You have added elements using the context menu that appears when you right-click an element or compositor. You can also create elements using drag-and-drop, which is quicker than using menu commands. In this section, you will add more elements to the definition of the Address element using drag-and-drop, thus completing this definition.
To complete the definition of the Address element using drag-and-drop:
|1.||Click the Name element of the Address element, hold down the Ctrl key, and drag the element box with the mouse. A small "plus" icon appears in the element box, indicating that you are about to copy the element. A copy of the element together with a connector line also appears, showing where the element will be created.|
|2.||Release the mouse button to create the new element in the Address sequence. If the new element appears at an incorrect location, drag it to a location below the Name element.|
|3.||Double-click in the element box, and type in Street to change the element name.|
|4.||Use the same method to create a third element called City. The content model should now look like this:|
The Address element has a sequence of a Name, a Street, and a City element, in that order.