Dear readers, these Adobe Illustrator Multiple choice Questions have been designed specially to get you acquainted with the nature of questions you may encounter during your Job interview for the subject of Adobe Illustrator. As per my experience good interviewers hardly plan to ask any particular question during your Job interview, normally questions start with some basic concept of the subject and later they continue based on further discussion and what you answer:
A. Paint Tool
B. Direct Selection Tool
C. Selection Tool
D. Anchor Tool
A. Selection Tool
B. Paint Tool
C. Direct Selection Tool
D. Anchor Adjustment Tool
A. Anchor Adjustment Tool
B. Selection Tool
C. Direct Selection Tool
D. Paint Tool
a. Click the interior center spot
b. Double click the interior center spot
c. Click the stroke
d. Double click the anchor point
a. choose the rectangle tool, hold shift, and drag the cursor diagonally.
b. input the square's side dimensions.
c. double click the polygon tool
d. select the square polygon tool and click any open area
a. Live Trace
b. Live Pixels
c. Live Convert
d. Live Paint
a. For approximately 15 seconds.
b. Until the computer is off line.
c. Until the software is shut down.
d. Until another tool is selected.
a. select the color tool and hit return on the keyboard
b. select the object and then a color from the color palette
c. select a brush and paint the color inside the object
d. simply use the paint bucket
a. the selected pen will change to the next one up
b. A vertical, horizontal, and 45 degree line can be drawn
c. A zig-zag line can be drawn.
d. The pen will draw an empty line.
b. Gamma Line
d. Point Successor
a. The line will stretch
b. The line will change to 45 degrees
c. The line will curve
d. The line will smooth
a. the pen
b. selection tool
c. the eraser
d. direct selection tool
a. Use the "group transform" tool
b. Use the "group division" tool
c. Use the "group selection" tool
d. Can't be done. The group needs to be ungrouped first.
a. Drag the handles of the bounding box while depressing "option"
b. Drag the handles on the bounding box.
c. Drag the handles on the bounding box while depressing "Shift".
d. Drag the handles and hold F4 while dragging
b. type color
a. It can't be done.
b. Use the Pathfinder tool
c. Use the Path Type Tool
d. Deselect the Path
a. Open Path
c. Closed Path
d. Closed Vector
a. Click the color in the swatch, then select the stroke tool
b. Stroke color must be selected before creating the object.
c. Click the stroke tool at the bottom of tool box and select a color
d. Click the bounding box and then select a color
a. Command+click the new swatch on the swatches panel
b. Click the new swatch button on the swatches panel
c. Option+click the new swatch on the swatches panel
d. Drag the new swatch to the swatch menu
a. scissors tool
b. knife tool
c. bisect tool
d. transform tool
a. double-click the scaling tool
b. double click off the artboard
c. double-click the hand tool.
d. double-click the magnifying glass tool
a. Combine grouped objects
b. Find a path for type
c. Find a path for stroke size
d. Find a path for rasterization
c. Spot Color
a. Show type as having an empty fill
b. Convert type to Outline
c. Click the gradient and select the type while holding shift
d. Convert type using Pathfinder
a. Artwork printing is controlled
b. Artwork outlines are easily seen
c. Artwork sections can be hidden
d. Artwork is protected from change
a. Use the leading pull down menu under "Font"
b. Place the cursor in front of the first line and click the option key
c. Press the up or down arrow key for each point of leading needed
d. Select the paragraph and enter the leading value in the "Character" palette
a. 50% of one color, plus 50% of another color
b. A tint of a PMS Swatch
c. 75% of one color, plus 25% of another color
d. A graduated blend of two or more colors within a closed path
a. Delete the color and then reset it with the swatch selection tool
b. Fill the mesh with the paint bucket tool after selecting a mesh point
c. Fill the mesh with the brush tool after grouping the objects
d. Use the direct selection tool, select a mesh point, then select the color
a. name the layer "Invisible Layer"
b. click on the pencil at the left of the layer name
c. adjust the gamma layer for "Invisible"
d. click off the eye on the left of the layer name
a. Bezier Curve
b. Venus Curve
c. curved vector solution
d. Razerian Curve
a. stroke and shadow
b. fill and stroke
c. history and undo
d. texture and gamma