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Tutorial - Create an Icon from a Cursor File - Axialis Software Create an Icon from a Cursor File This article provides information on the following topics: Prerequisites Tryout or Corporate/Personal Edition or or In the Recently Used zone (in the main toolbar), type the full pathname of the image file you wish to open then hit Enter. Top of Page Create an icon from this image (Corporate Edition) 3. If the file is a Static Cursor (CUR), it may contain several image formats (see list). Click on the desired format. It appears in the editor window. or If the file is an Animated Cursor (ANI), it contains several frames (see list). Click on the desired frame. It appears in the editor window. 4. Before proceeding, we recommend you to select the portion of image you whish to use to create your icon. If you leave too many transparent areas around your image, the visible part of your icon will be too small. 5. Select the portion of image: Use the selection tool (upper-left button of the tool palette) and select the portion of image you whish to use (do not cut the shadow if there is one around the object). When done, an animated dashed rectangle has been created. 9. If you wish to start creating your icon with an unlisted format, click the Other Image Format button. Top of Page Create an icon from this Cursor (Personal Edition) 3. If the file is a Static Cursor (CUR), it may contain several image formats (see list). Click on the desired format. It appears in the editor window. or If the file is an Animated Cursor (ANI), it contains several frames (see list). Click on the desired frame. It appears in the editor window. 4. Select the portion of image: Use the selection tool (upper-left button of the tool palette) and select the portion of image you whish to use (do not cut the shadow if there is one around the object). When done, an animated dashed rectangle has been created. 6. The dialog box New Icon From Image opens. In the Name group, enter the icon project name. Do not specify any extension. 7. Select the first image format you wish to add in the icon. We recommend you to add the largest image format first. 8. When done, click OK. The icon is automatically created with the image format you have selected. Top of Page make cursors Send us feedback about the site. Microsoft, Windows, Windows XP, Windows Vista are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation Adobe, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator are registered trademarks of Adobe System Incorporated Apple, AppStore, Ipod, iPhone, iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc

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