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Adobe Illustrator

Subjects : it-skills, multimedia
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Will allow you to change all of the colors in your selected art in a variety of ways.






2. Nonprinting lines that can be used to create boundaries or guidelines in a drawing






3. Decrease the _______ for horizontal dividers in a rectangular grid or radial dividers in a polar grid by 10% (W/M) - Start dragging - then press F






4. Will turn the top shape into a picture frame for all selected art below it.






5. A mask can be a ______________. You can use type as a mask. You can import opacity masks with placed Photoshop files. You can also create layer clipping masks with any shape that is the topmost object of a group or layer.






6. object that is dimmed and unavailable for modification but can be used as a guide for creating objects.






7. Moves the view of the art board when zoomed in- you can toggle it with the space-bar






8. solidity of an object's color; the opposite of transparency.






9. Constrain a shape's proportions or orientation to: equal height and width for rectangles - rounded rectangles - ellipses - and grids; Increments of 45 for line and arc segments; Original orientation for polygons - stars - and flares (W/M)






10. To ___________ Select the paths - then press Ctrl+J/Select the paths - then press Command+J






11. Letter 'x' - two arrows






12. This creates a single line of text. If you re-size this type it will re-size the text.






13. The area surrounding the art board on the computer screen - depending on the magnification or view - it may or may not be visible.






14. Keep the sides of a star ________ (W/M) - Alt-drag/Option-drag






15. Letter 'c' - it will cut line segments






16. Cannot be used as symbols.






17. Decrease size of Blob Brush (W/M)






18. ______________ polygon sides - star points - arc angle - spiral winds - or flare rays (W/M) - Start dragging - then press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow






19. Hold option to draw from the center.






20. place a file or object in a file so that it becomes part of the file.






21. Measurement system used in graphic design; 1/72nd of an inch.






22. ______ an arc - keeping the reference point constant (W/M) - Start dragging - then hold down F






23. A point on a path that indicates a change of direction.






24. Allow you to create brush strokes with the appearance of a natural brush with bristles.






25. To create _________ by placing the object to be used as a mask on top of the object to be masked. Then you select the mask and the objects to be masked - and choose Make Opacity Mask from the Transparency panel menu.






26. Hold shift to select multiple objects.






27. A separate - external file connected to the Illustrator file by an electronic link.






28. Defined by an elliptical shape whose center follows the path; they create strokes that resemble hand-drawn lines made with a flat - angled calligraphic pen tip.






29. fills overlapping SELECTED shapes and line segments






30. Letter 'a' - white arrow - will select individual objects in a group - or anchor points.






31. Six basic ___________ are: Rectangle - Rounded Rectangle - Ellipse - Polygon - Star - and Flare.






32. stretch artwork evenly along a path and include strokes that resemble graphic media - such as the Charcoal-Feather brush used to create the tree and objects such as the Arrow brush.






33. The point on which an object rotates or transform . The point of orgin may be within the object or outside it.






34. __________ the skew value for horizontal dividers in a rectangular grid or radial dividers in a polar grid by 10% (W/M) - Start dragging - then press V






35. A group of relaxed command and options.






36. Keep the inner radius of a star ________ (W/M) - Start dragging - then hold down Ctrl/Start dragging - then hold down Command






37. __________ the skew value for vertical dividers in a rectangular grid or concentric dividers in a polar grid by 10% (W/M) - Start dragging - then press X






38. in the option bar for a selected live paint group






39. Uses the z-axis to give a 2D object depth by extruding the object. For example - a circle becomes a cylinder.






40. Letter 'v' - black arrow - will select the whole or grouped objects






41. This creates a text box where the text will wrap at the end of the line to the next. Also when you re-size the box - the text remains the same size.






42. The bottom box in the color icons (bottom of the tool bar) and what you call the outline "color" of a shape






43. Resizing an object horizontally - vertically - or proportionally in both directions to a percentage of its origanal size.






44. Hold shift to draw ___________.






45. Paint a pattern made up of separate sections - or tiles - for the sides - ends and corners of the path; the brush applies different tiles from the pattern to different sections of the path - depending on where the section falls on the path.






46. Two ways to bring symbols from _____________ : Copy and paste the symbol(s) from Illustrator to Flash - choose File > Import > Import to Stage - or choose File > Import > Import to Library.






47. Two types of ________.






48. Using the S_______________ - you can visually and intuitively merge - delete - fill and edit overlapping shapes and paths directly in the artwork.






49. vector paths that are continuious and have no ends - the beginning and end points are the same.






50. A special effect applied to a digital image. Many filters mimic the effect of special camera lenses.