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Photoshop CS3 Chapter 3 - True/False
Instructions: Circle T if the statement is true or F if the statement is false.
T F 1. You can see through an opaque layer.
T F 2. A layer is an image superimposed or separated from other parts
of the document.
T F 3. The selected layer is also referred to as the active layer.
T F 4. It is good practice to give each layer a unique name so you can
identify it more easily.
T F 5. When you drag from one document window to the other,
Photoshop creates a layer.
T F 6. The Background Eraser tool erases all similarly colored pixels
with one click.
T F 7. When you left-click the Magic Eraser button in the toolbox, you
can choose other eraser tools.
T F 8. When using the eraser tool, the right-bracket key on your
keyboard decreases the size of the eraser.
T F 9. The Background Eraser samples the color in the center of the
mouse pointer which is called the selection spot.
T F 10. To undo an erasure, click Edit on the menu bar and then click
Undo Eraser, or press CTRL + E to undo.
T F 11. When creating a layer mask, by default the mask is not linked to
the selected layer.
T F 12. A special kind of mask is a clipping mask that masks the layers
T F 13. A selection layer mask is a layer mask created by making a
selection in the layer.
T F 14. Filter adjustments let you apply predetermined pictures, tiles or
T F 15. In the Layers palette, the transparency box allows you to change
the opacity or transparency of the layer.