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Lesson 7. Working with Type > Review questions

Review questions

1: Describe three ways to enter text into the artwork.
A1: To enter text in the artwork, do any of the following:
  • Select the type tool ( ) and start typing.

  • Import text from another file by choosing File > Place.

  • Select the path-type tool, click on any path, and start typing.

2: How do you change the leading between lines in a paragraph? How do you change the leading between paragraphs?
A2: To change the leading between lines in a paragraph, select the paragraph and then enter a new leading value in the Character palette. (Choose Type > Character to display the Character palette.) To change the leading (or space) between paragraphs, select the block of type and then enter a new leading value in the Space Before Paragraph text box in the Paragraph palette. (Choose Type > Paragraph to display the Paragraph palette.)
3: How can you divide a type container into smaller containers?
A3: To divide a type container into smaller containers, select the container and choose Type> Rows & Columns. In the Rows & Columns dialog box, enter the number of horizontal or vertical containers, or both, into which you'll divide the container, their size, and the space between each container.
4: How do you create type that follows the shape of a path or an object?
A4: You can use the path-type tool ( ) to type words along an existing path. You can also wrap a block of type around an object by selecting the type and the object and choosing Type > Wrap > Make. (The object must be in front of the type.)
5: What is a reason for converting type to outlines?
A5: Convert type to outlines when you want to transform (scale, reshape, and so on) letters individually in the word or block of type. Outlines are also useful for filling type with a gradient fill.
6: How do you create a type mask?
A6: One way to create a type mask is to select the type that you want to be the mask, and select the object, bitmap image, or type that you want to show through the mask. (The masking type must be in front of any other objects.) Then choose Object > Clipping Mask > Make to create the typemask.


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