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InDesign (Chapter 1 - 5):  REVIEW



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

 1. 

InDesign would be a good choice for laying out a single-page newsletter or even an 8-page newsletter.
 

 2. 

InDesign offers the ability to present information in a table format.
 

 3. 

An em space is a fixed measurement; the width of an Em space never varies.
 

 4. 

The Underline command always applies a standard .5 point line under selected text.
 

 5. 

The best way to create a space after a paragraph is to press [Enter] (Win) or [return] (Mac) twice.
 

 6. 

The location of guides that you create can be modified, but margin guides cannot be modified.
 

 7. 

A text or graphics frame placed on a master page functions as a place where text or graphics may be positioned on the document page.
 

 8. 

Guides can be horizontal, vertical or diagonal.
 

 9. 

The only function of guides is to help with alignment.
 

 10. 

Guides, columns and margins have default colors.
 

 11. 

When you select guides on the InDesign page then change their color, any new guides you create will be in the new color.
 

 12. 

The Transform panel identifies an object's horizontal and vertical position on a page.
 

 13. 

Layers can be renamed.
 

 14. 

In the New Color Swatch dialog box, you can use the Color Type list to choose from one of two types of colors.
 
 
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 15. 

In the figure above, all four chips are painted or filled with the same color ink.
 

 16. 

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

 17. 

You can use the drag and drop method with any panel that has Fill and Stroke buttons.
 

 18. 

A Paper fill and a None fill are essentially the same thing.
 

 19. 

When you select text, the Fill and Stroke buttons on the Tools panel show the fill and stroke colors of the selected text.
 

 20. 

Spot colors are mixtures of CMYK.
 

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

 21. 

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

 22. 

The Zoom tool can magnify a page to what maximum percentage?
a.
400%
c.
4000%
b.
500%
d.
5000%
 

 23. 

Press this key to access the Hand tool.
a.
Tab
c.
Enter
b.
Spacebar
d.
Shift
 

 24. 

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

 25. 

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

 26. 

To apply a space after a block of text, use the ____ panel.
a.
Character
c.
Character Styles
b.
Paragraph
d.
Paragraph Styles
 

 27. 

Which of the following often requires kerning?
a.
Large blocks of text
c.
Footnotes
b.
Headlines
d.
Numbers
 

 28. 

When you apply the Underline command to selected text, the thickness of the resulting underline is ____.
a.
always .5 points
b.
always 1 point
c.
a weight you enter in the Underline dialog box
d.
dependent upon the point size of the selected text
 
 
Case Based Critical Thinking

Katie is in charge of developing the print design and layout division of an ad agency. She is a meticulous designer and has a genuine love of typography; this is one reason why so many clients appreciate her and admire her work. In developing the new department, Katie is training a number of junior designers, and she’s hoping to train them to adopt her skills in their own work.
 

 29. 

When laying out magazine pages for her clients, Katie knows that pages of text must always appear visually consistent. She insists that a consistent amount of space must be maintained between all paragraphs in the body copy. Therefore, she insists that her designers use the following method:
a.
Typing an extra return after each paragraph
c.
Entering a specific value in the Vertical Scale text box
b.
Entering a specific value in the Paragraph panel
d.
Typing an Em space after each paragraph
 

 30. 

The Align panel does which of the following?
a.
Aligns objects
c.
Repositions objects
b.
Distributes objects
d.
all of the above
 
 
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 31. 

In the figure above, the two copies will be offset in which direction from the original?
a.
to the right and up
c.
to the left and up
b.
to the right and down
d.
to the left and down
 
 
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 32. 

In the figure above, the two copies will be offset in which direction from the original?
a.
to the right and up
c.
to the left and up
b.
to the right and down
d.
to the left and down
 
 
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 33. 

In the figure above, clicking the button labeled “E” would align selected objects how?
a.
Horizontally, on their center points
b.
Vertically on their center points
 
 
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 34. 

In the figure above, which of the following is true about the three text frames?
a.
They are aligned
c.
They are neither aligned nor distributed
b.
They are distributed evenly
d.
They are grouped
 
 
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 35. 

In the figure above, the objects on which layers will print?
a.
Layer 1 (blue)
d.
Layers 2 & 3
b.
Layer 2 (red)
e.
All layers
c.
Layer 3 (green)
 

 36. 

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

 37. 

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?
a.
Indicates selected items button
b.
Indicates current drawing layer icon
 
 
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.
 

 38. 

A layout calls for numerous picture boxes to be positioned exactly two inches apart. Katie tells her designer that which of the following is the best InDesign feature to produce the layout quickly and correctly:
a.
The Align buttons in the Align Panel
c.
Step and Repeat
b.
The Distribute buttons in the Align Panel
d.
Transform Again
 

 39. 

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

 40. 

Pressing which key toggles the activation between the Fill and Stroke button?
a.
[F]
c.
[X]
b.
[S]
d.
[Z]
 

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]
 

 41. 

Type tool
 

 42. 

Hide panels
 

 43. 

Direct Selection tool
 

 44. 

Access Hand tool
 

 45. 

Pen tool
 
 
Match each tool with its corresponding shortcut key.
a.
Glyph
e.
Find/Change
b.
Data merge
f.
Dynamic Spelling
c.
Pull quote
g.
Drag and Drop
d.
Quick Apply
h.
Rule
 

 46. 

A fast way to apply a style
 

 47. 

A character, such as a trademark symbol, that does not appear on the keyboard
 

 48. 

Feature that allows you to change all instances of a word or phrase in your document
 

 49. 

To move text to a new location
 

 50. 

Paragraph that starts further to the right
 



 
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