Looking at the Align Tools for the Arrange Bar in TruCUT RDWorks (Part 1)

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When it comes to the different Arrange Tools, the Align tool is made for aligning objects to each other.

The Align tool as a few things that one need to keep in mind when using it, like to order of selection which is quite important.

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How are you guys? In today's video? We're gonna be looking at the Aligned feature located on your arrange bar. And this will be for true. That already works. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mm, yeah. Mm. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c o dot Today we make short and easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, back in the programme here. Now, this is gonna be a miniseries on a range ball. As you guys can see, we've got a number of things to cover. Um, I personally don't think this year is gonna be too long, but we'll see as it goes along. So I will also leave relevant links and description. So you guys can actually, um, reference back to previous or next videos. So then, when it comes to the align feature, which will be this first part on your range bar, and if for any reason you do not see your range bar, you can simply go to your main menu on top. Good to have you and then you navigate or you find a range bar as you guys can see us as a little right mark there, so I mean that is currently active. If it does not like in the bottom here can simply just click on it and it will bring it back. So now we're the first section, like I mentioned the aligned Tools. Now it's good to keep in mind that this is relevant to your objects and not so much as the page of the design areas. This will be aligning objects to each other, so that is important to note. As you can see, this is greyed out. I cannot click it. If I select a single object just still greater, I still cannot click it. But as soon as I have multiple objects now, Sonia, I can click that. So then it was. Undo that, and another thing that's very important to note with these is your selection order. So what I mean with that is, if I want to align the these two shapes to the rectangle or the square, then I need to select that shape lost. So select the circle, then the rectangle, and then I keep the line to left and you'll see it aligns into the rectangle. If I had to reverse the order and click the rectangle first, then the sphere of the circle. It's a long two left, and they were aligned to the left of the sphere. So just to recap from those two things, that is quite important. So the first thing is that only works on multiple objects, and they are lying to each other and not to the page. And then secondly, the objects you select loss is or becomes your origin point or the object that's gonna be aligned or other objects. My policies will be aligned to that object. So now, from the options here, as you guys saw, we got a line to left or aligned to the left of whichever object is active as the origin point got a line right, George is the right of the object so that we can see here. Line left circles got a bit of a spacing there where if we had to now go align right, it will like to write them. A letter will have spacing if they're not the same size. Let's undo that, and then we have obviously aligned to top to bottom. They will do the same line to topple the line into your active object aligned to bottom will be the bottom of it, then also, the shape is bigger than it will just overlap at the bottom. Then we probably a line horizontal and align vertical so horizontal align and obviously to the centre of your active object or original objects and then vertical due to the vertical. So it's a quick way of getting your objects in the centre of each other. If you wanted to do it like so otherwise that is it on the line. Um, yeah, it's not that complicated. Just remember, it works going to objects, not your design area, and also the last object selected will become your origin object that everything else would be aligned around. So if we head here to softwaretraining.co.za Seattle, you guys will notice. We've got a variety of different software to cover, and also you can isolate research on the top of right. If you do not, however, find what you're looking forward just to hear, requests a training video and will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks guys for watching and cheers

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