Usually when we do a PowerPoint presentation, the presenter will control everything; the audiences just sit there listening. The only interaction may be the Q & A parts. A little boring, huh? Making a Jeopardy game using PowerPoint can be a fun way, ask your audiences to join and answer the questions. You can download the Jeopardy game PowerPoint templates online and fill in with your own words, pictures and colors. However, if you know how to create your own Jeopardy game using PowerPoint, that would be perfect. Today’s tutorial will show you how to create a Jeopardy game in PowerPoint 2010.
Open PowerPoint 2010 and create a blank slide and choose a color you like as the background. Now click “Insert” > “Table” and select a 5 x 6 table size, for example.
Select the table, in the “Design” tab under “Table Tools”, chooses the same color of the background color in “Shading”.
Resize the table to fit the slide. And then fill in necessary information in each section of the table.
Now create a question slide. It should have at least two parts: the question and a hyperlink back to the Jeopardy slide.
Select the “Movies – 100” section and add a hyperlink to the question slide. Go to “Insert” tab and click “Hyperlink“. In the pop-up menu, choose “Place in this document“. Choose the question slide, and then click OK.
You know, in a Jeopardy game, when a question is answered by someone, it will be removed from the board. So you need to make the “Movies – 100” invisible, like it has been removed. How to make it? Change the color of “Followed Hyperlinks” to the same color of the Jeopardy background.
Go to the “Design” tab, select “Colors” and choose “Create New Them Colors…”.
In the pop-up window, set the “Followed Hyperlinks” color as the Jeopardy background color.
Now when you come back to the Jeopardy slide after you answered the “Movies – 100” question, it will become “Followed” and blend in with the background.
Repeat the above steps for each question, until all the point values in the table are linked. Finally, press “F5” to preview the whole Jeopardy game and make any adjustments if necessary.
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