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Jan 31, 2020

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I have a lot of images which I need to import in anchored frames. I want a specific scaling - say 52% on each image. I would like to create an object style, so I could click on an imported and apply an object style which would scale my image to 52%. I can do that, but I can not figure out how to avoid that a lot of other properties comes along in the setting. Like position, dimension etc. What is the best way to handle this?

 

 

 

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I think there is a twirly-thing widget in the dialog box that sets all of the properties to As Is. Then you should just be able to set the scaling and leave the rest of the properties alone.

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object styles on graphics

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I have a lot of images which I need to import in anchored frames. I want a specific scaling - say 52% on each image. I would like to create an object style, so I could click on an imported and apply an object style which would scale my image to 52%. I can do that, but I can not figure out how to avoid that a lot of other properties comes along in the setting. Like position, dimension etc. What is the best way to handle this?

 

 

 

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Correct answer by frameexpert | Adobe Community Professional

I think there is a twirly-thing widget in the dialog box that sets all of the properties to As Is. Then you should just be able to set the scaling and leave the rest of the properties alone.

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I think there is a twirly-thing widget in the dialog box that sets all of the properties to As Is. Then you should just be able to set the scaling and leave the rest of the properties alone.

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