#529 – Using the the Paint Bucket Tool to Copy Attributes

The Paint Bucket tool works in a similar manner in Blend to the Eyedropper tool, in letting you copy attributes from one object to another.  They only differ in whether you are clicking an object that you want to copy attributes from vs. clicking an object that you want to copy attributes to.

To use the Eyedropper tool:

  • Select the object that you want to change
  • Select the Eyedropper tool
  • Click on an object from which you want to copy attributes

To use the Paint Bucket tool:

  • Select the object that you want to copy attributes from
  • Select the Paint Bucket tool
  • Click on one or more objects to which you want to copy attributes

The Paint Bucket allows copying attributes from a single object to a number of other objects.

About Sean
Software developer in the Twin Cities area, passionate about .NET technologies. Equally passionate about my own personal projects related to family history and preservation of family stories and photos.

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