Adobe Photoshop CS4 ACE Exam
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QUESTION NO: 1 You have finished editing an image acquired
from a digital camerA. Which command should you choose
to change the current image mode to one that is appropriate
for preparing an image to be printed using process colors?
A. Image > Mode > CMYK
B. Image > Mode > Lab Color
C. Image > Mode > RGB Color
D. Image > Mode > Indexed Color
QUESTION NO: 2 You have a grayscale image that you would
like to print. You would like to add a color tint and
print the image on two separate plates. Which should
A. Image > Mode > Indexed Color
B. Image > Mode > RGB Color
C. Image > Mode > CMYK Color
D. Image > Mode > Duotone
QUESTION NO: 3 In the Photoshop Color Settings dialog
box you see a warning that says: Your Creative Suite
applications are not synchronized for consistent color.
You want consistent color treatment across Photoshop,
Illustrator, Acrobat, and InDesign. What should you
A. From the Settings list choose: Monitor Color
B. From the Settings list choose: Custom
C. In Bridge, choose Edit > Creative Suite Color
Settings and apply a color setting
D. In Bridge, choose Preferences > Advanced and check
the box to Use Software Rendering
QUESTION NO: 4 You have a document using the Adobe RGB
(1998) color space, and you need to convert it to a
smaller CMYK color space represented by a press profile.
The document contains no significant colors that are
outside the CMYK color space. Which rendering intent
will most effectively preserve the color relationships
within the RGB document when it's converted to CMYK?
A. Absolute Colorimetric
B. Relative Colormetric
QUESTION NO: 5 You choose View > Proof Colors and
preview how colors will print on a specific printer.
What is a requirement for Proof Colors to work properly?
A. You have chosen Edit > Assign Profile to assign
the profile for the printer's color space
B. You have chosen Edit > Convert to Profile to convert
the document into the printer's color space
C. You have also turned on View > Gamut Warning
D. You have configured the Customize Proof Condition
QUESTION NO: 6 You want to display an on-screen preview
of how your RGB document will look when produced in
CMYK. Which should you choose to specify the device
A. View > Proof Setup
B. View > Proof Colors
C. Image > Mode > CMYK Color
D. Image > Mode > Multichannel
QUESTION NO: 7 You are configuring the Color Settings
dialog box for images intended for output to the Web.
Which RGB working space should you choose?
B. ProPhoto RGB
C. Adobe RGB
D. ColorMatch RGB
QUESTION NO: 8 Which feature will allow you to have
an event, such as opening or saving a file, trigger
a Photoshop action?
D. Batch actions
QUESTION NO: 9 You have selected several images in Bridge.
Which command allows you to convert multiple files to
another format without first creating an action?
A. Tools > Photoshop > Batch
B. Tools > Photoshop > Photomerge
C. Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor
D. Tools > Photoshop > Process Collection in Photoshop
QUESTION NO: 10 You have four images open in Photoshop.
You currently see each image in its own separate window
with its own title bar. You would like to see just one
image and tabs for the other images. Which should you
A. Window > Arrange > Float in Window
B. Window > Arrange > Float All in Windows
C. Click the 4-up button in the Arrange Documents menu
D. Click the Consolidate All button in the Arrange Documents
QUESTION NO: 11 On the Mac OS, which should you choose
to group all the workspace elements in a single, integrated
A. View > Show > None
B. Window > Application Frame
C. Window > Workspace > Basic
D. View > Screen Mode > Standard Screen Mode
QUESTION NO: 12 You have selected the Zoom tool. What
happens when you hold down the H key and click in the
image and hold down the mouse button?
A. Your image zoom changes temporarily
B. You see an animated zoom continuously zooming into
C. You see a synchronized zooming in of multiple images
that are tiled
D. You zoom into an image while increasing the window
size to accommodate the enlarged image