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I use too crop pics in F9 by cut and paste inside the box. Now when I move the box, the pic remains behind. Any ideas how to paste inside the box and group it, so that it all moves together. Also, where is the cropping tool....

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    I use too crop pics in F9 by cut and paste inside the box. Now when I move the
    box, the pic remains behind. Any ideas how to paste inside the box and group
    it, so that it all moves together.

    Also, where is the cropping tool.

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    harijuko Guest

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    Default Re: cropping pictures

    Hi there harijuko!

    There is a TechNote about this specific issue your experiencing. Let me know
    if this is not what your looking for.

    [url]http://www.macromedia.com/support/freehand/ts/doents/tn3623.html[/url]

    Thanks,
    Alan Musselman
    Macromedia Technical Support

    "harijuko" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:cg5b0m$kub$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > I use too crop pics in F9 by cut and paste inside the box. Now when I move
    the
    > box, the pic remains behind. Any ideas how to paste inside the box and
    group
    > it, so that it all moves together.
    >
    > Also, where is the cropping tool.
    >

    Alan Musselman Guest

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    Default Re: cropping pictures

    To move contents of a clipping path with the path, select clipping path,
    open the Transform/Move panel and check the 'contents' checkbox.

    Letter C invokes the crop tool. The icon can be found in Toolbars >
    Customize > Tool/Commands.

    Judy Arndt


    harijuko wrote:
    > I use too crop pics in F9 by cut and paste inside the box. Now when I move the
    > box, the pic remains behind. Any ideas how to paste inside the box and group
    > it, so that it all moves together.
    >
    > Also, where is the cropping tool.
    >
    Judy Arndt Guest

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    Go Judy!

    You beat me to it. hehee.

    :-)

    Alan



    "Judy Arndt" <jarndtshawbiz.ca> wrote in message
    news:BD4B9BF9.2190E%jarndtshawbiz.ca...
    > To move contents of a clipping path with the path, select clipping path,
    > open the Transform/Move panel and check the 'contents' checkbox.
    >
    > Letter C invokes the crop tool. The icon can be found in Toolbars >
    > Customize > Tool/Commands.
    >
    > Judy Arndt
    >
    >
    > harijuko wrote:
    >
    > > I use too crop pics in F9 by cut and paste inside the box. Now when I
    move the
    > > box, the pic remains behind. Any ideas how to paste inside the box and
    group
    > > it, so that it all moves together.
    > >
    > > Also, where is the cropping tool.
    > >
    >

    Alan Musselman Guest

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    In article <cg5f8p$p66$1forums.macromedia.com>,
    "Alan Musselman" <supportmacromedia.com> wrote:
    > Go Judy!
    >
    > You beat me to it. hehee.
    Didn't you know... Judy is "The One"!

    --
    Cheers Martin
    Martin Sammtleben Guest

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    Cheers, Thanks.

    Harijuko
    harijuko Guest

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    i hope my question fits this category.

    how do you crop pictures with rounded corners? i heard with freehand you can do it in an instant but cant figure out how to.

    thanks in advance! <3


    lolastars Guest

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    Default Re: cropping pictures

    Import and size the picture you want to crop.
    Draw the round-cornered rectangle you want to use for a clipping path and
    place it over the picture in the desired position.
    Select the picture and go Edit > Cut.
    Select the clipping path and go Edit > Paste Inside.

    Bill Schuhle


    "lolastars" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:cgf3hc$1n8$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > i hope my question fits this category.
    >
    > how do you crop pictures with rounded corners? i heard with freehand you
    can do it in an instant but cant figure out how to.
    >
    > thanks in advance! <3
    >
    >

    Bill Schuhle Guest

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    Default Re: cropping pictures

    thanks! :)
    lolastars Guest

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    Default Re: cropping pictures

    You can also draw a rounded corner rectangle in desired loc., make stroke white and make the line 6 or 8 points: viola.
    Dirk9000 Guest

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