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Using the 3D object moverThe 3D object mover is a tool for managing 3D objects within libraries. It has two sides: the left side and the right side. For each side of the 3D object mover, the top of the window shows the name of the library open on that side. The pencil next to the library name shows whether you have made any changes to the library. Under each library name is a list of all the 3D objects in that library. Between the two library names is a preview of the focused 3D object on either side. You can only select 3D objects in one library at a time. The buttons going down the middle of the 3D object mover operate on whichever 3D objects are selected, on either side. Tasks: Opening the 3D object mover Making a new 3D object library Opening a 3D object library Closing a 3D object library Saving a 3D object library Selecting 3D objects Editing 3D objects Copying 3D objects from one library to another Dragging 3D objects Renaming 3D objects Duplicating 3D objects Deleting 3D objects Closing the 3D object mover See also: Undoing and redoing
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