Bus 105: business communication_topic 14 exam: designing the page and

 

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Which of the following is true of tables?

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Which of the following is the best method for emphasizing a slice in a pie chart?

Select one:a. By exploding or pulling out a pieceb. By deleting the piece from the piec. By deleting other pieces from the pied. By placing the piece at the 12 o’clock positione. By placing the piece at the 6 o’clock position

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Alan is the sales manager at Rosenco Inc. He wants a visual to help him track sales of three different products over a period of five years. Which of the following charts best suits Alan’s purpose?

Select one:a. Simple bar or column chartb. Flowchartc. Line chartd. Organization charte. Gantt chart

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Which of the following is a textual visual?

Select one:a. Leaderworkb. Gantt chartc. Clustered bar chartd. Scatter plote. Table

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Which of the following is a category of common errors in graphs?

Select one:a. Errors of scaleb. Errors of processesc. Errors of sized. Errors of fonte. Errors of interpretation

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The selection of visuals in a particular document should:

Select one:a. be based on the communication purpose.b. be independent of the content in the main document.c. be independent of the size of the document.d. be based on the prerogative of the presenter.e. be independent of the context of the document.

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Which of the following is true regarding the construction of visuals in a document?

Select one:a. The size of a visual should be arbitrary and be based on convenience.b. The type used in visuals throughout a report should generally vary in terms of style and font.c. When a document contains visuals from many categories, they should be grouped into maps and figures.d. Borders help distinguish one section or visual from another, while rules help separate visuals from the text.e. Colors and cross-hatching help readers see comparisons and distinctions and add to the attractiveness of the report.

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Which of the following is true regarding the construction of visuals in a document?

Select one:a. The size of a visual should be arbitrary and be based on convenience.b. The type used in visuals throughout a report should generally be consistent in terms of style and font.c. When a document contains visuals from many categories, they should be grouped into maps and figures.d. Visuals that occupy less than a full page do not need borders.e. The layout of visuals in a document should be independent of its size.

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Which of the following is true regarding the construction of visuals in a document?

Select one:a. The size of a visual should be arbitrary and be based on convenience.b. The type used in visuals throughout a report should generally vary in terms of style and font.c. When a document contains visuals from many categories, they should be grouped into maps and figures.d. Rules help distinguish one section or visual from another, while borders help separate visuals from the text.e. The layout of visuals in a document should be independent of its size.

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Which of the following is true about source acknowledgments?

Select one:a. Source acknowledgments must always specify the who, what, where, when, and why of the five Ws.b. Source acknowledgments are similar to talking headings which give a reader the main message of the visual.c. Source acknowledgments, by convention, are typed in title case.d. Source acknowledgments are keyed to the part that they explain by means of a superscript number or symbol.e. Source acknowledgments are the bottom-most components of a visual. 

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