|Adobe 9A0-061 : Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 Professional ACE Exam||130 Questions & Answers||Updated: Jan 07,17|
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You have opened a PDF document in a browser for a s hared review. You are unable to publish comments. Why does this happen?
A. The shared review has ended.
B. The review was initiated in Adobe Reader.
C. The shared PDF document is on a WebDAV server.
D. The tools need to be enabled by choosing View > Toolbars > Comment Markup.
You have several paragraphs automatically numbered using InDesign's Bullets and Numbering feature. You want to rearrange the order of those paragraphs in the story while keeping the numbering sequential. What should you do?
A. one at a time, highlight each of the paragraphs to be moved with the Direct Selection tool and drag it to its new position in the story
B. highlight the numbered paragraphs with the Type tool, choose Type > Bulleted & Numbered Lists > Convert Numbering to Text, and then use Edit > Cut and Edit > Paste to rearrange paragraphs
C. highlight the numbered paragraphs with the Type tool, choose Type > Bulleted & Numbered Lists > Convert Numbering to Text and then double -click the SortParagraphs.jsx script in the Scripts panel
D. with the text cursor in the story, choose Edit > Edit in Story Editor, then, one at a time, highlight each of the paragraphs to be moved with Type tool, and drag it to its new position in the story
You have a text frame filled with the Paper color. You want the background of the text frame to be 50% transparent, but the text itself to remain at fully opaque. After selecting the frame, what should you do?
A. in the Effects panel, select the Isolate Blending checkbox then set the Opacity field to 50%
B. in the Effects panel, click Fill then type 50% in the Opacity field
C. select the text frame with the Direct Selection tool, choose Object > Effects > Transparency, and change the Opacity field to 50%
D. in the Color panel, type 50 into the % field, then select the text with the type tool and make sure the % field is set to 100
You are sending a document to a colleague to work on and you want to ensure the colleague's work adheres to specifications saved in a preflight profile. What should you do?
A. select a profile from the Preflight panel and click the Embed Selected Profil e button
B. choose Edit > Assign Profile and choose both an RGB and CMYK Profile
C. choose Edit > Convert to Profile and select from the Destination Space pop -up menus
D. select a profile from the Preflight panel and choose Enable Preflight for All Documents from the flyout menu
You have created an object style that defines an object's fill and stroke, then assigned this style to several frames in your document. You change the fill color of one of the frames in the Swatches panel. You now want to change all of the other objects to match the modified object. After selecting the modified object, what should you do?
A. Alt+click (Windows) or Opt+click (Mac OS) the object style name in the Object Styles panel
B. choose Redefine Style from the Object Styles panel menu
C. choose Duplicate Object Style from the Object Styles panel menu
D. choose Copy to Group from the Object Styles panel menu
You have placed a large Photoshop graphic on your page and scaled it down 50%. You select the graphic with the Selection tool and check to see that Show Options is selected in the Info panel menu. Which two will the Info panel display? (Choose two.)
A. the current resolution of the graphic
B. the link status of the graphic
C. the original height and width of the graphic
D. the graphic's color space
E. the layer the graphic is currently on
Which formatting feature becomes disabled when text in a text frame is affected by another object's text wrap settings?
A. Inset Spacing
B. Align to Baseline Grid
C. Vertical Justification
D. First Baseline Offset
You have a CMYK document open that you will be saving as an Illustrator (. ai ) file to import into InDesign . You know that the InDesign document's working profile is set to Coated GRACoL 2006, and you want to change the Illustrator document's profile to match. What should you do?
A. Choose Edit > Assign Profile, and choose the profile from the Profile pop -up menu.
B. Choose Edit > Color Settings and choose the profile from the CMYK pop-up menu in the Working Spaces section.
C. Choose Edit > Color Settings and choose Preserve Embedded Profiles from the CMYK pop- up menu in the Color Management Policies section.
D. Choose View > Proof Setup > Customize and choose the profile from the Device to Simulate pop-up menu.
You want to change the fill and stroke colors for several selected objects. The colors you want to sign are in a color group in the S watches panel. hat should you do?
A. click the color group in the Swatches panel
B. choose Edit > Edit Colors > Recolor with Presets > Color Library
C. Option-click (Mac OS) or Alt-click (Windows) the color group in the Swatches panel
D. click the Recolor Artwork button in the Control panel; in the Recolor Artwork dialog box, select the color roup from the Color Groups list on the right
What will happen if he holds down the mouse button without moving the cursor?
A. The background color will build up in a spot.
B. The foreground color will build up in a spot.
C. No color will be applied until the cursor is moved.
D. No color will be applied until he releases the mouse button.
An Airbrush produces soft edged strokes. It is very much similar to spray painting. When you hold
down the mouse button without moving the cursor, the foreground color builds up in the area
around the brush. The effect of an Airbrush is greater when you drag the tool slower. The faster you
drag it, the less effect it will have.
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