Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of OmniGraffle 6 Essential Training.
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- Exercise Files
If you're a premium member of the lynda.com online training library, then you have access to the exercise files for this course. As you can see, I've already downloaded the exercise files and placed them on my desktop. going to open them up, just to see how they're organized. As you can see, there's a folder for each chapter. And inside the folder, there are exercise files for each movie. Not every movie has an exercise file. So, don't worry if you don't see one. Occasionally, there's some other file types, such as, an OmniGraffle stencil, or an image.
And, of course, I'll show you how to use those when we get to them. If you don't have access to the exercise files, I encourage you to follow along with your own material.
- Create your first diagram
- Getting around the interface
- Working with shapes
- Adding and modifying text
- Create custom stencils
- Replicating shapes and styles
- Customizing the toolbar
- Using templates
- Adjusting units and scale
- Import images and folder structures from Finder
- Using Presentation mode
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Navigating the Interface
2. Working with Basic Diagram Elements
3. Taking Control
4. Using Stencils
5. Time-Saving Shortcuts
6. Advanced Techniques
7. Importing and Exporting
8. OmniGraffle 6 Pro Highlights
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