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LEVEL 2 QUIZ

1. Which one is NOT a vaild type of unit?


Architectural Decimal Open Metric

2. What do you NOT need to consider when starting a CAD drawing?


If you can draw it If you have enough paper If you have all the measurements needed If AutoCAD is installed on your computer

3. Which layer(s) will you most likely need?


At least one for the objects Text Dimension All of the above

4. What can be contained in a template drawing?


Layers Test Styles Dimension Styles All of the above

5. To invoke the Zoom command transparently, type:


'Z >Z :Z "Z

6. Which is not a valid Zoom option?


Zoom Extents Zoom Previous Zoom Next Zoom Window

7. Panning allows you to...


Minimize the drawing See all of the drawing at once

Close in on a small area Move around the drawing at the same scale

8. Why should you use the Zoom tools?


To be more accurate To be faster To make your life easier All of the above

9. What can you type in to see the Text Styles dialog box?
Text Textstyles TS ST

10. What can be a problem with using True Type fonts?


They can slow down the drawing Other users may not have the same fonts They can be tougher to format All of the above

11. Why should you not use the standard TXT font?
It's ugly It looks unprofessional It can be difficult to read All of the above

12. When you are defining a Test Style, should you adjust the height?
Always Never Only if you really know what you're doing Sometimes

13. When you are in Paper Space (layout) what do you draw to see your model?
A window A box A rectangle A viewport

14. What's the easiest way to know if you are in paper space /layout mode?

Zoom out Ask someone Look for the triangular icon Try printing

15. What command do you use to scale a viewport?


Scale VPscale Print Zoom

16. Should you modify your model in Paper Space / Layout Mode?
Never Always Yes, because I like to learn bad habits Only when I'm being lazy

17. What is an advantage to using blocks in your drawing?


It keeps file size down They are easier to modify They can contain attributes All of the above

18. When creating a block, what don't you need to do?


Give it a name Select the objects Add Attributes Pick a base point

19. Once you create a block can you change it?


You can redefine it Never Only if you didn't name it You can only resize (scale) it

20. What command do you use to write a block to a separate file?


Blockwrite Wblock You cannot write a block to a disk Writer's Block

21. Which item isn't part of an attribute?


Scale Tag Value Prompt

22. What is a block attribute??


Plain Text A number that identifies each block Non-graphical innformation about the object A random number generated by AutoCAD

23. What can you do with block attributes?


Display them in the drawing Export them to another program Use them in custom programs, like for a bill of materials All of the above

24. When are attributes displayed in the drawing?


Never Always They are turned on and off using the Attdisp command They are turned on and off using the Dispatt command

25. Can a polyline be given a variable width?


No Only in certain drawings Only in AutoCAD 2004 Yes, whenever you command it

26. Can different polylines be joined together?


Yes No Only if they have arcs Not if they have arcs

27. What command allows you to edit a poyline?


PLedit Pedit

You cannot edit poylines once they have been drawn Editpoly

28. Can a polyline be left open?


Never Always Sometimes Only if it has an arc

29. Once a Hatch is drawn, can you edit it?


No Only in certain drawings Only in AutoCAD 2004 Yes, using the Hatchedit command

30. If you hatch an area and cant see it clearly...


You must start over AutoCAD is locked up The scale may be wrong You used the wrong colour

31. What is the best colour for a solid hatch?


Black White Light Grey It doesn't matter

32. If the hatch didn't work at all...


You used the wrong colour The scale was wrong There was an opening in the area you selected Hatches always work fine

Answers

You should review before moving on. Here are the correct answers to the questions you got wrong: 1. Open 2. If you have enough paper 3. All of the above 4. All of the above 5. 'Z 6. Zoom Next 7. Move around the drawing at the same scale 8. All of the above 9. ST 10. All of the above 11. All of the above 12. Only if you really know what you're doing 13. A viewport 14. Look for the triangular icon 15. Zoom 16. Never 17. All of the above 18. Add Attributes 19. You can redefine it 20. Wblock 21. Scale 22. Non-graphical innformation about the object 23. All of the above 24. They are turned on and off using the Attdisp command 25. Yes, whenever you command it 26. Yes 27. Pedit 28. Sometimes 29. Yes, using the Hatchedit command 30. The scale may be wrong 31. White 32. There was an opening in the area you selected