CorelDRAW lets you draw rectangles and squares. You can
draw a rectangle or square by dragging diagonally with the Rectangle tool or by
specifying the width and height with the 3 point rectangle tool. The 3 point
rectangle tool lets you quickly draw rectangles at an angle.
After you draw a rectangle or square, you can reshape it by rounding one or more
of its corners.
You can create a rectangle by first drawing its baseline
and then drawing its height. The resulting rectangle is angled.
Process to draw a rectangle or
square by dragging diagonally
To draw a rectangle by specifying height and
A Open the Rectangle flyout
, and click the 3 point rectangle tool
In the drawing window, point to where you want
to start the rectangle, drag to draw the width, and release the
Move the pointer to draw the height, and click.
To adjust the size of the rectangle, type
values in the Object(s) size boxes on the property bar.
To constrain the angle of the baseline to a preset increment, known
as constrain angle, hold down Ctrl as you drag.
Process to round
the corners of a rectangle or square