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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Flip an object

Select an object and click on the Flip icon Image:FlipIcon.png. You will see a dashed line through the middle of the object.

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This dashed line is the axis of symmetry. The object will be reflected about this line. Move one or both ends of the line with your mouse to set the axis.

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Then, grab any one of the eight green handles and move it across to the other side of the dashed line. The new position of the figure is shown dashed until the mouse is released.

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Image:documentation_note.png If you hold down the Shift key while moving the line, the line will rotate in 45-degree increments.

OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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