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The Knife Tool functions like a knife you d use in the real world and feels quite natural to use You begin by hovering over an object area where you want to begin the cut, your cursor changes its appearance to signify it is ready, and then you click-drag to the end of the cut, the other side of the object The result is two separate closed objects As with many of CorelDRAW s tools, SHIFT and CTRL can be used as modifier keys as you work with the Knife, and in the case of the Knife Tool, these modifier keys add precision to your cuts You ll find the Knife Tool in the Toolbox grouped together with the Crop, Eraser, and Virtual Segment Delete Tools
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CorelDRAW X4: The Official Guide
Types of Cuts with the Knife Tool
There are three ways to cut a shape with the Knife Tool, and each one requires a different keyboard/mouse technique
Straight cuts If you want to slice an object into two separate shapes as you d do with a workshop saw, to produce straight lines on sides of both objects, you aim the cursor on the near side of the object, hover until you see it change from an angled cursor to an upright one, click, release the mouse button, and then click on the far side of the object, as shown in Figure 11-4 Freeform cuts This technique can be used, for example, to quickly create an illustration of a sheet of paper roughly torn in half You hover the cursor until it turns upright, click-hold on the near side of the object, and then drag until you reach the far side of the shape, as shown in Figure 11-5 B zier cuts If you need to guide the Knife tool to make smooth jigsaw-like cuts, you hold SHIFT, and then click-drag points, beginning at the near side and completing the cut at the far side, as shown in Figure 11-6 Notice that not only do the cut result objects inherit the original shape s fill, but this applies to all types of fills, including gradients The shapes in this figure each have a gradient start and end point inherited from the original shape, and if you choose the Interactive Gradient Tool, you can adjust each object s gradient directly and come up with a visually interesting jigsaw puzzle composition or other complex drawing
Knife is over an object
Click, then release
Knife is not over an object
Resulting straight-cut objects
Click, release, then click to create a Knife Tool straight cut
Click-drag to create a freeform cut
Naturally, if you have a specific cut in mind, you ll get the best results using the shaping operations, and you cannot edit a B zier cut s path as you make the cut, but the Knife Tool does provide fast and easy results If you hold both SHIFT and CTRL while click-dragging to make a B zier cut, doing so constrains the direction of the path to 15 increments for more predictable results making the edge of the cut
Hold SHIFT and drag
Cut objects inherit the original object fill and outline
B zier cuts guide the Knife Tool with the precision of using a digitizing tablet and stylus
CorelDRAW X4: The Official Guide
Setting Knife Tool Behavior
Using the Knife Tool results in just what you d expect several objects out of a single one However, you do have options, the two Property Bar options shown here Each of these options toggles on and off to suit a specific cutting requirement
Leave As One Object
Auto-Close On Cut
Auto-Close On Cut mode This option, on by default, sets the Knife Tool to create closed-path objects following any style of Knife Tool cutting If you turn this option off, the Knife Tool divides an object into two open paths and removes any fill This can be a useful mode for breaking a closed shape into open paths To use this option, you don t drag with the Knife Tool, but instead click a near point and a far point Leave As One Object mode This option is active by default; if you disable it, the Knife Tool cuts an object, but the result is a combined path in other words, you don t get two separate objects This option is useful on occasions (for creating characters in typefaces, for example), but it probably would not be an everyday mode of operation for your work
Both the Eraser and Knife Tools can be used on imported bitmaps; you can perform a little photo retouching with these tools exactly as you would with vector objects The only restriction is that a bitmap (BMP, TIFF, JPEG, and so on) has to actually be imported to the document; if it is externally linked, the tools can t be used on this reference to bitmap images