You can change the size, shape, and color of outlines. Lines or objects with open paths can have ends that are rounded, square, cropped, or tipped with arrowheads and other line-ending shapes. Objects with closed paths (e.g., squares and polygons) do not have end-points, but you can choose from pointed, rounded, or truncated corners.
An outline is the area that surrounds an object. When you create an object, CorelDRAW gives it a default outline that is a black solid fill. You can specify the outline's color as well as set its width and style.
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