Join Scott Georgeson for an in-depth discussion in this video Selecting objects, part of CorelDRAW Essential Training.
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Selecting objects will be the most common thing you do as you learn to work in CorelDRAW.…An object is either selected or deselected.…You can tell an object is selected by the sizing handles that will appear around…the outside, and by the little nodes that, in this case, because it's text, you…will see, or for example, if I were to select that rectangle, you can see the…little nodes in the corner there.…Selecting an object is fairly easy.…You can click on the object to select it, and click on the white of your working…area to deselect the object.…
Now I can, as you see here, draw a marquee, simply click my mouse, and whatever…is inside of that blue dotted line -- we call that a marquee -- when I release my…mouse, will be selected.…Now, you notice how my marquee runs over the top of other objects?…Because the entire object is not inside, only those objects that are will be…selected, and you can see them there by the little nod; that lets me know that…all of those objects there are selected.…Click on the white to deselect.…
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- Understanding vector and bitmap images
- Working with multipage projects
- Using independent per-page layers and guides
- Drawing and editing shapes, lines, curves, and tables
- Creating and using symbols
- Working with text
- Designing a business card
- Shaping, filling, blending, and extruding objects
- Importing and exporting other file types
- Customizing the workspace, menus, toolbars, and palettes