# OCP C: Indesign CS2 Quiz - Chapters 7 & 8

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• 1.

### In Photoshop, the Pen Tool is used mostly to draw vector graphice.

• A.

T

• B.

F

B. F
Explanation
The given statement is false. In Photoshop, the Pen Tool is used to create paths and shapes, which can be either vector or raster graphics. It is not limited to drawing vector graphics only.

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• 2.

### You can apply fills and strokes to closed paths.

• A.

T

• B.

F

A. T
Explanation
Closed paths are shapes that have no open ends and are fully enclosed, such as circles, squares, or polygons. Applying fills and strokes to closed paths means adding colors or patterns to the interior (fill) or the outline (stroke) of the shape. This statement is true because closed paths provide a defined area where fills and strokes can be applied.

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• 3.

### It is possible that the graphics in the figure above was creaqted with the Ellipse Tool.

• A.

T

• B.

F

A. T
Explanation
The correct answer is T (True). The statement suggests that the graphics in the figure above were created with the Ellipse Tool. This means that the shape or shapes in the figure resemble ellipses, which are smooth and symmetrical curves. The Ellipse Tool in graphic design software allows users to create and manipulate ellipses easily. Therefore, it is reasonable to conclude that the graphics in the figure were created using this tool.

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• 4.

### Inline frames flow with text.

• A.

T

• B.

F

A. T
Explanation
Inline frames are HTML elements that allow other web documents to be embedded within the current document. They can contain text, images, and other elements, and they flow with the surrounding text. Therefore, the given answer "T" (True) is correct because inline frames do indeed flow with text.

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• 5.

### In Photoshop, Grayscale is a color mode.

• A.

T

• B.

F

A. T
Explanation
Grayscale is indeed a color mode in Photoshop. When an image is converted to grayscale, it means that the image will only contain shades of gray, ranging from black to white. This color mode is commonly used for black and white photographs or when color is not necessary for an image. In Photoshop, users can easily convert an image to grayscale by selecting the "Image" menu, then "Mode," and finally "Grayscale."

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• 6.

### If an object is opaque, it can be translucent but not transparent.

• A.

T

• B.

F

B. F
Explanation
The statement is incorrect. If an object is opaque, it cannot be translucent or transparent. An opaque object does not allow any light to pass through it, whereas a translucent object allows some light to pass through but scatters it, making objects on the other side appear blurry. A transparent object allows light to pass through it without scattering, making objects on the other side clearly visible. Therefore, an opaque object cannot be translucent or transparent.

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• 7.

### Blending modes allow you to create different transparency and color effects where two or more objects overlap.

• A.

T

• B.

F

A. T
Explanation
Blending modes indeed allow users to create various transparency and color effects when two or more objects overlap. By applying different blending modes, users can control how the colors and transparency of the overlapping objects interact, resulting in unique visual effects. This feature is commonly used in graphic design and image editing software to enhance the composition and overall aesthetic appeal of the artwork.

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• 8.

### Blending modes are used only to create dramatic special effects.

• A.

T

• B.

F

B. F
Explanation
Blending modes are not used only to create dramatic special effects. They are also used to adjust the transparency and appearance of layers in graphic design and image editing software. Blending modes allow for different ways of combining layers, such as overlaying, multiplying, or screening, which can enhance the overall composition and visual impact of an image. Therefore, the statement is false.

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• 9.

### Blending modes can be applied to text.

• A.

T

• B.

F

A. T
Explanation
Blending modes can be applied to text in graphic design software such as Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator. These blending modes allow for different effects to be applied to text, such as blending it with the background or creating a transparent overlay. By applying blending modes to text, designers can enhance the visual appeal and create unique text effects in their designs.

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• 10.

### Multiply is a good solution for removing the white background of a placed graphic.

• A.

T

• B.

F

A. T
Explanation
Multiply is a good solution for removing the white background of a placed graphic because the Multiply blending mode multiplies the color values of the graphic with the color values of the underlying layers. Since white has a value of 255, multiplying any color value with 255 will result in the same color value. Therefore, when a graphic with a white background is set to Multiply blending mode, the white background will become transparent, allowing the underlying layers to show through.

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• 11.

### Teh letter U is and example of _________.

• A.

An open path

• B.

A closed path

• C.

A cap

• D.

None of the above

A. An open path
Explanation
The letter U is an example of an open path because it has a starting point and an ending point, but it does not connect back to itself. It is not a closed shape like a circle or a square. Therefore, it can be classified as an open path.

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• 12.

### To create a path around a tomato, you'd need to create ________.

• A.

An open path

• B.

A closed path

• C.

A line

• D.

None of the above

B. A closed path
Explanation
To create a path around a tomato, you would need to create a closed path. This means that the path would form a complete loop or circuit around the tomato, with no breaks or openings. A closed path would fully enclose the tomato, ensuring that there are no gaps or spaces left uncovered. This would provide a clear and continuous route around the tomato, allowing for easy navigation and protection of the tomato within the path.

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• 13.

### Teh letter D is an example of _______.

• A.

A join

• B.

A closed path

• C.

An open path

• D.

None of the above

B. A closed path
Explanation
The letter D is an example of a closed path because it is a shape that begins and ends at the same point, forming a continuous loop. Unlike an open path, which has distinct start and end points, a closed path creates a closed shape with no breaks or openings. Therefore, the letter D fits the definition of a closed path.

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• 14.

### A straight line is an example of ____________.

• A.

An open path

• B.

A closed path

• C.

None of the above

• D.

Both A and B

A. An open path
Explanation
A straight line is an example of an open path because it extends infinitely in both directions without any endpoints. It does not form a closed loop or shape, which would make it a closed path. Therefore, the correct answer is "an open path."

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• 15.

### An open path is a path whise end points are ________.

• A.

Straight

• B.

Not connected

• C.

Pointed

• D.

Connected

B. Not connected
Explanation
An open path is a path whose end points are not connected. This means that the two ends of the path are not joined or linked together.

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• 16.

### In the figure above, what part of the path is identified by the letter "E."

• A.

End point

• B.

Path segment

• C.

Corner point

• D.

Smooth point

A. End point
Explanation
The letter "E" in the figure above is indicating the end point of the path. It is the final point of the path segment and represents the termination of the path.

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• 17.

### In the figure, above what part of the path is identified by the letter "C."

• A.

End point

• B.

Path segment

• C.

Corner Point

• D.

Smooth point

C. Corner Point
Explanation
The letter "C" in the figure refers to a specific point on the path that represents a corner. It is not an end point or a smooth point, as those would be indicated differently. Therefore, the correct answer is "Corner Point."

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• 18.

### In the figure, above what part of the path is identified by the letter "B."

• A.

End point

• B.

Path segment

• C.

Corner Point

• D.

Smooth point

B. Path segment
Explanation
The letter "B" in the figure identifies a specific part of the path. This part is not the end point, as it is located within the path itself. It is also not a corner point or a smooth point, as those terms refer to specific types of points on a path. Therefore, the most appropriate term to describe the part of the path identified by the letter "B" is a path segment.

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• 19.

### Hen the Pen Tool is positioned over an anchor point, it automatically changes to this tool.

• A.

Selection tool

• B.

Direct selection tool

• C.

Both A and B

• D.

None of the above

D. None of the above
Explanation
When the Pen Tool is positioned over an anchor point, it automatically changes to the Convert Anchor Point Tool. This tool allows users to adjust the direction handles of the anchor point, which can be used to modify the shape of a path. The Selection Tool and Direct Selection Tool are not automatically activated when the Pen Tool is positioned over an anchor point.

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• 20.

### When you click an anchor point with the Delete Anchor Tool ______.

• A.

The anchor point is deleted

• B.

The anchor point is deleted and any line segments attached to the point are also deleted

• C.

The entire image is deleted

• D.

Explanation
When you click an anchor point with the Delete Anchor Tool, the anchor point blinks.

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• 21.

### When the Pen Tool sis positioned over a line segment, it automatically chages this tool.

• A.

Selection tool

• B.

Direct sleetion tool

• C.

Both A and B

• D.

None of the above

A. Selection tool
Explanation
The correct answer is "selection tool" because when the Pen Tool is positioned over a line segment, it automatically changes to the selection tool. This allows the user to easily select and manipulate the line segment or any other object on the canvas. The selection tool is a versatile tool that allows for precise selection and editing of objects in graphic design software.

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• 22.

### Of the three types of joins, which produces square corners?

• A.

Miter

• B.

Round

• C.

Bevel

• D.

All of the above

A. Miter
Explanation
The miter join produces square corners. In a miter join, the outer edges of the joined lines extend to meet at a point, forming a sharp corner. This type of join is commonly used in graphic design and woodworking to create clean and precise corners. The round join, on the other hand, creates rounded corners, while the bevel join creates angled corners. Therefore, the correct answer is miter.

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• 23.

### Pressing [Alt] (Win) or [Option] (Mac) when drawing a circle allows you to do what?

• A.

Delete the background image

• B.

Draw the circle from its center

• C.

Draw a rectangle

• D.

Constrain the circle as a perfect circle

B. Draw the circle from its center
Explanation
Pressing [Alt] (Win) or [Option] (Mac) when drawing a circle allows you to draw the circle from its center. This means that when you click and drag to create the circle, it will be centered around the point where you initially clicked, rather than starting from one edge and expanding outwards. This can be useful for creating symmetrical shapes or aligning the circle precisely.

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• 24.

### Pressing and holding [Shift] when drawing a circle allows you to do what?

• A.

Constrain the circle as a perfect circle

• B.

Draw the circle from its center

• C.

Deleted the circle

• D.

Draw a rectangle

A. Constrain the circle as a perfect circle
Explanation
Pressing and holding [Shift] when drawing a circle allows you to constrain the circle as a perfect circle. This means that the shape will have equal width and height, resulting in a symmetrical and round circle. Without holding [Shift], the circle may appear distorted or elongated depending on the movement of the mouse.

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• 25.

### The figure above is _________.

• A.

An open path

• B.

A closed path

• C.

A path segment

• D.

An end point

B. A closed path
Explanation
The figure above is a closed path because it forms a complete loop without any breaks or openings. It connects back to its starting point, creating a continuous shape.

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• 26.

### A grayscale image is usually printed using which ink?

• A.

Cyan

• B.

Magenta

• C.

Yellow

• D.

Black

D. Black
Explanation
Grayscale images consist of shades of gray, ranging from black to white. Black ink is used to print these images because it can create the darkest shades and provide the necessary contrast for a grayscale image. Cyan, magenta, and yellow inks are typically used in color printing, but for grayscale images, black ink is the most suitable option.

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• 27.

### In Photoshop, grayscale is which of the following:

• A.

File format

• B.

Color mode

• C.

Color swatch

• D.

B. Color mode
Explanation
In Photoshop, grayscale refers to a color mode. This color mode uses shades of gray to represent different levels of brightness in an image. It does not contain any color information, only black, white, and shades of gray. Grayscale is often used for black and white images or when color is not necessary.

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• 28.

### To colorize the highlight areas of a plaed grayscale graphic, slecet the graphic with which tool?

• A.

Selection tool

• B.

Direct selection tool

• C.

Multiply

• D.

Transparency palette

A. Selection tool
Explanation
The selection tool is used to choose or select specific areas or objects in a graphic. In this case, to colorize the highlight areas of a grayscale graphic, you would need to select those areas using the selection tool. This tool allows you to create a selection around the desired areas, which can then be modified or filled with color to achieve the desired effect. The direct selection tool is used to select individual anchor points or paths within a graphic, and therefore would not be suitable for coloring highlight areas. Multiply and transparency palette are not tools, but rather options or settings that affect the appearance of colors or objects in a graphic.

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• 29.

### In order to colorize a grayscale graphic in InDesign, the graphic must be saved in photoshop as which file?

• A.

.psd

• B.

.eps

• C.

.tif

• D.

None of the above

A. .psd
Explanation
To colorize a grayscale graphic in InDesign, the graphic must be saved in Photoshop as a .psd file. This is because .psd files preserve all the layers, transparency, and other important information needed for editing and colorizing the graphic. Saving the file in any other format, such as .eps or .tif, may result in loss of information and limitations in the colorization process. Therefore, saving the graphic as a .psd file ensures that all the necessary data is retained for successful colorization in InDesign.

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• 30.

### In order to colorize the dark areas of a placed grayscale graphic, select the graphic with which tool?

• A.

Transparency palette

• B.

Direct selection palette

• C.

Multiply

• D.

Selection tool

B. Direct selection palette
Explanation
The direct selection palette is used to colorize the dark areas of a placed grayscale graphic. This tool allows for precise selection and manipulation of individual elements within the graphic, making it ideal for adding color to specific areas. The transparency palette, multiply, and selection tool do not provide the same level of control and precision as the direct selection palette in this context.

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• 31.

### The term opacity is derived from which word?

• A.

Openness

• B.

Opulence

• C.

Optimize

• D.

Opaque

D. Opaque
Explanation
The term "opacity" is derived from the word "opaque". Opacity refers to the quality of being opaque, which means not allowing light to pass through and therefore not transparent or translucent. The word "opaque" is directly related to the concept of opacity and is the correct answer in this case.

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• 32.

### In InDesign, you manipulate an object's opacity in which palette?

• A.

Appearance

• B.

Transparency

• C.

Opacity

• D.

Swatches

B. Transparency
Explanation
In InDesign, you manipulate an object's opacity in the transparency palette. This palette allows you to adjust the transparency settings of an object, including its opacity level. By using the transparency palette, you can make an object more or less transparent, allowing you to control how much of the underlying content is visible through the object. This is useful for creating effects such as blending images or text with the background, or creating a faded or ghosted appearance.

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• 33.

### The transparency palette offers how many blending modes?

• A.

5

• B.

15

• C.

35

• D.

Unlimited

B. 15
Explanation
The transparency palette offers a total of 15 blending modes. These blending modes allow users to apply different effects and combine multiple layers in various ways to create unique and visually appealing designs. Each blending mode has its own characteristics and can be used to adjust the transparency, brightness, contrast, and color of the layers, resulting in different visual effects and compositions.

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• 34.

### The multiply effects is similar to which of the following?

• A.

Latex paint on a white board

• B.

Overlapping magic markers

• C.

Overlapping crayon colors

• D.

Mixed oil paints

B. Overlapping magic markers
Explanation
The correct answer is overlapping magic markers. This is because when magic markers overlap, they create a darker and more intense color, similar to the effects of multiplication. Similarly, when numbers are multiplied, the result is a product that is larger or more intense than the individual numbers.

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• 35.

### When you apply the multiply blending mode, white areas of an object_________.

• A.

Stay white

• B.

Become transparent

• C.

Become black

• D.

Become semi-transparent

B. Become transparent
Explanation
When the multiply blending mode is applied, white areas of an object become transparent. This is because the multiply blending mode multiplies the color values of the underlying layers with the color values of the current layer. Since white has a color value of 1, when it is multiplied with any other color value, the result will be the same as the other color value. In the case of transparency, the color value becomes 0, resulting in the white areas becoming transparent.

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• 36.

### When you apply the screen blending mode, white areas of an object_______.

• A.

Stay white

• B.

Become transparent

• C.

Become black

• D.

Become semi-transparent

A. Stay white
Explanation
When you apply the screen blending mode, white areas of an object stay white. The screen blending mode is a blending mode in graphics software that lightens the underlying layers by multiplying the inverse of the blend color. In this case, since white is the lightest color, it does not change when the screen blending mode is applied.

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• 37.

### Which of the following is not a blending mode?

• A.

Luminosity

• B.

Exclusion

• C.

Subtract

• D.

Difference

C. Subtract
Explanation
The given question asks for a blending mode that is not included in the options provided. The options are "Luminosity," "exclusion," "subtract," and "difference." The correct answer is "subtract." This means that "subtract" is not a blending mode, while the other three options are valid blending modes commonly used in graphic design and image editing software.

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• 38.

### In the figure above, the third panel was produced by overlapping the first two panels and applying which blending mode?

• A.

Screen

• B.

Overlay

• C.

Hard light

• D.

None of the above

D. None of the above
Explanation
The third panel was not produced by overlapping the first two panels and applying any of the given blending modes. Therefore, the correct answer is none of the above.

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• 39.

### In the figure above, the third panel was produced by overlapping the first two panels and applying which blending mode?

• A.

Screen

• B.

Overlay

• C.

Luminosity

• D.

None of the above

A. Screen
Explanation
The third panel was produced by overlapping the first two panels using the screen blending mode. The screen blending mode combines the brightness values of the two layers, resulting in a lighter and more vibrant image. It is commonly used to brighten an image or to create a soft glow effect.

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• 40.

### In the figure above, which of the three circles has the highest opacity?

• A.

Left

• B.

Right

• C.

Center

• D.

None of the above

A. Left
Explanation
The left circle has the highest opacity because it appears to be the darkest and most solid in color compared to the other two circles. Opacity refers to the level of transparency, and in this case, the left circle appears to be the least transparent.

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