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Adobe InDesign

Q1. What is one reason to click Object > Text Frame Options?

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Q2. Which panel allows you to add an arrowhead to the end of a line?

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Q3. In the image shown, what do you know about the Body Text paragraph style?

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Q4. You want to ensure that an image on your page is exactly 25% of its original size. How can you determine whether the image is set to the desired size?

Q5. You have an empty one-page InDesign document. You have used File > Place to select a Word document that contains many pages of text. What will help you place the full story quickly?

Q6. You select a graphic frame that contains a Photoshop image and use the Scale field in the Control panel to enlarge it to 200%. What happens to the effective image resolution?

Q7. What is one reason you might want to use the Text Variables feature?

Q8. You want to place 4 of a multipage PDF into an InDesign document. What should you do?

Q9. Suppose that master page B is based on master page A, and you are currently editing master B. Which statement is true?

Q10. In the image shown, the text is on a path. You want to move the text farther to the right along the path. How can you accomplish this?

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Q11. When you select a rectangular frame on the page, InDesign displays a yellow square near the frame’s upper-right corner. What does this allow you to do?

Q12. What action can the Pen tool perform on a selected object?

Q13. What is one reason you might want to use the Span Columns feature?

Q14. Which statement about tables is true?

Q15. Which feature would you use to create the effect shown, where the grouped circles blend with each other but not the object behind them?

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Q16. In the image shown, what do the colored frame edges indicate?

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Q17. To resize any frame and its contents and maintain the proportions of both, which key or keys must you press while dragging from a corner handle?

Q18. In the image shown, what can you infer about how this document will print?

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Q19. After you click a color in the Gradient panel to select it, how can you set its color to a swatch in the Swatches panel?