Double Click the table icon. The 'Insert Table' dialog box will appear.
Step 3 - Define the number of columns and rows and click OK.
Step 4 - A table will be displayed as per our defined rows and columns.

Second way - Copy and paste a table from Word
Step 1 - In Word, click the table that you want to copy, and then go to Layout > Select > Select Table.
Step 2 - On the Home tab, in the Clipboard group, select Copy.
Step 3 - In your PowerPoint presentation, select the slide that you want to copy the table to, and then on the Home tab, in the Clipboard group, click Paste.

2. To insert new rows in the table:
Step 1 - Place the insertion point where we want to insert a new row.
Step 2 - Right click the mouse button.
Step 3 - Select 'Insert Rows' option.

3. We can apply border on a table through following below steps:
Step 1 - Place the mouse pointer on any cell of the table and click on outside border of the selected table.
Step 2 - Click on 'Outside Border' tool and select 'All Borders' option. Border will be applied on the table.
We can increase border's line width by clicking on 'Border width' situated in the 'Tables and Borders' toolbar. Then, selecting any border width from the drop-down list.

4. Splitting a cell means dividing the cell further in separate cells, rows or columns.

5. We can align the text to the bottom of a cell by:
Step 1 - Select any cell entry.
Step 2 - Click on Align Bottom tool.

6. Chart is an effective way to display the data in a pictorial form. It makes it easier to make comparisons and display growth, relationship among the values in data. It provides an accurate analysis of the information.

7. We can delete the default data in the datasheet by moving the mouse pointer to the the blank button.

8. We can change the chart type through:
Step 1 - Double Click on the chart. The chart will be selected and displayed on the datasheet.
Step 2 - Click on Chart > Chart Type option. Select any chart type from the dialog box and click OK.

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