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Tutorial 4: Graphics on a Graphic Frame
Drawing Images on a Sequence
One of the advantages of using a Graphic Frame is drawing images and using the drawing tools
available within the Venus 7000 Sequence Designer. Users may also draw circles, squares, ovals,
lines, etc.
This tutorial explains how to:
1. Draw a rectangle.
2. Copy frames.
3. Select and move text.
4. Draw an ellipse.
5. Easily find and change colors within a frame.
6. Apply transition effects to a number of frames.
Upon completion of this tutorial, the sequence will look similar to the examples below:
1. Open the Sequence Designer. Open the Venus 7000 Shell; click Edit. The Sequence Designer
2. Click File > New. Click the plus sign next to 96x224 or next to the desired sign. Double-click the
Default folder. Type “Graphic Frame” in the File Name text box. Click OK.
3. Click the Text tool; click inside the frame and type “Welcome”.
Format the text as desired. Press [Ctrl] + [J], then press [Ctrl] +
[Shift] + [J].
4. Click the Rectangle Draw tool . Three small boxes appear
below the drawing tools; click the Outline option. Go to the
Color Palette; click a color to use for the outline color of the
rectangle. Click and hold the pointer in the upper-left corner of
the frame. Drag the mouse to the lower-right corner and
release. A rectangle appears on the frame.
Second Frame
Third Frame
First Frame
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