1. What can you do using the various flash CS4 interface elements? (Select multiple)

A.Organize and store the items that you create or import
B.Access commonly-used drawing and selection tools
C.Organize content and control how it displays over time
D.Access the properties of elements you want to import
E.Create custom panels and windows

2. You have inserted a new layer on the Timeline. Identify the steps to change it to a guide layer.

A. Select the layer, create a new layer folder, and then move the layer into the layer folder
B. Select the layer, create a new layer folder, and then display all layers in the outline view
C. Select the layer, hide all other layers, and then move the layer folder
D. Select the layer, open the Layer Properties dialog box, and then change the layer type to guide

3. You have created a custom workspace and now want to save it so that you can use it at a later time. How can you do this?

A. Access a workspace from the available workspaces, modify it, and then close it
B. Ensure that the Stage is empty and then save your Flash document
C. Use the Window menu to create a new workspace, name the workspace, and then save it

4. You are working with graphics in Flash CS4, and you want to decide between using bitmap graphics and vector graphics. Identify the characteristics of a bitmap graphic. (Select two)

A.It is resolution dependent
B.It can be resized without loss in quality
C.It is defined using mathematical descriptions
D.It is made up of pixels

5. You want to create a graphic in Adobe Flash CS4 as part of a project you’re creating. You’ve decided to use vector graphics across several layers. You need to be able to select and modify overlapping shapes and objects individually. Identify the drawing mode you should use.

A. Merge drawing mode
B. Graphic drawing mode
C. Object drawing mode

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