Advent Calendar – How Good at PowerPoint Are You?

Posted on December 10, 2014 in Slideshop News by Slideshop

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Advent Calendar

Spreadsheet1.com has invited us to contribute to creating a free PowerPoint advent calendar. As you most probably know, an advent calendar is used to count the days in anticipation of Christmas. It is usually a large rectangular card with 24 windows – one for each day from December 1st to 24th.

Traditionally Bible verses or prayers are printed in each window, but the one we’ve made has a different twist. Before you can open a window, you need to answer the multiple choice question shown in the Ribbon. Once you have successfully unlocked all windows, you will be greeted with a Christmas message from the quiz providers. Exciting, isn’t it?

PowerPoint Advent Calendar Questions

Advent Calendar

For those who are curious about what type of PowerPoint questions are included in the advent calendar, here are some examples:

1. When was PowerPoint officially launched? a. 1989
b. 1990
c. 1991
2. Which of the following extensions is not (yet) supported in PowerPoint? a. .ai
b. .tif
c. .wmf
3. Which of the following is not possible with SmartArt? a. Present a process
b. Create an organizational structure
c. Insert an area chart
4. In which version was the color picker (or eyedropper) first added? a. 2007
b. 2010
c. 2013
5. Can you insert an Excel spreadsheet into a presentation? a.Yes, it’s awesome.
b. No, that’s ridiculous.
c. I’m not sure. Why should I care?

Is the PowerPoint Geek in You Ready to Answer These Questions?

ribbon commanderTo download the advent calendar, simply visit this page. There you will be oriented to the advent calendar and get to know the quiz providers. At the bottom of the page, you will see a download button. Just click it and follow the instructions.

In case you’ll wonder, the cool Ribbon user interface was designed with Ribbon Commander.

Don’t forget to share your fun experience with us.

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