Importing Vector Graphics Flash

Vector graphics from other applications can be easily imported into Flash. These graphics are imported as groups, as illustrated in Figure below and can be used just like a normal group drawn in Flash. Most vector graphics are imported as grouped items. FreeHand vectors may be imported as a flattened group or as discrete, aligned, layers. The lovely, craftsman inspired logo shown below is from Nik Scramm’s.

Most vector graphics are imported as grouped items.

Most vector graphics are imported as grouped items.

Importing a vector file into Flash
To import a vector file into Flash, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure that there’s an active, unlocked layer. If no layer is available for placement of the imported item, the Import command will be dimmed and you won’t be able to import anything.
  2. Select File➪Import (Ctrl+R/Command+R).
  3. The Import dialog opens, as shown at the left of Figure below. Navigate to the file that you’d like to import, and then select it and click the Open button. If it’s a FreeHand file, then as shown at the right below the FreeHand Import dialog opens.
  4. Use the Import dialog to navigate to the file that you’d like to import. FreeHand files receive special care upon import.

    Importing a vector file into Flash



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