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Two more options for controlling outline properties available in the Outline Pen dialog are very important for controlling how outlines display in particular design situations The following sections explain how Scale With Image and Behind Fill work
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Choose Scale With Image to increase or decrease the outline width applied to an open path or closed object when you scale the object at any time after the outline width has been applied For example, a 2-point outline width applied to a path will become 1 point if the object is scaled in size by 50 percent In most illustration work, where drawings commonly change size before they are complete, choosing this option is a smart move However, if you leave the scale constant (leave Scale With Image unchecked), you can duplicate, for example, 50 stars, arrange them on the page at different sizes, and the design looks good because the outline width is consistent from star to star The illustration here shows copies of a pretzel shape reduced with and without the Scale With Image option selected If this were a drawing of a salted pretzel, the one in the center Scale With Image would be less likely to cause high blood pressure and other heart risks if eaten by a drawing of a person
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CorelDRAW X4: The Official Guide Behind Fill
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Behind Fill sets outline properties to print and display in back of the object s fill One of the many practical uses for using Behind Fill is in a sign or other simple illustration where you need rounded corners along the outline, but sharp and crisp edges along the fill, the important and recognizable part of many illustrations Here you can see at left the ubiquitous recycle symbol with a 16-point rounded-corner outline The arrows are lost in the design However, at right, a 32-point outline is used with Behind Fill checked in the Outline Pen dialog Therefore, the same outline width has been achieved (visually); however, because the outline is behind the fill, the points on the arrows are undistorted, even in weight, and will print crisply
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Setting the Outline for All New Objects
Each time you create a new object, CorelDRAW X4 automatically applies a set of default outline properties, as follows: Width = 5 point Color = CMYK black (from Corel s default custom palette) Style = Solid line Corner Shape and End Caps = Square Calligraphy: Stretch = 100, Angle = Off Behind Fill, Scale With Image = Off To change any or all of these default properties, open the Outline Pen dialog (F12) while no objects are selected By choosing Graphic, Artistic Text, or Paragraph Text, you can control the defaults for new objects Unless you have a specific reason for changing the default outline properties of text objects, it s wise to accept Graphic as the object types to apply, and then to click OK to proceed to the Outline Pen dialog to change the outline pen defaults
CHAPTER 18:
Outline Attributes
Turning an Outline into an Object
A fancy calligraphic property for an outline, arrowhead, and even for dashed outlines can be freed from being editable outline properties when you convert an outline to an object Consider this: an outline is constrained to solid fills, while an object that looks like an outline, that was originally based on an outline, can have any type of CorelDRAW fill To make an outline into a shape, you choose Arrange | Convert Outline To Object but this will disturb your workflow less if you perform this on a copy of the path you slaved over! In Figure 18-7 you can see the command on the Arrange menu (the shortcut is similar to Convert To Curves; it s CTRL+SHIFT+Q) This path that has an arrowhead and tail is about to become a shape that s freely editable with Toolbox tools and will accept all of CorelDRAW s effects such as contours and distortions In Figure 18-8 you can see at left that the path of Figure 18-7 is now a shape that will take, in this example, a Linear style fountain fill in contrast, you can t fill an open path See also in this figure that the arrowhead path that s now a shape can be extruded (okay, it s an example, it s not great Art !) To come full circle, the path that s not an object can have an outline; in this figure the white 8-point outline is used artistically to visually separate the linear fill areas Dashed lines are a lot of fun to play with as objects, too
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