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Changing object properties
You can rename an object and change its properties. When you create an object, it is given a default name, such as Object 2. If you have not specified settings, the default settings are applied to the object. In some programs, object properties are also known as layer options.
You can change the opacity of an object, choose a merge mode, and modify the way an object blends with underlying objects or with the background image. For more information about merge modes, see “Understanding merge modes.”
By changing object properties, you can also turn an object into a clickable area of an image map for the World Wide Web. For more information, see “Creating image maps.”
To change the properties of an object