Re: How to put a new object to become a background object?

Takashi Yoshino yoshino at sys.wakayama-u.ac.jp
Wed Nov 16 03:42:46 EST 2011


Thank you!

It works well.

I'm sorry for a very beginner's question…

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Takashi Yoshino 
http://www.wakayama-u.ac.jp/~yoshino/lab/

On 2011/11/15, at 21:20, Mark Schonewille wrote:

> Hi Yoshino,
> 
> Select the group, choose Edit Group from the Object menu, add your object and select Stop Editing Group from the Objects object. Usually, I find it convenient to stop editing the group before I continue to edit the new object.
> 
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> On 15 nov 2011, at 13:14, 吉野 孝 wrote:
> 
>> Hi,
>> 
>> How to put a new object to become a background object?
>> 
>> I make 20 cards with one background (grouped) object.
>> Then, I want to add a new object to become a background object?
>> 
>> I should delete 19 cards and re-copy 19 cards?
> 
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