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InDesign Chapter E

True/False
Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Using CMYK inks only, it is possible to reproduce a color photo.
 

 2. 

Most of the color photographs that you see in magazines are printed with only four colors.
 

 3. 

In the New Color Swatch dialog box, you can use the Color Type list to choose from one of two types of colors.
 

 4. 

You must name process ink swatches with their CMYK values.
 

 5. 

When you create a tint swatch, it is given the same name as the swatch on which it is based plus the tint percentage.
 
 
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 6. 

In the figure above, all four chips are painted or filled with the same color ink.
 
 
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 7. 

In the figure above, the swatch named Blue is a process tint. By definition, the same process inks are used to create the 25% Blue tint swatch, only at lower percentages of each ink.
 

 8. 

If you select an object, then drag the sliders in the Color palette, the color of the object is continuously updated as you drag.
 
 
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 9. 

In the figure above, the highlighted swatch is not a named color.
 

 10. 

When you create a new color in the Color palette, it becomes the active fill or stroke color in the Toolbox, depending on which button is active.
 

 11. 

Colors that you mix in the Colors palette are automatically saved in the Swatches palette.
 

 12. 

At any time, you can drag a swatch onto an object and apply it to an object.
 

 13. 

At any time, you can drag a swatch onto an object and apply it to an object, but it can be applied as a fill only.
 

 14. 

When dragging and dropping swatches, you can modify the color of an unselected object.
 

 15. 

The Apply Gradient button at the bottom of the Tools palette is a Black-to-White gradient.
 

 16. 

The Paper swatch can be applied only as a fill color, not as a stroke.
 

 17. 

A Paper fill and a None fill are essentially the same thing.
 

 18. 

Once you’ve created a color and added it to the Swatches palette, it is a named color.
 

 19. 

All named colors are saved with the file.
 

 20. 

Any swatch can be modified by double-clicking it, which opens the Swatch Options dialog box.
 

 21. 

When you select text with the Type Tool, the Formatting affects container button in the Toolbox is automatically activated.
 

 22. 

Spot colors come pre-mixed.
 

 23. 

Spot colors print separately from process inks.
 

 24. 

The color range of a library of spot colors is larger than the color range that can be printed using CMYK.
 

 25. 

Pantone is a brand name.
 

 26. 

You can create spot colors in Adobe Illustrator.
 

 27. 

You can create spot colors in Adobe Photoshop.
 

 28. 

InDesign is not able to recognize or identify spot colors that you create in Illustrator or Photoshop.
 

 29. 

Every gradient must have a minimum of three colors.
 

 30. 

In InDesign, you create gradients by clicking the New Gradient Swatch in the Gradient palette menu.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 31. 

CMYK inks are called what?
a.
Process inks
c.
Spot colors
b.
PMS inks
d.
None of the above
 

 32. 

In Adobe InDesign, you create named colors in which palette?
a.
Color palette
c.
Gradient palette
b.
Swatches palette
d.
all of the above
 
 
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 33. 

In the figure above, if you were to examine each of the chips under a magnifying glass, which would most resemble a checkerboard pattern?
a.
100%
c.
25%
b.
50%
d.
10%
 

 34. 

In the figure above, which chip is created with the least amount of ink?
a.
100%
c.
25%
b.
50%
d.
10%
 
 
indesign_chapter_e_files/i0410000.jpg
 

 35. 

In the figure above, clicking the area of the color palette marked by the letter “B” would change the fill color to ______.
a.
a different process color
c.
A and B
b.
a different spot color
d.
None of the above
 

 36. 

Pressing which key on the keypad toggles the activation between the Fill and Stroke button?
a.
f
c.
x
b.
s
d.
z
 

 37. 

What are the default colors for the Fill and Stroke?
a.
white fill; black stroke
c.
none fill, black stroke
b.
black fill, none stroke
d.
none fill, none stroke
 

 38. 

The Formatting affects text and Formatting affects container buttons can also be found in which other palettes?
a.
Swatches
c.
both A and B
b.
Color
d.
None of the above
 

 39. 

Which of the following is a term commonly used to refer to a spot color?
a.
Fifth color
c.
Non-process color
b.
PMS color
d.
All of the above
 

 40. 

Which of the following gradient styles can you create in InDesign?
a.
radial
c.
A and B
b.
diamond
d.
None of the above
 



 
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