Shapes

When you click on the shape icon in your toolbar, you've activated the shape tool. You can click anywhere on your page to create a new shape.

If you move your cursor over any corner of your shape you can resize the box bigger or smaller.

Hold down the Shift key on your keyboard to constrain the resizing.

You can click once on a shape to highlight it. This will also show the icons to Delete the shape or to open the context menu that lets you Arrange the shape within the layout of the proposal. 

When the shape is selected, the Shape Properties panel will show on the side. 

Properties - change the width, height, border or corner settings on the shape. 

You can make a circle by creating a basic shape (square), then edit it's properties and set the rounded corners property to 100.

Rotate the shape. 

Set the opacity. 

With the shape highlighted you can drag it anywhere on the page.

You can also select the shape and use your arrow keys to nudge it by one pixel in any direction.

With your shape highlighted, you can right or control click to get the contextual menu.

The menu allows you to:

  • Arrange - a submenu will allow you to move the shape above or below other objects on the z-access.
  • Duplicate - make a carbon copy of the shape

Lines

When you click on the line icon in your toolbar, you've activated the line tool. You can click anywhere on your page to create a new line.

If you move your cursor at either end of your line you can resize the line bigger or smaller.

You can click once on a line to highlight it and drag it anywhere on the page.

You can also select the line and use your arrow keys to nudge it by one pixel in any direction.

 With your line highlighted, you can right or control click to get the contextual menu.

The menu allows you to:

  • Arrange - a submenu will allow you to move the line above or below other objects on the z-access.
  • Duplicate - make a carbon copy of the line.

With the line shape selected you'll see the Line Path Properties panel on the right:

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