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CorelDraw 10 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide by Steve Schwartz, Phyllis Davis

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Locking Objects

Locking an object prevents it from being moved or altered in any way. This feature is especially handy when used in conjunction with a complex drawing. The objects that you've completed or don't want to alter by mistake can be locked, leaving the remaining objects available for selection and editing.

To lock an object:

1.
Use the Pick Tool to select the object(s) that you wish to lock.
2.
Choose Arrange > Lock Object. The handles of the object(s) change to tiny padlocks (Figure 14.3).
Figure 14.3. When you select a locked object, the normal black handles are replaced by padlocks.

If you want to modify a locked object, you must ...

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