In Corel Draw 2019, I want to take these 4 lines and combine them (at their nodes) to make an enclosed polygon that can be filled with a color. In older Corel, I would use "Convert to Curves" and then "Join Curves" -- but that's not working. Any advice?
use "snap to object" (alt+z) select a shape and grab it from one of the end nodes, drag the shape until it snaps to the corresponding node. Once you have all the line segments in place select them all and weld them together then marquee select the intersecting nodes and make them as one.by "joining" them
Thanks. Can't make it work. Shouldn't there be a node on the end of each line? The 90 degree lines have no nodes on the end. Maybe that's my problem?
I don't have any problem selecting four curves and then using the Join Curves docker, as long as the ends of the curves match up within the gap tolerance.
When in doubt, share a sample file so that others can see what you are working with.
Thanks. It acts like one object now, but still will not fill.
Isn't there any way to attach a Corel file to these chats?
drizzy77 said:Isn't there any way to attach a Corel file to these chats?
You might do that by putting it in a .ZIP file. Seriously, the forum software won't accept a .CDR attachment.
Or, put it somewhere on-line and share a link.