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Arrowheads are both heads and tails on an open path, and although you have a handsome collection of preset arrows, they can be almost anything you decide to draw Most of the preset styles are arrowheads, but some are symbols that represent a tail, as shown in Figure 18-2, and many of the tails match the visual style of the arrowheads When applied, arrowheads can be set to appear at the start and end points of open paths, both ends, one end, or naturally (by default) neither end Here s a trick to defining the size of an arrowhead or tail: you increase or decrease the size of an arrowhead by adjusting the outline width, using the Property Bar or the Outline dialog However, if you want to scale a path s width without scaling the arrowhead, you
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scale the path by using the Pick Tool and the control handles surrounding the selected path Scaling a path (object) instead of increasing/decreasing the outline width is your ticket to making an arrowhead exactly proportional to the path s outline The quickest way to apply an arrowhead is by using the Start and/or End Arrowhead selectors in the Property Bar when an open path is selected, as shown here The Edit Arrowhead dialog, shown shortly, might or might not be the place you want to go if you want to create your own custom arrowhead and/or tail Procedurally, you need to draw an arrowhead, for example, define it; then the Edit Arrowhead dialog is used to position and scale an arrowhead that s already been created The editor isn t a drawing window; when you realize this, custom arrowhead and tail creation goes like a charm!
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Arrow start (first node on path)
Arrow end (last node on path)
Click here to open Edit Arrowhead dialog
Applying an arrowhead to a closed path has no visible effect unless the path is broken at some point
Creating Custom Arrowhead Styles
Realistically, CorelDRAW could not have the ideal arrowhead (and tail) for your (and every other user s) assignment as a preset, or the preset selector would need a head and a tail itself, from here to the moon! That s why there s the Tools | Create | Arrow command don t choose the command yet; you ll need to draw the arrowhead first, as covered in the following tutorial The best arrowhead should be simple in its construction and needs to be a single or compound path fill makes no difference in creating the arrowhead because a finished and applied custom arrow style gets its color from the outline color you use on the selected path in your drawing The orientation of the arrowhead needs to be in landscape, too, before entering the Create command In other words, the top of your custom arrowhead design needs to face right, not the top of the page To give you an idea of the shape and size of a good arrowhead and tail to design, download Shovelcdr You can even use it in the following tutorial
CHAPTER 18:
Outline Attributes
To create a new arrowhead and save it, follow these steps
Drawing and Saving an Arrowhead Style
1 Give some thought and planning to what would make a good arrowhead and tail
Shovelcdr has a drawing of the business and the user ends of a common garden shovel This works for designs of garden planning (an arrow pointing to dig here ), treasure hunts, and certain civil engineering diagrams About 3'' for your symbols to be used as arrowheads seems to work well and gets you around the need to edit the size later When you ve drawn your arrowhead (a tail is optional for this tutorial), rotate it so it faces the right of the drawing page
2 With the shape selected, choose Tools | Create | Arrow, as shown here
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3 Answer OK to the query dialog that appears to confirm this action Possibly you re
done now Let s check, before calling it a day, to see how the arrowhead, now saved on the arrow selector drop-down list, looks when applied to an open path
4 With a Pen Tool (the B zier pen is fine) click-drag a two-node path Straight is good;
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