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Combine

Combine command is used to make the objects treated as one single entity. It cannot be selected separately.

1. Open Corel Draw.

2. Using Rectangle and Ellipse tool, draw rectangle and ellipse. Fill them with different colors. Select both, the rectangle and ellipse using pick tool.

3. Go to Arrange > Combine

4. You will observe that both the objects are filled with one color as they are treated as a single object.

When the base objects are overlapped, the overlapped part becomes hollow after applying combine command.

5. Using Rectangle and Ellipse tool, draw rectangle and ellipse. Overlap the objects. Fill them with different colors. Select both, the rectangle and ellipse using pick tool.

6. Go to Arrange > Combine

7. You can observe that the object becomes the single entity and filled with one color. The overlapped part becomes hollow.

As we used ungroup to separate the objects that are grouped, we use Break Curve Apart to separate the objects that are combined.

8. Using Rectangle and Ellipse tool, draw rectangle and ellipse. Fill them with different colors. Select both, the rectangle and ellipse using pick tool.

9. Go to Arrange > Combine

10. The objects are combined and filled with single color.

11. Now we need to separate the objects.

12. Go to Arrange > Break Curve Apart

13. Click anywhere to deselect the object. Select any object using Pick Tool.

14. You will observe that now you can select any object separately and fill the color of your choice.

 
 
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