Computer Application for Journalism
1.What you mean by frames? How can you create frames in Page Maker?
Answer: In telecommunications, a frame is data that is transmitted between network points as a unit complete with addressing and necessary protocol control information. A frame is usually transmitted serial bit by bit and contains a header field and a trailer field that "frame" the data. (Some control frames contain no data.)
A frame is a digital data transmission unit in computer networking and telecommunication. A frame typically includes frame synchronization features consisting of a sequence of bits or symbols that indicate to the receiver the beginning and end of the payload data within the stream of symbols or bits it receives. If a receiver is connected to the system in the middle of a frame transmission, it ignores the data until it detects a new frame synchronization sequence.
In the OSI model of computer networking, a frame is the protocol data unit at the data link layer. Frames are the result of the final layer of encapsulation before the data is transmitted over the physical layer. A frame is "the unit of transmission in a link layer protocol, and consists of a link layer header followed by a packet." Each frame is separated from the next by an interframe gap. A frame is a series of bits generally composed of framing bits, the packet payload, and a frame check sequence. Examples are Ethernet frames, Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) frames, Fibre Channel frames, and V.42 modem frames.
In telecommunications, specifically in time-division multiplex (TDM) and time-division multiple access (TDMA) variants, a frame is a cyclically repeated data block that consists of a fixed number of time slots, one for each logical TDM channel or TDMA transmitter. In this context, a frame is typically an entity at the physical layer. TDM application examples are SONET/SDH and the ISDN circuit switched B-channel, while TDMA examples are the 2G and 3G circuit-switched cellular voice services. The frame is also an entity for time-division duplex, where the mobile terminal may transmit during some timeslots and receive during others.
Often, frames of several different sizes are nested inside each other. For example, when using Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) over asynchronous serial communication, the eight bits of each individual byte are framed by start and stop bits, the payload data bytes in a network packet are framed by the header and footer, and several packets can be framed with frame boundary octets.
Creating Frames in PageMaker
PageMaker 7.0 includes a special kind of object called a frame. While a frame behaves in many ways like any other PageMaker graphic object (for example – a frame can have stroke and fill attributes), a frame differs in two important ways:
- A frame can hold content – either text or graphics – or serve as a placeholder for content.
- One text frame can be threaded to other text frames so that a single story can flow through multiple frames.
In general, you’ll want to use frames as placeholders for content in structured documents such as newspapers or newsletters.
Advantages of Frames:
By drawing empty frames as placeholders and threading text frames together, you create a template in which the layout and structure of the publication is set and content is easily poured into assigned spaces.
Creating a Frame:
- To create a frame you use the tools in the toolbox.
- Create or select a PageMaker shape.
- Choose Element > Frame > Change to Frame. The shape preserves its fill, line weight and other object attributes.
2.Explain how can you create an index in InDesign?
Answer: An index can give any published title authority, as well as increased usability, yet some designers are still none the wiser about how best to create one. There are many different kinds, so I´ll walk you through the basics of creating an index in InDesign, which will enable you to get started. I´ll be using samples from a title that I´ve been working on recently, indexing just one section of the brochure.
All indexes are different, and some can contain many different levels. The one we´re going to work through in this tutorial is for restaurants and has two levels: the first for the food type, and the second for the restaurant name.
To begin creating an index for your project, open your InDesign document, go to Window>Type & Tables>Index, and click Select Reference.
Let´s start by adding our top-level topics (here, food type) to the index. Using the Type tool, highlight the word or words you´d like to add as an entry and select ´Create a new index entry´. When the dialog box appears, click OK and continue adding all other top-level topics as required.
Once added, each entry will have an index marker applied at the start. You can see these markers in the document by showing hidden characters (Ctrl/Cmd+Alt/Opt+I).
Next, we´ll add the references to each topic (in this case, our restaurant names). Follow Steps 2 and 3 as before, but in the pop-up dialog box that appears click the Down arrow to move them down one level. Find the top-level topic required (Arabic & North African, here) in the list below and double click to make it level one.
Should any entries contain unusual characters, numbers or words, these can be re-sorted in the Sort By panel by retyping or omitting the problem word. This will help to ensure accurate alphabetisation throughout.
Continue this process until all of the entries have been added to the index. To double-check your index, use the drop-down menus to review the entries and page references.
Before generating your index, it´s wise to prepare a page and give lots of thought as to how you´d like it to appear. InDesign will format the copy for you but it will be very basic, so it´s worth creating some style sheets first using dummy text. Once this is done, click Generate Index.
There are lots of options in the Generate Index dialog box, but we´re only interested in the basics. We´re creating a ´nested´ index, which will give us the hierarchy we want, so make sure this option is selected.
Select any style sheets you´ve already created for the Title, Level 1, Level 2 and Page Number options if desired. Click OK.
After clicking OK, you´ll see a loaded cursor. Apply the generated index to your layout. Don´t worry if you find mistakes because these can easily be corrected in the Index palette, with a new index regenerated over the top of the old one.
A splash of colour, a little typesetting and some striking images will help lift the page, making it as visually appealing as the rest of your publication.
3.Explain how can you wrap text around a graphic in InDesign?
Answer: You can wrap text around any object, including text frames, imported images, and objects you draw in InDesign. When you apply a text wrap to an object, InDesign creates a boundary around the object that repels text. The object that text wraps around is called the wrap object. Text wrap is also referred to as runaround text.
Keep in mind that text wrap options apply to the object being wrapped, not the text itself. Any change to the wrap boundary will remain if you move the wrap object near a different text frame.
Wrap text around simple objects
To display the Text Wrap panel, choose Window > Text Wrap.
Using the Selection tool or Direct Selection tool , select the object you want to wrap text around.
In the Text Wrap panel, click the desired wrap shape:
Wrap Around Bounding Box
Creates a rectangular wrap whose width and height are determined by the bounding box of the selected object, including any offset distances you specify.
Wrap Around Object Shape
Also known as contour wrapping, creates a text wrap boundary that is the same shape as the frame you’ve selected (plus or minus any offset distances you specify).
Keeps text from appearing in any available space to the right or left of the frame.
Jump To Next Column
Forces the surrounding paragraph to the top of the next column or text frame.
From the Wrap To menu, specify whether the wrap is applied to a specific side (such as the right side or largest area) or toward or away from the spine. (If you don’t see the Wrap To menu, choose Show Options from the Text Wrap panel menu.)
This option is available only if you selected Wrap Around Bounding Box or Wrap Around Object Shape.
- Both right and left sides B. Side towards spine C. Side away from spine
Specify offset values. Positive values move the wrap away from the frame; negative values move the wrap within the frame.
If you can’t get the text to wrap around an image, make sure that Ignore Text Wrap isn’t selected for the text frame that doesn’t wrap. Also, if Text Wrap Only Affects Text Beneath is selected in Composition preferences, make sure that the text frame is beneath the wrap object.
Text frames inside a group aren’t affected by a text wrap you apply to the group.
Note: To set default text wrap options for all new objects, deselect all objects and then specify text wrap settings.
4.What are some of the ways that you can select objects in Adobe Illustrator?
Answer: Options for selecting objects
Before you can modify an object, you need to distinguish it from the objects around it. You do that by selecting the object. Once you’ve selected an object, or a part of an object, you can edit it.
Illustrator provides the following selection methods and tools:
Lets you quickly isolate a layer, sublayer, path, or group of objects, from all other art in your document. When in isolation mode, all nonisolated objects in the document appear dimmed and are not selectable or editable.
Lets you quickly and precisely select individual or multiple objects. You can select a single object (even if it’s in a group), all objects within a layer, and entire groups.
Lets you select objects and groups by clicking or dragging over them. You can also select groups within groups and objects within groups.
Direct Selection tool
Lets you select individual anchor points or path segments by clicking on them, or select an entire path or group by selecting any other spot on the item. You can also select one or more objects in a group of objects.note: When in outline mode, the Direct Selection tool may select imported graphics that are near the tool’s pointer. To avoid selecting unwanted graphics, lock or hide the graphics before making the selection.
Group Selection tool
Lets you select an object within a group, a single group within multiple groups, or a set of groups within the artwork. Each additional click adds all objects from the next group in the hierarchy.
Perspective Selection tool
Lets you bring objects and text in perspective, switch active planes, move objects in perspective, and move objects in perpendicular direction.
Lets you select objects, anchor points, or path segments by dragging around all or part of the object.
Magic Wand tool
Lets you select objects of the same color, stroke weight, stroke color, opacity, or blending mode by clicking the object.
Live Paint Selection tool
Lets you select faces (areas enclosed by paths) and edges (portions of paths between intersections) of Live Paint groups.
(located in the Select menu) Let you quickly select or deselect all objects, and select objects based on their position relative to other objects. You can select all objects of a specific type or that share specific attributes, and save or load selections. You can also select all objects in the active artboard.
Note: To temporarily activate the last-used selection tool (Selection tool, Direct-Selection tool, or Group Selection tool) when using another type of tool, hold down Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Mac OS).
5.Explain how you can add transparency features to your existing diagram in illustrator
Answer: You can add transparency in illustrator by reducing the opacity of objects so that underlying artwork becomes visible. In order to do that
Go to Window-> Transparency-> This will open up your transparency window, you can lower opacity percentage to 50% to see through the object or your diagram .
6.What is the CMKY Value of Quark´s default "Black" in the Colors Palette?
Answer: Mismatches between different types of black may be difficult to see on a monitor, but you can often detect differences in display when you view the blacks next to each other. For example, when RGB black (R0, G0, B0) is converted to 4-color CMYK black in Photoshop, the RGB black information is transformed to C-63, M-52, Y-51, K-100 in the CMYK color space. When an image is printed with these values, the resulting black prints noticeably darker than a CMYK black with values of 0,0,0,100. A rich black will result in a darker, shinier black at the press. A straight 100% black will result in a duller, matte-like finish. This occurs because less ink is being laid down on a particular region of a page. If you are working in a color-managed workflow, black information can undergo color transforms if the profile for the source and target devices have significant conversions defined for black
7.What are drawing tools available in CorelDraw? Explain them in detail.
Answer: Whether you´re fresh to vector, or you´re an Adobe Illustrator user expanding your vector horizons, learning the basic tools of CorelDRAW is a worthy task. We´re going to start with drawing tools such as the Pen Tool, Freehand Tool and 3-Point Curve Tool, as well as a review of some commonly used dockers and toolbars.
- The Pen Tool
Start by creating a New Document (Control-N) at your preferred work size (you can change this any time while working), in RGB color mode, and at 300 dpi. These are my preferred settings, but if you´d rather work in CMYK for printing purposes, do so (while remembering to switch to RGB when exporting for web use).
Let´s start with the Pen Tool (you´ll find it in the Toolbox, to the left, under the Bézier Tool). This tool works just like the Pen Tool found in Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
You place Nodes and draw curves in segments. We´re going to start with a cute little ghost shape:
Place one Node and curve up and to the left. This is the start of the tail.
Continue curving around to the right to form the top of the ghost and back down to the right to join with the original Node. Notice that while you´re placing anchor points, you get a preview of the curve you´re drawing. It´s quite helpful.
You can edit your Node handles with the Shape Tool (F10), and you´ll find additional options for editing within the Property Bar (Window > Toolbars > Property Bar).
To edit your newly drawn object, go to Window > Dockers > Object Properties or hit Alt-Enter. In this docker you´ll find an assortment of options for your selected object.
For the purposes of this tutorial, select Outline and change the width of your stroke to 2.0 pt, color to black, and both Cap and Corner for the Rounded options.
Select the next option within the docker, Fill, select Uniform Fill, and change the color to white. We´ll explore other options within this docker in future tutorials and quick tips.
- Freehand and Bézier Tools
Using the Freehand Tool (F5) is fairly simple if you´re drawing with a graphics tablet. Draw an additional ghost shape. Instead of choosing where your Nodes appear, they´ll be added automatically depending on what level of Freehand Smoothing you´ve set in the Property Bar.
I started with a low setting of 12 for Freehand Smoothing. This example was quickly drawn with a mouse. Note how it has an abundance of Nodes and is quite choppy in shape.
I changed the Freehand Smoothing setting to 97. Again, this was drawn quickly with my mouse. It has 3 Nodes in total.
Note how smooth the second, object is compared to the first. Your settings in the Property Bar matter quite a bit when using drawing tools in this program.
Now that we have a second little ghost, we want its stroke and fill attributes to match. Instead of changing the new object´s attributes in the Object Properties docker, use the Attributes Eyedropper found within the Toolbox.
Select the first ghost with the eyedropper.
Select the second ghost, and all of its attributes are copied over into the second shape. For extremely simple objects like those seen below this seems hardly worth it, but when you´re using a variety of transparency, gradient, and blending mode settings it´ll save you so much time in the long run when you need to create similar items within your artwork.
To illustrate the further use of drawing tools, we´ll work with the Bézier Tool to draw a face onto the first ghost. As with the Pen Tool, you draw curves in segments.
Start with a small mouth. Draw a curve that dips downward. Hit Enter or Shift to stop the curve.
Repeat for the eyes. Change the weight of all lines drawn in the Object Properties docker.
I prefer the Pen Tool over the Bézier Tool for shapes like the ones created for the second face: two funny little circle eyes and a wide, open mouth. You´ll notice it´s difficult to draw curving shapes that stop sharply at a Node and move into the next curve. Which tool you use for projects will depend on your needs in drawing.
Set the Fill color to black for all three new shapes.
- B-Spline and Smart Drawing Tools
These little ghosts need crowns. Using the B-Spline Tool, start with a line that curves to the right and up. Notice that the further inward to the center you place your Nodes, the more curved your edges and corners become.
The shape drawn below has 7 Nodes in total. Set the Fill color to bright orange in the Object Properties docker.
The Smart Drawing Tool (Shift-S) is quite similar to the Freehand Smoothing options of the Freehand Tool.
In the Property Bar, you´ll find two options with drop-down menus: Shape Recognition Level and Smart Smoothing Level. To start, set both to None.
With both level options set to None, I´ve drawn another simple and quick ghost-like shape with my mouse. It takes a moment for the smart drawing to load. Note how choppy and Node-filled it is.
Set both level options to Highest and redraw the same shape. Note how smooth and simple it is with only 2 Nodes.
See the difference between the two shapes and the extremes of their settings below.
- 2-Point Line and 3-Point Curve Tools
We´re going to give the ghosts a long overdue rest and draw a spider web with the final two tools we´ll review in this tutorial.
Start with the 2-Point Line Tool and draw a long vertical line. In the Object Properties docker, change the line weight to 3.0 pt, color to black, and Cap and Corner to Rounded.
Keep the vertical line selected and start the horizontal line at the top Node. This will continue the object without having to draw a new one.
Draw four thinner, diagonal lines radiating outward from the corner of the previous object. Group (Control-G) your objects together.
Using the 3-Point Curve Tool, start on the top horizontal line and draw a straight line to meet the first diagonal line (this creates the first two points).
Next, the line will curve toward the corner of the cobweb (this creates the third point). Set the width of the line at 1.5 pt.
Continue drawing curved lines between each section of the cobweb. When possible, select a curved line and continue it by picking up an open Node and creating another 3-Point Curve.
Your web is complete when each section is filled with curves.
Finally, here´s a quick review of the Object Manager docker. This docker is comparable to the Layers panel in Adobe Illustrator. In the case of the Object Manager, however, you can not only create multiple objects, layers, and groups of layers (and objects), but also multiple pages.
Note that next to each layer there are three icons:
Show or Hide: Toggling this changes the visibility of a layer within the active document.
Enable or Disable Printing or Exporting: Toggling this changes whether or not a layer will be included in a printed or exported document. Even if you have a layer hidden, if this isn´t toggled off, your exported image will still show whatever is on the layer.
Lock or Unlock: Toggling this allows for your layer to be editable or not. It´s quite useful for making sure objects remain untouched while working with multiple, overlapping elements within a document.
Sadly, individual objects or object groups have to be on separate layers if you want some to be hidden, some to be unprintable, or some to be locked.
8.What are save and AutoSave command in CorelDraw? Write the difference between them.
Answer: Save command in coral draw is converting or saving a corel draw projects in different versions of Corel Draw using Corel Draw.
AutoSave command in coral draw:
CorelDraw can be typed as CorelDRAW, which is graphic design program in Windows is used to draw diagrams, image drawing and much more. CorelDraw has also options to backup files automatically which can save our valuable time that we spend to draw a diagram. This has provided because if power went off or any problem in PC we would loss the drawing and time for this reason corelDraw supports automatic saving for every few seconds. In a default corelDraw program this option is disabled so we need to enable by manually.
Simple steps in converting or saving a corel draw projects in different versions of Corel
Draw using Corel Draw X6.
- Open Corel Draw X6.
- Click on File
- Select Save as.
- Select the file version you want.
To Enable this Option just follow below steps.
- Click tools in CorelDraw main menu at the top of screen. Under this menu click options to access the configurations. Alternatively you can use shortcut key CTRL + J
- A popup dialog box will appear similar to this below image.
- Once you are in this the box click save in the left side and two options will come same as in image.
- Check the box Auto-backup and then adjust the time for how many minutes you want to backup and click OK.
If you want permanently for lifetime auto-saving option? Under the options click document and check mark for Save options as defaults for new documents.Once you done click OK.
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1.How to organize layers in Photoshop?
Answer: ACTIVATE MULTIPLE LAYERS SIMULTANEOUSLY
Select multiple layers simultaneously by selecting one layer and then Shift-clicking to select additional layers. The selected layers are highlighted. Selected layers move and transform together, making repositioning and resizing easier than activating each layer independently.
When you select two or more layers and choose the Move tool, you can take advantage of alignment features on the Options bar. Select three or more layers for distribution options.
AUTO-ALIGN LAYERS TOOL
Do you ever have multiple shots of a group, one with the guy’s eyes shut and the girl looking the other way? Or maybe you like the smile in one better than in another. With the auto-alignment feature, you can pull the best parts of multiple images into one “best” image.
To use this tool, simply have the Move tool active, select multiple layers, and then click the Auto-Align Layers button to the right of the alignment tools. The Auto-Align Layer dialog box appears. Make your selection and click OK.
After you start using layers, you’ll likely use lots of them and your Layers panel will become huge. If you often scroll to navigate from one layer to another, take advantage of layer groups, which act as folders for layers you choose. You can add, remove, and shuffle around the layers within a layer group. Use layer groups to organize layers and make the job of duplicating multiple layers easier.
To create a layer group, follow these steps:
After creating several layers, Shift-click to select the layers you want to group together in a set.
Choose New Group from Layers from the Layers panel menu, name the group, and then click OK.
That’s it. You’ve created a layer group from your selected layers.
After you create a layer group, you can still reorganize layers within the group or even drag additional layers in or out. You can open and close a layer group with the arrow to the left of the group name.
2.Name few file formats to which a photoshop project can exported to.
Some of the file formats to which photoshop project can exported to are as follows:
- Photoshop format (PSD)
- Photoshop format (PSD)
- Photoshop DCS 1.0 and 2.0 formats
- Photoshop EPS format
- Photoshop Raw format
- Digital Negative format (DNG)
- BMP format
- Cineon format
- DICOM format
- JPEG format
- Large Document Format (PSB)
- OpenEXR format
- PICT File
- PICT Resource
- Pixar Format
- PNG Format
- Portable Bit Map format
- Radiance format
- Scitex CT
- WBMP format
3.Name all of the photoshop panels.
- Actions panel
- Adjustments panel
- Brush panel
- Brush Presets panel
- Channels panel
- Character panel
- Character Styles panel
- Clone Source panel
- Color panel
- Glyphs panel
- Histogram panel
- History panel
- Info panel
- Libraries panel
- Layer Comps panel
- Layers panel
- Navigator panel
- Notes panel
- Paragraph panel
- Paragraph Styles panel
- Paths panel
- Properties panel
- Styles panel
- Swatches panel
- Tool Presets panel
Question No. 1 Marks – 10
Your installation of Photoshop may display rulers at the ____ of the document window.
- bottom and left
- top and left
- top and right
- bottom and right
Question No. 2 Marks - 10
If you make a mistake while dragging the cropping area and want to start over, you can press the ____ key, which cancels the selection.
Question No. 3 Marks - 10
Photoshop keeps track of all your edits in the ____ palette.
Question No. 4 Marks - 10
A ____ is a decorative edge on a photo or a portion of a photo.
Question No. 5 Marks - 10
A ____ is an individual dot of light that is the basic unit used to create digital images.
Question No. 6 Marks - 10
____ modes are the ways in which pixels in an image are affected by a color.
Question No. 7 Marks - 10
Photoshop uses a mathematical process called ____ when it changes the number of pixels.
Question No. 8 Marks - 10
A shortcut menu sometimes is known as a(n) ____ menu.
Question No. 9 Marks - 10
The ____ process adds new pixels to a photo to match those already there.
Question No. 10 Marks - 10
The ____ format is a compressed graphic format designed to minimize file size and electronic transfer time.
- all of the above
Question No. 11 Marks - 10
The Illustrator tool which is shown as a completely black arrow is called the
- Paint Tool
- Direct Selection Tool
- Selection Tool
- Anchor Tool
Question No. 12 Marks - 10
Which of the following isn’t a type of Illustrator brush?
Question No. 13 Marks - 10
If you want a new brush you’ve created to show up in the Brushes palette of all new illustrations, where must you save it?
- in the Brushes palette when no files are open
- in the Brushes palette in the Adobe Illustrator Startup file
- in one of Illustrator’s sample brushes library
- in the Brushes palette of the current illustration
Question No. 14 Marks - 10
Creating text as a graphic in Illustrator gives you all the following advantages except.
- you can quickly create effects such as drop shadows
- you can turn it into a brush
- you can fit it to radical curves more easily
- you can easily correct the spelling
Question No. 15 Marks - 10
Selected tools from the toolbox will remain selected
- For approximately 15 seconds.
- Until the computer is off line.
- Until the software is shut down.
- Until another tool is selected
Question No. 16 Marks - 10
How do you select a shape that has no fill?
- Click the interior center spot
- Double click the interior center spot
- Click the stroke
- Double click the anchor point
Question No. 17 Marks - 10
Which of the following is used to convert a raster image to a vector image?
- Live Trace
- Live Pixels
- Live Convert
- Live Paint
Question No. 18 Marks - 10
How do you create type that follows the shape of a path or an object?
- It can’t be done
- Use the Pathfinder tool
- Use the Path Type Tool
- Deselect the Path
Question No. 19 Marks - 10
Which of the following tools would be used to edit a line?
- the pen
- selection tool
- the eraser
- direct selection tool
Question No. 20 Marks - 10
The Illustrator tool which is shown as a white arrow is known as...........
- Selection Tool
- Paint Tool
- Direct Selection Tool
- Anchor Adjustment Tool
Question No. 21 Marks - 10
Which of the following programs is not a popular desktop publishing program?
- Adobe PageMaker
- Microsoft Publisher
- Lotus AmiPro
Question No. 22 Marks - 10
QuarkXPress is a computer application which was released by?
- Quark, Inc. in 1989
- Quark, Inc. in 1987
- Quark, Inc. in 1988
- Quark, Inc. in
Question No. 23 Marks - 10
In October 2008, ................ won the Mac User Award for Print Publishing Software of the Year.
- QuarkXPress 8
- QuarkXPress 9
- QuarkXPress 10
- QuarkXPress 6
Question No. 24 Marks - 10
A QuarkXPress document contains text and.......... ?
- graphics boxes
- Window display
Question No. 25 Marks - 10
QuarkXPress incorporated an application programming interface called ............ which allows third-party developers to create custom add-on features to the desktop application.
- graphics boxes
- Merchandise quality
Question No. 26 Marks - 10
QuarkXPress is a computer application for creating and editing complex page layouts in a .................... environment?
- WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You give)
- WYSIWYG (What You Steal Is What You Get)
- WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get)
- WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You take)
Question No. 27 Marks - 10
The most recent version, QuarkXPress 2015 (internal version number 11.0), allows publishing in English and ............ other languages?
Question No. 28 Marks - 10
In the beginning of 2003 Quark released a server version of Quark XPress, called
- Quark OLD
- Quark NEW
- Quark DDE
- Quark DDS
Question No. 29 Marks - 10
The Mac version of QuarkXPress 9 is for .............. processors only
- PPC-based Macs
Question No. 30 Marks - 10
QuarkXPress also offers the ability for composite work-flows, both with ...............
- Opacity and shade
- space and align
- printing and non-printing
- PostScript and PDF output.
Question No. 31 Marks - 10
Which of the following file types can be modified while applying filters on them?
- All of the above
Question No. 32 Marks - 10
CorelDraw is an example of
- groupware application
- bit publishing package
- paint program
- graphics suite
Question No. 33 Marks - 10
Corel Draw´s competitors include ________ and Xara Xtreme.
- Adobe Flash
- Adobe Fireworks
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe InDesign
Question No. 34 Marks - 10
Object Information, Cursor position or Fill and outline color display are done in which bar?
- Tools bar
- Status bar
- Property bar
- Menu bar
Question No. 35 Marks - 10
In Corel Draw ‘L,R,C,E,T,B’ are all shortcuts of
Question No. 36 Marks - 10
What is the shortcut of ‘Combine’ Command in Corel Draw?
- CTR + C
- CTR + L
- CTR + B
- CTR + N
Question No. 37 Marks - 10
What license is Corel Draw distributed under?
- GNU General Public License
- Proprietary software
- GNU Lesser General Public License
Question No. 38 Marks - 10
A full range of editing tools allow the user to adjust contrast, color balance, change the format from RGB to ________, add special effects such as vignettes and special borders to bitmaps.
- HSL and HSV
- RGB color model
- Color model
- CMYK color model
Question No. 39 Marks - 10
Corel Draw is a vector graphics editor developed and marketed by Corel Corporation of Ottawa
- United Kingdom
- United States
Question No. 40 Marks - 10
Which technique is used for specifying the spacing increments for snapping text to the path?
- Tick Spacing