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In this Adobe Flash CS3 tutorial, learn how to use the line tool to draw lines.
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How to Draw With the Line Tool in Flash CS3 One of the ways that you can draw in Adobe flash is by using the line tool and the line tool is over here on your tool box so go ahead and click it to select it. You’ll never sit down on my properties pane. I have the option for the line tools now. So I’m going to go ahead and change my color. I think I’ll go ahead and I will pick a black and you can also change how thick your line is going to be so if you want a slightly thicker line then go ahead and use this to change it. You can also choose a different type of line if you want. You could put custom and you can go in and it will go ahead and that will give you an actual view of the style that you are choosing. You go ahead and make this a little bit thicker I think. You could choose a different scale if you’d like and you could also do just to this stroke hinting if you’d like. So when you’re ready to use your line tool simply go up to your stage and you’ll see that you get across here with your mouse. So go ahead and you’re just going to click with your mouse and then you’re going to drag over, release your mouse and that’ going to go ahead and draw your line and you could continue to draw lines in whichever way and I’m looking for this to be a little even so I’m going to go ahead and select it and then I’m going to go move it so I have that right in the middle which you got to move it down a little bit too as someone to draw a stick person here. I’m going to draw my legs and then I’m ready. I can have my selection tool and the click some more on the stage and it would deselect. So that’s how you use the line tool in Adobe Flash.