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

 1. 

You can add and remove colors from a gradient.
 

 2. 

You must name process ink swatches with their CMYK values.
 

 3. 

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

 4. 

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

 5. 

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

 6. 

Pantone is a brand name.
 

 7. 

Spot colors come pre-mixed.
 

 8. 

The Apply Gradient button on the Tools panel is always a Black-to-White gradient.
 

 9. 

The Apply None button at the bottom of the Tools panel can remove a fill or stroke from an object.
 

 10. 

The ability to update changes is a major benefit of working with named colors.
 

 11. 

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

 12. 

You can drag a swatch onto an object to apply that color to the object.
 
 
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 13. 

In the figure above, the highlighted swatch is an unnamed color.
 

 14. 

Spot colors are mixtures of CMYK.
 

 15. 

All named colors are saved with the file.
 

 16. 

The Apply Color button on the Tools panel is always either black or white, depending on whether the Fill or Stroke button is active.
 

 17. 

When you select text, the Fill and Stroke buttons on the Tools panel show the fill and stroke colors of the selected text.
 

 18. 

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

 19. 

Printing can be done with only four colors.
 

 20. 

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

 21. 

When mixing process tints, lighter colors are produced with lower percentages of  ink.
 

 22. 

Once a swatch has been added to the Swatches panel, it cannot be deleted.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 
 
Case Based Critical Thinking

Katie was promoted to senior designer because of her extensive knowledge of color theory and working with CMYK color for printing. Now, her challenge is to pass that knowledge on to her staff.
 

 1. 

Katie is designing a 4-color newsletter. The newsletter will contain only text and tints - no photography. Katie can be certain that the job will print with which of the following inks?
a.
Cyan
d.
Black
b.
Magenta
e.
There is no way of telling which inks will be used in the above example
c.
Yellow
 

 2. 

Katie’s team has designed a newsletter that contains many subheads - all of which are black. The client calls and says that he’d prefer that each subhead be filled with a different process tint from the Swatches panel. Katie simply selects each text box with the Selection tool, clicks a color in the Swatches panel, and the text changes to that color. This works because Katie has activated the ____.
a.
Formatting affects container button
c.
Default Fill & Stroke button
b.
Apply color button
d.
Formatting affects text button
 

 3. 

Katie’s team is working on a 2-color job, which consists of Black and PMS 185 inks which will print on an offset printing press. When the client changes the color ink to PMS 186 ____.
a.
Katie must go through the document and find and change all objects and text colored with PMS 185.
c.
Katie can replace PMS 185 with PMS 186 in the file quickly - it’s no big deal.
b.
Katie doesn’t need to make the change because the two inks are so close in color.
 

 4. 

Katie tells her staff that when designing pages, any colors they work with must be named colors in the Swatches panel. This is important because ____.
a.
Named colors cannot be modified globally
c.
Tints can be created from unnamed colors
b.
Named colors are not saved in the Swatches panel
d.
Named colors can be modified globally and are saved in the Swatches panel
 
 
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 5. 

In the figure above, clicking the area of the color panel marked by the letter “B” would change the fill color to ______.
a.
a different process color
c.
Pantone blue
b.
a different spot color
d.
Pantone Cyan
 

 6. 

CMYK inks are called what?
a.
Process inks
c.
Spot colors
b.
PMS inks
d.
PANTONE inks
 

 7. 

In addition to the Swatches and Color panels, the Formatting affects text and Formatting affects container buttons can be found in the ____?
a.
Navigator
c.
Tools panel
b.
Themes
d.
Preferences
 

 8. 

What are the default colors for the Fill and Stroke?
a.
white fill; black stroke
c.
no fill, black stroke
b.
black fill, no stroke
d.
no fill, no stroke
 



 
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