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PhotoShop Chapter 1 - 5:  Six-Weeks Exam
(Each question is worth 2 points - 500 Points Possible!!!)

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Photoshop is an image-editing program.
 

 2. 

An image with complex edges can be extracted and used in other images.
 

 3. 

A logo is a distinctive shape used to represent an organization.
 

 4. 

Photoshop images are generally small in size.
 

 5. 

In Photoshop, the text you create and edit in a special text layer is called type.
 

 6. 

The Save As command creates two duplicates of the original file.
 

 7. 

All tools are always displayed on the Toolbox.
 

 8. 

Each Photoshop tool has a corresponding shortcut key.
 

 9. 

You can use the Layers palette to control which layers are visible in an image.
 

 10. 

The position of a layer in the Layers panel can be changed.
 

 11. 

A digital camera is a device that can be used to create electronic images.
 

 12. 

Use the Image menu to close a file.
 
 
nar001-1.jpg
 

 13. 

The figure above represents an image that consists of three layers.
 

 14. 

You might significantly enhance your computer's performance by hiding or resizing the Layer panel thumbnail images.
 

 15. 

The order of layers does not affect the appearance of a Photoshop image.
 

 16. 

You can change the order of layers in the stack.
 

 17. 

A background layer cannot be modified as extensively as an image layer.
 

 18. 

You cannot alter a Background layer's color or opacity but it can be deleted or converted into another kind of layer.
 

 19. 

A background layer cannot be changed into an image layer.
 

 20. 

Only adjacent visible layers can be merged.
 

 21. 

When you drag a selection to a destination image, Photoshop places the selection on the previously active layer.
 

 22. 

A layer group allows you to organize layers on the Layers panel.
 

 23. 

Changes made to the blending mode or opacity changes don't affect every layer in the layer group.
 

 24. 

Only one layer exists in a flattened file.
 

 25. 

You can create a flattened image using the Save a Copy dialog box.
 
 
nar003-1.jpg
 

 26. 

You can expand the layer group by clicking Item 4 in the figure above.
 

 27. 

Item 5 in the figure above indicates the active layer.
 

 28. 

You can create a new layer by clicking item 7 in the figure above.
 

 29. 

Menu commands can be used to increase or decrease selections made with tools.
 

 30. 

A selection stays selected until you use the Deselect command.
 

 31. 

Small dashed lines, called Perimeters, surround a selection.
 

 32. 

All marquee fastening points are visible.
 

 33. 

The Magnetic Lasso Tool lets you alternate between freehand and magnetic line segments.
 

 34. 

An entire image can be selected by a command found on the Image menu.
 

 35. 

You can use the Rectangular Marquee Tool to create a square.
 

 36. 

Press Tab while dragging the Rectangular Marquee Tool to create a square.
 

 37. 

You can insert additional fastening points by clicking the pointer while dragging.
 

 38. 

The Width setting determines the area in which the Magnetic Lasso Tool detects an edge from the pointer.
 

 39. 

The Edge Contrast setting determines the Magnetic Lasso Tool's sensitivity.
 

 40. 

You can make a selection surrounded by a marquee grow by clicking the pointer while dragging.
 

 41. 

The feather setting blurs the area between the selection and the surrounding pixels.
 

 42. 

There are selection buttons on the options bar that are used to create or modify a selection.
 

 43. 

Low contrast between colors is an ideal condition for making selections based on color.
 

 44. 

The Healing Brush Tool can be used to fix imperfections in an image.
 

 45. 

A vignette is a picture or portrait whose border fades into the surrounding color.
 

 46. 

You can create a vignette using a marquee or lasso tool.
 

 47. 

The Spot Healing Brush Tool is often referred to as the Healing Brush Tool
 

 48. 

If a color is out of gamut for a color model, it will still be seen accurately on the monitor screen but it won't be printed with precision.
 

 49. 

Subtractive colors are used for lighting, video, and computer monitors.
 

 50. 

The background color is used to make gradient fills and fill in selected image areas.
 

 51. 

It is possible to delete a color from the Swatches panel.
 

 52. 

The Sharpen More filter increases the contrast of adjacent pixels.
 

 53. 

When you convert a color image to grayscale, the light and dark values --called luminosity-- are deleted when the color information is deleted.
 

 54. 

The Focus filter lets you sharpen blurry images.
 

 55. 

You can see a list of blending modes by clicking the Add a layer style button on the Layers panel.
 
 
nar006-1.jpg
 

 56. 

Item 3 in the figure above lets you add a color to the Swatches panel.
 

 57. 

Item 1 in the figure above lets you reset the foreground and background colors to their default settings.
 

 58. 

Color and imagery are often used to reinforce the text message of an image.
 

 59. 

Special effects can be applied to type to make it stand out, or appear to pop off the page.
 

 60. 

Outline type will develop jagged edges if resized.
 

 61. 

Bitmap type is composed of pixels.
 

 62. 

You cannot use the Swatches panel to change type color.
 

 63. 

The Color panel can be used to change the color of type.
 

 64. 

Kerning controls the amount of space between lines.
 

 65. 

Kerning controls the amount of space between characters.
 

 66. 

Kerning, tracking, and leading all have the same meaning.
 

 67. 

Leading controls the amount of space between characters.
 

 68. 

Leading controls the amount of space between lines.
 

 69. 

The Check Spelling command is available as a selection on the Character panel.
 

 70. 

The Horizontal Type Tool is located in the Tools panel.
 

 71. 

The Edit menu can be used to add a drop shadow.
 

 72. 

By looking at the Layers panel, you can tell if a type layer contains effects.
 

 73. 

As a rule of thumb, anti-aliasing is applied to sans serifs fonts greater than 8 points in size.
 

 74. 

The current state is listed in the Navigation panel.
 

 75. 

The Layer menu or the Layers panel can be used to add the Bevel and Emboss effect.
 

 76. 

A blur value that is set too low can make text unreadable or cause it to disappear entirely.
 

 77. 

A blur value that is set too high can make text unreadable.
 

 78. 

Use the Layer menu to apply a filter.
 
 
nar007-1.jpg
 

 79. 

Items 3, 4, and 5 in the figure above are used to modify the shading of the Beveled and Embossed type.
 

 80. 

Items 3, 4, and 5 in the figure above are used to modify the structure of the Beveled and Embossed type.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 81. 

Photoshop is a powerful tool for _____.
a.
word processing
b.
tracking data
c.
communicating ideas visually
d.
surfing the Internet
 

 82. 

An irreversible process used to reduce the size of Photoshop files is called ____.
a.
Parsing
b.
Data parsing
c.
Flattening
d.
Compacting
 

 83. 

What tool can you use to outline sections of an image?
a.
Harness Tool
b.
Selection Tool
c.
Grab-It Tool
d.
Lasso Tool
 

 84. 

What program lets you optimize, preview, and animate images?
a.
ImageNow
b.
Adobe Dreamweaver
c.
DreamIt
d.
Design Suite
 

 85. 

You can use the ____ feature to find an existing file.
a.
New
b.
Save
c.
Create
d.
Bridge
 

 86. 

Which area of the Photoshop window contains frequently used tools?
a.
panels
b.
Menu bar
c.
Tools panel
d.
Title bar
 

 87. 

Where are all layers within an open image displayed?
a.
History panel
b.
Actions panel
c.
Info panel
d.
Layers panel
 

 88. 

A Photoshop image must contain ____.
a.
no layers
b.
one layer
c.
two or more layers
d.
at least one group of layers
 

 89. 

Which dialog box is used to select print options?
a.
Print Options
b.
Page Setup
c.
Print Setup
d.
Page Options
 

 90. 

The direction in which an image appears on the page is called ____.
a.
Landscape
b.
Portrait
c.
Orientation
d.
Directionalism
 

 91. 

Which dialog box is used to determine how many copies of an image are printed?
a.
Page Setup
b.
Print
c.
Print Setup
d.
Page Options
 

 92. 

Which menu is used to close a file?
a.
File
b.
Edit
c.
Image
d.
Window
 

 93. 

Katie plans to use Photoshop to help her create striking images for her Web page.  Which of the following Design Suite programs is web production software?
a.
Splash
b.
Dreamweaver
c.
Design Pro II
d.
Animate Now!
 
 
Case 2

Otto has been working on a special image he wants to include on a birthday card for his mother.  He applied several effects to a photo of his family, and he added text to the image.  He worked for hours to get the image just right, and he’s just about ready to print the card.
 

 94. 

If Otto wanted to see a list of the changes he made in the image, where would he look?
a.
At the bottom of the workspace
b.
The Layers panel
c.
Click the Changes arrow in the Tools Panel
d.
The History panel
 

 95. 

The Layers panel includes the following different kinds of layers except _____.
a.
Background
b.
Portrait
c.
Image
d.
Type
 

 96. 

What component of the Layers panel can show a miniature image of a layer's contents?
a.
Toolbox
b.
Layer thumbnail
c.
Swatches panel
d.
None of the above
 

 97. 

You can change the location of the Layers panel on the screen by ____.
a.
Dragging the panel tab
b.
Clicking the Layer menu then clicking New
c.
Dragging a layer to a new position in the stack
d.
Dragging the Order button to the Layers panel
 

 98. 

What is used to turn off the thumbnail display?
a.
The list arrow in the History panel
b.
The thumbnail button in the toolbox
c.
The Layers Panel Options dialog box
d.
The Display menu
 

 99. 

What layer is always at the bottom of a stack?
a.
Type
b.
Image
c.
Lighting
d.
Background
 

 100. 

Which of the following pairs are not a unit of measurement for rulers?
a.
Pixels and inches
b.
Centimeters and points
c.
Picas and percentage
d.
Centimeters and rasters
 

 101. 

What menu command allows you to change your units of measurements preference?
a.
Edit (Win) or Photoshop (Mac)
b.
View
c.
Filter
d.
Rasterize
 

 102. 

What determines the percentage of transparency in a layer?
a.
Brightness
b.
Clarity
c.
Color
d.
Opacity
 

 103. 

Which of the following can be used to create a layer?
a.
History panel
b.
Layers panel
c.
Select menu
d.
All of the above
 

 104. 

Hiding portions of an image without losing resolution quality is called ____.
a.
Hiding
b.
Shielding
c.
Concealing
d.
None of the above
 

 105. 

An area in an image that is surrounded by a marquee is called a(n) ____.
a.
Lasso
b.
Grouping
c.
Area
d.
Selection
 

 106. 

Which selection tool lets you isolate complex shapes?
a.
Rectangular Marquee
b.
Lasso
c.
Elliptical Marquee
d.
Magnetic Lasso
 

 107. 

Where is the Move Tool located?
a.
Layers panel
b.
Status bar
c.
Tools panel
d.
None of the above
 

 108. 

When an image is flattened, all visible layers are combined in the ____.
a.
Type layer
b.
Rasterized layer
c.
Background layer
d.
Second layer
 

 109. 

Which menu is used to flatten an image?
a.
File
b.
Layer
c.
Image
d.
Window
 

 110. 

A file's size can be significantly reduced using the ____ process.
a.
Compressing
b.
Condensing
c.
Folding
d.
Flattening
 

 111. 

Dex teaches Zelda that there are several ways to create layers.  Which of the following is NOT one of those ways.
a.
Use the New command on the Layer menu
b.
Use the New Layer command on the Layer panel menu
c.
Click the Create a new layer button on the Layers panel
d.
Check the Add a Layer box at the bottom of the Layer menu
 

 112. 

Zelda was already familiar with Photoshop’s selection tools, so when Dex quizzed her, she was not easily fooled.  In the following, which is the only tool that actually exists?
a.
Marquee Mark
b.
Single Column Marquee Tool
c.
Eraser Wizard
d.
Elliptical Lasso
 

 113. 

How many basic methods of selection are there?
a.
2
b.
3
c.
4
d.
6
 

 114. 

Which setting blurs the area between the selection and the surrounding pixels?
a.
Fuzziness
b.
Feather
c.
Tolerance
d.
Invert
 

 115. 

You can temporarily change any selected tool into the Move Tool by pressing and holding ____.
a.
[Ctrl] (Win) or [command] (Mac)
b.
[Shift] (Win) or [command] (Mac)
c.
[Win] (Win) or [command] (Mac)
d.
[Alt] (Win) or [command] (Mac)
 

 116. 

To slightly enlarge a marquee you can use the ____ command on the Select menu.
a.
Enlarge
b.
Expand
c.
Nudge
d.
Grow
 

 117. 

Using an arrow key to move a selection is called ____.
a.
Noodging
b.
Noodling
c.
Nudging
d.
Narming
 

 118. 

When the Magic Wand Tool is selected the ____ on the options bar lets you select pixels that are next to one another.
a.
Tolerance check box
b.
Anti-alias check box
c.
Contiguous check box
d.
Use All Layers check box
 

 119. 

When the Magic Wand Tool is selected, the options bar does not include a(n) _____.
a.
Tolerance check box
b.
Anti-alias check box
c.
Contiguous check box
d.
Sample All Layers check box
 

 120. 

Which tool/command lets you fix imperfections in an image?
a.
Color Range command
b.
Healing Brush Tool
c.
Inverse command
d.
Magic Wand Tool
 

 121. 

Which tool/command lets you exclude contiguous pixels?
a.
Color Range command
b.
Rectangular Marquee Tool
c.
Inverse command
d.
Magic Wand Tool
 

 122. 

Which of the following settings should create a nice fade in a vignette?
a.
1 pixel
b.
5 pixels
c.
15 pixels
d.
35 pixels
 
 
nar004-1.jpgnar004-2.jpg
 

 123. 

Which item in the figure above is used to create a rectangular selection?
a.
1
b.
2
c.
3
d.
6
 
 
Case Based Critical Thinking

Case 1

Adam’s father is a big fan of both Elvis and Steve Martin.  On a whim, Adam searched the Web to find a photo of the two of them together, but found that no such photo was ever taken.  He did, however, find several pictures of each performer.  Adam decided that his father would appreciate it if he used his Photoshop knowledge to put Elvis and Steve Martin together in one picture.
 

 124. 

The photo of Elvis that Adam decides to use is very crisp and clear.  Which tool would be the best choice for selecting the King?
a.
Edge Cutter
b.
Magnetic Lasso
c.
Lasso
d.
Healing Brush
 

 125. 

After Adam selects Elvis from the first photo, he wants to move the selection to the Steve Martin photo.  How can he move the selection?
a.
Copy Elvis and paste him to the second photo
b.
Cut the Elvis selection and paste it to a second layer within the second photo
c.
Choose the Move Selection tool from the Images menu
d.
Both a and b
 

 126. 

For which of the following reasons might Adam use the Healing Brush Tool?
a.
He wants to change the shape of Steve Martin’s hair, which appears to be uncombed
b.
Elvis has a small smear of peanut butter on his cheek which Adam wants to erase
c.
Steve Martin is larger than Elvis in the picture, and Adam wants to resize the image
d.
He wants to replace the famous Elvis sneer with a smile so the meeting looks more relaxed
 

 127. 

Each dot in a bitmap image is called a(n) ____.
a.
Imagecell
b.
Dotcell
c.
Pixel
d.
Piecell
 

 128. 

Which color model, based on one luminance component and two chromatic components, has the widest range of colors?
a.
RGB
b.
L*a*b
c.
CMYK
d.
HSB
 

 129. 

RGB colors are _____, which means they create white when they are all combined with the values set at 255.
a.
Subtractive
b.
Cumulative
c.
Saturated
d.
Additive
 

 130. 

Which color model is used by commercial printers to create color separations?
a.
HSB
b.
L*a*b
c.
CMYK
d.
None of the above
 

 131. 

In Photoshop, the _____ color is used to make gradient fills and fill in image areas that have been erased.
a.
Background
b.
Foreground
c.
Midrange
d.
Endrange
 

 132. 

The process of adding a border to a selection is called ____.
a.
Outlining the edges
b.
Highlighting the edges
c.
Cementing the edges
d.
Stroking the edges
 

 133. 

Which of the following is not the name of a gradient tool?
a.
Radial
b.
Angle
c.
Starburst
d.
Reflected
 

 134. 

The Gradient Editor allows you to make all the following modification except?
a.
Adjust opacity values
b.
Modify an existing gradient
c.
Choosing a Linear gradient
d.
Add intermediate colors to gradient
 

 135. 

Where are the Linear Gradient options located?
a.
Layers panel
b.
Swatches panel
c.
Options bar
d.
History panel
 

 136. 

How many shades of gray are available in a grayscale image?
a.
25
b.
256
c.
2560
d.
Unlimited
 

 137. 

Which of the following is not a consideration when choosing blending modes?
a.
Base color, the original color of the image
b.
Blend color, the color being applied by a paint or edit tool
c.
The resulting color of the blend and base colors
d.
The colors inside the gamut
 

 138. 

Which slider in the Color Balance dialog box can give a redder appearance?
a.
Magenta-Green
b.
Cyan-Red
c.
Yellow-Blue
d.
Red-Yellow
 
 
nar006-1.jpg
 

 139. 

Which item in the figure above fills the background with the active color?
a.
1
b.
2
c.
3
d.
4
 

 140. 

Mr. Pica wants to be sure there is a border around the photo.  What is the process of placing that border called?
a.
Lining
b.
Stroking
c.
Blackening
d.
Striking
 

 141. 

Which statement is true about outline type?
a.
It loses its crispness if resized
b.
It is the same as bitmap type
c.
It is made up of pixels
d.
It retains crispness if rescaled
 

 142. 

Font families are generally divided into each of the following categories except _____.
a.
Symbol
b.
Sans symbol
c.
Serif
d.
Sans serif
 

 143. 

Which category of font is generally used in long passages of text because it is easier to read?
a.
Symbol
b.
Sans symbol
c.
Serif
d.
Sans serif
 

 144. 

To which font family does Times New Roman belong?
a.
Alias
b.
Serif
c.
Sans serif
d.
None of the above
 

 145. 

____ sets a uniform amount of space between selected characters.
a.
Leading
b.
Tracking
c.
Kerning
d.
Aliasing
 

 146. 

_____  is used to control the amount of space between characters and is a form of proportional spacing.
a.
Leading
b.
Tracking
c.
Kerning
d.
Aliasing
 

 147. 

The distance that type appears from its original vertical position is called ____.
a.
Kerning
b.
Baseline shift
c.
Tracking
d.
Leading
 

 148. 

In which area of the Photoshop screen is the Horizontal Type Tool located?
a.
Layers panel
b.
Type panel
c.
Navigator panel
d.
None of the above
 

 149. 

An identical layer of text behind selected type is called a _____.
a.
Shadow
b.
Patina
c.
Drop shadow
d.
Color shadow
 

 150. 

Which menu can be used to add a drop shadow?
a.
Edit
b.
Image
c.
Layer
d.
Select
 

 151. 

What is the default drop shadow color?
a.
Black
b.
Blue
c.
White
d.
Yellow
 

 152. 

Generally, using more than ____ font(s) in one image is ill-advised since it might be distracting to your readers.
a.
1
b.
2
c.
3
d.
4
 

 153. 

The Bevel and Emboss style is used to add combinations of _____ and _____ to a layer.
a.
Color, hue
b.
Type, imagery
c.
Shadows, highlights
d.
Aliasing, anti-aliasing
 

 154. 

Which menu can be used to add the Bevel and Emboss effect to type?
a.
Edit
b.
Select
c.
Layer
d.
Effects
 

 155. 

Which of the following can be controlled in the Bevel and Emboss effect?
a.
Angle
b.
Gloss contour
c.
Altitude
d.
All of the above
 

 156. 

Most filter dialog boxes have zoom in and zoom out buttons that make it easy to see the _____ of a filter.
a.
Effects
b.
panel
c.
Layer
d.
Image
 

 157. 

A Gaussian blur is an example of a(n) ____.
a.
Filter
b.
panel
c.
Layer
d.
Image
 

 158. 

You want your type to be displayed with the best possible resolution, so which anti-aliasing method should you use?
a.
Strong
b.
Sharp
c.
Crisp
d.
Smooth
 

 159. 

To add interest, you decide to apply the Colored Pencil filter to the names.  Before applying the filter, you must _______________ the type.
a.
Drift
b.
Cane
c.
Sample
d.
Rasterize
 

 160. 

You decide not to use a filter, but when you try to edit the type you are unable to change it without causing huge problems in the layer.  Why?
a.
The type has been converted to pixels
b.
In order to apply the filter you had to rasterize the type, and rasterized type can’t be edited
c.
The type has become distorted
d.
Both a and b
 

Completion
Complete each statement.
 

 161. 

Photoshop is a(n) ____________________ program.
 

 

 162. 

____________________ is a companion Web production program that lets you compress / optimize image quality and animate images.
 

 

 163. 

In Photoshop, text is referred to as ____________________.
 

 

 164. 

A(n) ____________________ is a graphic with a distinctive shape used by an organization.
 

 

 165. 

A(n) ____________________ file has all layers irreversibly combined to reduce file size.
 

 

 166. 

____________________ is fully integrated with Photoshop.
 

 

 167. 

In Windows, open Photoshop using the ____________________ button.
 

 

 168. 

Create a new file from scratch using the _______________ dialog box to set the Height and Width dimensions.
 

 

 169. 

Rulers can be displayed by clicking Rulers on the ____________________ menu.
 

 

 170. 

The order in which the layers appear in the ____________________ Panel matches the order in which they appear in the image.
 

 

 171. 

Only ____________________ layer(s) can be active at a time.
 

 

 172. 

When a layer is  ____________________, you are not able to merge it with another layer, select it, or print it.
 

 

 173. 

The Index panel tab in Photoshop help shows topics arranged ____________________.
 

 

 174. 

You can use the ____________________ menu to open Bridge.
 

 

 175. 

You can turn off the thumbnail display using the list arrow in the ____________________ panel.
 

 

 176. 

A(n) ____________________ layer cannot be modified as extensively as an image layer.
 

 

 177. 

You can change a ruler’s units of measurement by pointing to Preferences on the Edit (Win) or Photoshop (Mac) menu and selecting ____________________ & Rulers.
 

 

 178. 

The ____________________ menu is used to turn an image layer into a Background layer.
 

 

 179. 

The Create a new layer button is located on the ____________________ panel.
 

 

 180. 

Photoshop always numbers layers ____________________ no matter how many you add or delete.
 

 

 181. 

You can restore a deleted layer during the current editing session by deleting the ____________________ state on the History panel.
 

 

 182. 

Hiding portions of an image without losing resolution quality is called ____________________.
 

 

 183. 

The ____________________ Lasso lets you isolate complex shapes.
 

 

 184. 

When you use the Move Tool to drag a selection to the destination image, Photoshop places the selection in a(n) ____________________ layer.
 

 

 185. 

A(n) ____________________ group lets you organize layers, and is similar to a folder on your hard drive.
 

 

 186. 

____________________ a layer is a good way to preserve modifications to a layer because you don't have to worry about losing your original work.
 

 

 187. 

A file's size can be significantly reduced using the ____________________ process.
 

 

 188. 

You can use the ____________________ menu to flatten an image.
 

 

 189. 

When an image is flattened, all visible layers are combined in the ____________________ layer.
 

 

 190. 

Item 5 points to the ____________________ group icon.
 

 

 191. 

____________________ is the technique used to combine elements from different images.
 

 

 192. 

There are ____________________ free-form tools you can use to create your own unique selections.
 

 

 193. 

A(n) ____________________ is an anchor within the marquee.
 

 

 194. 

A selection stays selected until you ____________________ it.
 

 

 195. 

Press ____________________ while dragging the Rectangular Marquee Tool to create a square.
 

 

 196. 

To select an entire image, click ____________________ on the Application bar, and then click All.
 

 

 197. 

The Magnetic ____________________ Tool lets you alternate between freehand and straight line segments.
 

 

 198. 

You can reselect a deselected object by clicking Select on the Application bar, then clicking __________________.
 

 

 199. 

After a selection is ____________________, you can move, copy, transform or make adjustments to it.
 

 

 200. 

You can deselect a selected object by clicking Select on the Application bar, then clicking ____________________.
 

 

 201. 

Guides are ____________________ horizontal and vertical lines that are used to help position selections within an image.
 

 

 202. 

You can ____________________ change any selection tool into the Move Tool by pressing and holding [Ctrl] (Win) or [command] (Mac).
 

 

 203. 

You can nudge a selection using the ____________________ keys.
 

 

 204. 

____________________ is a setting that lets you specify whether similar pixels will be selected.
 

 

 205. 

____________________ contrast between colors is an ideal condition for making selections based on color.
 

 

 206. 

You can use the ______________________ command to make the same selections as with the Magic Wand Tool.
 

 

 207. 

The Color Range command does not give you the option of excluding contiguous pixels as does the ______________________ Tool.
 

 

 208. 

In Photoshop, you can create a vignette by creating a(n) ____________________.
 

 

 209. 

A(n) ____________________ effect uses feathering to fade a marquee shape.
 

 

 210. 

You can create a vignette using a marquee or ____________________ tool.
 

 

 211. 

The ____________________ of a color model is the range of colors that can be accurately reproduced.
 

 

 212. 

____________________ colors are used for lighting, video, and computer monitors.
 

 

 213. 

The ____________________ mode can display up to 256 shades of gray.
 

 

 214. 

Photoshop's ____________________ color is used to make gradient fills and fill in erased image areas.
 

 

 215. 

Photoshop's ____________________ color is used to paint, fill, and stroke selections.
 

 

 216. 

The _________________ panel displays the X (horizontal) and Y (vertical) coordinates of the cursor.
 

 

 217. 

A new color can be added to the ____________________ panel by sampling a color from the image.
 

 

 218. 

The process of adding a border to a selection is called ____________________ the edges.
 

 

 219. 

You cannot lock transparency or image pixels in a(n) ____________________ layer.
 

 

 220. 

If you want to change the location of a stroke, you must first ____________________ the previous one since, by default, Photoshop applies the new one over the old.
 

 

 221. 

If there is an element of a layer that you wish to protect, such as transparency, you can ____________________ it to prevent changes.
 

 

 222. 

Locking options are found on the ____________________ panel.
 

 

 223. 

A(n) ____________________ is a blend of colors used to fill a selection of a layer or an entire layer.
 

 

 224. 

When you click the ____________________, five gradient style buttons display on the options bar.
 

 

 225. 

You can adjust the opacity and color of a gradient by using sliders found in the Gradient ____________________ dialog box.
 

 

 226. 

You can use the Gradient ____________________ to create a new gradient from an existing one, modify an existing one, add some intermediate colors to a gradient, or adjust a gradient's opacity.
 

 

 227. 

The Gradient picker can be closed by pressing ____________________ in either Macintosh or Windows.
 

 

 228. 

A brightness value from 0 (black) to 255 (white) is assigned to each pixel in a(n) ____________________ image.
 

 

 229. 

The light and dark values of pixels found on a grayscale or color image is called __________________.
 

 

 230. 

A(n) ____________________ gradient effect can be applied to a grayscale image by using a Gradient Map.
 

 

 231. 

Hue, Saturation, and ____________________ sliders are found on the Hue/Saturation dialog box.
 

 

 232. 

Hue, saturation, brightness, and contrast controls can all be accessed by using the ____________________ command on the Image menu.
 

 

 233. 

As you adjust hue and saturation settings, you may create ____________________ in your image.
 

 

 234. 

In Photoshop, text is referred to as ____________________.
 

 

 235. 

A(n) ____________________  is a complete set of characters, letters, and symbols for a particular typeface.
 

 

 236. 

Arial belongs to the ____________________ font family.
 

 

 237. 

Each character of a font is measured in ____________________.
 

 

 238. 

The Horizontal Type Tool is located in the ____________________.
 

 

 239. 

You can use the ____________________ Tool to change the color of type.
 

 

 240. 

____________________ controls the amount of space between characters.
 

 

 241. 

____________________ controls the amount of space between lines.
 

 

 242. 

The Layer styles are linked to the contents of  the layer, which means that if a layer is moved or modified, the styles will still be ____________________.
 

 

 243. 

The ____________________ menu can be used to add a drop shadow.
 

 

 244. 

____________________ is the default drop shadow color.
 

 

 245. 

____________________ is useful for improving the display of large type in print media.
 

 

 246. 

The current state is displayed in the ____________________ panel.
 

 

 247. 

The ____________________ menu can be used to add the Bevel and Emboss effect.
 

 

 248. 

Some of the ____________________ effects you can create include, Glass, Pinch, Ripple, Shear, Spherize, and Twirl.
 

 

 249. 

Because you cannot edit type after it has been  ____________________, you should save your original type layer by making a copy of it and hiding it from view.
 

 
 
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 250. 

The figure above is an example of using a ____________________ to place emphasis on type.
 

 



 
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