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InDesign Chapter 01 - TEST

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 is powerful enough to create complex projects, like a magazine layout or a cookbook.
 

 3. 

InDesign is not a comprehensive photo manipulation application like Photoshop.
 

 4. 

InDesign does not have a table of contents feature.
 

 5. 

InDesign has an index feature.
 

 6. 

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

 7. 

InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator are all manufactured by the same software company.
 

 8. 

Sometimes, working in InDesign feels like working in Illustrator.
 

 9. 

In InDesign, the workspace cannot be customized.
 

 10. 

The default workspace in InDesign is called Essentials.
 

 11. 

Docking panels is not the same as grouping panels.
 

 12. 

All tools on the Tools panel are visible.
 

 13. 

The only way to access the Zoom tool is to click it in the Tools panel.
 

 14. 

Some menu commands provide the same function as the Zoom tool.
 

 15. 

Some tools in the Tools panel are hidden.
 

 16. 

You can view the Tools panel as a single or a double column.
 

 17. 

The Tools panel is divided into sections.
 

 18. 

The only way to access a tool is to click it in the Tools panel.
 

 19. 

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

 20. 

Grouping panels conserves space.
 

 21. 

You can use the workspace switcher on the Application bar to switch from one workspace to another.
 

 22. 

There are four different ways to view the Tools panel.
 

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

 23. 

The Tools panel is divided into ____ sections.
a.
6
c.
4
b.
8
d.
10
 

 24. 

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

 25. 

Which of the following functions does the pasteboard provide?
a.
Pasting
c.
Transforming
b.
Storing
d.
Measuring
 

 26. 

When you choose a panel from the Window menu, instead of from the workspace, it appears in ____ view.
a.
expanded
c.
thumbnail
b.
collapsed
d.
icon
 

 27. 

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

 28. 

The black arrow at the top of the Tools panel is an example of what type of tool?
a.
Selection tool
c.
Drawing tool
b.
Shape tool
d.
Transform tool
 

 29. 

The navigation section of the Tools panel includes the ____ tool.
a.
Rectangle
c.
Selection
b.
Zoom
d.
Direct Selection
 

 30. 

The Rotate tool is an example of what type of tool?
a.
Selection tool
c.
Drawing tool
b.
Shape tool
d.
Transform tool
 

 31. 

The Pen tool is an example of what type of tool?
a.
Selection tool
c.
Drawing tool
b.
Shape tool
d.
Transform tool
 

 32. 

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

 33. 

Hidden tools are indicated by what in the Tools panel?
a.
Eye icon
c.
Small black diamond
b.
Hand icon
d.
Small black triangle
 

 34. 

Which of the following cannot be created in InDesign?
a.
Table of contents
c.
Table of information
b.
Index
d.
None of the above
 

 35. 

Which of the following cannot be done in InDesign?
a.
Position text on a path
c.
Draw a star
b.
Create irregular shaped text boxes
d.
None of the above
 

 36. 

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

 37. 

Double-clicking a single page icon in the Pages panel does what?
a.
Duplicates the page
c.
Brings the page into view
b.
Deletes the page
d.
Opens the page and the Navigator panel
 

 38. 

Which of the following does not appear in Preview mode?
a.
Guides
c.
Floating panels
b.
Tools panel
d.
Tooltips
 

 39. 

Which menu do you use to manage and create multiple document windows?
a.
Arrange Documents
c.
New View
b.
Duplicate
d.
New Window
 

 40. 

An object on the page that extends into the pasteboard is said to what?
a.
Trail
c.
Bleed
b.
Spill
d.
Trick question - objects on the artboard cannot extend into the pasteboard
 

 41. 

Two facing pages are known as ____.
a.
page icons
c.
proofs
b.
spreads
d.
bleeds
 
 
Case Based Critical Thinking

Katie works at a small advertising company that specializes in photo retouching. She is promoted to start a new division - one that will design brochures, magazines and other types of print pieces for clients.
 

 42. 

In a report to the owners, Katie explains that each of her new workstations must be equipped with Adobe InDesign, which is primarily a ____ type of application.
a.
Word processing
c.
Drawing
b.
Photo manipulation
d.
Layout
 

 43. 

Many Photoshop artists in the company are now making the transition to working in InDesign, and Katie is in charge of training them. She explains that working smart in InDesign is important, and ____ is an effective way to keep related panels together.
a.
docking panels
c.
using the Pages panel
b.
grouping panels
d.
expanding panels
 

 44. 

One of the company’s new major clients is a local magazine that publishes every month - and Katie is the lead designer. She designs a cover that shows a single photo that extends to all four edges of the cover. When setting up her cover template in InDesign, Katie knows that the photo must do which of the following:
a.
Bleed into all four gutters
c.
Bleed into the margins
b.
Bleed into the pasteboard
d.
Bleed past all four columns
 

 45. 

Katie leads the department through its first successful year. A new client approaches asking about InDesign’s capabilities for producing books - text books, cook books, etc. Katie explains that InDesign is very useful for creating book layouts because it can do which of the following:
a.
Create a table of contents
c.
Create tables
b.
Create an index
d.
All of the above
 

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]
 

 46. 

Selection tool
 

 47. 

Hide panels
 

 48. 

Direct Selection tool
 

 49. 

Access Hand tool
 

 50. 

Pen tool
 



 
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