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

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The PowerClip Command

With the PowerClip command, you can put one object inside another. One object acts as a container, while the other serves as the contents. Any part of the contents that doesn't fit within the container's path is discarded.

To PowerClip two objects:

1.
Use the Pick Tool to select the object you want to use as the contents (Figure 15.28).
Figure 15.28. We can place this bitmap image into a CorelDraw heart.

2.
Choose Effects > PowerClip > Place Inside Container. The pointer changes to a large black arrow.
3.
Click the container object. The contents object redraws inside the container object (Figure 15.29).
Figure 15.29. When ...

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