Align Submenu

The Align Submenu contains options for aligning selected figures within a drawing. When this submenu is selected within the Selection Menu, the options shown below will appear.

Click or Tap on the corresponding Alignment Submenu item name to learn more about what the option does.

Option Name Description
Align To Grid The Align To Grid option aligns figures with the grid. This menu item is enabled when two or more unlocked figures are selected in the drawing canvas.
Align Top The Align Top option moves all currently selected figures to match the top (Y position) of the first selected figure. This menu item is enabled when two or more unlocked figures are selected in the drawing canvas.
Align Vertical Center The Align Vertical Center option moves all currently selected figures to match the vertical center (Y position + 1/2 of the height of all figures) of the first selected figure. This menu item is enabled when two or more unlocked figures are selected in the drawing canvas.
Align Bottom The Align Bottom option moves all currently selected figures to match the the bottom (Y position + Height) of the first selected figure. This menu item is enabled when two or more unlocked figures are selected in the drawing canvas.
Align Left The Align Left option moves all currently selected figures to match the left (X position) of the first selected figure. This menu item is enabled when two or more unlocked figures are selected in the drawing canvas.
Align Horizontal Center The Align Horizontal Center option moves all currently selected figures to match the horizontal center (X position + 1/2 of the width) of the first selected figure. This menu item is enabled when two or more unlocked figures are selected in the drawing canvas.
Align Right The Align Right option moves all currently selected figures to match the right (X position + Width) of the first selected figure. This menu item is enabled when two or more unlocked figures are selected in the drawing canvas.

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