Thought I'd try the align and distribution functions for the first time, thinking: "Yay! All that time I'm going to save by not manually moving objects". There appears to be every possible align/distribution function except the one I want.
I have five images, all the same height, but varying widths, and I'd like to distribute the white space evenly between them i.e. so the gap is the same between each one. When I distributre manually I scale each image by a factor:
k = (D - G(N-1)) / W
D = total width available
G = Gap
N = number of images
W = total original width of images.
Then I manually align. Can CS6 do such distribution?
Thanks Scott. I only looked at the items available in the menu bar, not realizing there were more options in the menu.