To display the Internet Objects toolbar

1 Click Window, Toolbars.

2 In the Options dialog box, enable the Internet Objects check box.

To assign a hotspot using the Internet Objects toolbar

K I Select an object with the Pick tool.

2 On the Internet Objects toolbar, enable one of the following buttons:

• The Use Object Shape To Define Hotspot and Use Bounding Box To

Define Hotspot buttons are enabled when they appear pressed.

To assign a hotspot using Object Properties

1 Using the Pick tool, right-click an object, and click Properties.

2 In the Object Properties Docker window, click the Internet tab.

3 In the Link Extent section, enable one of the following buttons:

• Use Object Bounding Box — lets you use the object as the hotspot

• Use Object Shape button — lets you use the object's bounding box as the hotspot

CorelDRAW lets you identify the hypergraphics you create in your drawing. You can determine the color of the hypergraphic's cross-hatch pattern and background fill. If you select a hypergraphic first and then change the foreground and background hotspot colors, the change applies to the selected object only. If you change the hotspot colors with no object selected, the default colors are changed for this drawing and for future sessions of CorelDRAW.

To assign a foreground hotspot color

• On the Internet Objects toolbar, click the Foreground Color Of Hotspot color picker, and click a color swatch.

To assign a background hotspot color

• On the Internet Objects toolbar, click the Background Color Of Hotspot color picker, and click a color swatch.

Use Object Shape To Define Hotspot Use Bounding Box To Define Hotspot

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