Applying a twocolor pattern fill

You can fill an object with a pattern composed of repeating bitmap images. CorelDRAW provides a collection of black-and-white bitmap patterns that you can use as is or customize. You can set the foreground and background of a pattern and change the size of the tiles. Using the Interactive Fill tool in conjunction with the Property Bar, you can apply two-color pattern fills quickly, as well as mix the colors in the pattern.

Choose from a variety of two-color pattern fills included with CorelDRAW.

Choose from a variety of two-color pattern fills included with CorelDRAW.

Corel Draw Patterns Fill

To apply a two-color pattern fill

1 Select the object with the Pick tool.

2 Open the Fill Tool flyout, and click Pattern Fill Dialog.

3 Enable the 2-color button.

4 Click the Pattern picker, and click the pattern.

5 Open the Front color picker, and click a color for the bitmap pattern's foreground.

6 Open the Back color picker, and click a color for the bitmap pattern's background.

To apply a two-color pattern fill using the Interactive Fill tool

1 Select the object with the Pick tool.

2 Open the Interactive Fill flyout, and click the Interactive Fill tool.

3 On the Property Bar, choose Pattern Fill from the Fill Type list box.

4 Click the Two-color Bitmap Pattern Fill button.

5 Click the First Fill picker, and click a pattern you want from the list.

6 Open the Front Color picker, and click a color for the bitmap pattern's foreground.

7 Open the Back Color picker, and click a color for the bitmap pattern's background.

To mix colors in a two-color pattern fill using the Color Palette

1 Open the Interactive Fill flyout, and click the Interactive Fill tool.

2 Select a two-color pattern fill.

3 Hold down CTRL, and click a color on the Color Palette. Release the mouse button before you release CTRL.

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