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Weld To – Target, Source Object

Let us get into more details about the Weld To command.

1. Open Corel Draw.

2. Select Rectangle tool and draw a rectangle. Draw another rectangle so as to overlap the part of the first one. Keep the second rectangle selected.

corel draw weld

3. Go to Arrange > Shaping > Shaping

4. This will open the docker i.e. the dialogue box fixed to the right of the desktop.

5. Check "Source Object" only.

corel draw weld

6. Click Weld To

7. You will get "Weld To" cursor to select the object you want to weld to the already selected object. Click the cursor on the first rectangle.

8. The selected rectangle is welded to the clicked rectangle to form one single object. And the source object that is the initially selected rectangle will also remain intact.

corel draw weld

9. So you get the welded object as well as the original source object on the page.

corel draw weld

10. When you do the same procedure checking the target object in the docker, you get the target object intact after welding.

corel draw weld

11. And when you check both Target and source object, you get both the objects intact with the welded one on the page.

corel draw weld

 
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