Sample Questions/Answers from Adobe Acrobat 5 ACE exam Actual certification test contains 75 similar questions
27 February 2002 | UPDATED: 20 March
Adobe's Jim Mendes, the Exam Development Project Manager with the Adobe Solutions Network (ASN), kindly offered the following sample questions from the Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) exam for Acrobat 5 (these are actual questions developed for consideration -- but not selected for -- the actual exam).
The correct answers appear with an asterisk and in boldface.
1. What is the purpose of a Trusted Certificate?
to verify the version of Adobe Acrobat being used
*to define privileges for specific users of a document
to verify the serial number of the Adobe Acrobat copy
to add accessibility features to an Adobe PDF document
2. You need to reuse all of the text in a 20-page PDF file that you created. You do not have the original document that was created in the authoring program. Which method extracts the text on all 20 pages at one time, so you can use the text in an authoring program?
*choose File>Save As, and select Rich Text Format
choose File>Save As, and select Encapsulated PostScript
select the text with the Column Select tool, then copy and paste it in the authoring program
select the text with the TouchUp Text tool, then copy and paste it in the authoring program
3. Your tagged PDF document contains a table that is displayed
in the middle of a paragraph. You want the table to display
at the end of the paragraph when you reflow the document.
Which tool should you use?
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