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InDesign Chapter 02 - TEST

Matching
 
 
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
 

 1. 

To move text to a new location
 

 2. 

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

 3. 

Using fields and records to create a target document
 

 4. 

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

 5. 

Places a red line under misspelled words
 

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

 6. 

A 200% Horizontal Scale changes the width of the selected text.
 

 7. 

All text is positioned in relation to a baseline.
 

 8. 

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

 9. 

When you apply a superscript, the selected character no longer appears on the same baseline.
 

 10. 

A 100% Horizontal Scale means that text is twice as wide as its default setting.
 

 11. 

By default, text is generated without a modified horizontal or a vertical scale.
 

 12. 

It is wise to group the Character and Paragraph panels together.
 

 13. 

Indents and Space After values can be saved as part of a Paragraph style.
 

 14. 

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

 15. 

InDesign provides a number of different options for underlining text.
 

 16. 

InDesign is a first-rate application for generating and editing text.
 

 17. 

A 200% Horizontal Scale changes the height of the selected text.
 

 18. 

Kerning and tracking are applied only for aesthetic reasons; to make text more appealing visually.
 

 19. 

A 200% Horizontal Scale and a 100% Vertical Scale changes both the width and height of the selected text.
 

 20. 

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

 21. 

Only the first letter of a paragraph can be used as a drop cap.
 

 22. 

InDesign is a first-rate application for generating sophisticated typography.
 

 23. 

When you apply a superscript, the selected character looks smaller.
 

 24. 

Type size and type face can be saved as part of a Character style.
 

 25. 

To create an indent properly, modify the indent in the Paragraph panel or press the spacebar key five times at the beginning of a paragraph.
 

 26. 

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

 27. 

InDesign is able to "flow" text as body copy.
 

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

 28. 

In most cases, the Leading value is expressed in these units.
a.
Centimeters
c.
Inches
b.
Picas
d.
Points
 

 29. 

To modify the left indent on a block of text, use the ____ panel.
a.
Paragraph
c.
Character
b.
Paragraph Styles
d.
Preferences
 
 
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.
 

 30. 

Part of Katie’s magazine page layout includes sections of body copy that will be underlined. The body copy in the magazine is always in the Bembo typeface at an 11.5 pt type size on 12.5 pts leading. She instructs her designers that, when underlining text, select the text then apply the Underline command. Katie assures them that the weight of the line will always be consistent because ____.
a.
the weight of the Underline command rule is based on the size of the type
c.
the weight of the Underline command rule is a specific value that can be saved after it is entered
b.
the weight of the Underline command rule is based on the leading value specified
d.
the weight of the Underline command rule is 1pt. by default
 

 31. 

As part of typographical quality control, Katie insists that all headlines and display text in any layout must be seen by a senior designer before being sent out to the client; she does this so that the senior designer can approve the quality of the ____.
a.
Superscripts and Subscripts
c.
Em Spaces and Em Dashes
b.
Horizontal and Vertical Scales
d.
Tracking and Kerning
 

 32. 

Being the head of laying out a major client’s monthly magazine, Katie uses Character styles and Paragraph styles to format specific headlines, sub-headlines, footnotes, body copy, and other page components. The benefit of doing this is ________.
a.
it allows for global formatting changes
c.
it dramatically speeds up the workflow process
b.
it assures visual consistency from page to page, issue to issue
d.
all of the above
 

 33. 

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 Em space after each paragraph
c.
Entering a specific value in the Vertical Scale text box
b.
Typing an extra return after each paragraph
d.
Entering a specific value in the Paragraph panel
 

 34. 

When laying out book pages for her clients, Katie’s design template includes an indent for the first paragraph of every chapter and the first paragraph after any section break in a chapter. To keep these indents visually consistent, she instructs her designers that the best way to do so is to do which of the following?
a.
Specify an indent value in the Character panel
c.
Specify an indent value in the Paragraph panel
b.
Use the Tab key
d.
Press [Spacebar] exactly five times to create the indent
 

 35. 

Increasing the vertical scale ____.
a.
affects only the overall width
c.
decreases the width of the characters
b.
maintains the height of the characters
d.
None of the above
 

 36. 

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

 37. 

An em space is a unit of measure determined by what?
a.
The type size
c.
The baseline
b.
The designer
d.
The leading
 

 38. 

To skew a block text, use the ____ panel.
a.
Paragraph
c.
Character Styles
b.
Paragraph Styles
d.
Character
 

 39. 

To modify the baseline of a selected single line of text, use the ____ panel.
a.
New Paragraph Style
c.
Paragraph Styles
b.
Character
d.
Paragraph
 

 40. 

InDesign measures kerning and tracking by this unit of measure.
a.
Millimeters
c.
Points
b.
X-height
d.
Em space
 

 41. 

To add a drop cap to a block of text, use the ____ panel.
a.
Character
c.
Paragraph
b.
Paragraph Styles
d.
Character Styles
 

 42. 

To track or kern a block of text, use the ____ panel.
a.
Paragraph
c.
Character Styles
b.
Paragraph Styles
d.
Character
 

 43. 

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

 44. 

Which of the following is usually true of a "pull-quote?"
a.
Indented on right
c.
Larger type size
b.
Indented on left
d.
All of the above
 

 45. 

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

 46. 

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

 47. 

A small number used to denote a footnote is an example of what type of character formatting?
a.
Hypertext
c.
Superscript
b.
Script
d.
Subscript
 

 48. 

InDesign will track and kern to what minimum?
a.
1/ 10000 Em space
c.
1/10 Em space
b.
1/100 Em space
d.
1/1000 Em space
 

 49. 

Horizontal and Vertical Scale are expressed as what?
a.
Inches
c.
Percentages
b.
Picas
d.
Points
 

 50. 

To modify the horizontal scale on a block of text, use the ____ panel.
a.
Character Styles
c.
Character
b.
Paragraph Styles
d.
Paragraph
 



 
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