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Chapter 4. Working with Objects > Using the Control Palette for Objects

Using the Control Palette for Objects

The Control palette is context sensitive. This means it displays different commands depending on the number of objects or if the objects are grouped or pasted-in.

To use the Control palette with a single object:

  • Select a single object. The Control palette displays the basic Transform palette and stroke options . (See Chapter 6, “Styling Objects,” for more information on working with strokes.)

    The Control palette displays the basic Transform (top and middle) and Stroke palette options (bottom) when a single object is selected.

To use the Control palette with multiple objects:

  • Select multiple objects. The Control palette displays icons for the basic Align palette options in addition to the Transform palette options .

    The Control palette adds the basic Align palette options when multiple objects are selected.

To use the Control palette with grouped or pasted-in objects:

  • Select a grouped or a pasted-in object. The Control palette displays the icons for the Select commands in addition to the Transform palette options .

    The Control palette adds the Select Object options when groups or containers or content objects are selected.

    Tip

    These Select commands can also be used with placed images (see Chapter 8, “Imported Graphics”).


    Tip

    The Control palette also displays the Fitting commands (covered on page 207).


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