Although setting text attributes is quite simple, sometimes finding the right combination of font, size, style, kerning, and leading can be time-consuming. After you ve spent the better part of an hour fine-tuning text attributes to one text block, you may wish to apply the same attributes to other text in the Title window or to other text that you ve previously saved. Unfortunately, Premiere provides no way of saving text styles. To apply attributes of one text block to another, you can copy and paste type styles. Here s how: 1. To copy text attributes, use the Type tool to place the I-beam cursor in the text that displays the attributes that you wish to copy. 2. Choose Title Copy Type Style. 3. Use the Type tool to select the text to which you wish to apply the attributes. 4. To complete the attribute transfer, choose Title Paste Type Style.
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figure 29.1: This Balanced Scorecard homepage was created in Excel and published for distribution as a PowerPoint slide or Adobe PDF page. Chart titles are hyperlinks to detailed information.
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A variation of the Redo command is the Repeat command. When your last action was the Undo command, the Edit menu shows the Redo command. But if the last action you performed was not Undo, the Edit menu shows the Repeat command, which allows you to repeat your last action. You can use
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One of the more obscure uses for named anchors comes into play when you are trying to use Dreamweaver s JavaScript Behavior feature. Because JavaScript needs to work with a particular type of tag to perform onMouseOver and other events, a useful trick is to create a null link a link that doesn t actually link to anywhere. You create a null link by marking some text or an image with a link to #nowhere. You can use any name for the nonexistent named anchor. In fact, you don t even have to use a name you can just use a hash mark (#) by itself. There s one problem to note, however: Netscape browsers have a tendency to send the page to the top if a link of this type is used. Many programmers have begun to substitute an empty call to a JavaScript function instead, such as javascript:;. Dreamweaver itself now uses javascript:; instead of # when a new behavior is attached to an image.
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Reduces separation of roles between client programmers and server programmers. On large projects, speed and efficient project completion depend upon the ability of the client tier (that is, servlet/JSP) developers and the server-side EJB developers to work independently. One common dependency that can arise between teams is the availability of the complete and compiled session bean layer. Client programmers depend on the implementation of the session fa ade in order to compile and test their code, creating a terrible bottleneck between the two teams. Places optimistic concurrency recovery responsibility on clients. Often a transaction will fail due to an optimistic concurrency conflict at the application server or database level, catchable by the client as TransactionRolledBackException or TransactionRolledBackLocalException. For certain types of use cases (such as idempotent operations), it may not be necessary to propagate this error down to the end application users and ask them to retry (usually by clicking submit again on a Web form). Instead, client code should automatically reexecute the transaction. When coding directly to the EJB APIs, client code needs to explicitly catch these exections and retry the transaction, which places a large responsibility on the client developer (who may not fully understand the nature of the use case implementation, since they didn t write the EJB layer), as well as cluttering up their code. datamatrix library
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By default, the rulers measure from the top left corner of your document, but you can position the rulers origin the (0,0) point anywhere you like. To change the origin, click the origin icon that sits between the horizontal and vertical rulers in the top-left corner of the document window and drag down and to the right, as shown in Figure 2.16. As you drag you ll see the cursor change to a crosshair. Release the mouse when you ve positioned the origin where you want it. To reset the origin back to the top-left corner of the document, double-click the origin icon.
1. Select the file type from the Extensions list. 2. Click the Add (+) button above the Editors list. The Add External Editor dialog box opens. 3. Locate the application file of the editor and click Open when you re ready. You can also select a shortcut to or alias for the application. 4. If you want to select the editor as the primary editor, click Make Primary while the editor is highlighted.
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The animation timeline is a graphical representation of how animated content will appear on the slide. The timeline is also covered in 16, in the discussion about sounds and soundtracks. It is on by default in PowerPoint 2010. If you don t see it, right-click any animation event in the Animation Pane and choose Show Advanced Timeline. The timeline is useful because it can tell you the total time involved in all of the animations that you have set up, including any delays that you have built in. Figure 18-22 shows a timeline for a chart that is animated by category, in which each event is set to occur After Previous. For events that are set to On Click, the Advanced Timeline shows them to be occurring simultaneously, but this is not really true; they are just not time-sequenced with one another in the same way that events set to With Previous or After Previous are. Notice also in Figure 18-22 that the Seconds button at the bottom opens a menu from which you can Zoom In and Zoom Out on the timeline. You can also use the timeline to create delays between animations and to increase the duration of individual animations. To increase the duration of an item, you can drag the right side of the bar representing its length in the Animation pane. Drag the left side of the bar to create a delay between animations. When you drag the bar for an item that is set to After Previous, the other bars also move. However, when you drag the bar for an item that is set to With Previous, PowerPoint allows an overlap.
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