The Objects palette contains all the draggable objects that you use to create content for your web pages and documents. The Objects palette is separated into 11 sections or categories, as shown in Figure 34.3. Each section contains objects for a specific purpose. For example, use the objects in the QuickTime Objects palette to create and edit QuickTime movies, or use the objects in the Form Objects palette to add form elements to your web page. You can access the different Objects palettes in a number of ways:
Figure 34.3. The 11 Object palettes, shown when the Objects palette is separated from the Tools palette.
Click the GoLive star icon at the very top of the Tools palette to access the GoLive web page on Adobe's website:
All the objects in the Objects palettes are draggable and must be dragged onto your page before you can access them. If you want to insert an object, for example, right-click (in Windows) or Control-click (on the Mac) at the location where you want to insert the object and choose Insert Object from the context menu, as shown in Figure 34.6. You can also choose Special, Insert from the menu at the top of the screen.
Figure 34.6. Insert objects using the context-sensitive menu.