Adobe InDesign Practice Test

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What is the purpose of Ruler Guides?

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Explanation:
A ruler guide is displayed or hidden with the layer on which it was created. New ruler guides always appear on the target spread. For example, if several spreads are visible in the document window and you drag a new guide into the window, the new guide becomes visible only on the target spread.

What tool do you use to create text frames and graphics?

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Explanation:
Selection tools are designed to select regions from the active layer so you can work on them without affecting the unselected areas. Each tool has its own individual properties, but the selection tools also share a number of options and features in common.

To draw a box or an oval, what tool would you use?

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Explanation:
Ellipse Tool The Ellipse Tool creates elliptical shapes and paths (shape outlines). In the Toolbox, select the Ellipse Tool. In the Options bar, choose drawing mode: to create vector shape layers click Shape layers button ; to draw paths (shape outlines) click Paths button; to create rasterized shapes in current layer click Fill pixels.

When should serif fonts be used?

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Explanation:
The body text or body copy is the text forming the main content of a book, magazine, web page, or any other printed or digital work. This is as a contrast to both additional components such as headings, images, charts, footnotes etc. on each page, and also the pages of front matter that form the introduction to a book.

What color is the outline of a graphic when it is selected?

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Explanation:
The correct answer is It is the color assigned to the layer it is on

What does Adobe's equivalent of Mail Merge?

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Explanation:
Data merge inserts text and image links from other programs into your publication pages.

What are the default web settings in InDesign?

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Explanation:
Correct answer is Page sizes in pixels

How would you choose the content of a photo frame's content?

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Explanation:
The direct Selection tool allows a user to select individual points of any object. We can also select segments of any object and drag them according to the requirement. With the Direct Selection tool, you can select individual path points and segments; you can also add or subtract items to/from the selection.

On preflight, InDesign shows no problems, however all of your graphics are grey boxes with a black "X." What is the root of the problem?

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Explanation:
The correct answer is You have your display performance set to "fast display".

The thumbnails at the top of the Pages panel, by default, represent...

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Explanation:
Master pages can contain text and graphic elements that will appear on all pages of a publication (i.e. headers, footers, page numbers, etc.) By default, every InDesign document you create contains two masters, one for pages on the left and one for those on the right.

Which of the following is true for photos inserted in InDesign by default?

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Explanation:
The correct answer is They are linked to the document

The Swatches panel's color paper is...

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Explanation:
The correct answer is opaque white, by default

Which of the following is a cause of a low-resolution/pixelated image in InDesign?

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Explanation:
The correct answer is All of the above

What is the most likely application of a Master Page?

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Explanation:
The correct answer is To include a logo and header information that appears on each page of the document.

True or false: If you want text on a spread to align to the spine, you must manually modify the alignment on each text box?

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Explanation:
The correct answer is False

What is the function of the bleed panel?

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Explanation:
A Bleed acts as a margin of error when the document is trimmed, after it’s been printed. So, if you have any content that will cross the edge of the page, such as a coloured background or maybe an image, you should extend it into the bleed to avoid any white lines appearing around the edge of your document.

What are the meanings of hidden characters?

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Explanation:
Hidden characters in InDesign documents include extra spaces between words, tab space, paragraph breaks, and figure space.

Which of the following statements concerning Unconditional and Conditional Text is/are correct?

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Explanation:
The correct answer is All of the above are true.

What are you doing when you color-separate artwork?

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Explanation:
The correct answer is Dividing your work into CMYK

Select an object with the Selection Tool in InDesign and then drag it while holding down which key?

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Explanation:
The correct answer is Shift

In InDesign, which tool should you use to enlarge an object?

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Explanation:
You can scale objects by using the Transform panel, the Scale tool, or the Free Transform tool. You can use the Transform panel to set exact width and height dimensions if you know exactly what size you want. Or you can use the Free Transform tool or the Scale tool to visually manipulate the object on screen.

On both Windows and Mac, what is the keystroke for the Type tool?

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Explanation:
A Type tool (or text tool) allowed you to just start typing into a document. In InDesign, it works a little differently. When you select the Type tool in InDesign and start to use it, the tool will draw a text box

What does the term "kerning" mean?

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Explanation:
In typography, kerning is the process of adjusting the spacing between characters in a proportional font, usually to achieve a visually pleasing result. Kerning adjusts the space between individual letterforms, while tracking adjusts spacing uniformly over a range of characters. In a well-kerned font, the two-dimensional blank spaces between each pair of characters all have a visually similar area. The term "keming" is sometimes used informally to refer to poor kerning

Process colors are _________

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Explanation:
The CMYK color model is a subtractive color model, based on the CMY color model, used in color printing, and is also used to describe the printing process itself. CMYK refers to the four ink plates used in some color printing: cyan, magenta, yellow, and key.

On a gradient, what effect fades out the images?

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Explanation:
The Gradient Feather Tool (Keyboard shortcut: Shift + G) in InDesign allows for an image to fade from opaque to transparent along a line controlled by the user. With an image selected, drag the cursor from the part of the image that is to be opaque to the part of the image that is to be transparent.

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