[Novalug] which drawing tool?
daniel at yacg.com
Thu Jan 19 17:47:13 EST 2012
I think you misunderstand. I mean when you draw an arrow to a box and
move the box, the arrow stays connected and pointing at what you pointed
it at (like another box). Or lines that connect two other things remain
connected to the two things regardless of how you move them about.
On 01/19/2012 02:17 PM, Bonnie Dalzell wrote:
> On Thu, 19 Jan 2012, daniel wrote:
> Most of the vector graphics programs have ways that you can group
> subobjects into larger objects so that the parts stay together when
> you copy and paste them, enlarge them or change their orientations.
> You can make a number of specialized objects and save them in an
> object source page and then just open the source page at the same time
> as you have your working project open and then copy your special
> objects to use in your current project.
>> More details about the purpose of this might be needed, but based on
>> what is provided, LibreOffice draw is the clear answer.
>> On 01/18/2012 06:30 PM, Jon LaBadie wrote:
>>> If I were creating a document which included some
>>> fairly simple line drawings (boxes, arrows, etc.)
>>> which drawing tool would you suggest. The document
>>> might be displayed on a web page or in a PDF viewer.
>>> Last drawing tool I used was "pic" with troff documents :)
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