To rename a drawing, you need to select the drawing cell and use the Rename Drawing command.
|1.||In the Xsheet view, select the drawing to rename.|
|2.||Do one of the following:|
|‣||Select Drawing > Rename Drawing.|
In the Xsheet View toolbar, click the Rename Drawing button (you may have to customize the toolbar to display it).
|‣||Press Ctrl + D (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ + D (Mac OS X).|
The Rename Drawing dialog box opens.
|3.||In the New Name field, type in the new drawing name.|
You can rename a drawing sequence with a prefix, which can be quite useful for cut-out puppet breakdown and deformation animation.
|1.||In the Xsheet view, select your drawing sequence. Note that you can only select a drawing range in one column or layer at the time.|
|2.||Right-click and select Drawings > Rename Drawing with Prefix.|
The Rename Drawing with Prefix dialog box opens.
|3.||In the Prefix to Add field, type the prefix to add before the drawing name.|
You can rename a series of drawings relative to their frame position. This is useful in hand-drawn animation.
|1.||In the Xsheet view, select the drawing sequence to be renamed.|