Adobe InDesign CC 2015 Certification Review --- @next
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What is Character Style?
Includes formatting such as font, size, bold, italics, & color
The configuration of the work area that is customizable in InDesign is known as the:
Using a computer and software program to produce high quality, printed documents that combine text and graphics is known as what?
What does the Selection tool allow you to do?
Move objects, Resize objects, and or Apply formatting to an object
What indicates there is a menu of additional hidden tools available for a specific tool?
A small triangle in the lower-right corner of the tool icon
InDesign is primarily what type of software application?
What area of the default workspace provides options for changing a document's zoom level as well as options for Adobe stock art?
Text or graphic elements, such as images, blocks of color, and even simple lines, that are placed in a InDesign document are known as what?
What is true of a pasteboard?
A pasteboard surrounds each page, and Objects on the pasteboard do not print
What best defines "Panels"?
Used to control the publication and edit objects on pages, usually docked on the side, but can be grouped in tabs, stacked, floating or docked.
Another name for a detached panel is:
Paragraph Style means...
Paragraph formatting such as indents, bullets, & alignments
Press this key to access the Hand Tool
Screen modes are options for viewing your documents. What are the available modes in InDesign?
Normal, preview, bleed, slug and presentation
How do you create a new workspace?
In the workspace switcher, choose New Workspace
What are Styles Panels?
Panels where a collection of formatting attributes that can be applied to an object in a single step; object styles, character styles, and paragraph styles
The arrangement of windows and panels in InDesign is called the?
The black arrow at the top of the Tools panel is an example of what type of tool?
The modification and navigation section of the Tools panel includes the __________ tool, increases and decreases the view magnification in the document window.
The Pen tool is an example of what type of tool?
What is text inserted into?
The Rotate tool is an example of what type of tool?
What can you do with the Layers panel?
Create layers to organize all of the elements in a document
To dock a floating panel, click and drag the panel by its tab and let go when:
A horizontal or vertical blue line appears
The tool that allows you to navigate a document by grabbing and dragging while zoomed in is the _________.
Pages that face each other are referred to as:
When you choose a panel from the Window menu, instead of from the workspace, will it appear...
In Expanded View
Which icon from the application bar would do you use to manage and create multiple document windows?
What is the keyboard shortcut to create a new document?
White Space is...
The absence of text or graphics in a design; visual breathing room for the design
What is the keyboard shortcut to cut?
What is the keyboard shortcut to copy?
Which of the following functions does the pasteboard provide?
What is the keyboard shortcut to paste?
Which of the following does not appear in Preview mode?
All panels can be accessed under which menu?
An object on the page that extends into the paste board is said to what?
The tools panel is usually docked on the left side in a single vertical column, what are some of the ways you can customize the tool panel to best suit your needs?
Tools Panel can be displayed as doubled, in two shorter columns, or it can be displayed horizontally, or it can float
What helpful item borders the top and left sides of the document window?
file format EPS
Object-based file format for high-resolution images, typically used in print.
content collector tool
collects content you select from the page for later reuse
rectangle frame tool
draws a placeholder on that page to put images into
lets you manipulate the space between objects on a page
lets you change the size of a page in the layout
file format TIFF most likely used to save what kind of information?
high-quality bitmapped graphics
file format EPS most likely used to save what kind of information?
high-quality printable vector graphics
file format RTF most likely used to save what kind of information?
Text with some formatting
file format TXT most likely used to save what kind of information?
text with no formatting
file format EPS (.eps) definition
a vector-based file format for high-resolution images, often used in print
file format TIFF (.tif) definition
a loss-less bit-mapped file format for high-resolution photographic images; typically used in print
file format SVG (.svg)
a vector-based file format sometimes used to display simple animations in a browser
file format JPEG (.jpg)
a "lossy" bit-mapped file format that stores images in a space-saving way, often used for photographs on the web
what is the character styles panel used for?
to create, name, and apply defined sets of formatting options to a range of selected text
what is the paragraph styles panel used for?
to create, name, and apply defined sets of formatting options to whole paragraphs
what is the paragraph panel used for?
change and apply formatting settings to whole paragraphs
what is the character panel used for?
change and apply formatting settings to a range of selected text
which two factors should influence design choices when working on this new geography textbook?
-industry design trends
what is leading in Adobe InDesign?
the vertical spacing between lines of text
what is kerning in Adobe InDesign?
the space between specific pairs of character
In interactive documents, some multimedia assets- such as animations- require a trigger to start them. which two actions can be assigned as triggers for multimedia assets?
-on page load
In interactive documents, some multimedia assets- such as animations- require a trigger to start them. which two events can be assigned as triggers for multimedia assets?
which tool in Adobe InDesign allows you to change corner points into smooth points and vice versa?
convert direction point tool
which two Adobe InDesign tools allow you to (1) duplicate objects on a page and (2) place them in an InDesign documents?
-content collector tool
-content placer tool
which tool in Adobe InDesign lets you select an object and add it to the content conveyor?
content collector tool
what can be created using Adobe InDesign?
what statements is the best definition for readability for graphic design?
the effort needed for words, phrases and blocks of text to be read is relatively low
what is meant by the term typeface conflict?
the typefaces used in the document are too similar to each other
an area off the printable area that contains printer instructions such a job sign-off information
the printable text, objects, or color that extend past the printable area so that they run right to the edge when the paper is trimmed
the final size of a printed page after excess edges of paper have been cut off
the area between columns on a page or the blank space between two facing pages in print
define resizing a frame
changing the size of an image's container without changing the dimensions of the image
define cropping an image
altering the width and height of an image by removing parts of the image's edges
adapting an image when the resolution (number of pixels in the image) will increase or decrease
define scaling an image
changing the width and height, and sometimes resolution, to different specifications
define master page
pages that contain text, graphics, and guides which can be repeated on every page of a publication
define facing pages
left and right pages that share a spine in the printed publication
a container of text and other objects in a layout
which term refers to changes in size or complexity of deliverables that must be controlled in order to keep project on schedule and under budget?
it is important to make sure you have permission to use content before publishing it, because pictures, images, and other content will come from a variety of sources. which type of content can be legally used in a document without permission?
because images for the newsletter may come from a variety of sources, it is important to know which ones will require permission before using. for which two kinds of works will probably require permission before using?
as the audience for the newsletter will be the company's employees, what technique will provide the most productive and unbiased feedback?
send out a survey containing drafts to a random sample of employees
emphasis in this textbook will help highlight the most important parts of the text. which two statements best describe appropriate use of emphasis in your textbook?
-emphasis helps readers identify the relative importance of each element
-a clear focal point will be the most emphasized element
emphasis in print design refers to how some parts of a layout are made to stand out in order to draw the reader's attention. in this textbook emphasis will help highlight important parts of the text. which two statements best describe appropriate use of emphasis in your textbook?
-emphasis will help readers identify the important elements on the page
-emphasis is often achieved using color, contrast, and size
what will help you to uniformly change the spacing between selections of text and all four sides of wrap objects in the articles?
what is the benefit of using the Live Preflight feature?
it actively checks for and displays errors while you work
enabling which option will place pages in a left-and-right page spread for printing books and magazines
you need to treat each page in a document as a single page. which option should you disable to make each page stand alone?
setting the Layout option when exporting an interactive PDF will cause what to occur?
it will determine the initial layout of the PDF when opened
when exporting a document as print PDF file, which two of the following options can you specify?
-whether there will be thumbnail images of the pages
-which acrobat layout it will open
Locks the Layer
any blank square to the right of the eyes
Selects the entire content of the layer
small square to the right of the Pen tool icon, this is the only correct answer, selecting other small squares below that would be distractors
Creates a new layer
new layer icon to the left of the trash can icon
Deletes the selected layer
trash can icon to the right of the new layer icon
which color mode uses a combination of four standard-colored inks (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black CMYK) to produce a variety of colors by mixing and overlaying them?
which option refers to the use of premixed ink in specific colors that would each require its own printing plate on an offset printing press?
contractors will do much of the writing and organizing of the material for these books. to keep costs at a minimum, it is essential that you communicate your expectations to them very clearly. what do you call the document that describes the details about work that will be expected from contractors?
creating a visual hierarchy is especially important for these young readers. which three techniques are commonly used to create visual hierarchy in these reading textbooks?
what three frame types are found are found in Adobe InDesign?
which Adobe InDesign tool is the only one that can be used to create an empty text frame?
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