The Main Toolbar is most probably one of the most used panels in SAi FlexiSTARTER 19.
To have a good understanding of which tools are located where within the Main Tool panel is a must, it will enable you to quickly navigate from one tool to another.
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How are you guys? In today's video with a flexi startup, we'll have a quick overview of the main toolbar. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mm, So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. Guys will notice. We've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and also we uploaded daily. So just keep on eye level with new content. Otherwise, we're back in the programme. Yeah, just a reminder. This is a miniseries on the user interface for Lexi Starter, and I will leave relevant links in the description so you can follow along. Otherwise, today we'll be covering the main toolbar, which is this panel on the top left here. So most of your most common tools you'll be using will be located here to make life more convenient. So now let's start off by the top one. So this is a basic selection tool. We will, unfortunately, going to depth about what all these do just yet that will be in future videos. So, uh, but in any case, our top African years, the selection tool obviously used to select items, then if any icon has this little black arrow, then um that means under that item, if you click and hold your left mouse button, it will bring a pop up menu with more items. Now the second one is to basically select them objects within a group or so forth, and they will be the next election tools. And under that, we've got a basic text tool which, if you can see there, you press t has a shortcut. And like you see, if you're harbouring all these, I'll show you the shortcuts. Which A for selection T for Texas. And it's very useful using shortcuts in your workflow or really speed up things. But anyway, so we have a basic text tool, and under that we have a vertical text, horizontal and vertical. So if you're in a type of text very now, just a reminder with this tulle ball, any option you select, you'll see how far right there under this design central, the options will change as we change tools. So this is basically where we'll find the options for you to when you selected on the main two bar the next. Up here, we've got the paths, so we've got the busier parts here as you can see that he's just a P for short cut. You'll be using this to making most of your path. And if we click and hold, then we'll find we've got a free hand also for the past. They're going to draw a free end under that. We've got basic shapes, so we've got the rectangle. Then we click and hold. We've got a three year or circle and then we've got registration marks. Also act then under that we've got the 0.2 or select point to all this you can use to edit parts. So if you want to edit a path tool, you'll select that select on your path. And then under that we've got to the Contour cut, which we'll cover in another video. And then we have our ruler or measures to. This is great if you want to get exact measurements or your design requirements are strict when it comes to mention mints. Otherwise, yeah, that is it. It's a basic overview on our main too well, and, uh, we head here to softwaretraining.co.za. Uh, this video and more like these are available here like I mentioned before. You can see we've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover. You can also search here to isolate your search, looking for anything specific. And then if you don't find what you're looking forward, just go. Your request, a training video. And then we will make that. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.
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