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How to export a 3D button to the clipboard 
In some case it can be useful to export 3D button pictures on the clipboard instead of inside a file: for this purpose, on the Main menu select the Button item and then the Export to clipboard item. 
 
You will be prompted to enter the state of the button you want to export through the following dialog box; click over the image below in order to be taken to every available setting explanation: 
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Item name
Description
 
 
 
 
Button in normal state
Tells the application to export to the clipboard the button image in Normal state, i.e. the state in which your mouse is completely outside the edited button surface.
 
Button with the mouse over
Tells the application to export to the clipboard the image of the edited button that can be seen when your mouse rolls over the button surface.
 
Button pressed
Tells the application to export to the clipboard the button image in Pressed state, i.e. the state in which your mouse presses the edited button.
 
Button disabled
Tells the application to export to the clipboard the button image in Disabled state: to disable the button you must check the checkbox available immediately under the Button Preview pane.
 
"Export" button
Pressing this button will cause the application to perform the export of the selected image .
 
"Cancel" button
Closes the current dialog box.
Once you have chosen the state you want to export and you have pressed the Export button, go to the graphics application you want to export the picture to and use the Paste item that is usually in the graphical application Edit menu. (These commands are valid for English versions of Windows and may vary when using a different language). 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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