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Once it is selected you can manipulate an object. Selecting single objects 1. Go to the Standard Toolbar and select the Open button. Go to the folder on the hard drive where you saved the class files. Open the file Open 2nd.
You will learn how to properly select and perform basic editing techniques. Go to the Toolbox and select the Pick Tool. Remember to hold the mouse over a tool button if you do not remember the name of a tool. The small box will appear next to the mouse pointer displaying the name of the tool or other information about the button. Place the Pick Tool cursor icon in the middle of the blue square.
Click to select the blue square. The black squares are the selection handles. When you select an object, dimension information appears on the Property Bar at the top of the screen and descriptive information appears on the Status Bar at the bottom of the screen. Click and drag to move the square downward into rectangle 2. As you begin to drag, a 4-pointed arrow replaces the cursor.
You will discover that the changes in the mouse cursor designate certain editing functions. Marquee selecting 1. Place the Pick Tool cursor just outside and above the circle and hexagon. Click and drag to surround the objects. All objects within this dotted line or marquee will be selected. Release the mouse when they are surrounded. Notice the Status Bar. It will help verify how many objects are selected.
Place the cursor over the center X. Hold down the mouse button and drag both objects next to the square. Objects act as one while they are group-selected. Press the Escape key to deselect all objects. You can also click in a blank area, but sometimes this may inadvertently select something else.
If you start out to select multiple objects and do not quite surround them all as you drag, hold down the Alt key while dragging, and any objects touched by the marquee will be selected. Shift-Select 2. Hold down the Shift key. Click on the circle. The selection is extended to the circle. Notice the selection handles. Click on the polygon. Release the Shift key. The selection handles surround all three objects.
You should have all three objects selected. Check the Status Bar to be sure you have three objects. You can also select all objects on a page and the desktop by double-clicking the Pick Tool.
Removing objects from a selection 1. Be sure the three objects are selected. Check the Status Bar to be sure. If the Status Bar does not display the properties of the objects, right click on the Status Bar area and choose Refresh. Click on top of the circle. Notice the Status bar. Even though the selection handles remain around all three, only 2 objects are selected.
Place the cursor on the X. Hold down the mouse button and drag the 2 objects up about one inch. The circle remains in place.
Nudging Objects Sometimes you only want to move an object a small distance or you want to move several objects the same distance. The arrow keys allow you to nudge an object.
The default nudge is one tenth of an inch 0. You can change the distance in the Options Edit dialog or on the Property Bar with nothing selected. Select the circle. Push the up arrow key on the numeric key pad at the right of your keyboard.
Push the down arrow key. Push the right arrow key, then the left arrow key. Each time the object has been moved one tenth of an inch in the direction of the arrow.
Resizing objects with the selection handles Scaling and resizing are essentially the same technique, except that scaling resizes both the height and width at the same time. Scaling an object means that the proportions size relationships between the height and width are maintained.
For example, if a square is 1 inch by 1 inch and you scaled it percent, it will become 2 inches by 2 inches. Go to page 2. Select the blue square. Place the cursor on the lower right corner. Your cursor should change to the double-headed arrow cursor. If it doesn't you missed the handle.
Click and drag downward along the red line. Dragging a corner handle scales objects proportionally. Release the mouse button. Select the red square. Place the pointer on the left middle selection handle.
Click and drag to the left. Repeat to the right. Dragging any middle handle will allow you to resize along one side only. Notice the cursor shows which direction you may move using that selection handle. Quick Copying 1. Go to page 3. Select the kangaroo. Click and drag to the end of the dotted line. Do not let go of the left mouse button. Click the right mouse button while you hold down the left button.
Right-clicking while an object is selected is a fast way to create a duplicate. Release the left mouse button. You should have a duplicate of the kangaroo.
Watch the Status Bar as you resize. Place the smaller kangaroo at the end of the dotted line. Create a few more copies and resize them just to get some practice. Tip: You can also specify the resize percentage of an object by typing values in the Scale Factor text box on the Property Bar. The lock button next to the boxes controls how the changes will be applied.
When the lock is closed, the changes will stay in proportion or when open, allow you to change one dimension without effecting the other. Return to Top Rotating and Skewing Objects Special selection handles, called Rotate and Skew handles, are available to rotate and slant objects using the mouse. Objects are rotated around a pivot point. The pivot point can be relocated outside of the object.
This is handy when you want to rotate one object around another. Free rotation 1. Go to page 4. Select the top rectangle. Click on it a second time as if selecting it again. Do not double-click. This is not the same as double-clicking, where you click rapidly. The circle in the middle is the pivot point. Place the cursor on one of the corners. The cursor icon changes indicating that you can rotate the object. Click and drag the corner handle in a circular motion. The cursor changes again to display the rotate cursor.
Watch the Property Bar to see the degree of rotation as you move. Rotation with control You can add precision to your rotation by using the Control key. This technique will restrict the rotation to degree increments. Rotating clockwise will produce a negative value degrees , rotating counter clockwise will produce a positive value 15 degrees. The increment of rotation can be changed in the Options dialog. Go to page 5. Select the green circle. Click the circle again to activate the Rotate and Skew handles.
Move the cursor over the target mark in the middle of the green circle. This is the pivot point. Hold down the left mouse button and move the pivot point down to the center of the large yellow circle.
The position indicator on the Property Bar should read 4. This will change the rotation and allow the green circle to rotate around the larger yellow circle. Hold down the Control key. Place the cursor on the upper right rotation handle of the green circle. Move the handle clockwise. As you rotate the green circle, the Property Bar shows you how far you have rotated.
With the control key down, you will move in degree increments.
Because the pivot point has been moved in the center of the yellow circle, the green circle moves around the yellow one. By default, the Undo command will reverse the last action.
Copying while rotating Remember to keep the left mouse button down until you are finished! Select the green circle again and activate the Rotate and Skew handles.
The Control key constrains the movement of the object. Click and drag to rotate degrees clockwise. Remember to watch the Property Bar as you rotate.
The Angle of Rotation section in the middle displays rotation angle as you rotate. Before letting go of your left mouse button, right click. This should produce a duplicate at the 1 o'clock position. Release the left mouse button then the Control key. Go to the Edit menu Repeat Rotate. The Repeat command repeats the last action. The last command will follow the word Repeat on the menu.
Another duplicate is created 30 degrees away from the second green circle. This is the Repeat command. A new green circle should be added to the drawing. Tip: You can also rotate objects by specifying an increment in the Angle Rotation section of the Property Bar. You cannot, however, create duplicates while rotating this way. If the object does not move after you change the parameters on the Property Bar, press the Enter key.
Skewing objects Skewing slants an object along either the horizontal or vertical plane. This technique is used often to give the illusion of distance or movement. Go to page 6. Select the top gray text object. Activate the Rotate and Skew handles. Place the cursor on the top middle Skew handle. Click and drag to the right about 1 inch. Move the red text object on top of the gray text. This combination produces a cast shadow. Flipping objects 1. Go to page 7. Select the blue triangle.
Place the cursor on the middle left selection handle. Drag the handle over to the middle right selection handle. As soon as you begin to drag, the cursor turns into a double-headed arrow. Release the Control key.
When using a combination of the mouse and keyboard, always let go of the mouse first. Select the red triangle.
Place the cursor on the middle top selection handle. Drag the handle over to the bottom right selection handle. Use a corner handle to flip the shapes diagonally. There are two buttons located to the right of the Angle Rotation portion that are used to flip objects.
Go to the Standard Toolbar and select the Undo arrow twice. This allows you to undo one particular step or a series of step.
It is an advanced feature that you might find useful but will not be addressed in this class.
Go to the Property Bar and select the top Mirror button. Flip the red rectangle using the lower Mirror button. Using the button makes the object flip in place so sometimes you can't really see what moved. When you are ready, move on to Chapter 3. While holding the Control key your lines are constrained to degree angles. This helps you draw simple straight Freehand Tool lines. It is one of the more difficult tools to master. The third tool on the Curves Flyout acts as an calligraphy pen, a paint Artistic Media Tool brush or an image sprayer.
We will not cover this tool in this class. The fourth tool on the Curves Flyout allows you to draw curves one Pen Tool segment at a time. The fifth tool on the Curves Flyout allows you to draw connected Polyline Tool straight lines and curves one segment at a time without double clicking. The sixth tool on the Curves Flyout allows you to specify both the 3-Point Curve Tool height and width of a curve as you draw it. It works very much like the 3-point ellipse tool. You will not cover this tool in this class.
The seventh tool on the Curves Flyout creates dynamic connectors Connector Line Tool between shapes as in a flow chart.
The eighth tool on the Curves Flyout creates dimension lines for Dimension Line Tool technical and architectural drawings. Used for creating basic rectangles and squares. Squares are created Rectangle Tool when holding down the Control key as you draw. The flyout gives you the three-point rectangle tool. Used for creating basic elliptical oval shapes and circles. If you need Ellipse Tool circles, hold down the Control key while drawing.
The flyout give you the three-point ellipse tool. The Graph Paper Tool is used to create a group of identical boxes that Graph Paper Tool simulate at sheet of graph paper. When the Flyout is activated you can also select the Spiral and Polygon Tools. Drawing Rectangles 1. Go to the folder where you stored the class files and open Open 3rd. This file contains templates for drawing basic shapes.
Go to Toolbox and select the Rectangle Tool. Notice the cursor changes to indicate the tool you are using. Place the cursor in the upper-left corner of the top rectangle shape. Click and drag diagonally along the red line.
You can also draw a rectangle shape by drawing one dimension height , then the other width. Release the mouse button when finished. Drawing squares 1.
Move to the square shape. Place the cursor on the upper left corner. Don't release it until you are finished. The Control key constrains the sides of the rectangle, forcing it to become a square. Release the mouse first, then the Control key. Since the keyboard is modifying the mouse, you must release the mouse first. If you do not, you will lose the modification — in this case the constraint for creating the square.
Try redrawing the objects for practice. Drawing from the center 1. Be sure the Rectangle Tool is selected. Place the Rectangle Tool in the center of the rectangle at the cross marks. Hold down the Shift key The Shift key modifies drawing tools to draw objects from their centers. Click and drag down and to the right to create a rectangle. Snap to Grid: Snap to Guidelines: Snap to Objects: Dynamic Guide: Insert Page: Delete Page: Rename Page: Go to Page: Switch Page Orientation: Page Setup: Page Background: Clear Transformations: Align and Distribute: Break A Part: Lock or Unlock Object: Convert To Curves: Convert Outline to Object: Artistic Media: Add Perspective: Power Clip: Clear Effects: Copy Effects: Clone Effects: Convert to Bitmap: Edit Bitmap: Crop Bitmap: Trace Bitmap: Inflate Bitmap: Bitmap Color Mask: Break Link: Special Effects of Bitmap: Format Text: Edit Text: Insert Character: Fit Text to Path: Fit Text To Frame: Align To Baseline: Straighten Text: Writing Tools: Change Case: Make Text Web Compatible: Text Statistics: Show Non-Printing Character: Color Management: Save Setting As Default: Object Manager: Object Data Manager: View Manager: Link Manager: Undo Dockers: Internet Bookmark Manager: Color Style: Palette Editor: Graphics and Text Styles: Run Script: Visual Basic: You just clipped your first slide!
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