Hi, new to coreldraw. I can intersect two letters, but the top letter crosses the bottom letter twice: the first instance needs to be over, and the second instance needs to be under. Have tried everything but cannot get it the way I need it. Can anyone help?
Hello Wheelhouse; This was done by converting to curves and editing the nodes.
Many, many ways like Ariel says
Here's a visual that I posted years and years (oh my goodness) years ago
Thanks again. Did I mention that I am very new to this? It does not work for me. I have been trying things and reading for a few hours now, and I just don't get it. What steps are missing? Your chart is very simple, but no dice. Appreciate all of your help.
According to Ariel's tip, watch this video:
Thank you! That worked. However, I have a double gap outline created by contour....only the fill is changed, and not the contour layers (2). Is this a quick fix like the video you sent me? Thanks.
Let's see if I understood correctly your question...
If your object have external boundary, to change its color, right click on the corresponding color palette. Assuming that the object is red and has a boundary with different color, select the object and then right click on the corresponding color (in this example, red) in palette.
To eliminate boundary, select object and right click in "X" as shown below:
In the video you so kindly sent me, at one point you can fill another color to see what has been intersected, break apart and then fill with the appropriate color. With a contour boundary, the boundary does not "fill" with another color, and I cannot change the contour/boundary color(s), only the original text. So while the text intersects correctly, the contour color/boundary remains as originally created.
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