You have ten files that you would like to be able to access frequently. You would like to create a collection that you can view in Mini Bridge. You select the files in Mini Bridge and drag them on top of the Collections item in the Mini Bridge Navigation area. What happens?
A. Mini Bridge creates a new collection that contains those files.
B. Mini Bridge creates a smart collection that contains those files.
C. Nothing. You can’t create a new collection in Mini Bridge.
D. Mini Bridge creates a new folder on your Desktop that contains those file.
You have an RGB image that you want to convert to CMYK. Your print service bureau has given you a custom ICC profile for their printing conditions that differs from your current Photoshop Color Settings. Which feature should you use to convert to CMYK?
A. Choose Edit > Convert to Profile.
B. Choose Edit > Assign Profile.
C. Choose Image > Mode > CMYK.
D. Choose Edit > Color Settings, and choose the Custom CMYK option from the CMYK menu.
You are dragging a panel toward the edge of the monitor where you have docked other panels. Which key should you hold down as you drag to prevent this panel from docking with the other panels?
A. The Alt key (Windows) or Option key (Mac OS)
B. The Shift key
C. The Esc key
D. The Ctrl key (Windows) or Command key (Mac OS)
You are creating a custom workspace that facilitates the way you like to work. Which parameters can you save as part of your custom workspace, other than panel locations? (Choose two.)
A. Custom keyboard shortcuts
B. Current color management settings
C. Your CS Live setup
D. Menu changes
E. Changes to Preferences
You are working on a system with two monitors, and you have two documents open as tabbed documents on the main monitor. You want to display one of the documents on the second monitor for easier reference, so you can see both at the same time. What should you do?
A. Hold down Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) and double-click on the document’s tab.
B. Turn off the Open Documents as Tabs preference.
C. Click the document’s tab, and drag to the second monitor.
D. Choose Window > Arrange > Tile.
You want to quickly hide all panels and menus and switch the area outside the canvas to black.
What should you do?
A. Press Command-F (Mac OS) or Ctrl+F (Windows) twice.
B. Choose View > Proof Setup > Custom.
C. Choose Full Screen Mode from the Application bar’s Screen Mode menu.
D. Press F1 twice.
You are sharpening a photograph, and you want to preview the sharpening at 100% view for greatest accuracy. How can you display the photograph at 100% in the document window? (Choose two.)
A. Choose View > Actual Pixels.
B. Double-click the Zoom tool in the Tools panel.
C. Double-click the Hand tool in the Tools panel.
D. Press Ctrl+0 (Windows) or Command+0 (Mac OS).
E. Select Scrubby Zoom in the Zoom tool Options bar, and drag in the image.
You have selected part of an image and chosen Layer > New > Layer via copy. What will happen if you adjust the opacity of the new layer to 50%?
A. The image will remain the same.
B. The image will get lighter.
C. The image will get darker.
D. The image contrast will be reduced.
Which task can you accomplish by adjusting the Fill slider in the Layers panel?
A. Change the opacity of both a selected layer and that layer’s drop shadow layer effect
B. Reduce the opacity of more than one selected layer but not their drop shadow layer effects
C. Reduce the opacity of the Background layer
D. Change the effect of a Smart Filter on a selected layer
You have a flattened image that is 8.5″ x 11″ at 300ppi. You want to reduce the image in Photoshop to be half as wide and tall. However, you want to maintain the option to enlarge the file to full size and quality again. What should you do before scaling with the Image Size feature?
A. Choose Layer > Smart Objects > Convert to Smart Object.
B. Choose Edit > Free Transform.
C. Choose Image > Canvas Size.
D. Choose Edit > Content Aware Scale.
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