Combining objects

Combining two or more objects creates a single object with common fill and outline attributes. You can combine rectangles, ellipses, polygons, stars, spirals, graphs, or text. CorelDRAW converts these objects to a single curve object. If you need to modify the attributes of an object that is combined, you can break the combined object apart. You can extract a subpath from a combined object to create two separate objects. You can also weld two or more objects to create a single object. For information about welding objects, see "Welding and intersecting objects" on page 123.

The two objects (left) are combined to create a single object (right). The new object has the properties of the last object selected before combining.

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