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Q: The White Arrow key in Adobe Illustrator is also known as
A: The White Arrow key in Adobe Illustrator is also known as Direct Select Tool.
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Asked 7/3/2012 10:10:33 PM
Updated 7/22/2015 11:14:43 PM
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Flagged by emdjay23 [7/22/2015 6:24:54 PM], Unflagged by jeifunk [7/22/2015 11:14:40 PM], Edited by jeifunk [7/22/2015 11:14:43 PM]
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The White Arrow key in Adobe Illustrator is also known as Direct Select Tool.

Added 7/22/2015 6:24:54 PM
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Confirmed by jeifunk [7/22/2015 11:14:44 PM]
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is a raster image (aka bitmap) a resolution independent image format?
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Hevnlymom, we all have to provide a link to a source when we answer a question. Please review and follow the rules.
Added 7/6/2015 11:00:17 AM
debnjerry, the rules say "To add credibility to your answer, always provide a link, if available, to a source that confirms its accuracy especially when you obtain information from another site."

Notice it says "if available". I can't give a link to my source as it is an online classroom that must be logged into in order to access it.
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Here is proof that the answer to this question is no.



The first 4 sentences of the first paragraph state: "There are two image main image file format definitions used in a typical graphic design project. Raster (or bitmap) images and vector images. Raster images are generally photographs or images made up of pixels. These images are resolution-dependent, meaning that their physical size is directly associated with their resolution (the number of Dots (pixels) per Square Inch or DPI that they contain)."

The answer is no, because the raster is resolution-dependent, not resolution independent.
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