You ________ (can/cannot) assign a different selection color to different layers.
The ________ icon is indicated by a padlock icon.
Layers ________ (can/cannot) be duplicated.
Layers _________ (can/cannot) be renamed.
When you duplicate a layer, _________ of the objects on the layer are duplicated.
By default, a new document _______ (is/is not) created with the same number of layers as the previous document.
When using the Step and Repeat dialog box, you can enter both _______ and _________ values.
Layers are transparent, meaning that if you have a layer with no objects on it, you can see through the layer to the objects on the layers beneath it.
The Bring to Front command is found on the ________ menu.
Each layer contains its own _______ order.
The order of layers in the panel ___(can/cannot) be modified.
Objects on the topmost layer are ________(always/sometimes) in front of the objects on any other layer.
If you draw a circle, then you draw a square, and then drag the circle toward the square, as the two overlap, the circle will be ______ the square.
The color that you choose in the Swatches panel will be applied to any and all selected objects as a fill color if the ______ button is active in the Toolbox.
Objects ______(can/cannot) be moved from one layer to another.
When you create a new object, the object will be added to whichever layer is currently ________ in the Layers panel.
The Indicates selected items button ______ (can/cannot) be dragged from one layer to another.
Layer 2 is on top of Layer 1. You select a circle on Layer 1, then choose the Bring to Front command. The circle on Layer 1 ________(is/is not) now the topmost object on the page.
Layer 2 is on top of Layer 1. You select a square on Layer 2, then choose the Send to Back command. The square ______(is/is not) still in front of any object that is on Layer 1.
the offset value
When you copy an object in the Step and Repeat dialog box, the distance - horizontally and vertically - that the copy is positioned from the original is referred to as _________.
align, distribute, reposition
You can use the Align panel to _____ object, ________ objects, and _________ object.
Step and Repeat
Which command is useful for creating multiple offset copies of a selected object?
In which panel do you determine the weight of a stroke?
When a layer is locked, the objects on the layer ______ be selected.
When a layer is hidden, the objects on the layer ___________ visible.
When a layer is hidden, the objects on the layer ______ by selected.
When a layer is hidden, the objects on the layer ______ be deleted.
Which command do you use to bring a graphic from another program into Adobe InDesign?
Indicates selected items button
When an object is selected on the page, a small button appears to the right of the name of the layer. What is the official name of this icon?
Step and Repeat
A layout calls for numerous picture boxes to be positioned exactly two inches apart. Which InDesign feature is best for producing the layout quickly and correctly?
Text Wrap panel
A layout calls for text to flow around various pictures positioned in the body copy. To make this happen quickly and easily, the designer should use the __________.
Distribute buttons in the Align panel
You are working on an eight-page newsletter. On each page, four photos - all the same size - appear at the bottom. The photos need to be spaced evenly apart on every page. What InDesign feature should be used?
When a layer is locked, the objects on the layer _________ (are/are not) hidden.
When a layer is locked, the objects on the layer __________ be deleted.
Merges all layers in the Layers panel into a single layer
What does it mean to flatten a document?
Returns the document to its last saved status
What does the Revert command do?
What is the keyboard key that you hold down to drag a coy of a selected object?
Bring to Front moves an object to the front of the stacking order; Bring Forward moves the object one level forward in the stacking order
Briefly explain the difference between the Bring to Front and Bring Forward commands.
Send to Back moves the object to the back of the stacking order; Send Backward moves the object one level backward in the stacking order.
Briefly explain the difference between the Send to Back and Send Backward commands.
The frame color changes according to the layer on which an object is located. The colors provide a visual aid for keeping track of which layer your objects are on.
Give a brief description of how assigning a selection color to a layer is useful.
Clicking a layer in the Layers panel to select it is called __________ the layer.
to the right and down
If, in the Step and Repeat dialog box, the Repeat Count is set to 2, Horizontal offset is 1, and Vertical Offset is 1, the two copies will be offset in which direction from the original? (See #36 on review sheet.)
to the left and down
If, in the Step and Repeat dialog box, the Repeat Count is 2, Horizontal Offset is -1, and Vertical Offset is 1, the two copies will be offset in which direction from the original? (See #37 on review sheet.)
to the left and up
If, in the Step and Repeat dialog box, the Repeat Count is 2, the Horizontal Offset is -1, and the Vertical Offset is -1, the two copies will be offset in which direction from the original? (See 38 on review sheet.)
to the right and up
If, in the Step and Repeat dialog box, the Repeat Count is 2, the Horizontal Offset is 1 and the Vertical Offset is -1, the two copies will be offset in which directio from the original? (See #39 on review sheet.)