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April 13, 2010

gypsy Tips - Setting the cursor for layering or adding other shapes at the same height

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Select the image and then going to keypad layout and adding the images will  automatically group and layer them for you (as long as real dial size is off). Then you can ungroup after coming back to the mat.
This method is very useful for layering and shadowing  or even want all images at a particular height , when you decide to come back the 2nd time after  forgetting  to layer or shadow the first time


TR said...

This sounds easy enough.
Now if I just remember it!

Sandi Clarkson said...

I'll have to give that a try. Nothing more irritating that having to set those measurements again.

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