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9A0-142 ADOBE Adobe(R) InDesign CS5 ACE
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C. Choose View > New > Book. D. Choose File > New > Book. Answer: D Explanation: The Book panel appears when you choose File > New > Book to create a book; or when you open a book file that you have created, the Book panel appears. QUESTION: 93 What does the More Options button change to when it is clicked? A. Facing Pages option B. No More Options C. Master Text Frame option D. Fewer Options Answer: D Explanation: Following are the steps to create a new document: 1.Choose the sequence File>New>Document or press CTRL+N. 2.Choose Print or Web in the Internet pop-up menu according to the type of document to be created. 3.Type the number in the Number of Pages field, if the number of pages in the publication is exactly known. 4.Enter the number in the Start Page # field on which the document is to be started, if it is other than 1. 5.If a multipage publication having a spine, such as a book, catalog, or magazine is to be created, then select the Facing Pages option. 6.Select the Master Text Frame option, if the text needs to flow from page to page in a multipage document, such as a book or a catalog. 7.One of the pre-defined sizes from the pop-up menu can be chosen in the Page Size area. 8.Click the Potrait or Landscape iconic button to set the page orientation. 9.To specify the number of columns in pages, type a value in the Columns field. 10.In the Gutter field, specify a gutter distance. 11.In the Margins area, specify margin values. 12.The Bleed and Slug area of the New Document dialog box will appear on clicking More Options, and the More Options button will be changed to Fewer Options.
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