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These are the Paragraph properties: Align Left, Align Center, Align Right, Align Justify: These buttons in the Format area only make practical sense when applied to fixed-width text fields. In cases where your words wrap, this determines how they do it. Align Left means the left edge of your lines of text will be even. Align Center means your lines will be centered inside the text field. Align Right means the right edge will be even. Align Justify means both the left and right edges will be even. The four justification buttons to the right let you determine how the last line or word of a paragraph will be justified. Different alignments may be applied to each line of text in a text field. Margins: Scrub across these values, and you can add space to the right and the left of a text block.
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Indent: Select the first line of a text block and scrub across the indent value, and the selection will move inward (positive values) or outward (negative values). Spacing: Scrub across the spacing values to add spacing between paragraphs to the top or bottom line of the paragraph. This adds space between paragraphs to make the text look less cramped. Text Justify: Your two choices are word and letter spacing if text is to be justified. Letter spacing spreads all the letters out across the text block. Word spacing adds the space between the words. Both are dangerous choices, and our advice is to apply text justification with care and to keep the added spacing between words or letters to a minimum.
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If any one aspect of text management in Flash hits the proverbial sweet spot, this just may be it. This feature of the Text Layout Framework allows you to create multicolumn text and flow text between the columns. The really neat thing is you can create your own columns or break a single text box into multiple columns. Here s how:
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1. Open the Containers.fla document in your 6 Exercise folder. When it opens, you
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will see a text block containing the first three paragraphs that opened this chapter.
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2. Select the Selection tool, click the text block to select it, and, in the Properties panel, twirl
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down the Container and Flow options, as shown in Figure 6-20.
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Figure 6-20. A single block of text is about to become a single block of multicolumn text.
3. Open the Behavior drop-down. The three choices Single
Line, Multiline, and Multiline no break determine how the text will flow within the text box. Select each one, and see what it does. When you finish, make sure you have Multiline selected.
4. Double-click the hot text in the Columns category, and enter 2. Press the Enter key, and the
text is now in two columns. Notice, too, that the Gutter Width now sports a value of 20 pixels. This value is the space between the columns.
5. Click the Link icon in the Padding area to apply the changes uniformly. Scrub across the Left
padding hot text to see how padding affects the flow of the text in the columns.
6. Click the Stroke and Fill color chips, and select different colors. A stroke color is added to the
edge of the text box, and you can scrub across the hot text to make the stroke thicker or thinner. The fill choice fills the text box or container. Set both the Stroke and Fill colors to None.
7. The final area is 1st Line Offset, and the drop-down menu offers you a variety of choices
ranging from manually setting a value to letting the software handle the duties for you. If you select pt from the drop-down menu and scrub across the hot text, you will see the top line of each column move down. This should tell you this feature lets you set the distance between the top edge of the container and the text. When you finish, select Auto from the drop-down.
8. Select File Revert to revert to the original one-column version of this file.
Now that you have had a chance to try this new feature, let s explore another, even cooler aspect of working with columns in Flash. If you are familiar with InDesign or even QuarkXPress, you are quite aware of how multicolumn text is created. You draw out the text boxes, add some text, and then link them together. When you do this, all of the text in that first column flows into the other linked columns. This is exactly how it now works in Flash. Let s give it a try:
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