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 What is a closed path? A continuous line such as a circle or ellipse. What is a smooth point? Anchor points connecting smooth curves. What is a corner point? A point connecting sharply curved paths. What does stroking a path do? Paints color along the path. What happens if you deselect a work path and select a non-drawing task? The work path stays unless you start a new one. What do anchor points do? Mark the end of path segments. What is a work path? A work path is a temporary path that appears in the Paths palette and defines the outline of a shape. What is a path? A path is any contour or shape you draw using the pen, magnetic pen, or freeform pen tool. Which tool draws with the greatest precision? The pen tool. What does the freeform pen tool do? Lets you draw as if you were drawing with a pencil on paper. What does the pen tool do? Draws straight and curved lines called paths. What does filling a path do? Paints the interior of a closed path by filling it with color, an image, or a pattern. How does the magnetic pen work? The magnetic pen lets you draw a path that snaps to the edges of defined areas in your image. What happens if you deselect a work path and start working on a new one before saving the first one? The first one is lost. What are anchor points? The points that connect paths. What is a clipping path? An image clipping path lets you isolate the foreground object and make everything else transparent when the image is printed or placed in another application. What is an open path? A path with two distinct end points. Photoshop Pen Tool Close Open Path