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Kith and Kin Pro can store multimedia OLE objects associated with a particular person or family. The objects are intended to be used for multimedia such as videos, sounds, etc which cannot be printed.
The Objects form displays a list of the objects currently associated with this person or family at the top of the form. Click on a description of the object in the list and the object will appear as an icon.
When you make any changes to the data, the data form will become highlighted using the "Dialog editing indicator" colour. This indicates that the data is currently being edited and has not yet been saved to the database. Click on the Accept edit button to save the new data to the database, or the Cancel edit button to cancel any changes made.
Adding a new object:
First click on the Add new object button to create a new record to store the object in.
Enter a Description of the object.
To add an object to the record, see "Acquiring an object" below.
Click on the OK button to save the object to the database.
Editing an existing object:
To edit the data for an existing object or to change the object, first select the object you want to change in the list at the top of the data form. The current data and object will appear in the boxes below the list. Modify the data and/or object and/or acquire a new object (see below) and click on the Accept edit button.
Deleting an object:
Delete an object by selecting the required object in the list at the top of the data form and then clicking on the Delete button.
Acquiring an object:
Pasting an object from the clipboard:
If you have copied an object from another program onto the clipboard, paste it into the current record by clicking on the Paste button or using Paste in the thumbnail pop-up menu. Pasting the object in this way embeds the object in the database. If you want to link the object use Paste special in the pop-up menu.
Inserting a new object:
Use Insert from the pop-up menu. This gives you several options to define the way the object is stored and displayed.
Playing an object:
Select the required object in the list at the top of the data form and then double-click on the object or on its description in the list to play it. Playing is usually the default action of a multi-media object but some objects may have different default actions.
To see a list of the actions available, right-click on the object to display the pop-up menu.
Sorting the objects:
You can move the objects around in the list to get the order you want, simply by dragging entries up and down the list with the left mouse button. When you start to drag an entry, a black line will appear indicating where the object will be placed. Release the mouse button when the line is in the position you want.
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