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Chapter 1. The Basics > How does CorelDraw 9 work?

How does CorelDraw 9 work?

CorelDraw documents are made up of separate elements called objects. An object's edge is called a path. Paths can be closed or open. An object with a closed path can be filled with color, whereas an object with an open path cannot. The path of an object passes through nodes that shape the path.

Some CorelDraw tools automatically create closed path objects. For instance, the Ellipse Tool makes various sized ovals and circles, the Rectangle Tool makes rectangles and squares, and the Polygon Tool makes polygons with any number of sides.


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