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

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Adding Perspective

Setting an object's perspective lets you add the illusion of distance and depth.

To add perspective to an object:

1.
Select the object with the Pick Tool.
2.
Choose Effects > Add Perspective. A red, dotted grid with four handles appears (Figure 15.18).
Figure 15.18. Select the object and choose Effects > Add Perspective. A grid appears over the object.

3.
Click and drag one or more handles to change the shape of the grid. As you drag, the perspective changes (Figure 15.19).
Figure 15.19. Drag one or more handles to set the perspective.
4.
When you're done, select the Pick Tool or press to see the effect (Figure 15.20). ...

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