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Author: Michael Howard | Website: http://www.mchl.co.uk



Using the circle tool draw a circle (hold down shift and drag) select the fill
within the circle and delete it. Select the circle and convert it to a graphic
symbol (F8) Name the symbol 'C1'. Centre the symbol on the stage with the
align tool (Ctrl+K).Copy the circle (Ctrl-C) and paste it in place (Ctrl+Shift-V).
Use the transform palette (Ctrl+Alt-I) to reduce the circle's size by 5 percent.

Paste in place (Ctrl+Shift-V) again and transform the size by typing 90
percent in the transform palette and press enter. Keep pasting in place
and reducing the circle by percentages until you get to 5 percent.

Select all the circles (Ctrl-A) and convert them to a graphic symbol (F8)
Name the symbol 'circles'.

» Level Intermediate

Added: 2001-08-22
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