Object menu, Shaping > Weld should do the trick.You can also use the Shape docker.
When I welded, the shapes wouldn't weld correctly. It just left a blank space where the overlapping was. What I did was, break apart the text and then weld (each letter at a time because it still welded weird). Thank you anyways!
The reason might be because they probably were COMBINED and not WELDED, there's a difference. ;-)
This is a common problem with OpenType Variable fonts. Many OTF Variable fonts will have overlapping features in letter strokes. Those overlaps must be removed before sending the lettering to something like a vinyl cutter/plotter or computer-driven routing table. The plotter blade or router bit will cut where ever a path is present.In CorelDRAW the Object>Shaping>Weld command usually does the trick immediately after a variable font text object is converted to curves. But if you break apart the text object or do other things to it removing the overlaps later is more difficult. Corel just needs to update the weld function where it works a little more like it does in Adobe Illustrator; if you have non-zero winding on an overlapping object the overlaps will fill in solid when welded. There was a handy "xtra" in Macromedia Freehand, a ''remove overlap" button on the Xtras panel. Back then the xtra was handy for removing overlaps in object line strokes that had been converted into editable paths.
Bobby Henderson said:This is a common problem with OpenType Variable fonts. Many OTF Variable fonts will have overlapping features in letter strokes.
I agree. Somehow i don't like the Variable fonts how it works in Coreldraw, the static fonts works much better.