December 28, 2009

Just looking at the name of today’s macro, GDG SSSS, is quite confusing. When you realize that each S stands for something, it makes a bit more sense. First is Stripe It and it creates a series of stripes. You specify the number, width, spacing and more. Next up is Split It which divides a curve into equal segments. After that comes Space It for spacing a series of objects. Last is Size It where you can size various objects based on the height or width or other objects. More details are found in the screen shots provided on the product page. Check them out and see if this macro would be useful to you.

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