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7.A ____ is a rectangular area into which the user can type text.a.labelc.check boxb.buttond.text boxANS: DPTS:1REF:495
8.A(n) ____ consists of a label placed beside a small square.PTS:1REF:495
9.A ____ is a rectangular object you can click; when you do, its appearance usually changes to lookpressed.
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b.buttond.text boxANS: BPTS:1REF:49510.GUI components are excellent examples of the best principles of object-oriented programming; theyrepresent objects with attributes and methods that operate like ____.PTS:1REF:496
11.A ____ is one of the tiny dots of light that form a grid on your screen.a.pointc.textileb.texeld.pixelANS: DPTS:1REF:497
12.When you use a menu bar, it is at the top of the screen in most GUI programs, and the first menu itemis almost always ____.PTS:1REF:499
13.Dimming a component is also called ____ the component.PTS:1REF:499
14.GUI programmers sometimes refer to screen space as ____.PTS:1REF:499
15.The screen design issues that make programs easier to use for people with physical limitations areknown as ____ issues.a.usabilityc.interfaceb.accessibilityd.complianceANS: BPTS:1REF:500
16.When you develop an event-driven application, you need to expand on the ____ step in the programdevelopment cycle.PTS:1REF:501
17.A ____ represents a picture or sketch of a screen the user will see when running a program.PTS:1REF:502
18.Cartoonists create animated films by drawing a sequence of ____ or cells.
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19.A(n) ____ is a list of the objects used in a program, including which screens they are used on andwhether any code is associated with them.a.object dictionaryc.GUI dictionaryb.object indexd.interface dictionaryANS: APTS:1REF:502
20.A(n) ____ shows the relationship between screens in an interactive GUI program.PTS:1REF:504

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