9A0-088 ADOBE Adobe IIIustrator CS4
A. Shift- click on each slice on the artboard with the Slice Select tool then choose Object > Group B. in the Save for Web & Device dialog box, select the slices, and choose Link Slices from the Optimize menu C. in the Save for Web & Device dialog box, Shift -click each slice and choose Lock Selected Colors from the Color Palette menu D. Shift - click on each slice on the artboard with the Slice Select tool, then hold down the Option (Mac OS ) or Alt (Windows) key when you choose File > Save for Web & Device Answer: B QUESTION: 96 You are creating artwork that will be exported and displayed on a Web page. You have used a wide variety of colors in the artwork, but you want to limit the colors in the exported file to a set of specific colors. Which two file formats allow you to do this in the Save for Web & Devices dialog box? (Choose two.) A. GIF B. SVG C. SWF D. JPEG E. PNG-8 F. WBPM G. PNG- 24 Answer: AE QUESTION: 97 You are creating some artwork that will be displayed on a mobile "smart" phone. What should you do to preview how the artwork will appear? A. choose View > Pixel Preview B. choose View > Proof Setup > Customize C. choose File > Save for Web & Devices, then click the Device Central button D. choose File > Save for Web & Devices, then choose SWF from the Optimized File Format pop-up menu Answer: C QUESTION: 98 On a 468x60 pixel artboard you create a 468x60 pixel banner advertisement to be exported as a PNG file and displayed on a web site. However, in the Save for Web & Devices dialog box you 37
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