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layers.xhp
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<variable id="layers"><link href="text/sdraw/guide/layers.xhp" name="About Layers">About Layers</link></variable>
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Layers allow you to assemble elements on a page that are related. Think of layers as individual workspaces that you can hide from view, hide from printing, or lock.
layers.xhp
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Layers do not determine the stacking order of objects on your page, except for the <emph>Controls</emph> layer which is always in front of other layers.
layers.xhp
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The stacking order of objects on your page is determined by the sequence in which you add the objects. You can rearrange the stacking order by <item type="menuitem">Shape - Arrange</item>.
layers.xhp
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The areas on a layer that do not contain objects are transparent.
layers.xhp
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$[officename] Draw provides three default layers:
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Layout
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Controls
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Dimension Lines
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You cannot delete or rename the default layers. You can add your own layers by <item type="menuitem">Insert - Layer</item>.
layers.xhp
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The <emph>Layout</emph> layer is the default workspace. The <emph>Layout</emph> layer determines the location of title, text, and object placeholders on your page.
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The <emph>Controls</emph> layer can be used for buttons that have been assigned an action, but that should not be printed. Set the layer's properties to not printable. Objects on the <emph>Controls</emph> layer are always in front of objects on other layers.
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The <emph>Dimension Lines</emph> layer is where you draw, for example, the dimension lines. By switching the layer to show or hide, you can easily switch these lines on and off.
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You can lock a layer to protect its contents, or hide a layer and its contents from view or from printing. When you add a new layer to a page, the layer is added to all of the pages in your document. However, when you add an object to a layer, it is only added to the current page. If you want the object to appear on all of the pages, add the object to the master page (<menuitem>View - Master</menuitem>).
main.xhp
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Instructions for Using $[officename] Draw
main.xhp
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<bookmark_value>Draw instructions</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>instructions; $[officename] Draw</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>Howtos for Draw</bookmark_value>
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<variable id="main"><link href="text/sdraw/guide/main.xhp" name="Instructions for Using $[officename] Draw">Instructions for Using $[officename] Draw</link></variable>
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Editing and Grouping Objects
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Editing Colors and Textures
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Editing Text
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Working with Layers
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Miscellaneous
rotate_object.xhp
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Rotating Objects
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<bookmark_value>rotating; draw objects</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>draw objects; rotating</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>pivot points of draw objects</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>skewing draw objects</bookmark_value>
rotate_object.xhp
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<variable id="rotate_object"><link href="text/sdraw/guide/rotate_object.xhp" name="Rotating Objects">Rotating Objects</link></variable>
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You can rotate an object around its default pivot point (center point) or a pivot point that you designate.
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<image id="img_id3154729" src="cmd/sc_toggleobjectrotatemode.png" width="0.564cm" height="0.564cm"><alt id="alt_id3154729">Icon</alt></image>
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Select the object you want to rotate. On the <emph>Mode</emph> toolbar in $[officename] Draw or on the <emph>Drawing</emph> bar in $[officename] Impress, click the <emph>Rotate</emph> icon.
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Move the pointer to a corner handle so that the pointer changes to a rotate symbol. Drag the handle to rotate the object.
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Hold down the Shift key to restrict the rotation to multiples of 15 degrees.
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Right-click the object to open the context menu. Choose <menuitem>Position and Size - Rotation</menuitem> to enter an exact rotation value.

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