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Adobe Photoshop CS 2 - CS 3

Subject : it-skills
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. An image with pixels so small that the human eye cannot make ou the individual pixels when printed.

2. Small pictures of what is contained on the layers.

3. Companies that keep large libraries of images - usually categorized by subjet - that can be purchased for use

4. The way words in the paragraph align with the edges of the document.

5. Temporary computer memory that makes cut - copy - and paste operations possible.

6. A palette that has been removed from a stack by dragging its tab clear of the other palettes window.

7. A fading-out effect created at the edges of a selection

8. Making a palette taller by dragging its bottom right corner to resize its window.

9. To mirror an image so it appears as if you were looking at it from the other side.

10. To cut off.

11. Description of how wide a pixel is compared to how tall it is.

12. A tiny unit of measure--1/72 of an inch.

13. Printers that create an image by spraying microscopic dots of ink on paper.

14. Titles and subtitles.

15. A large sign surrounded by blinking light bulbs. Also refers to a set of photoshop selection tools that create selections with fixed shapes

16. Color that is revealed by the erase tool when it is used on layer that have transparency.

17. Turn on and off.

18. The color applied by painting tools in photoshop.

19. An image or area of an image that is selected and ready to work on.

20. Scale for measuring the resolution of a printed image.

21. Image with pixels large enough to be visible when printed.

22. Invisible boundaries that are placed on web images.

23. Dragging a palettes tab just to the right of another palettes tab.

24. To slant at an angle.

25. Scale used for measuring the resolution of a digital image. Measured by counting a single row of pixels along one inch.

26. The edges of an image.

27. Tiny - colored squares that make up a digital image.

28. Selection border is removed

29. Small window that contains a variety of related settings.

30. Temporary guides that automatically appear as you use the move tool to adjust the position of a layer or move a selection in the image.

31. Protect a layer from being changed.

32. The total number of colors that can be used in an image.

33. ovals

34. Technical term for scanner resolution.

35. Bulleted or numbered groups of items.

36. Graduated measuring devices that can be displayed along the edges of an image window.

37. When a palette or group of palettes is zipped shut its window is minimized and only the palette tabs are visible.

38. A format that a computer can recognize.

39. Are at the top of the work area in which photoshops menus are located.

40. An image in which individual pixels are visible.

41. Located just below the menu.

42. Images - graphics - text - colors - and empty space on the page used to create different feelings or moods.

43. A small tag at the top of the palette window that displays the palettes name.

44. Merge all layers in an image using a single command.

45. Combining two or more layers into one.

46. A digital copy machine that shines a strong light on an image and analyzes the image with its sensors. A digital version of the image is created - which can be saved into computer memory. Sliders that allow you to reposition the image in the window.

47. The image to which you want to copy a selection.

48. Parts of a photoshop file that keep different parts of the design separate from each other.

49. The quality level that a printer is capable of producing.

50. Individual who arranges images - illustrations - and text to effectively and creatively communicate a message.