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Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Working with Panels

5/23/2013 4:46:10 AM
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Panels are windows that allow you to view, organize, and change elements and related options in a document. In Flash, you work with several panel windows at one time. Instead of continually moving, resizing, or opening and closing windows, you can collapse or expand individual panels within a window with a single click to save space. A panel appears with a header, which includes the tab titles and three accessibility options: the Minimize/Maximize button, the Close button, and an Options menu. The entire set of panels includes a double arrow you can use the collapse and expand the entire panel between icons with text and full panels. You use the Minimize/Maximize button to collapse or expand panels. The Options menu provides you with panel specific commands, including group, rename, maximize, close a panel, and use the Help system.

Open and Close a Panel

1. Click the Window menu.

2. Do one of the following:

  • Click a panel name, such as Properties, Timeline, Tools, and Library.

  • Point to a panel category, such as Other Panels, and then click a panel name.

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To close a panel, click the Close button on the panel or the tab you want.

Collapse and Expand a Panel

1. To collapse or expand an open panel, click the header bar or double-click the title tab on the header bar of the panel.

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To hide and show all panels, click the Window menu, and then click Hide Panels.

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To Auto-Collapse Icon Panels or Auto-Show Hidden Panels, right-click (Win) or option-click (Mac), and then select a command.

Collapse and Expand the Panel Set Between Icons and Panels

  • To collapse the panel set to icons with text, click the double arrow pointing right (Collapse to Icons) at the top of the panels.

  • To expand the panel set from icons with text to full panels, click the double arrow pointing left (Expand Dock) at the top of the panels.

  • To have an expanded panel icon automatically collapse or hide when you click away, right-click (Win) or control-click (Mac) a panel, and then click Auto-Collapse Icon Panels or Auto-Show Hidden Panels.

Use the Panel Options Menu

1. Open or expand a panel.

2. Click the Options button on the right side of the panel header bar.

3. Click a command from the list (commands vary). Common commands include:

  • Help. Accesses Flash Help.

  • Close. Closes the currently displayed tab in the panel.

  • Close Group. Closes all the tabs in the panel.
 
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