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How Do I Get Frames in Figma?

Last updated on November 25, 2022 @ 1:55 am

Text can be styled in various ways using HTML. The < p > tag is used to define a paragraph, and the < b > tag is used to make text bold. The < u > tag can be used to underline text.

In Figma, you can add frames by selecting the Layer menu and then choosing New Frame from the menu options. You can also use the shortcut Shift + F.

When you add a frame, you’ll see a bounding box appear around the frame. This is called the frame handle. To move the frame, simply click and drag it to the desired location.

If you want to change the size of the frame, click and drag one of the handles on the sides or corners of the frame. You can also type in specific dimensions for the width and height in the Properties panel.

To add text to a frame, select the Text tool from the toolbar or press T on your keyboard. Then click inside the frame and start typing. To format the text, use the formatting options in the Properties panel or use shortcuts like Command + B (Mac) or Control + B (Windows) to make text bold.

Once you’ve added all your content to the frame, you can style it using Figma’s built-in design tools. To do this, select the frame and then choose an option from the Format menu at the top of the screen. You can also access these options by right-clicking (Windows) or Control-clicking (Mac) on the selected frame.

PRO TIP: If you are not familiar with Figma, we recommend that you do not attempt to use this guide to get frames in Figma. This guide is intended for experienced Figma users who are comfortable with the software and its interface. Attempting to use this guide without prior experience may result in frustration and/or confusion.
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