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Lesson 9: How to use the Selection tool in Flash CS3 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Saturday, 31 March 2012 05:09

Lesson 9: How to use the Selection tool  in Flash CS3

Lesson 9: How to use the Selection tool  in Flash CS3 - In this lesson, I will help you to  use several techniques to select objects in Flash. To work with objects you draw or place on the Flash Stage, whether you want to edit or reposition the objects, you must first select them. The more lines and shapes you place on the Stage, the trickier it is to select only the ones you want.

A. Watch it! Learn it

B. Read it and do it
You can use the Selection tool, also called the Pointer or Arrow tool, to quickly select any single object, such as a line segment or fill. To select several objects, you can click and drag a marquee around the items.


1. CLICK TO SELECT OBJECTS

Step 1: - Click the Selection tool (    ).
Step 2: - Move  Selection tool  over the object you want to
select, and then click. You can select a fill and its surrounding line border by double-clicking the fill.

Selected objects appear highlighted with a pattern. After selecting an object, you can edit the object.
Note: When working with multiple layers, click the layer containing the object you want to select, and then click the object.

2. SELECT BY DRAGGING


Step 1: - Click   Selection tool .
Step 2: - Click and drag a square selection box around the object you want to select.
Note: When working with multiple layers, click the layer containing the object you want to select, and then click the object.
Step 3: - Release the mouse button. Flash selects everything inside the selection box.

3. How do I select multiple objects?
Hold down the  Shift key while clicking objects when you want to select more than one at a time. For
example, if a line is composed of several segments, you can select all of them for editing. Click Selection tool, and then and hold the  Shift key and click each line segment you want to select.

4. How do I select everything on the Stage?

You can use the Select All command to apply global edits to all the objects on the Stage. You can also use the Select All command to select and delete everything on the stage at one time. To activate the command, click Edit and then Select All. You can also press     Ctrlt +  A

C. Down it and fix it!

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Good luck to you!

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