Sizing and Layering Objects in CorelDRAW Vector Illustration
Become a member and get unlimited access to the entire skills library of over 4,500 courses, including more Developer and personalized recommendations. Become a member and get unlimited access to the entire skills library of over 4,500 courses, including more Developer and personalized recommendations. We are now on Page 15 of your working file, the subject of sizing, or we could call it resizing if you like. Well basically, whenever you select an object, whether it be a piece of text, or an object down here, on the property bar here, varying properties about that object will be displayed. In this case, we can see the typeface, point size, but we can also see the horizontal length and height. So 100 millimeters wide, which is about 4 inches, and 25 millimeters high, which is about 1 inch. We can manually type some values in here if we need to, or the way you’ll most of the time work is to work with the options you can see here, and that is that you select your object, and the resizing handles appear around the outside. There are two types. In each corner, we have the scaling handles. In other words, if I click on one of those corner handles, and I begin to drag out or inward, as you can see, the piece of text is resizing perfectly. In other words, the relationship between the horizonta… This will not affect your course history, your reports, or your certificates of completion for this course. Join today and get unlimited access to the entire library of online learning video courses—and create as many playlists as you like. “In a way, I feel like you are rooting for me. Like you are really invested in my experience, and want me to get as much out of these courses as possible this is the best place to start on your journey to learning new material.”— Nadine H. Source.