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1) The ZOOM command and it�s options can be accessed from the _______________.

a. the Ribbon�s View tab


b. the Navigation Bar
c. the Application Menu
dd. either the Ribbon�s View tab or the Navigation Bar

2) It is not necessary to activate the ________________.options of the ZOOM command


because they are automatically available when the command is started.

a. All and Extents


b. Center and Object
c. Realtime Zoom and Pan
dd. Window and Scale

3) If you are using the ZOOM command�s Scale option and want an object to display
twice as big as it is currently, you should enter _______________ as the scale
factor.

a. 2
bb. 2X
c. .5
d. .5X

4) A shortcut menu that allows you to switch between zooming and panning is
available when using the ZOOM command�s ______________ option.

aa. Realtime
b. Object
c. Dynamic
d. Scale

5) The ZOOM command�s ____option will first zoom out so you can see the entire
drawing and then allow you to size and locate a zoom box for the desired zoom
operation.

a. Realtime
b. Scale
cc. Dynamic
d. Center

6) When using the ZOOM command�s _______________ option, you first select a point
where you want to zoom to and then you enter either a height or magnification
factor.

a. Realtime
b. Object
c. Dynamic
dd. Center

7) The GROUP command, which will be discussed in a later module, is used to group
objects together so they can be selected as a single item. When using groups, you
may want to use the ZOOM command�s ___option, which will allow you to zoom to a
group with a single pick.

a. Realtime
bb. Object
c. Dynamic
d. Scale
8) The ZOOM command�s Previous option allows you to back up through
_______________.

a. earlier panning operations


b. earlier zooming operations
cc. earlier zooming and panning operations
d. either a single previous zooming or a single previous panning operation

9) The alias for the ZOOM command is _______________.

aa. Z
b. ZO
c. ZOO
d. There is no alias for the ZOOM command
10) After zooming into an object with curves, it may be necessary for you to use
the _______________ command to force the software to recalculate and redraw the
objects so they appear correctly.

a. REDRAW
b. REFRESH
cc. REGEN
d. UPDATE

1) Double-clicking the mouse wheel performs a ________________ operation.

a. ZOOM - All
bb. ZOOM - Extents
c. ZOOM - Scale
d. ZOOM - Dynamic

2) Rolling the mouse wheel performs a ________________ operation.

aa. zoom in or zoom out


b. panning
c. dynamic panning
d. orbiting

3) Holding the mouse wheel down while moving it (dragging the wheel) performs a
________________ operation.

a. zoom in or zoom out


bb. panning
c. continuous panning
d. orbiting

4) 4. Options from the Realtime Zoom or Pan shortcut menus include:


________________.

aa. Pan, Zoom, Zoom-Window, Zoom-Original, and Zoom Extents


b. Pan, Zoom, Zoom-Window, Zoom-Previous, and Zoom Extents
c. Pan, Zoom, Zoom-Window, Zoom-Original, and Zoom All
d. Pan, Zoom, Zoom-Scale, Zoom-Original, and Zoom Extents

5) The Forward and Back buttons are found in the _______________ of the Ribbon.

a. Home tab (Navigate 2D panel)


b. Home tab (Views panel)
cc. View tab (Navigate 2D panel)
d. View tab (Views panel)

1) The _______________ command is used to open the View Manager dialog box.

a. NAME
b. NAMEVIEW
cc. VIEW
d. VIEWMANAGER

2) After naming the view in the View Manager, you should define the boundary for
the view. If you want to describe the boundary by picking two points, you should
set the radio button for _______________.

a. Current display
bb. Define window
c. Set points
d. Pick points

3) A named view can be restored to the screen by _______________.

a. setting the view current in the View Manager


b. picking the view from the Views panel of the Ribbon
c. picking the view from the In-Canvas control located in the top left corner of
the screen
dd. All of the above

4) If you want to change the defined boundary for a named view, you should open the
View Manager, select the view, and pick the _______________ button.

aa. Edit Boundaries


b. Update Layers
c. Change Data
d. There is no button -You must create a new view with the correct boundaries

5) With the default settings in the View Manager, you will not only be able to save
the zoom and pan information for a view but also the current________________.

aa. layer visibility states


b. status bar settings
c. drawing file
d. layer color settings

1) If you use the Last option at the �Select Objects� prompt,_______________ will
be selected.

a. the last selection set


bb. the last object created
c. the last objected selected in a selection set
d. There is no such option

2) When using the default settings, holding down the SHIFT key while creating a
selection set,_______________.

aa. removes objects from the selection set


b. adds objects to the selection set
c. starts the selection process over
d. has no affect on the selection set

3) The following are valid options available during the �Select Objects�prompt
sequence: _______________.

a. Window, Crossing, and Z


b. Previous, Last, and Next
c. CPolygon, WPolygon, and Center
dd. Fence, Previous, and All

4) When using implied windowing the direction of point selection is important. A


window is established if you pick from _______________ and a crossing is
established if you pick from _______________.

a. top to bottom, bottom to top


b. bottom to top, top to bottom
c. right to left, left to right
dd. left to right, right to left

5) When selecting objects, a Window is indicated by a _______________.

aa. shaded blue area outlined by a continuous line


b. shaded green area outlined by a continuous line
c. shaded blue area outlined by a dashed line
d. shaded green area outlined by a dashed line

6) 6. When selecting objects a Crossing is indicated by a _______________.

a. shaded blue area outlined by a continuous line


b. shaded green area outlined by a continuous line
c. shaded blue area outlined by a dashed line
dd. shaded green area outlined by a dashed line

7) The _______________ options, select objects inside and those touched by the
selection boundary.

a. Fence and Crossing


b. Window and WPolygon
cc. Crossing and CPolygon
d. Crossing and Window

1) The group names and descriptions for a drawing can be viewed by selecting the
____ button in the Ribbon which opens the Object Grouping dialog box.

a. Ungroup
bb. Group Manager
c. Group Edit
d. View

2) The ____command is used to group individual objects together so they can be


selected for modification with a single pick.

aa. GROUP
b. GATHER
c. JOIN
d. UNGROUP

3) Although objects can be added or removed from a group through the Object
Grouping dialog box, this can also be accomplished by selecting the ___ button in
the Ribbon.

a. Ungroup
b. Explode
cc. Group Edit
d. View

4) Although a group can be removed by using the Explode button in the Object
Grouping dialog box, this can also be accomplished by selecting the ____ button in
the Ribbon.

aa. Ungroup
b. Explode
c. Group Edit
d. View

5) A group by default is selectable, which means it can be selected with a single


pick. If a group is named, it can also be selected by using the _____option at the
�Select objects� prompt and then providing the group name.

a. Ungroup
b. Explode
cc. Group
d. Find

1) Preselecting objects and then issuing a command is referred to as


_______________.

aa. Noun/Verb selection


b. Implied Windowing
c. Quick Selection
d. Modify commands must be issued before objects can be selected

2) To remove highlighting or grips from preselected objects you should press the
_______________ key on the keyboard.

aa. ESC
b. TAB
c. CTRL
d. F1
3) An easy way to select all the 1/4� text in a drawing, is to use the
_______________ command (setting the Object type to Text, the Property to Height,
the Operator to Equal and the Value to 0.25).

a. FIND
b. SEARCH
c. QFILTER
dd. QSELECT

4) In the Quick Selection dialog box, a listing of all the object types present in
your drawing is provided. If you want to include all of the object types, you
should select ______________ from the �Object type� list.

a. All
b. Line
c. Text
dd. Multiple

5) The Quick Selection dialog box can be activated by _______________.

a. entering QSELECT at the command prompt


b. right-clicking in the screen area and selecting �Quick Select�� from the
shortcut menu
c. picking the Quick Select button from the Utilities panel of the Ribbon
dd. All of the above

1) Selection Cycling is toggled on and off by picking the button in the


_______________.

aa. Status Bar


b. Ribbon
c. Navigation Bar
d. Application Menu

2) When Selection Cycling is toggled on, a glyph (icon) appears, indicating that
your _______________ has been placed over multiple items during a selection
operation.

a. crosshair
bb. pickbox
c. selection box
d. window box

3) When Selection Cycling is toggled on and you pick while over multiple objects
_______________.

a. nothing will be selected


b. the last object created (the object on top) is selected
cc. a Selection dialog box is provided and you pick the item from the list
d. all objects are selected

4) If you want to isolate or hide objects to simplify a complicated drawing, you


can activate the tools by _______________.

a. entering the command name at the prompt (ISOLATEOBJECTS or HIDEOBJECTS)


b. right-clicking and select Isolate Objects or Hide Objects from the shortcut menu
c. selecting Isolate Objects or Hide Objects from the Status Bar
dd. Any of the above

5) Isolating objects as opposed to hiding objects, allows you to _______________.

a. remove selected objects from the screen


bb. remove all the objects except the selected ones from the screen
c. turn off the layers for selected objects
d. turn off all the layers except those for the selected objects

6) Once you have isolated or hidden objects, you can _______________ to redisplay
the objects on the screen.

a. use the REGEN command


b. use the Layer Properties Manger
cc. select �End Object Isolation� from the Status bar or screen shortcut menu
d. Any of the above