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Default Button Style in DVD Studio Pro

When you are working on authoring a project with DVD Studio Pro, it is often a big help to set a default button style. A popular default would be to set your buttons up to have the text appear in the center of the button rather than the DVD Studio Pro default of below the button. To accomplish this all you have to do is set up your button the way you want it and then right click on the button, and select set as button default style. Now every time you left click and drag to create a button it will use the parameters you have assigned to your default button style. At the beginning of every DVDSP project if you know what the most common, or only button in your project is going to be, and set it as the default, it will certainly speed up your work flow.


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You also may want to save each button as either a custom or project button style, so that it can be referred to thru the palette. You would want to do this if you were going to use the button style in future projects or if you were going to be changing button styles frequently within the same project.


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