Not all the button functions are available. When a function in not available, the tile is grayed out. All these button titles are available here because I recreated the gallery dialog illustration as a vector object.
Apply This button is used to give names to objects. This function does not work as you might expect however. If you have a name associated with another object, you may choose to remove the name from the other
object using the Remove button and then Apply the name to a new selection of objects.
New... creates a new Name and applies it to all currently selected objects. Objects do not
have to be of the same type, for example objects can include QuickShapes, rectangles, colors, fonts, and bitmaps.
Select selects all objects that have any of the specified properties. For example if
you selected the color red and pressed Select, all objects on the page, text, objects, etc. containing the color red, will be selected. Select is usually used by
first selecting only the title bar, or title bars (hold down the Ctrl key to multiple select) with the desired properties, then pressing Select to select all objects with the designated properties.
Remove removes the Name from any selected objects that have all or part of that name but does not remove the object, or objects themselves, from the Name Gallery.
Changes the name of a selected Name in the gallery. For example I can rename the default name given to three selected objects "3 Selected Objects", to "Foreground Objects".
selects only the selected named objects that contain all the specified selected properties (fonts, colors, bitmaps, etc.)
Delete removes the Name from the gallery but does not remove the item from the page.
Export exports, or re-exports, a selected item. Select the object's name, not the circle to the left of the name. You can change the export properties by selecting from the Export Properties
drop down list. (See the image slicing tutorial on page 7).
Redefine can be used to remove names from all selected objects and then reapplied to selected objects only.
is the first place to look for context-sensitive help.