Test your basic knowledge |

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. Object Snap






2. Commands that enable you to create an object.






3. Moves objects about a base point.






4. Can duplicate existing objects in a rectangle of circular pattern






5. You can select the object and the number of rows and columns






6. The smallest element you can add or delete from a drawing.






7. The text line in AutoCAD where you can key in commands - select options - and view information.






8. Only _______ can be matched - not actual line lengths






9. The lines will extend or trim to make a corner.






10. Select Object - center of rotation - degrees to rotates - and number of copies made






11. Command used to rotate object in the drawing






12. Lines are stretched longer or shorter; Circles change diameter.






13. Bevels the edge of an object






14. Erases part of an object or splits the object in two.






15. A connected sequence of of line and arc segments that is treated by AutoCAD as a single object.






16. Breaks a polyline - rectangle - or other compound object into it component parts.






17. When the copy option is selected on a _______ a copy of the object is rotated -leaving the original object in its current position






18. You can select a layer and lock it from editing or unlock a layer and edit it with this command option






19. You can make a _____ of an object while its being rotated






20. Arranges multiple copies of the object(s) in circular patterns.






21. Four ____________: 1. 2D Drafting and Annotation 2. 3D Modeling 3. AutoCAD Classic 4. Initial Setup Workspace






22. In ERASE - to _______ an object - hold shift and click object desired to be unselected from the erasing process






23. Command abbreviations; 1-3 letters. Examples: C for circle; L for line






24. Will copy text






25. 2 Ways of Rotating: 1) Entering an angle of the rotation 2) Entering a _________ and then entering a new angle of the reference angle






26. Selecting an object and pressing delete ___________






27. The commands box at the top of the work space






28. Will mirror text on the screen






29. Will close the two lines with a semicircle. Handy for drawing slots.






30. Method For Erasing select objects






31. Objects must line up or overlap in order to be joined.






32. To move by grips






33. Specify the exact snap you wish to use






34. Creates an equilateral closed polyline.






35. Object Snap Override Keystrokes






36. Makes mirrored copies.






37. Makes a duplicate of an object.






38. Places hatch and fill patterns in closed areas.






39. Enlarges or reduces objects.






40. Trims objects at a cutting edge defined by other objects.






41. OOPS command Does not erase all work done since ________






42. Gives these settings: 1) On/ Off 2) Angle of Polar Snap 3)Additional Angles 4) ONSAP track settings 5) Plar Angle settings






43. These are used to assign properties of on object to another by selecting a source object and a destination point






44. Select the base point (non-rotated point) followed by the the second point of displacement (where the object is being copied to)






45. Which commands remove geometry from the drawing?






46. Printer/Plotter - Paper Size - Plot Area - Plot Offset - Plot Scale - Plot Style Table - Plot Options - Drawing Orientation






47. Different Ways to _____ Polar Tracking: 1) Status bar at bottom of the screen 2) Right Click "on/off"






48. Draws a portion of a circle






49. Elongated circles with two diameters called axes.






50. Arranges multiple copies of the object(s) in rows and columns.