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InDesign Chapter 03 - REVIEW



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

 1. 

Once you determine the page size for a layout, it cannot be modified.
 

 2. 

Only the position of guides that you create can be modified at a later time.
 

 3. 

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

 4. 

Text used in InDesign must be created in InDesign.
 

 5. 

Magazines have facing pages.
 

 6. 

When the Facing Pages check box is not checked, pages in InDesign stand alone, like a stack of pages.
 

 7. 

Margin guides and column guides can play in important role when flowing text.
 

 8. 

The margin is the area at the outer edge of the page.
 
 
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 9. 

In the figure above, the document has been specified as having facing pages.
 

 10. 

In the figure above, all of the pages are based on the same master page.
 

 11. 

All of the choices that you make in the New Document dialog box can be modified after the document has been created.
 

 12. 

Master pages are templates that you create for a page layout.
 

 13. 

The term gutter refers to the spaces between two page icons in the Pages panel.
 

 14. 

All items on the master page are called master items.
 

 15. 

You can apply a master page to as many pages as you want.
 

 16. 

If you make a change to a master page, in many situations, the change will be reflected on the pages based on the master page.
 

 17. 

Master pages are listed on the Master Pages panel.
 

 18. 

When you create a new document, two default master pages are automatically created.
 

 19. 

The Pages panel is command central for all things related to master pages and document pages.
 

 20. 

Any text you create in InDesign must be in a text frame.
 

 21. 

Graphics can only be placed in graphics frames.
 

 22. 

Any text that you see in an InDesign layout must be in a text frame.
 

 23. 

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.
 

 24. 

If you position a text frame on a master page, you must place text in the frame on the master page.
 

 25. 

If you position an empty text frame on a master page, you must place text in the frame on the document page.
 

 26. 

Guides can be horizontal, vertical or diagonal.
 

 27. 

The only function of guides is to help with alignment.
 

 28. 

Snap to Guides makes it easier to align an object with a guide.
 

 29. 

When working with spreads, you can create a guide that goes across the entire spread.
 

 30. 

Guides, columns and margins have default colors.
 

 31. 

When you select guides on the InDesign page, choosing a new color for guides will affect only the selected guides.
 

 32. 

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

 33. 

Once you've modified the color of margins or columns or both, each new page you create in an existing document will appear with those new colors.
 

 34. 

Once you've modified the color of margins or columns or both, each new document you create will have margins and columns that appear with those new colors.
 

 35. 

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

 36. 

X and Y Location values are determined in reference to the zero point.
 

 37. 

A circular object has no X and Y coordinates.
 

 38. 

You can type directly into the text boxes on the Transform panel.
 

 39. 

You can change the width or the height of a selected object by changing the value in the Width or Height text boxes on the Transform panel.
 

 40. 

You can change the location of a selected object by changing the value in the X or Y (or both) text boxes on the Transform panel.
 

 41. 

All master pages must have the same column and margin layout as specified in the New Document dialog box.
 

 42. 

The best way to create page numbers is to create a text frame in the same location on each page.
 

 43. 

You can create placeholder text frames for page numbers on multiple master pages.
 

 44. 

When you include an automatic page number in a text frame on a master page, the auto page number appears as a # sign.
 

 45. 

You can format an automatic page number to be any typeface, type style or type size.
 

 46. 

When working with spreads, automatic page numbers must be on both pages of the spread.
 

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

 47. 

Which of the following can you specify in the New Document dialog box?
a.
Page size
c.
Width of columns
b.
Number of pages
d.
All of the above
 

 48. 

Use the following command to save document settings for future use:
a.
Save Preset
c.
Save Preset Settings
b.
Save Document Settings
d.
Save Trim Size
 
 
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 49. 

What is the correct name of the dialog box shown in the figure above?
a.
New dialog box
c.
Document Setup dialog box
b.
New Document dialog box
d.
New Layout dialog box
 

 50. 

The width and height of the finished document is known as what?
a.
trim size
c.
spread size
b.
bleed size
d.
print size
 
 
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 51. 

In the figure above, the letter “A” is pointing to which page element?
a.
Gutter
c.
Margin area
b.
Column guide
d.
Column
 

 52. 

In the figure above, the letter “B” is pointing to which page element?
a.
Gutter
c.
Margin area
b.
Column guide
d.
Column
 

 53. 

In the figure above, the letter “C” is pointing to which page element?
a.
Gutter
c.
Margin area
b.
Column guide
d.
Column
 

 54. 

In the figure above, the letter “D” is pointing to which page element?
a.
Gutter
c.
Margin area
b.
Column guide
d.
Column
 
 
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 55. 

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

 56. 

In the figure above, page 1 is on a(n) ______.
a.
right-hand page
c.
master page
b.
left-hand page
d.
index page
 

 57. 

The space between columns is referred to as what?
a.
Margin
c.
Guide
b.
Gutter
d.
Trim
 

 58. 

Which of the following can be a benefit of using master pages?
a.
Time savings
c.
Freedom from repetitive work
b.
Consistency
d.
All of the above
 

 59. 

Which of the following can you do to pages using the Pages panel?
a.
Add pages
c.
Reorder pages
b.
Delete pages
d.
All of the above
 

 60. 

Which of the following can you do to pages using the Pages panel?
a.
Add pages
c.
Add master pages
b.
Delete pages
d.
All of the above
 

 61. 

Which of the following can you do to pages using the Pages panel?
a.
Add master pages
c.
Apply master pages
b.
Reorder master pages
d.
All of the above
 

 62. 

Once they are created, which of the following can you do to guides.
a.
select them
c.
move them
b.
delete them
d.
All of the above
 

 63. 

If you want to change the color of guides that already exist in a document, which of the following do you use?
a.
a menu command
b.
a preference from the Preferences dialog box
c.
a dialog box
d.
the master page
 

 64. 

If you want to modify the color of a margin guide, which of the following do you use?
a.
a menu command
b.
a preference from the Preferences dialog box
c.
the Column panel
d.
the Pages panel
 

 65. 

If you want to modify the color of a column guide, which of the following do you use?
a.
a menu command
b.
a preference from the Preferences dialog box
c.
the Column panel
d.
the Pages panel
 

 66. 

This panel identifies a selected object's width and height.
a.
Measurements panel
c.
Transform panel
b.
Location panel
d.
Transition panel
 

 67. 

The horizontal location of an object is specified by which value?
a.
X value
b.
Y value
c.
It depends on which reference point is selected on the Transform panel
d.
H value
 

 68. 

The Y value tells you what about a selected object on a page?
a.
Its horizontal location
b.
Its vertical location
c.
It depends on which reference point is selected on the Transform panel
d.
Its width
 

 69. 

The Transform panel has how many reference points?
a.
4
c.
8
b.
5
d.
9
 

 70. 

Which of the following commands do you use when you want to use automatic page numbering in a document?
a.
Insert Number
c.
Insert Special Character
b.
Insert Em Space
d.
Insert Break
 

 71. 

Which panel do you use to load master pages?
a.
Pages
c.
Transform
b.
Navigator
d.
Insert
 
 
Case Based Critical Thinking

Katie heads up the print division of an ad agency and supervises a team of designers. She is always striving to teach her designers to use InDesign properly and effectively to produce work in the most cost-effective manner possible while still maintaining standards of excellence.
 

 72. 

Most of the print jobs involve multiple page documents. Katie instructs all of her designers to always use automatic page numbering. Not only is this the fastest method for numbering pages, it also provides which of the following bonuses:
a.
Consistent placement of page numbers from page to page
c.
Auto renumbering if page sequence changes
b.
The ability to globally modify page numbering attributes
d.
All of the above
 

 73. 

Always the perfectionist, Katie insists that her team masters the use of X and Y Location values and always reminds them that the point of origin - the 0X/0Y point - on an InDesign page is by default at ____.
a.
the top left corner of the page
c.
The center of the page
b.
the bottom left corner of the page
d.
Whichever reference point is selected on the Transform panel
 

 74. 

Katie is showing her team how to insert white space. She explains that an em space is equivalent to a lower case m in the ____.
a.
Arial font
c.
current typeface at that type size
b.
Glyphs panel
d.
current typeface at 12 pt type size
 

 75. 

Next, Katie shows her team how to create a new master page based on an existing master page. While explaining this process, she reminds them that ____.
a.
basing a new master on an existing master is the same as duplicating a master
c.
basing a new master on an existing master is not the best way to work efficiently.
b.
basing a new master on an existing master is the same as copying a master
d.
basing a new master on an existing master is not the same as duplicating a master
 

 76. 

A client’s monthly newsletter always includes a number of dashes in the sub-headlines. For consistency and style, Katie tells her design team to always format with the longest dashes available, which are ____.
a.
hyphens
c.
Em dashes
b.
En dashes
d.
Double dashes
 



 
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