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    Default Resizing Placed Images

    Hi,

    Would someone be able to tell me please what the difference is between the two pick tools in the upper right hand palatte?

    I find that trying to resize an image with the left one crops the images, while the right pick tool does resize it but keeps an empty frame around the perimeter of the original image.

    cheers,

    Paul
    Paul_Welk@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Resizing Placed Images

    Paul, a placed graphic resides in a frame. The Selection Tool, (on the left), can be used to scale a placed graphic and its frame simutaneously by holding down Ctrl while dragging a handle. Add Shift to constrain proportions.

    The Direct Selection Tool, (on the right), can be used to select/manipulate a single object within a group, or an object within a frame, (independent of the frame).
    John Mensinger Guest

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