When you're working with PowerClip objects, you may want to offset the contents object from the center of the container, edit the contents object, lock or unlock the contents, or extract the contents of a PowerClip object.
By default, CorelDRAW automatically centers PowerClip contents objects inside their containers. However, you can change the default so that contents objects are offset from the center of the container.
When you edit the contents object, CorelDRAW temporarily separates the contents and container objects. You can then edit the contents of the PowerClip object, for example, by changing its fill and outline properties, without altering the container object.
A nested PowerClip object can have up to five nested levels.
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