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Which panel allows you to convert a bitmap into a vector image?
Creative work that can be used without permission because it's owned by the public and not an individual?
True or false: Strokes and effects automatically scale with other transformations
Extended part of the artwork that goes beyond the canvas.
Anchor points and line segments toghether are refered to as
Which tool allows you to select objects?
Which drop down menu allows you to make the Rulers and Guides visible?
What panel in illustrator holds patterns for reuse?
The graphics created in Illustrator are
CMYK colors are also reffered to as
What file type supports transparency?
Which is not a transform function in Illustrator?
What is the best way to resize a pattern in Illustrator?
If the page is taller than wider, then what is the orientation?
Which file type is an Illustrator file?
Which software feature would best help a graphic designer with scaling, arranging, and spacing of components in a design?
grids and rulers
Images that are entirely composed of vectors are said to be...
The_____ category in the View menu allows you to align image documents to guides, grids, layers, slices, and document bounds.
If something is a raster image, has...
Line segments between anchor points are reffered to as
True or false: Clipping masks cannot be undone.
Which term refers to the ease of which letters of a word can be distinguished based on the design of the typeface?
What is unique about the blob brush tool?
Does not create paths
True or false: Brushes behave as stamps, repeating a single image.
Which of the following is the primary drawing tool in Illustrator?
Which color mobe is most effective to use for final output when a project will be printed on an offset press?
You are working on a design in which the client has suggested fonts to use. You think the fonts are unnattractive in the design. What should you do?
Talk to the client about using new fonts.
RGB is used for
Any space on a document not filled with text, graphics, or an embedded object is called...
The function that allows you to modify seperate appearance attributes of a simple shape...
The __________ command allows you to save a document with a new filename or to a new location.
Which panel displays the effects of the Opacity Mask?
What is the difference between raster and vector images.
Rasters are made out of pixels. Vectors are made out of paths.
What is the white arrow called?
Direct selection tool
Which term refers to how easy or difficult it is to read a text based on the arrangement the type?
What color mode should web graphics be exported as?
To undo, use
What is the purpose of useing the grid in illustrator?
To align elements of a design
Which tool can you use to distort objects?
CMYK stands for what?
Cyan, magenta, yellow, and black
Which describes a Serif typeface?
Detail at the end of the strokes.
Which can be used to create a gradual transition between the visibility of objects?
What is a vector image?
An image based off of algorithmic images.
What modifier key to you hold down to make a perfect shape with dragging?
Mark at the beginning and end of each segment.
Consist of direction lines that end in direction points
Distance between each line of text.
What's the difference between the clipping mask and opacity mask?
A clipping mask hides artwork, while opacity mask changes it's transparency.
What happens when you enter more text into a bounding area?
The text is not visible but is still being typed, which can be shown by a plus sign in the text box.
Special premixed ink that uses a single printing plate
What are the advantages of vector files over bitmap files?
Allows for resizing without loss of quality and has a small file size
Which panel allows you to change color settings?
Color guide panel
What is intellectual property?
A work or invention in place of creativity.
When developing a design plan with your client, a clear understanding of what is needed?
Target audience and project scope.
What three tools are available with the eraser tool?
Eraser tool, knife tool, and scissors tool.
Why should hierarchy be used in design?
It leads the viewer from the most important parts of the art to the least.