When it comes to the Copy Paste feature located within the Page Settings there are two options.
From these two option you are able to have a more freestyle type approach, and then also the more precise method.
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Hi guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at your copy paste settings located underneath your page sex. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mhm. Mm, yeah, So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z A. We make sure to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, back on the programme here. Now, just a quick reminder. This is a miniseries on the page settings, and I will leave relevant links and description so you guys can actually follow along now in today's video. Like I mentioned, we're gonna be looking at the copy paste settings, and this will be how your objects and that react when you use copy and paste within your programme. Now, I presume you guys know how to really copy and paste. For those who don't, you can simply use control c on your keyboard plus control V and also yeah, you can go through your menus at all, but I'm just gonna show that method for now. We had to currently go control C control V. You'll see it makes a paste exactly where my my cursor was. If I know I already have it copied. If I want to base it on the side, I based it there and then exactly where the mouse is. That is where I will add that little X, and you can just simply add it in like that. Now we can change the way that works, and in most programmes it's not that relevant. But I would say in this programme, saying that you cannot make duplicates and, uh, you cannot really snap in many ways your movement or you can, but it's a bit of a slip. If you wanna snap it, you go to the previous video and you see under the keyboard so the movie distance that you can snap it. But most programmes have keys you can use to bound a movement by snapping it. And the reason why I say this method is not always that useful because let's say I'm gonna make a duplicate of it and what exactly next to it. Now I copy Paste that even if I try my best and I have to manually first could try to line this up and then move it, which can be a bit of a break your workflow a bit. So now if you want to alternative that you can go to configure on top page settings and then you're under copy and paste. We've got this weird gibberish words which I actually now know what that does. I didn't at first and then we've got copy offset. So if we leave these values just at zero now, it will happen. If so, I copy this and paste it. I'll put my mouth wherever I want. It will actually make a copy of it exactly on my previous shape. This is handy, but it can also be rather dangerous, not dangerous. But like I'm, you could be making copies of the same thing and have it cut twice without knowing it, because it's exactly on each other. My apologies. So for that, what you could do, you could put a slight offset. Yes, and maybe you put a one or two offset. Now I just did it on the exit horizontal, and I got a copy and paste, and you can see there's a slight offset, so it's clear they're not that clear. But depending on the officer, you may obviously like that, and then it's kind of clear that there is a duplicate so that I'm setting is quite convenient if you need very accurate alignment, and then you can consider that. So once it gets on the config, page settings and copy and paste to the top one will paste basically wherever your mouse curses and the bottom one will copy on the object with or on the copied object with offset that you've entered. But yeah, otherwise, we head here to softwaretraining.co.za c o dot You guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares will recover, and also you can isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the video you're looking forward. Just go here, request a training video, fill in the many form, and then we'll do our best to make that video for you. But otherwise thanks guys for watching and cheers
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