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Step 8: Attaching the graphic

Double check the Snap feature is turned on. Drag the graphic over to the start of the path. If you want your object to go from left to right, then drag it over to the left part of your guide.

You should see a small circle appear as you drag the object. This is the part that will snap to the guide. Sometimes you'll drag your object and the Snap circle won't appear. Just release and drag again. As you get close to the guide, you'll see the object snap into place.

Attaching the graphic

Step 9: Adjusting the Graphic

  1. Now go to Keyframe 30 where you inserted the other keyframe. This time, move your object to the other end of the motion path. Make sure it snaps to the guide.
  2. At this point, you have created the starting point and the ending point (just like in normal motion Tweening)
  3. Click anywhere on the Shuttle layer between Keyframe 1 and 30 and on the Frames Panel, select "Motion" for the Tweening option
Adjusting the Graphic

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