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Adobe Indesign Publishing

Subject : it-skills
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. Text character above the line of type






2. Decorative ornament






3. Uses a series of cards to identify specific colors.






4. Arrows drawn on a force diagram to represent location of a force - magnitude of a force - and direction of a force. - created by something that points in a specific direction - such as an arrow - a one-way street sign - or somebody looking or pointin






5. Declarations that describe the layout and appearance of a document.






6. The vertical space between two baselines of text within a paragraph






7. A way to save time when formatting text






8. Lowered surface- used for art engraving and etching - long-run magazines - photobooks - engraved invitations






9. Bookbinding by sewing thread through the backfold of a signature and from signature to






10. Material that you use when you "beat up all materials"






11. Pantone matching system 8 colors and black and white - printers can buy particular colors or you can mix them - using idesign you have to load these colors on






12. Are gaps appearing to run down a paragraph of text - due to a coincidental alignment of spaces. They can occur regardless of the spacing settings - but are most noticeable with wide inter-word spaces caused by full text justification or monospaced fo






13. Duplicate






14. Selects the entire paragraph






15. Animal skin based paper






16. A vector created by lines or by stationary elements arranged in a way as to suggest a line






17. The height of the lowercase letter x. It is also the height of the body of lowercase letters in a font - excluding the ascenders and descenders. Some lower-case letters that do not have ascenders or descenders still extend a little bit above or below






18. A letter that is 3 or 4 points larger than the rest of the text






19. A process that divides a word - when necessary - at the end of a line with a hypen (-) so part of the word wraps to the next line.






20. Block looking type font used for headlines






21. Flexography Raised Surface-- Fine Print Books - Antique look






22. F7 key displays this panel






23. A very short line of text (single sentence or phrase) that appears at the end of a paragraph or column






24. Place






25. Is proportional to the point size of each particular typeface and is roughly equivalent to the width of the letter "M" of each typeface






26. A type of binding that joins pages together with glue to create a book






27. More contrast between thick and thins - less oblique stress - bracketed serifs ex: baskerville






28. Select one item in group






29. Binding process using wire staples - thread - or wire.






30. Type is usually measured in _______






31. Special formatting style that uses light-colored text on a dark background






32. Keyboard shortcut for the rectangle tool






33. Long wire belt that pulp material is poured into and events out the pulp. In paper - you always want to know the direction the grain is running






34. Fancy italic serif






35. Fit in Window






36. The space between lines of text






37. Get info on a file






38. 2 different kinds of paper - newspring - offset papers






39. The different kinds of paper that can be used






40. Clay or starch like material - smoother - resistant to water - added to the pulp






41. Typically the .125 edge that is trimmed off after printing






42. Copy






43. Bullet






44. Cotton or linen






45. Cloth like roller that comes across the roller- top of paper - presses lightly






46. A relief printing process - requires an image carrier that is physically raised above non-image area. Books - numbering - embossing - hot leaf stamping - packaging.






47. Process color choices






48. Center picture in box






49. ... (ellipse)






50. Gathered signatures are simply sewn straight through - from one side of the book to the other - near the binding fold