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1 – Source panel tabs let you access contacts, photos or clipart images.
2 – Toolbar.
3 – Source panel. Here you can find contacts, photos or clipart for use in your document. The panel content depends on the selected tab (1).
4 – Search field. Use it to search contacts or images by their names or keywords.
5 – Sort tool. This tool lets you change the order of contacts in the Source panel sorting them by the selected data field.
6 – Handle of the Source panel. Drag it to extend or close the panel.
7 – Foreground and Background tabs open the corresponding document layers.
8 – Selector of the front or back card side.
9 – Design canvas. This is the area where you preview and edit your documents.
10 – Zoom control.
The design canvas has two layers: the Foreground and the Background. To choose the active layer, click on that layer tab at the bottom of the design canvas (7). When you’re working with one layer, you can’t select or modify objects in the other layer, though you can normally see them.
1 – Show or Hide the Source panel.
2 – Contacts tab – allows to choose a data base to import contacts or other information. Here, you can also choose an internal data base.
3 – Pictures tab – allows to access your iPhoto, Photos or Aperture library, or a custom folder with pictures.
4 – Clipart tab – allows to access the built-in image collection.
1 – Selection tool. Use it to select and move objects.
2 – Text tool. Use it for adding text fields.
3 – Rectangle tool. Use it to draw rectangles and squares.
4 – Line tool. Use it to draw lines.
Clicking once on the Text, Rectangle or Line tool, you can add one object before the Selection tool reactivates. To add multiple objects, double-click the tool. In this case, the tool remains active until you select another tool.
5 and 6 – Canvas zoom controls.
7 – Insert Address Panel button. Click it to insert an address panel which can be populated with contact details.
8 – Insert Data Field button. Click it to insert a data field which can be populated with contact details.
9 – Insert Barcode button. Click it to insert a barcode.
10 – Open or close the Inspector window.
11 – Open or close the Colors panel.
12 – Open or close the Font panel.
13 – Insert a map (the Internet connection is required).
14 – Insert Art Text. Click it to activate the Art Text application (installed separately) to create art text objects (textual graphics, icons and logos).
15 – Print the current document.
To customize the toolbar buttons, choose View > Customize Toolbar from the menu bar.