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  1. Using Photoshop, you can.....

    a. repair & restore damaged areas on images
    b. create and combine images
    c. create special animation effects for the Internet
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  2. Photoshop is a powerful tool for.....

    a. word processing
    b. tracking data
    c. communicating ideas visually
    d. surfing the internet.
    communicating ideas visually
  3. An irreversible process used to reduce the size of photoshop files is called...

    a. parsing
    b. data parsing
    c. flattening
    d. compacting
    flattening
  4. What tool can you use to outline sections of an image?

    a. harness tool
    b. selection tool
    c. grab-it tool
    d. lasso tool
    lasso tool
  5. ..... is recognizable graphic, color, symbol, or distinct type used by an organization

    a. design
    b. logo
    c. symbol
    d. none of the above
    logo
  6. Which Photoshop feature tracks recent changes made to an image?

    a. layers palette
    b. actions palette
    c. history palette
    d. info palette
    History palette
  7. Which of the following is Photoshops's unique file format extension?

    a. PSS
    b. PSH
    c. PSD
    d. PSP
    PSD
  8. In Windows, which area of the Photoshop window displays the name of the open file?

    a. menu bar
    b. title bar
    c. status bar
    d. palettes
    title bar
  9. Which dialog box is used to save an existing file with a new name?

    a. new
    b. create
    c. save as
    d. save
    save as
  10. The default palette location is along the .......

    a. left edge of window
    b. bottom edge of window
    c. right edge of window
    d. top edge of window
    right edge of window
  11. Where are all layers within an open image displayed?

    a. history palette
    b. actions palette
    c. info palette
    d. layers palette
    Layers palette
  12. A photoshop image must contain....

    a. no layers
    b. one layer
    c. two or more layers
    d. at least one group of layers
    one layer
  13. Which palette lets you access 20 levels of undo?

    a. layers
    b. actions
    c. history
    d. channels
    History
  14. What types of information can you access in Help while working in Photoshop?

    a. definitions
    b. explanations
    c. tips
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  15. Where are all layers in a Photoshop file displayed?

    a. history palette
    b. layers palette
    c. acetate palette
    d. sheets palette
    Layers Palette
  16. What component of the Layers palette can show a miniature image of a layer's contents?

    a. toolbox
    b. layer thumbnail
    c. swatches palette
    d. none of the above
    layer thumbnail
  17. Which is true about a layer thumbnail?

    a. it can be turned off
    b. it can be resized
    c. it is a miniature image of the layer's contents
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  18. What is used to turn off the thumbnail display?

    a. the list arrow in the history palette
    b. the thumbnail button in the toolbox
    c. the layers palette options dialog box
    d. the display menu
    The Layers palette Options dialog box
  19. What kind of layer cannot be modified extensively?

    a. type
    b. image
    c. background
    d. none of the above
    background
  20. What type of layer is always at the bottom of the stack?

    a. type
    b. image
    c. lighting
    d. background
    background
  21. Which ruler unit of measurement makes it easiest to make small adjustments?

    a. pixels
    b. inches
    c. picas
    d. centimeters
    pixels
  22. What menu command allows you to change your units of measurements preference?

    a. edit (Win) or Photoshop (Mac)
    b. view
    c. filter
    d. rasterize
    edit / photoshop
  23. You can merge layers using a....

    a. command on the layer menu or layers palette
    b. button the history palette
    c. command on the layers palette dialog box
    d. button on the toolbox
    command on the layer menu or layer's palette
  24. What determines the percentage of transparency in a layer?

    a. brightness
    b. clarity
    c. color
    d. opacity
    opacity
  25. Which of the following can be used to create a layer?

    a. history palette
    b. layers palette
    c. select menu
    d. all of the above
    Layers palette
  26. You can restore a deleted layer during the current editing session by deleting the ..... state on the history palette.

    a. new
    b. rasterize
    c. delete layer
    d. none of the above
    delete layer
  27. Exclude certain parts of an image from view by using the..........

    a. scissors tool
    b. exclude tool
    c. exclusion tool
    d. crop tool
    crop tool
  28. An area in an image that is surrounded by a marquee is called a(n).....

    a. lasso
    b. grouping
    c. area
    d. selection
    selection
  29. which selection tool lets you isolate complex shapes?

    a. rectangular marquee
    b. magnetic lasso
    c. elliptical marquee
    magnetic lasso
  30. which tool can be used to move a selection?

    a. move
    b. paintbucket
    c. zoom
    d. none of the above
    move
  31. when an image is flattened, all visible layers are combined in the....

    a. type layer
    b. rasterized layer
    c. background layer
    d. second layer
    background layer
  32. Which menu is used to flatten an image?

    a. file
    b. layer
    c. image
    d. window
    Layer
  33. Combining selections from different images is called....

    a. tolerating
    b. feathering
    c. combining
    d. compositing
    compositing
  34. which of the following may be legal and legitimate sources of artwork?

    a. other Photoshop images
    b. Royalty-free images
    c. Pictures from a digital camera
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  35. Where are the selection tools located?

    a. selections palette
    b. tools palette
    c. status bar
    d. all of the bar
    tools palette
  36. How do you know which Photoshop selection tool to use?

    a. by learning the different selection options
    b. by evaluating the edges of images that can be used to isolate objects
    c. by evaluating color as a way to isolate objects
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  37. If the ....... feature is enabled, as you drag an object toward a guide, the object will be pulled toward the guide.

    a. lock-on
    b. targeting
    c. nudging
    d. snap
    Snap
  38. Which setting blurs the area between the selections and the surrounding pixels?

    a. fuzziness
    b. feather
    c. tolerance
    d. invert
    feather
  39. you can temporarily change any selected tool into the move tool by pressing and holding....

    a. [ctrl] Win / [command] Mac
    b. [shift] / [command]
    c. [Win] / [command]
    d. [alt] / [command]
    ctrl / command
  40. Using an arrow key to move a selection is called....

    a. noodging
    b. noodling
    c. nudging
    d. narming
    Nudging
  41. When the Magic Wand Tool is selected the ..... on the options bar lets you select pixels that are next to one another.

    a. tolerance check box
    b. anti-alias check box
    c. contiguous check box
    d. use all layers check box
    Contiguous check box
  42. which tool/command lets you fix imperfections in an image?

    a. color range command
    b. healing brush tool
    c. inverse command
    d. magic wand tool
    healing brush tool
  43. Which item in the tool palette is used to create a selection that snaps to an edge of an object?

    a. marquee tool
    b. magnetic lasso tool
    c. polygonal lasso tool
    magnetic lasso tool
  44. Each dot in a bitmap image is called a(n)....

    a. imagecell
    b. dotcell
    c. pixel
    d. piecell
    pixel
  45. Which color mode is used by computer monitors?

    a. grayscale
    b. CMYK
    c. bitmap
    d. RGB
    RGB
  46. RGB colors are ...., which means they create white when they are all combined with the values set at 255.

    a. subtractive
    b. multiplicative
    c. saturated
    d. additive
    additive
  47. The strength or purity of a color is called ......

    a. brightness
    b. hue
    c. saturation
    d. separation
    saturation
  48. Which mode displays up to 256 shades of gray?

    a. RGB
    b. grayscale
    c. bitmap
    d. artisan
    Grayscale
  49. Which of the following modes is used in the commercial four-color printing process?

    a. RGB
    b. HSB
    c. CMYK
    d. GBW
    CMYK
  50. In photoshop, the ..... color is used to make gradient fills and fill in image areas that have been erased.

    a. background
    b. foreground
    c. midrange
    d. endrange
    Background
  51. Which tool is used to add a color to the Swatches palette?

    a. paint bucket tool
    b. swatches tool
    c. eyedropper tool
    d. sampler tool
    eyedropper tool
  52. You can lock the following layer property (ies).....

    a. transparency
    b. image
    c. position
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  53. To prevent pixels within a layer from being moved, you can lock their.....by using a button on the Layers palette.

    a. transparency
    b. image
    c. position
    d. stroke
    Position
  54. To prevent layer pixels from being modified with painting tools, you can lock the ....by using a button on the Layers palette.

    a. transparency
    b. image
    c. position
    d. stroke
    Image
  55. How many shades of gray are available in a grayscale image?

    a. 25
    b. 256
    c. 2560
    d. unlimited
    256
  56. What color are pixels with a brightness value of 255?

    a. black
    b. white
    c. yellow
    d. red
    White
  57. You can accidentally create high-contrast lines and add graininess to an image by overusing which of the following?

    a. stroke commands
    b. color balance settings
    c. sharpen commands
    d. grayscale images
    sharpen commands
  58. What kind of type can be added to an image using layers?

    a. horizontal type
    b. vertical type
    c. both horizontal and vertical type
    d. neither horizontal nor vertical type
    both horizontal and vertical type
  59. Font families are generally divided into each of the following categories except.......

    a. symbol
    b. sans symbol
    c. serif
    d. sans serif
    Sans symbol
  60. Which category of fonts has tails or strokes at the end the characters?

    a. symbol
    b. sans symbol
    c. serif
    d. sans serif
    serif
  61. Which category of font is generally used in long passages of text because it is easier to read?

    a. symbol
    b. sans symbol
    c. serif
    d. sans serif
    Serif
  62. Which category of fonts does not have tails or strokes at the end of characters, and is generally used in headlines?

    a. symbol
    b. sans symbol
    c. serif
    d. sans serif
    Sans Serif
  63. To which font family does Times New Roman belong?

    a. alias
    b. serif
    c. sans serif
    d. none of the above
    Serif
  64. You can change the color of type by using....?

    a. the eyedropper tool
    b. the swatches palette
    c. both a and b
    d. none of the above
    both a and b
  65. .......controls the amount of space between three or more selected characters.

    a. leading
    b. tracking
    c. kerning
    d. aliasing
    Tracking
  66. The advantage to proportional spacing is that......

    a. each character takes up the same amount of space
    b. the space between each character is uniform
    c. each character takes up as much space as it needs
    d. the amount of space between lines can be adjusted
    each character takes as much space as it needs
  67. ...... is used to control the amount of space between pairs of characters and is a form of proportional spacing.

    a. leading
    b. tracking
    c. kerning
    d. aliasing
    kerning
  68. .......controls the amount of space between lines.

    a. leading
    b. tracking
    c. kerning
    d. aliasing
    Leading
  69. The distance that type appears from its original vertical position is called......

    a. kerning
    b. baseline shift
    c. tracking
    d. leading
    baseline shift
  70. In which area of the Photoshop screen is the Horizontal Type Tool located?

    a. layers palette
    b. type palette
    c. navigator palette
    d. none of the above
    none of the above
  71. Which menu can be used to add a drop shadow?

    a. edit
    b. image
    c. layer
    d. select
    Layer
  72. What is the default drop shadow color?

    a. black
    b. blue
    c. white
    d. yellow
    Black
  73. A(n).....is added to the selected layer on the Layers palette when you add a drop shadow?

    a. type icon
    b. indicates color change icon
    c. font icon
    d. indicates layer effects icon
    Indicates layer effects icon
  74. Which Drop Shadow setting increases the distance the shadow text falls relative to the original text?

    a. angle
    b. distance
    c. spread
    d. size
    distance
  75. Anti-aliasing is used to....

    a. create more menu options
    b. improve the display of large type
    c. hide mistakes
    d. supplement spell checking
    Improve the display of large type
  76. The Bevel, and Emboss style is used to add combinations of ........and ........to a layer.

    a. color / hue
    b. type / imagery
    c. shadows / highlights
    d. aliasing / anti-aliasing
    Shadows, highlights
  77. Brushes that are used with painting tools are stored in a specific folder called a .....

    a. brush bin
    b. brush cabinet
    c. brush library
    d. brush box
    brush library
  78. Which of the following are names of additional brush libraries that come with Photoshop?

    a. calligraphic, faux finish, and special effects brushes
    b. assorted, dry media, and wet media brushes
    c. drop shadow, square, and thick heavy brushes
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  79. fade option settings are measured in.....

    a. feet
    b. faders
    c. steps
    d. stride length
    steps
  80. The real life-effect of paint being depleted from a brush as it is applied to a canvas is similar to a ........ in Photoshop.

    a. footprint effect
    b. fade effect
    c. step effect
    d. stride effect
    fade effect
  81. Which painting tool is used to increase or decrease the saturation of a color?

    a. smudge tool
    b. sharpen tool
    c. sponge tool
    d. dodge tool
    sponge tool
  82. Which painting tool is used to lighten underlying pixels, creating a more underexposed appearance?

    a. smudge tool
    b. sharpen tool
    c. sponge tool
    d. dodge tool
    dodge tool
  83. Which painting tool decreases contrast between pixels?

    a. blur tool
    b. sponge tool
    c. sharpen tool
    d. dodge tool
    Blur tool
  84. Which painting tool darkens underlying pixels?

    a. smudge tool
    b. dodge tool
    c. burn tool
    d. blur tool
    Burn tool
  85. Which painting tool is used to increase the contrast between pixels, giving a sharp, crisp look?

    a. smudge tool
    b. sharpen tool
    c. sponge tool
    d. dodge tool
    sharpen tool
  86. Which of the following options cannot be chosen for the Smudge Tool?

    a. smudge with finger painting
    b. smudge without finger painting
    c. smudge above the current layer
    d. smudge using all layers
    Smudge above the current layer
  87. Which tool lets you copy and use previous pixel data?

    a. history tool
    b. paintbrush tool
    c. history brush tool
    d. sharpen tool
    history brush
  88. The..... Manager is used to create and manage libraries.

    a. preset
    b. present
    c. protocol
    d. primary
    Preset
  89. How many layer masks can be added to each layer?

    a. 1
    b. 6
    c. 10
    d. 18
    1
  90. How many layer masks can be added to an image?

    a. 1
    b. 6
    c. 18
    d. each layer can have it's own mask
    each layer can have it's own mask
  91. Which statement about layer masks is false?

    a. a layer mask can cover an entire layer
    b. the mask thumbnail reflects changes made to the mask
    c. you can use toolbox tools to create the selection to be masked
    d. there is no way to tell if a layer contains a layer mask
    there is no way to tell if a layer contains a layer mask
  92. When you paint a layer mask with a black foreground, the....

    a. size of the mask increases
    b. size of the mask decreases
    c. size of the mask remains the same
    d. image turns blue
    size of the mask increases
  93. When you paint a layer mask with a white foreground, the......

    a. size of the mask increases
    b. size of the mask decreases
    c. size of the mask remains the same
    d. image turns blue
    size of the mask decreases
  94. The Add Layer Mask button is located on/in the....

    a. toolbox
    b. layers palette
    c. mask palette
    d. history palette
    layers palette
  95. When you press the Commit transform (Return) button with multiple selected layers, which layers are affected?

    a. only the active layer
    b. only the top selected layer
    c. all the selected layers
    d. none of the above
    All of the selected layers
  96. In what dialog box can you control which pixels from the active layer are blended with pixels from lower layers?

    a. new layer
    b. new adjustment layer
    c. layer style
    d. none of the above
    Layer Style
  97. What appears in a layer mask if it is disabled?

    a. a black X
    b. a yellow X
    c. a blue X
    d. a red X
    a red X
  98. If a layer mask is enabled, which of the following commands is not available on the Layer menu?

    a. disable layer mask
    b. remove layer mask
    c. enable layer mask
    d. add vector mask
    Enable Layer Mask
  99. Layer mask effects can be temporarily removed by using the ....command.

    a. mask mask
    b. disable layer mask
    c. enable layer mask
    d. indicates layer visibility
    Disable Layer Mask
  100. An additional layer that acts as a color filter is call an....

    a. additional layer
    b. temporary layer
    c. adjustment layer
    d. linked layer
    Adjustment layer
  101. Which of the following can be controlled in an adjustment layer?

    a. levels, curves, and color balance
    b. brightness/contrast and hue/saturation
    c. selective color and gradient map
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  102. On the Layers palette, when you see that one or more layers are indented with a down arrow icon, and a layer name is underlined, it indicates a.....

    a. layer and layer mask link
    b. linked layer
    c. clipping mask
    d. none of the above
    clipping mask
  103. A feature that applies a special effect to an image such as blurs, textures, and distortions is called a(n)....

    a. filtration
    b. filter
    c. adjustment
    d. adjustment layer
    filter
  104. How many filters can be applied to a Photoshop file?

    a. 1
    b. 2
    c. 3
    d. There is no specific limit.
    there is no specific limit
  105. What type of filter is used to suggest motion or to soften an image?

    a. blur
    b. distort
    c. render
    d. sketch
    blur
  106. Where does the name of the last filter applied appear?

    a. at the bottom of the filter menu
    b. at the top of the image menu
    c. at the top of the filter menu
    d. at the bottom of the image menu
    at the top of the filter menu
  107. When Photoshop detects an embedded watermark, it displays the ....image in the image's title bar

    a. Microsoft Corp
    b. copyright
    c. Digimarc Corp
    d. US Postal Service
    copyright
  108. Before you can embed a custom watermark, you must first register with....

    a. Microsoft Corp
    b. copyright
    c. Digimarc Corp
    d. US Postal Service
    Digimarc Corp
  109. Which of the following are true regarding the Lighting Effect filter?

    a. you can choose from over a dozen lighting styles, including spotlights, floodlights, and a flashlight.
    b. you can select from a choice of three types of light, spotlight, dirctional, or omni
    c. you can set the intensity and focus of the light
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  110. ..... are used to store information about color elements.

    a. charms
    b. channels
    c. fissures
    d. alphas
    Channels
  111. a channel added to manipulate colors in a specific area is called a(n)......

    a. alpha channel
    b. beta channel
    c. theta channel
    d. zeta channel
    Alpha channel
  112. What is the minimum number of channels in an RGB image?

    a. 1
    b. 3
    c. 5
    d. 7
    3
  113. What is the minimum number of channels in a CMYK image?

    a. 1
    b. 2
    c. 4
    d. 9
    4
  114. An image's color channels are managed in the ....

    a. layers palette
    b. history palette
    c. color palette
    d. none of the above
    none of the above
  115. Which of the following statements about channels is true?

    a. each channel has a thumbnail
    b. a channel can be turned on or off using the indicates channel visibility icon
    c. you can change the order of channels in the stack
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  116. channels can be hidden.....

    a. by clicking the indicates layer visibility button in the layers pallette
    b. using the history palette
    c. in the same manner as you hide layers
    d. using buttons on the toolbox
    in the same manner as you hide layers.
  117. which command can be used to isolate a foreground object from it's background?

    a. carve
    b. sculpt
    c. slice
    d. extract
    extract
  118. The Extract feature is ideally suited to use on objects which have....

    a. clearly defined edges and low contrast values
    b. clearly defined edges and high contrast values
    c. vague edges and/or low contrast values
    d. vague edges with high contrast values
    vague edges and/or low contrast values
  119. It is a good idea to copy an original layer and then extract an object from the duplicate layer because....

    a. it preserves the original layer for use as a reference
    b. it helps to avoid losing any of the original image information
    c. you can always delete the original layer later.
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  120. Which tool can be used to correct an error made when using the Edge Highlighter Tool?

    a. magic wand tool
    b. cleanup tool
    c. eraser tool
    d. all of the above
    eraser tool
  121. The extract feature automatically discards the area of an image that is ....

    a. highlighted
    b. filled
    c. highlighted and filled
    d. not highlighted and filled
    not highlighted and filled
  122. Which eraser tool grabs similarly colored pixels based on the tool's setting?

    a. the eraser tool
    b. the magic eraser tool
    c. the background eraser tool
    d. all of the above
    the Magic Eraser Tool
  123. Which tool is used to select objects that have similar pixel colors?

    a. clone stamp tool
    b. magic wand tool
    c. edge highlighter tool
    d. fill tool
    Magic Wand Tool
  124. How close pixel colors must be to one another for selection by the magic wand or magic eraser tools is called....

    a. eligibility
    b. candor
    c. acceptance
    d. tolerance
    Tolerance
  125. History states made up to a certain point can be saved in a(n)...

    a. album
    b. photograph
    c. snapshot
    d. collection
    snapshot
  126. Where is a snapshot created?

    a. layers palette
    b. history palette
    c. actions palette
    d. toolbox
    History palette
  127. You can rename a snapshot created using the ...... palette list arrow.

    a. layers
    b. actions
    c. history
    d. channels
    History
  128. A graph displaying the frequency distribution of pixel color is called a ....

    a. chart
    b. histogram
    c. color wheel
    d. leveler
    Histogram
  129. Which intensity levels can be adjusted using the Auto Levels command?

    a. shadows
    b. midtones
    c. highlights
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  130. Which tool is used to saturate or desaturate an object?

    a. sharpen tool
    b. sponge tool
    c. blur tool
    d. paint tool
    Sponge Tool
  131. What is the ideal shape of a histogram?

    a. bunched on the right (dark)
    b. bunched on the left (light)
    c. a perfectly horizontal line
    d. there is no ideal shape for a histogram
    There is no ideal shape for a histogram
  132. In the Levels dialog box, you can lighten the image by moving the Output Shadows slider.....

    a. to the left
    b. to the right
    c. up
    d. down
    to the right
  133. In the Levels dialog box, you can darken the image by moving which slider to the left?

    a. output shadows
    b. midtones
    c. shadows
    d. output highlights
    Output Highlights
  134. Which menu is used to make color adjustments?

    a. edit
    b. image
    c. filter
    d. window
    Image
  135. Which menu command is used to make color adjustments?

    a. colors
    b. contrast
    c. adjustment
    d. histogram
    Adjustment
  136. Which pointer can be used to take a sample of an existing color?

    a. move pointer
    b. zoom pointer
    c. eyedropper pointer
    d. all of the above
    Eyedropper tool
  137. A color sampler includes which layers?

    a. visible and invisible layers
    b. invisible layers only
    c. visible layers only
    d. visible layers that have had their color corrected
    Visible layers only
  138. Each of the following is true about Color Samplers, except.....

    a. a color sampler can be deleted
    b. you can have a maximum of 4 color samplers
    c. you can combine the data in two color samplers
    d. the location of a color sampler can be moved
    you can combine the data in two color samplers
  139. A shape is a.....

    a. group where the bottommost layer acts as a mask for all other layers in the group
    b. vector object that keeps its crisp appearance when resized
    c. bitmapped object that cannot be moved or copied
    d. rasterized object that cannot be moved or copied
    vector object that keeps its crisp appearance when resized
  140. A clipping mask creates an effect......

    a. in which the bottommost layer acts as a mask for all other layers in the group
    b. that transforms an objects scale
    c. that transforms an object into a bitmapped object that cannot be moved or copied
    d. that rasterizes an object into a bitmapped object that cannot be moved or copied
    in which the bottommost layer acts as a mask for all other layers in the group
  141. On which palette is a path stored?

    a. layers
    b. channels
    c. paths
    d. history
    Paths
  142. A closed path has

    a. two distinct end points
    b. two distinct anchor points
    c. no endpoints
    d. one or more endpoints joined by line segments
    no endpoints
  143. Which of the following is an example of a closed path?

    a. circle
    b. rectangle
    c. square
    d. all of the above
    all the above
  144. Each path is stored on the ........palette

    a. layers
    b. channels
    c. paths
    d. artist
    Paths
  145. Rasterizing changes a vector graphic into a(n)......object, one that is made of colored pixels.

    a. clipping
    b. skewed
    c. bitmapped
    d. closed path
    bitmapped
  146. Which transform command is used to change opposite sides of an image equally?

    a. perspective
    b. flip horizontal
    c. flip vertical
    d. Rotate180
    perspective
  147. A small circle appearing next to a pointer means that the ......

    a. path contains an error
    b. path is elliptical
    c. path will be closed when the pointer is clicked
    d. freeform pen tool is being used
    path will be closed when the pointer is clicked
  148. Which of the following can be used to modify a path?

    a. add anchor point tool
    b. convert point tool
    c. delete anchor point tool
    d. all of the above
    all the above
  149. Which tools can be used to create a selection that can be converted into a path?

    a. magic wand tool
    b. all marquee tools
    c. all lasso tools
    d. all of the above
    all the above
  150. Which of the following is true about warped text?

    a. you can display its bounding box
    b. it has been rasterized
    c. you cannot apply a style to it
    d. it cannot be deleted
    you can display its bounding box
  151. Which tool is used to display the bounding box?

    a. Type tool
    b. Zoom tool
    c. Magic Wand tool
    d. Move tool
    Move tool
  152. In the screening process, a type layer should be converted into what kind of layer?

    a. Adjustment
    b. Rasterized
    c. Shape
    d. Multi-purpose
    Shape
  153. Which menu is used to convert a type layer to a shape layer?

    a. Edit
    b. Image
    c. Layer
    d. Select
    Layer
  154. Which element is not necessary to create a faded type effect?

    a. Rasterization
    b. Gradient tool
    c. Type Layer
    d. Layer mask
    rasterization
  155. Which tool is used to create a simple fade effect?

    a. Diamond Gradient
    b. Angle Gradient
    c. Linear Gradient
    d. Radial Gradient
    Linear Gradient
  156. Which of the following is true about the Liquify feature?

    a. You can protect specific areas
    b. You can modify the brush size
    c. You can modify the pressure
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  157. A Liquify session is measured as the time you...

    a. open Photoshop to the time it is closed
    b. open the Liquify dialog box to the time it is closed
    c. use a single tool to apply a distortion
    d. None of the above
    open the Liquify dialog box to the time it is closed
  158. Which of the following is a valid reconstruction method?

    a. Clicking the Revert button in the Liquify dialog box
    b. Choosing the Revert mode, then clicking the Reconstruction button in the Liquify dialog box
    c. Clicking the Reconstruction Tool, then dragging the brush over the distorted areas in the Liquify dialog box.
    d. All of the above
    All of the above
  159. Which are the valid methods of changing a brush size?

    a. Typing a value in the Brush Size text box
    b. Clicking the Brush Size list arrow
    c. Dragging the slider to a new value
    d. All of the above
    all of the above
  160. Which section of the Liquify Options is used to control the mesh?

    a. Tool Options
    b. Reconstruct Options
    c. Mask Options
    d. View Options
    View Option
  161. You can merge layers using the ....

    a. Layers palette Merge check box
    b. Layers palette list arrow
    c. Merge palette
    d. All of the above
    Layers palette list arrow
  162. Which of the following is not true about the mesh?

    a. You can change its size
    b. You can change its color
    c. It is necessary to create distortions
    d. It is controlled by the View Options section of the Liquify dialog box
    It is necessary to create distortions
  163. A series of horizontal and vertical gridlines superimposed on the preview window is called a(n)......

    a. Distortion
    b. Extraction
    c. Mesh
    d. Smudge
    Mesh
  164. On which menu is the Liquify feature located?

    a. Edit
    b. View
    c. Filter
    d. Window
    Filter
  165. Which tool pulls pixels toward the center of the brush tip?

    a. Bloat Tool
    b. Twirl Clockwise Tool
    c. Pucker Tool
    d. Turbulence Tool
    Pucker Tool
  166. Which tool moves pixels away from the center of the brush tip?

    a. Bloat Tool
    b. Twirl Clockwise Tool
    c. Pucker Tool
    d. reflection Tool
    Bloat Tool
  167. Which of the following is a name used by other programs for a feature that records tasks?

    a. Macro
    b. Playlet
    c. Movieola
    d. None of the above
    Macro
  168. The annotation tools are located on the ......

    a. Options bar
    b. Tools palette
    c. Layers palette
    d. Status bar
    Tools palette
  169. Where are actions accessed?

    a. The toolbox
    b. The layers palette
    c. The options bar
    d. The Actions Palette
    The Actions palette
  170. Which playback option plays all the steps within an action, then makes all the changes?

    a. Accelerated
    b. Step by Step
    c. Pause For
    d. Pause For Audio Annotation
    Accelerated
  171. Which of the following might be reasons to modify an action?

    a. You want to include additional steps
    b. You want to change the order of steps
    c. You want to alter an option
    d. all of the above
    all of the above
  172. What is the minimum number of steps in an action?

    a. 1
    b. 3
    c. 5
    d. 6
    1
  173. In which area is a snapshot created?

    a. Layers palette
    b. Actions palette
    c. Toolbox
    d. History palette
    History palette
  174. Which of the following can be created using Photoshop?

    a. Buttons
    b. Rollovers
    c. Animations
    d. All of the above
    all of the above
  175. An effect that changes an object's appearance when the pointer is passed over an area is called a(n)....

    a. Rollthrough
    b. Rollunder
    c. Rollover
    d. Rollinto
    Rollover
  176. Smaller sections within an image are called.....

    a. Slices
    b. Spatials
    c. Sections
    d. Snarks
    Slices
  177. Which optimization tab shows the most images?

    a. Original
    b. Optimized
    c. 2-Up
    d. 4-Up
    4-Up
  178. What is the preferred outcome in an optimized web graphic image?

    a. high image quality and large file size
    b. highest possible image quality and small file size
    c. low image quality and large file size
    d. low image quality and small file size
    highest possible image quality and small file size
  179. A file format that discards data during the compression process is referred to as....

    a. Lost
    b. Lossy
    c. Lassy
    d. Glossy
    Lossy
  180. How is a user-slice identified?

    a. solid line border
    b. yellow dotted line
    c. blue dotted line
    d. no line
    solid line border
  181. Which of the following is the best way to delete a slice?

    a. Open the Slices menu and choose Delete Slice
    b. Select the slice, then press the delete key
    c. Move the Slice into the trash
    d. Place a larger slice over the slice you want to delete, then press delete
    Select the slice, then press the delete key
  182. A rollover effect can be assigned to a(n)....

    a. Active layer
    b. Active slice
    c. Inactive layer
    d. Inactive slice
    Active slice
  183. The effect of making animation frames appear to blend into one another is called.....

    a. Flowing
    b. Twixing
    c. Tweening
    d. Dissolving
    Tweening
  184. Animation delays are measured in.....

    a. minutes
    b. parsecs
    c. seconds
    d. nanoseconds
    seconds
  185. What is morphing?

    a. The effect of one frame blending into another smoothly
    b. Increasing or decreasing the size of a slice
    c. Improving an image by changing Web formats
    d. Increasing the opacity of a layer
    The effect of one frame blending into another smoothly

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