The Image as a while feature is great when you are importing a graphics with multiple shapes within it.
It is however good to remember to make a group of the selected graphics if you finally want to work with it.
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Yeah. Are you guys in today's video? We're gonna be looking at importing, um, as a whole. It's a feature for importing images into your image library, and this will be your true cut Party works. But before that, let's have a quick intro offers. Mhm. Mm. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z A. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have updates that kind of programme here. Now, just a quick reminder. This is a miniseries on the image library, and I will also leave relevant links and description so you guys can actually follow along now the import as a whole. This is a great feature. If let's say you've got a image you're importing or vector type shape, but it is already a design. So you've got shapes, Let's say within a shape. So then I'm just gonna remove this quick. So if we go to our image library on the file image library, you will notice here at the bottom. We've got an option under the open library. It's called image as a whole. Now we, uh, include that or who sat on and we got to import select our vector shape. And then when we import this, it is gonna take all these shapes and turn it into a single shape for us as we can see how we can. We can see the preview for some reason. I think maybe a bit small. But if I had to drag and drop this in, you will see this image important now as a whole, which is rather convenient. Or it can be convenient. Just keep in mind if you have, um, imported it and you did not deselect like I did. Once you add it to your library, it's gonna add it also as a whole. So if we go to shapes, we say, add image test. Let's try that again. Test you will see it adds it as another shape. So that is something that's good to keep in mind. Um, you can, obviously, after let's say it is the image that the actual shape you want to keep the the structure of and what you can do is Australia needs to remove this. It's not so messy. Imported it with it still being here. You just group it so we go on top year to group Click Group, and now this thing is treated as one shape. So let's say it was a smiley face or something like that, with elements within each other. Then it's very good idea to group at the Eukanuba, actually remove it, and then another thing that I've got to mention the shapes, which is quite important after we've added all our shapes. Make sure you go to at the bottom here, save live again or library. Click your shapes. Click save. Otherwise, yeah, The next time you try and load that library, it will no longer be there. So you have to re add your shapes. So I'm gonna delete this. Delete this and normally, when I'm done with libraries, okay, I can't find the name. What I'll do with these two. If I'm not sure if I made changes, I'll just in case or good measures. Save it again. Images click on shape, save library shapes safe, and then that is set up. So yeah, that's pretty much most of the things. We still have a few options here, the bottom to cover and also one or two other things which will be looking at in future videos, but for now, that covers setting up image library, shapes, library and actually adding the images and shapes to the libraries. So now, while you're working and you've got, let's say, even more unique shapes, you don't want to remake them every time you can simply just go to your library, drag and drop them in. It is really convenient working with this type of work flow. But yeah, before the other videos in the Minimal If we had 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, right? If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward. Just go here and request a training video Willingham uniform. Then we'll do our best to try and make that video for you. But otherwise thanks guys for watching and cheers
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