Adobe InDesign CS2 sertifikācijas eksāmena jautājumi

Atļaušos netulkot, vienīgi piebildīšu, ka man šķiet sviestaini, ka cilvēki ir sajukuši prātā dēļ XML, jo ja pat InDesign sertifikācijas jautājumos XML ir pirms darba ar tabulām un pre-press sagatavošanas, tad nu gan…

Atļaušos netulkot, vienīgi piebildīšu, ka man šķiet sviestaini, ka cilvēki ir sajukuši prātā dēļ XML, jo ja pat InDesign sertifikācijas jautājumos XML ir pirms darba ar tabulām un pre-press sagatavošanas, tad nu gan…

1.0 Document layout

1.1 Create and use a Snippet

1.2 Create and use anchored objects

1.3 List and describe how to control global defaults, document defaults, and object attributes

1.4 Given a scenario, create a new document by using the Document Setup dialog box

1.5 Create and apply document presets

1.6 Given a scenario, create the structure of a document by using guides and grids (including frame-based grids)

1.7 Given a scenario, work with Master pages (scenarios include: creating applying, basing a new Master page off an existing Master page, overriding Master page items)

1.8 Create and use graphic and text placeholders and containers

1.9 Explain how objects are organized in InDesign by using layers (options include: viewing, locking, stacking, rearranging, selecting, copying, merging, flattening)

1.10 Explain how data merge works within InDesign

2.0 Working with text

2.1 Create a User dictionary

2.2 Import a word list into a User dictionary

2.3 List and describe new text features in Adobe InDesign (features include: font preview, drag-and-drop text, dynamic spell check, autocorrect)

2.4 Apply styles to text or objects by using Quick Apply

2.5 Format a Story by using Object Styles

2.6 Given a scenario, format text by using the appropriate palette or menu item

2.7 Insert special characters by using the Type menu, Glyph palette, or contextual menu

2.8 Manipulate text by using text frame options (frame options include: threading, frame properties, resizing, text wrap, selecting text)

2.9 Create, apply, import, and modify styles by using the Character Style and Paragraph Style palettes

2.10 List and describe the advantages and disadvantages when using OpenType fonts

2.11 Edit text by using the Story editor

2.12 Create and apply a nested style

2.13 Format bullets and numbering

3.0 Drawing, arranging, and transforming objects

3.1 Create an object style by using the Object Styles palette or the Control palette

3.2 Apply transformations to selections by using the Transform Again commands

3.3 Convert shapes by using the Convert Shape command or Pathfinder palette

3.4 Describe how you can create and edit paths by using the appropriate InDesign tools

3.5 Create, edit, and thread text on a path

3.6 Modify and transform objects by using various InDesign features

3.7 Modify the contents of frames by using various InDesign features

3.8 Describe information that is displayed in the Info palette

4.0 Working with color

4.1 Select colors by using the Color Picker

4.2 Load and save swatches by using the Swatches palette

4.3 Create, edit, and apply colors to objects by using the appropriate palettes

4.4 Explain when you would use the Swatches palette versus the Color palette

4.5 Given a scenario, create, modify and apply gradients to objects by using the appropriate palettes and tools

4.6 Explain the purpose of color management, and discuss color management workflow in Adobe InDesign

4.7 Describe how to create mixed inks

5.0 Working with transparency

5.1 Given a scenario, apply transparency to an object

5.2 Describe how Adobe InDesign supports transparency features in Placed files (file formats include: Photoshop, Illustrator)

5.3 Given a scenario, create and/or apply the proper flattening style to achieve the desired output

6.0 Managing assets with Bridge

6.1 List and describe the functionality Adobe Bridge provides for viewing assets

6.2 Explain how to apply metadata and keywords to assets in Adobe Bridge

6.3 List and describe the functionality and set the appropriate options for Creative Suite Color Settings

7.0 Importing, exporting, and converting files

7.1 List and describe the features associated with placing layered .PSD, .AI, and PDF files

7.2 Choose a specific layer comp when placing a .PSD file

7.3 Change the active layer comp to a different layer comp in a layered PSD file

7.4 Save an existing InDesign CS2 document for use with InDesign CS

7.5 List and describe the features InDesign provides for importing Microsoft Word RTF documents

7.6 Select the appropriate method and file format for importing text and graphics

7.7 Given a scenario, select the appropriate options for exporting an Adobe InDesign document to PDF

7.8 Manage placed graphics by using the Links palette including editing the original in the source application

8.0 Managing long documents

8.1 Insert a footnote into a document by using the Insert Footnote command

8.2 Format footnotes by using the Footnote Options dialog box

8.3 Create a book by using the Book palette

8.4 Create a Table of Contents and Index by using the appropriate palettes and commands

8.5 Create and manage hyperlinks by using the Hyperlinks palette

8.6 Synchronize styles and swatches in a book

9.0 Preparing documents for cross-media support as a PDF document

9.1 Create interactivity for an InDesign document that will be exported

9.2 Add a movie to an InDesign document that will be exported as a PDF document

9.3 Link sounds to interactive elements in an InDesign document that will be exported as a PDF document

10.0 Working with XML

10.1 List and describe the features InDesign provides for integrating XML

10.2 List and describe the features InDesign provides for importing XML (features include: repeating text elements, delete unmatched existing elements, handling unmatched incoming elements)
10.3 Apply tags to objects by choosing options from the Tagging Presets Options dialog box
10.4 Describe workflows that are enabled by using XML
10.5 Define and assign XML tags, and export an XML file
10.6 Map styles to XML tags by using the Tags palette and the Structure view
10.7 Import a DTD and validate XML structure against the DTD

11.0 Working with tables
11.1 Create and import tables
11.2 Modify tables
11.3 Format a table
11.4 Create headers and footers in tables

12.0 Prepress and outputting to print
12.1 Describe which elements are checked and flagged during the preflight process
12.2 Describe the resulting objects when a package is prepared
12.3 Configure print settings in the Print dialog box for various types of output
12.4 Select the correct options in the Separations Preview palette in order to view separations on screen
12.5 Select the correct options in the Flattener Preview palette in order to view output

Avots: Adobe InDesign CS2 Revealed, Course Technology; 1 edition (June 1, 2005), ISBN: 1418839671.

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