When you save a layered image in Photoshop PSD format the Photoshop format

When you save a layered image in photoshop psd format

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QUESTION: 154 When you save a layered image in Photoshop (PSD) format, the Photoshop format options dialogue box appears. By default, the Maximum Compatibility option selected. Why might you leave maximum Compatibility selected? A. To allow older versions of Photoshop to open a flattered composite of the layered file. B. To preserve the appearance of the layer masks and alpha channels in the document C. To reduce the file size of the document by compressing layered data D. To preserve the editability of the text and vector objects within the document Answer: A QUESTION: 155 You want to reshape a Photograph from a landscape (horizontal) to portrait (vertical) orientation using the Content-Aware Scale command. What should you do to ensure important details in the image or not distorted? C QUESTION: 156 You're making a new file in which to create a banner ad for a website. Which settings should you choose in the New dialog box?
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A. Width: 728 pixels, Height: 90 pixels. Resolution: 96 pixels/inch. Color Mode: RGB Color, 8 bit B. Width: 1024 pixels, Height: 768 pixels. Resolution: 72 pixels/inch, Color Mode: RGB Color, 16 bit C. Width: 14.2 inches. Height 2.8 inches. Resolution: 72 pixels/inch, Color Mode: LAB Color, 8 bit D. Width: 10.7 inches, Height: 2.1 inches, Resolution: 96 pixels/inch, Color Mode: CMYK Color, 8 bit Answer: A
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