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InDesign (Chapter 1 - 5):  Six-Weeks Exam

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

 1. 

Placing a black copy of text behind original text produces the same effect as using InDesign’s Drop Shadow command.
 

 2. 

An object must be either entirely on the artboard or entirely on the pasteboard.
 

 3. 

In Adobe InDesign, in order for an object to be modified, it must first be selected.
 

 4. 

A 150% Vertical Scale changes the width of the selected text.
 

 5. 

Layers themselves are transparent.
 

 6. 

When dragging and dropping swatches, you can modify the color of an unselected object.
 

 7. 

Docking panels is not the same as grouping panels.
 

 8. 

Kerning increments are very fine. Therefore, it’s usually less important to kern large text, such as headlines.
 

 9. 

Using CMYK inks only, it is possible to reproduce a color photo.
 

 10. 

All tools on the Tools panel are visible.
 

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

 11. 

All panels can be accessed under which menu?
a.
Panels
d.
View
b.
Layout
e.
File
c.
Window
 

 12. 

CMYK inks are called what?
a.
Process inks
c.
PMS inks
b.
PANTONE inks
d.
Spot colors
 

 13. 

The Arrange sub-menu has how many commands?
a.
4
c.
1
b.
2
d.
3
 

 14. 

In addition to the Swatches and Color panels, the Formatting affects text and Formatting affects container buttons can be found in the ____?
a.
Themes
c.
Navigator
b.
Preferences
d.
Tools panel
 

 15. 

An object positioned entirely in the pasteboard ________.
a.
won’t print
b.
will print
 

 16. 

To modify the leading of selected text, use the ____ panel.
a.
Paragraph
c.
Paragraph Styles
b.
Character
d.
Character Styles
 

 17. 

InDesign is primarily what type of software application?
a.
drawing
c.
word processing
b.
layout
d.
photo manipulation
 

 18. 

The arrangement of windows and panels in InDesign is called the ____.
a.
document window
c.
artboard
b.
workspace
d.
scratch area
 
 
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 19. 

The figure above shows which panel?
a.
New Document panel
c.
Document Setup panel
b.
Document Layout panel
d.
Pages panel
 
 
Case Based Critical Thinking

Katie runs the very successful print department for an ad agency, where she heads up the team the designs and produces magazines, newsletters and many other types of documents for clients. Katie’s main focus these days is productivity - she want to be sure that her designers are using InDesign as effectively as possible. Though she doesn’t want them to rush through their jobs, she does want them to utilize the software to its fullest effect.
 

 20. 

Katie’s team is working on a layout for a page in which all the images of the animals are on the bottom layer in the layers palette. On the top layer are images of trees, and the layout calls for all the animals to be hiding behind the trees. Katie informs her designer that the client called with a change - the image of the horse should appear in front of the trees. The designer selects the horse image then applies the Bring To Front command, and is then confused because the image is still behind the trees. Katie realized that this designer is confused by which component of working with layered artwork:
a.
The Bring To Front command vs the Send To Back command
c.
Working with hidden layers
b.
The Stacking Order vs The Layer Order
d.
Working with locked layers
 

Matching
 
 
Match each shortcut key with its corresponding tool or command
a.
[z]
e.
[v]
b.
[Tab]
f.
[p]
c.
[a]
g.
[t]
d.
Double-click Zoom tool
h.
[Spacebar]
 

 21. 

Type tool
 

 22. 

Pen tool
 

 23. 

Access Hand tool
 

 24. 

Changes document view to 100%
 

 25. 

Hide panels
 



 
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