4. Selectafillstyle:
Fillstyle
Procedure
None(transparent)
SelectNofill.
Solidcolor
a.
SelectSolidfill.
b.
Dooneofthefollowing:
o
Selectoneofthe40colorsinthepalette.
o
PressMore,andthenselectacolorinthedialogbox.
o
Presstheeyedropper
,andthenselectacoloronthe
screen.
Gradientoftwocolors
a.
SelectGradientfill.
b.
Foreachcolor,dooneofthefollowing:
o
Selectoneofthe40colorsinthepalette.
o
PressMore,andthenselectacolorinthedialogbox.
o
Presstheeyedropper
,andthenselectacoloronthe
screen.
c.
SelectanoptionintheStyledrop-downlist.
Pattern
a.
SelectPatternfill.
b.
Selectapattern.
Picture
a.
SelectImagefill.
b.
PressBrowse.
c.
Browsetoandselectthepictureyouwanttouseasa
background,andthenpressOpen.
NOTE
Ifyouinsertalargepicture,adialogboxmayappearand
promptyoutoeitherreducethepicture’sfilesizeorretainthe
picture’sfilesize.Formoreinformation,seeReducingfile
sizesonpage17.
d.
SelectKeepimagesizetokeepthepicture’ssize,regardless
ofwhetherthepictureislargerorsmallerthantheobject.
OR
SelectScaleimagetofittoresizethepicturetofittheobject.
5. Optionally,dragtheObjecttransparencyslidertotherighttomaketheobjecttransparent.
TIP
Youcanalsochangeanobject’spropertiesusingthepropertyselectorsonthetoolbar.
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Tochangeanobject’sfillbyfirstpressingtheFillbutton
1.
PressFill
,andthenselectacolor.
2. Selecttheobject.
3. Repeatstep2foreachobjectyouwanttoapplythefillto.
Fillingdigitalinkdrawings
Inadditiontofillingshapes,regularpolygonsandirregularpolygons,youcanfillareasenclosedby
digitalinkusingtheFillbutton.
NOTES
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Tofillanarea,youmustencloseitwithasingledigitalinkpath.
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You’reunabletofillanenclosedareaifthatareaispartofagroup(seeGroupingobjectson
page87).
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Whenyoufillanenclosedarea,thefillbecomesaseparateobject,whichyoucanmove
awayfromtheoriginalenclosedarea.Youcanfilltheenclosedareaandmovetheresulting
fillobjectmultipletimes.
Changingotherproperties
Inadditiontofill,youcanchangeobjects’linestyleandtextstyle.
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Tochangeanobject’slinestyle
1. Selecttheobject.
2.
IfthePropertiestabisn’tvisible,pressProperties
.
3. PressLineStyle.
4. Changetheobject’slinestyle.
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Tochangeanobject’stextstyle
1. Selecttheobject.
2.
IfthePropertiestabisn’tvisible,pressProperties
.
3. PressTextStyle.
4. Changetheobject’stextstyle(seeFormattingtextonpage54).
Savingtoolsettings
Whenyouselectatoolinthetoolbar,youcanchangeitsdefaultsettingsusingthePropertiestaband
thensaveyourchangesbyclickingSaveToolProperties.
Whenyousaveyourchangestoatool’sdefaultsettings,thetool’sbuttondisplaysthosechanges:
Torestorethedefaultsettings,seeCustomizingthetoolbaronpage143.
Positioningobjects
Youcanchangethepositionofanobjectbymovingittoanotherareaoftheexistingpageorto
anotherpage.Youcanalsoalignobjectsandchangetheorderofstackedobjects.
Movingobjects
Youcanmoveobjectstoanotherpositiononthepage.Youcanalsoflickobjects.
NOTE
You’reunabletomoveanobjectifit’slockedinplace(seeLockingobjectsonpage80).
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TIP
Youcanmanipulatemultipleobjectsbyselectingthem,andthencreatingagroup(seeGrouping
objectsonpage87).
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Tomoveanobjectorobjects
1. Selecttheobjectorobjects.
2. Dragtheobjectorobjectstoanewpositiononthepage.
TIP
Youcanmoveanobjectinsmallincrementsbypressingthearrowkeysonyourkeyboard.
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TomoveanAdobe FlashPlayercompatiblefile
1. PressthecoloredbaratthetopoftheAdobe FlashPlayercompatiblefile.
2. Dragthefiletoitsnewposition.
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Toflickanobject
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Quicklyflickyourfingerinanydirection.
Movingobjectstoanotherpage
Youcanmoveobjectstoanotherpageinafile.
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Tomoveanobjectorobjectstoanotherpage
1.
IfthePageSorterisn’tvisible,pressPageSorter
.
2. Ifyoudon’tseethepagethatyouwanttomovetheobjectto,scrollinthePageSorteruntilyou
seethepage’sthumbnail.
3. Selecttheobjectorobjectsyouwanttomove.
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4. DragtheobjectorobjectsintothePageSorterabovethethumbnailofthepageyouwantto
movetheobjectsto.
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TomoveanAdobe FlashPlayercompatiblefiletoanotherpage
1.
IfthePageSorterisn’tvisible,pressPageSorter
.
2. Ifyoudon’tseethepagethatyouwanttomovetheobjectto,scrollinthePageSorteruntilyou
seethepage’sthumbnail.
3. PressthecoloredbaratthetopoftheAdobe FlashPlayercompatiblefile.
4. DragthefileintothePageSorterabovethethumbnailofthepageyouwanttomovetheobject
to.
Aligningobjects
Youcanmoveobjectstoanotherlocationonapage(seeMovingobjectsonpage77).Ifyouwant,
youcandisplayguidelinesonapagetoassistyouinaligningobjectswithotherobjects,aswellas
thepage’sverticalandhorizontalcenters.Youcanalsosetobjectstoalignautomaticallywiththese
guidelineswhenyoumovetheobjectsonapage.
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Todisplayguidelines
1. SelectFormat>Alignment.
TheAlignmentdialogboxappears.
2. Selectcheckboxestospecifywhichguidelinesyouwanttodisplay:
Checkbox
Selectthischeckboxto:
Showguidesfor
activeobjects
Displayaguidelinewhenyoumoveanobjectintoalignmentwith
anotherobject.
Showverticalpage
centerguide
Displayaguidelinewhenyoumoveanobjectintoalignmentwiththe
page’sverticalcenter.
Showhorizontal
pagecenterguide
Displayaguidelinewhenyoumoveanobjectintoalignmentwiththe
page’shorizontalcenter.
Snapobjectsto
guides
Automaticallyalignobjectstoguidelineswhenyoumovetheobjects
onapage.
3. Ifyouwanttochangethecoloroftheguidelines,pressthecoloredbartotheleftofGuide
Color,andthenselectacolor.
4. PressOK.
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Rearrangingstackedobjects
Ifobjectsoverlaponapage,youcanrearrangetheorderofthestack(thatis,youcancontrolwhich
objectsappearinfrontofothers).
NOTE
You’reunabletomoveanobjectinthestackifit’slockedinplace(seeLockingobjectsbelow).
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Tomoveanobjecttothefrontofthestack
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Presstheobject’smenuarrow,andthenselectOrder>BringtoFront.
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Tomoveanobjecttothebackofthestack
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Presstheobject’smenuarrow,andthenselectOrder>SendtoBack.
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Tomoveanobjectoneplaceforwardinthestack
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Presstheobject’smenuarrow,andthenselectOrder>BringForward.
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Tomoveanobjectoneplacebackwardinthestack
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Selecttheobject’smenuarrow,andthenselectOrder>SendBackward.
Lockingobjects
Youcanlockanobjecttopreventitsmodification,movementorrotation.Alternatively,youcanlock
anobjectbutallowitsmovementoritsmovementandrotation.
Youcanremovethislockatanytime.
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Tolockanobject
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Presstheobject’smenuarrow,andthenselectLocking>LockinPlace.
You’reunabletomove,rotateormodifytheobjectuntilyouunlockit.
NOTE
Ifyoupressalockedobject,alockicon
appearsinsteadofamenuarrow.
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Tolockanobjectbutallowitsmovement
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Presstheobject’smenuarrow,andthenselectLocking>AllowMove.
Youcanmovetheobjectbutyou’reunabletorotateormodifyituntilyouunlockit.
NOTE
Ifyoupressalockedobject,alockicon
appearsinsteadofamenuarrow.
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Tolockanobjectbutallowitsmovementandrotation
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Presstheobject’smenuarrow,andthenselectLocking>AllowMoveandRotate.
Youcanmoveandrotatetheobjectbutyou’reunabletomodifyituntilyouunlockit.
NOTE
Ifyoupressalockedobject,alockicon
appearsinsteadofamenuarrow.
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Tounlockanobject
1. Selecttheobject.
2.
Presstheobject’slockicon
,andthenselectUnlock.
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Cutting,copyingandpastingobjects
Youcancut,copyandpasteobjects,includingtext,pictures,straightlines,arcsandshapesina
.notebookfile.
TIPS
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YoucanpastetextfromotherprogramsintoSMART Notebooksoftwareandcuttextfrom
SMART Notebooksoftwareandpasteitintootherprograms(seeCutting,copyingand
pastingcontentfromotherprogramsonpage102andCuttingorcopyingtextonpage57).
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Youcancreateanexactcopyofanobjectbycloningit(seeCloningobjectsbelow).
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Tocutandpasteanobject
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Presstheobject’smenuarrow,andthenselectCut.
3. Ifyouwanttopastetheobjectontoadifferentpage,displaythatpage.
4.
PressPaste
.
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Tocopyandpasteanobject
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Presstheobject’smenuarrow,andthenselectCopy.
3. Ifyouwanttopastetheitemontoadifferentpage,displaythatpage.
4.
PressPaste
.
Cloningobjects
YoucancreateaduplicateofanobjectbyusingtheClonecommand,oryoucancreatemultiple
copiesofanobjectusingtheInfiniteClonercommand.
NOTE
Youcanalsocopyandpasteobjects,includingtext,images,straightlines,arcsandshapes(see
Cutting,copyingandpastingobjectsabove).
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Tocloneanobject
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Presstheobject’smenuarrow,andthenselectClone.
Aduplicateobjectappearsonthepage.
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TocloneanobjectusingtheInfiniteCloner
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Presstheobject’smenuarrow,andthenselectInfiniteCloner.
3. Selecttheobjectagain.
Aninfinitysymbolappearsinsteadoftheobject’smenuarrow.
4. Dragtheobjecttoanotherpositiononthepage.
5. Repeatstep4asmanytimesasyouwant.
6. Whenyoufinishcloningtheobject,selecttheoriginalobject.
7. Presstheinfinitysymbol,andthencleartheselectionofInfiniteCloner.
Resizingobjects
Youcanresizeobjectsonapagebyusingtheresizehandleorthescalinggesture(ifyourinteractive
productsupportsmultitouchgestures).
NOTE
You’reunabletoresizeanobjectifit’slockedinplace(seeLockingobjectsonpage80).
Usingtheresizehandle
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Toresizeanobject
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Presstheobject’sresizehandle(thegraycircle),andthendragittoincreaseorreducethe
object’ssize.
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Toresizemultipleobjects
1. Grouptheobjects(seeGroupingobjectsonpage87),andthenselectthegroup.
Aselectionrectangleappearsaroundthegroup.
2. Presstheresizehandleinthelower-rightcorneroftheselectionrectangle.
3. Dragtheresizehandletoincreaseorreducethesizeoftheobjects.
Usingthescalinggesture
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Toresizeanobjectfromitscenter
1. Selecttheobject.
2. Usingonefingeroneachhand,pressthescreenatoppositeendsoftheobject.
3. Dragyourfingersinoppositedirectionstoincreasetheobject’ssize.
OR
Dragyourfingerstowardeachothertodecreasetheobject’ssize.
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