Mask a Bitmap With a Vector in CorelDraw’s Powerclip

With the PowerClip feature in CorelDraw, you can mask a bitmap with any vector shape. For this exercise we'll use a simple ellipse, but it will work with any single shape that you create. With the PowerClip feature in CorelDraw, you can mask a bitmap with any vector shape. For this exercise we'll use a simple ellipse, but it will work with any single shape that you create. Click on the edge of the oval shape with the tip of the arrow. You must be careful not to click on the empty part of the oval. To reposition the bitmap inside the PowerClip, go to Effects >, PowerClip >, Edit Contents. You will be able to move the bitmap independent of the PowerClip container. To make the PowerClip permanent, select the PowerClipped bitmap, and use the Bitmaps >, Convert to bitmap command. This is sometimes necessary if you have problems printing PowerClipped objects. You can place several bitmaps into one Powerclip Container by selecting each of them before choosing Effects >, Powerclip. Source.


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