Cropping graphics in Coral DRAW.Crop tool is use for remove the areas outside the selection. Whether you are working with a drawing or an imported bitmap, the Crop tool lets you remove portions of your graphic quickly and easily. You no longer need to ungroup objects, break linked groups apart, or convert objects to curves to remove unwanted areas in a graphic. CoralDRAW also has Artistic Tool, Zoom Tool and Text Tool.
Uses Of Crop Tool:
The Crop tool is located in the toolbox, on the Crop tool fly-out. To crop objects, you define a rectangular area (cropping area) that you want to keep. Portions of the graphic outside the cropping area removed. You can specify the exact position and size of the cropping area, and you can rotate and resize it.
How To Use Crop Tool:
To crop objects by using the Crop tool you have to follow these points:
- Select the objects that you want to crop. If no objects on the drawing page selected, all objects cropped.
- Open the Crop tool fly-out , and click the Crop tool .
- Drag to define a cropping area.
- Double-click inside the cropping area.
Other Options for Cropping in Crop Tool:
There are also three more options is available in crop tool for cropping any picture:
- Virtual Segment Delete
Uses Of Knife Tool:
With the enhanced Knife tool in Coral Draw, you can now split vector objects, text, and bitmaps. You can split single objects or groups of objects along straight, freehand, or Bézier lines. And the enhancement for the Knife Tool lets you choose whether to convert outlines to curve objects or keep them as outlines.
How To Use Knife Tool:
click on one side of an object, next click on the other side of the object, and the object will be cut into two by a straight line between the two points. Cutting along a curved line done by keeping the mouse button pressed while moving from side to side. It is important to watch the mouse cursor during operation, the tool only works you click when the cursor knife symbol points straight down. After cutting the two halves can be selected separately.
Uses Of Virtual Segment Delete Tool:
The Virtual Segment Delete Tool used in a few select situations which will really increase your productivity by lowering your design time.
deletes parts of an object behind crossed lines.
How To Use Virtual Segment Delete Tool:
Overlapping shapes can be cut to allow the shape to become a single entity. Here you can see there is a rectangle with a circle overlapping one of the corners. The Virtual Segment Delete Tool is nested in a menu, under the tool bar strip. You can select the Virtual Segment Delete Tool by left clicking and holding the third option from the top of the tool bar as shown above. A new menu will appear and you can now select the tool.
With the tool selected, you can now click and drag, which will result in a boundary box displaying on the screen. Any lines which intersect this box will be deleted. Once you release the mouse, the lines will be deleted, leaving you with this shape.
Uses Of Eraser Tool:
The Eraser tool works just like a pencil eraser, removing any part of the image over which you click and drag. Erasing automatically closes any affected paths and converts the object to curves.
How To Use Eraser Tool:
similar to the knife tool, but cuts with a thick zone, and this tool only works when it is dragged. Another difference is that the resulting object, although consisting of two halves, still is a single object. To separate the two halves you need to break the object apart: arrange > Break apart (Ctrl K).
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