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    IT comp March 2010


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    Get the most out of the Pick tool in CorelDRAW

    To select an object




    1. Using the Pick tool, drag a marquee around an object to select it. If parts of the object are hidden behind other objects, hold down Alt while dragging, and enclose only a portion of the object. Using the Alt modifier helps you quickly select objects in complex projects.
    2. pick 02 select sky - IT comp March 2010
      The sky in this clipart is selected by dragging a marquee around a small portion of the sky while holding down Alt.


    3. pick 03 night sky - IT comp March 2010
    4. The color of the selected sky is changed to dark blue with one click on the on-screen color palette. The color of the water is changed to a darker blue by dragging a color swatch.





    5. To select all objects in a drawing, double-click the Pick tool.
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    Default Re: IT comp March 2010

    i edit it, in order 2 move e image
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    Fast ways to copy and position objects


    If you want to copy one or more objects within CorelDRAW X3, you can use a faster method than copying and pasting. Here are two fast ways to copy objects:
    Use the Duplicate command.
    Use the new Step and Repeat docker to create and position multiple copies at one time.

    Let's take a closer look at these options.

    Duplicating objects
    Duplicating an object with CorelDRAW creates a copy of a selected object and positions the copy according to the offset distance that you set. Unlike copying and pasting, duplicating does not place a copy of the object on the Clipboard, and it allows you to control where the copy is placed in your drawing. With CorelDRAW X3, setting an offset distance for the duplicate is easier than ever.

    To duplicate an object
    Select one or more objects.
    Click Edit > Duplicate (or Ctrl + D).
    When you duplicate objects for the first time in CorelDRAW X3, the Duplicate offset dialog box appears. To specify the distance between the duplicate and the original object along the x-axis and y-axis, type values in the Horizontal offset and Vertical offset boxes.

    Note: Offset values of 0 place the duplicate on top of the original; positive offset values place the duplicate up and to the right of the original; and negative offset values place the duplicate down and to the left of the original.

    You can change the default offset for duplicates at any time. To do this, click Tools > Options, click General in the Document list of categories, and type values in the Horizontal offset and Vertical offset boxes.

    Creating and positioning multiple copies

    The new Step and repeat docker in CorelDRAW X3 lets you create multiple copies of an object and control how they are positioned.

    To create and position multiple copies of an object
    Select one or more objects.
    Click Edit > Step and repeat.
    In the Step and repeat docker, type a value in the Number of copies box.
    In the Horizontal settings and Vertical settings areas, specify the settings you want.

    duplicate 1 - IT comp March 2010




    Figure 1
    The figure above shows the new Step and Repeat docker.

    Examples:



    duplicate 2 - IT comp March 2010


    Figure 2
    The Step and Repeat docker settings for the figure above are:
    Horizontal Settings: Spacing between objects, Distance = 0.25"; Direction = Right
    Vertical Settings: No offset


    duplicate 3 - IT comp March 2010



    Figure 3
    The Step and Repeat docker settings for the figure above are:
    Horizontal Settings: No offset
    Vertical Settings: Offset, Distance = –0.5"



    duplicate 4 - IT comp March 2010





    Figure 4
    The Step and Repeat docker settings for the figure above are:
    Horizontal Settings: Offset, Distance = 0.25"
    Vertical Settings: Offset, Distance = –0.25"

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    Interactive Fit Text to Path Tool


    With CorelDRAW X3, it's never been easier to attach text to a path with precision — a common effect used in creating signs and logos. The interactive Fit Text to Path tool lets users simply select text, move the pointer along a path, and click to set the text's position. Users can also easily control the text's offset distance from the path.

    In addition, users can scale the text after it has been placed on a path by simply selecting both the text and the path and dragging one of the handles.


    sample - IT comp March 2010

    Using the interactive Fit Text to Path tool


    Click the Freehand pgx freehand tool - IT comp March 2010 tool, and draw a curved line to use as a path.

    Click the Text pgx text tool - IT comp March 2010 tool, click anywhere in the drawing window, and type.

    Click Text > Fit Text To Path.
    The pointer changes to the Fit Text to Path pgx text path cursor - IT comp March 2010 pointer. As you move the pointer along the path, a preview of where the text will be fitted is displayed.

    Move the pointer along the path, and click to fit the text.
    With a closed path, the text is centered along the path. With an open path, the text flows from the point of insertion.

    On the property bar, adjust the value in the Distance From Path list box.

    On the property bar, adjust the value in the Horizontal Offset list box.

    In the Mirror Text area on the property bar, use the Mirror Horizontal pgx mirror hor - IT comp March 2010or Mirror Vertical pgx mirror ver - IT comp March 2010 buttons to choose the text's orientation.

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    Default Re: IT comp March 2010

    nice work
    Last edited by Usm@n Butt; 19-03-2010 at 05:50 PM.


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    Creating custom keyboard shortcuts in CorelDRAW X3


    The preset keyboard shortcuts available in CorelDRAW X3 help you complete commonly performed tasks faster. Did you know that you can become even more productive by creating custom keyboard shortcuts that suit your working style? For example, if you use the Bzier tool often, you can assign a keyboard shortcut for activating the Bzier tool.
    To assign a keyboard shortcut to a command
    1. Click Tools > Customization.
    2. In the Customization list of categories, click Commands.
    3. Click the Shortcut keys tab.






    custom shortcuts01 - IT comp March 2010



    The Commands page of the Options dialog box lets you create custom keyboard shortcuts for commonly used menu commands and tools. Click the Shortcut keys tab to access the controls you need.
    4. Choose a shortcut key table from the Shortcut key table list box.
    5. Choose a command category from the top list box.




    custom shortcuts02 - IT comp March 2010




    The top list box lets you choose a command category such as a menu, a toolbar, or the toolbox.
    6. Click a command in the Commands list




    custom shortcuts03 - IT comp March 2010






    In this example, we choose Toolbox from the top list box and Bzier tool in the Commands list.
    7. Click in the New shortcut key box, and press a key combination.

    If the key combination is already assigned to another command, that command is listed in the Currently assigned to box.
    8. Click Assign.




    custom shortcuts04 - IT comp March 2010






    In this example, we assign Shift+D as the keyboard shortcut for activating the Bzier tool.




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    Default Re: IT comp March 2010

    صرف آواز نہیں ، لفظ بھی مقفل ہیں مرے

    سوچ میں ہوں کہ اب تجھ کو پکاروں کیسے

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