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Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Using the Main Toolbar, Resizing Panels

5/9/2013 7:55:36 PM
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1. Using the Main Toolbar

If you use Windows, you can display and use the Main toolbar above the Document menu window to quickly access common document and object-related commands, such as New, Open, Save, Print, Cut, Copy, Paste, Redo, Undo, Snap To Objects, Smooth, Straighten, Rotate And Skew, Scale, and Align. When you’re finished working with the Main toolbar, you can hide it to create more workspace.

Show and Hide the Main Toolbar in Windows

  • To display the Main toolbar, click the Window menu, point to Toolbars, and then click Main to select the check mark.

  • To hide the Main toolbar, click the Window menu, point to Toolbars, and then click Main to deselect the check mark.

    Did You Know?

    You can use Undo and Redo commands on the menu bar. The Undo and Redo commands on the Edit menu undo (returns you to a previous point) and redo (re-performs commands you undid) actions you’ve taken in a document. The names of the Undo and Redo commands change to reflect the current action.

    Flash supports 100 undo and redo levels.
    To change the number of undo levels, click the Edit (Win) or Flash (Mac) menu, click the General tab, specify a number in the Undo Levels box, and then click OK. The lower the number of levels, the less amount of memory the program needs to run.

2. Resizing Panels

If you need more workspace, you can use the double-arrow button (at the top of a panel group) to quickly minimize a panel group, such as the Tools panel or Property Inspector. When you click the double-arrow button, the panel group collapses to icons, which increases the size of the workspace. You can click the icons to display the panel. When you click the double-arrow button again, the panel group reopens. If you need to increase or decrease the size of a docking panel, you can drag the resize bar at the top-left side of the panel group to resize it as you would any window.

Minimize and Maximize Panels

1. To minimize or maximize a docking channel, click the Double-arrow button at the top of the panel group.



The double-arrow direction indicates whether the panel minimizes or maximizes.




For example, if the double-arrow points to the left of the Tools panel that means when you click it the Tools panel minimizes. If the double-arrow points to the right that means when you click it the Tools panel maximizes.
 
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