Use the move buttons (the arrows shown in Figure 15-14) to adjust the position of the drawing on the canvas, or to move a region within the canvas. To move a selected region, click SELECT on one of the left, right, up, or down arrow buttons to move the region one pixel in the designated direction. If no region is selected, the entire drawing is moved.
If you move or rotate part of the image off the canvas, the pixels are cropped from the image and are not restored when you move the image in the opposite direction. Use the Undo item on the Edit menu to restore the image.
To move a region:
Choose Region from the Mode choices.
Region is the last item on the top row of the Mode choices.
Move the pointer to the corner of the region you want to move and press SELECT.
Drag the pointer to define the region and release SELECT.
Click SELECT on one of the arrow buttons to move the region one pixel in the designated direction.
You can repeat this operation as often as you like.
The fifth and sixth buttons shown in Figure 15-14 flip the selected region from left to right or top to bottom. If no region is selected, the entire image on the canvas is flipped. The right two buttons shown in Figure 15-14 rotate the region or the image 90 degrees in the direction of the arrow.