When you first make and import your graphics to the library, you can set the default scale.
Once you want to export the graphics to a project, you are able to set the scale of the graphics again if a change is needed.
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All right, guys, in today's video with the image library, we're gonna be looking at how to set your exports scale for the shapes and vectors that you can export. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Yeah, mhm, Yeah, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z A. We make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, back in the programme here now, just a quick reminder. This is a miniseries on the image library, and I will also leave relevant links and descriptions. You guys can follow along now when it comes to exporting, or, um, I would almost pretended to say importing graphics to your design area. But it's called exporting. You can actually set custom scales when you import the shape, which is great. So if your original shape, let's say, was imported as this large circle, you can actually export it as a smaller circle, so you don't have to recreate it or manually come size it. So in order to do that, if we had to go yet to file and our main menu go to image library and under the image library. We'll see you at the bottom. We've got on the export options we've got here original size, and then a few options. That's great out. Now, if original size is active, if I had to take this circle, just drag and drop it in. You will see it is the size it was when we originally made it. What I can do is I can click that law origin size. I'm sorry. Original size button. Then the first option here becomes available. So now this is measured in your measurements. Uh, computer Australia, your programmes measurements. So in my case is millimetres. So this will be 100 millimetres. Um, circle. So if I had to move it here, and it's so we drag and drop this shape now with 100 millimetres throwing. Yeah, let me move it here in the corner. So you guys can just see the actual scale, as you can see there, we've got 100 millimetres, um, circle there so you can quickly change the shape. But as you might have imagined by now what this little one does lock scale. So if this is on, it will keep the vertical and horizontal size is the same. Where what I can do is move that Not the way. So what I can do actually is. Put this off. So let's say I wanted to create over. Then I maybe make the 100 or another 1 80 millimetres. Now I've had to drag and drop the same circle in you will notice it's oval, so we've got the vertical and the horizontal. So let's say you wanted to do it over other way around from 180 dragged that in, and then we've got an oval shape. So that's pretty much how you can set the scale and that of your objects that you pull right in or import. She was an export, and then, um, yeah, I personally just normally keep it on original. But these cases where you want it at the exact size and then you can quickly just hit this off, keep the lock on and type in the size you want. It's rather compete. But yeah, that concludes the export scale. If we had to head to the website softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z A. 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 training videos you're looking for, you can simply go here, request the training video, filling the uniform, and then we'll do our best to make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys for watching and cheers.