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Author Topic: Using the same Style for different Shapes.  (Read 267 times)

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Using the same Style for different Shapes.
« on: November 11, 2016, 12:13:12 PM »
There are two ways  to use a bitmap, gradients or colours you have created on another shape.

Once you have added a  bitmap to an image,  select the shape you filled, then go to Edit > copy.  Select the shape you want to fill, then  go to Edit > Paste Style into the new shape. 

The other option is add your shape with the bitmap it to the Styles panel.   To do this, select the shape, and in the Styles panel, choose Add Style From Selection from the drop-down menu.  Or right click on your shape and click on Create  style. 
Now you can add that style to any shape you wish.

Your styles will remain in the  Styles tab for use in other shapes.   You can always use that bitmap style and change the bitmap or change the colours.   

You can always delete a style from the Style panel by doing a Right-click\Delete.


 

 


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