Defining Absolute Properties

Since absolute properties are automatically passed down to each of a parent's child objects, you should set them at the top-level parent object within your hierarchy. If you need to specify different properties for a particular object, you can always override the parent's properties and set new ones. By default, absolute properties are not available for child objects, but they become available when you select the Override parent option.

You can define the following absolute properties for the objects in your hierarchy:

[Note] Note

The properties in the Effects, Positioning, and Advanced Settings tabs are also absolute properties, but they are discussed in a separate section. For more information about effects, positioning, and advanced properties, refer to Managing Effects, Defining Positioning, and Managing Priority.

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