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ljoe
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sequences in presentation files

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12-16-2002 11:19 PM
how do i change the selection set in a sequence. what i need to do is add some more parts to a sequence so that i can have more parts animate in the sequence.
*Jones, Travis
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Re: sequences in presentation files

12-17-2002 12:57 AM in reply to: ljoe
I'm not sure I'm understanding your question about
changing the selection set in a sequence, but if you switch to Tweak View in the
presentation file (click the browser filters button at the top of the Browser)
you get a list of tweaks (sequences) in the Browser that contains a
listing of components underneath each tweak. You can drag and drop components
from the bottom of the Browser into the appropriate tweak to add
them.

 

If you're simply trying to move multiple components
when creating a tweak you can select one or more components from either the
graphics window or Browser during the tweak definition.
 


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how
do i change the selection set in a sequence. what i need to do is add some
more parts to a sequence so that i can have more parts animate in the
sequence.

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