When it comes to how rectangle corners are affected on the shapes and objects, we’ll be using the Design Central panel.
One thing to keep in mind though when working with the extra settings for rectangles, is that once you have converted the object to a stroke, you will no longer be able to use the extra settings on that shape or object.
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How are you guys in today's video? Flexi starter. We're gonna be looking at editing rectangles using the Design Central panel. But before that, let's have a big intro first, Uh uh. So today's video can we find a softwaretraining.co.za hat said, uh, you guys want to make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos? And also we have daily updates. Otherwise, we're back on the programme here. Now, just a quick reminder. This is a very serious working with shapes. I've covered quite a few different, uh, elements of it already, and today we're gonna be looking at editing rectangles with using the Design Central panel on the right. We'll also leave relevant links in description so you guys can follow it along. Now if for some reason your design central is not open, you can always open it by navigate your standard toolbar and next to the undo and redo, there's a little button there. You can see it says designs central control I. So now if I click that you will see it opens it. Now let's just add a new rectangle now by default. If you add a rectangle and right after you've placed it. You'll see we have these options, which is different to if we use the normal mouse and we selected and you see, we see different options here. Now I'm just something to keep in mind. You can still navigate and find those settings afterwards. If you de selected and re selected and that something's lost, though, tap here and it's got all the same cities. So now what these settings will do. So first of all, we can actually set the width and height of the rectangles. We can sit so you can see there. Then we've got the corner style. So now from this we've got regular around, inverted and clipped regular. Just standard. You'll see we cannot adjust. It can't, however, go in a border store with regular, which will cover soup. Then next up, we've got round it. Now, if we increase this value, we'll see it still surrounding the corners for us and then next up here, we've got inverted. Now this will do the opposite of rounds. It will basically round it to the inside, not to the outside. It's gonna make some interesting shapes of that. Our borders. Then we've got clipped. This will basically create like a devil. So would you like a straight cut of the corner? So that being on the style, you're going for, um, or play with which one which everyone? Let's get inverted. For now, we had a bit of a birthday, and then what you can do is use the inner border click that you will see. It makes basically, like almost a form of stroke. But the inside is also boarded, and this is still a shape. So it's not an actual stroke increase and decrease the width of the year or the broadness of it. Mm. And they Yeah, like I mentioned you get at any time. Then you want to change that selector shape. Just go to the third tab on your design central panel and then change that. Otherwise, that is it. On editing rectangles using design central. If we had here to softwaretraining.co.za he seal of you guys are not. A variety of Softwares will recover. And also you can isolate your search on the top, right? If you are, ever do not find what you're looking for. We've always got your request, a training video filling the mini form. And then we will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers
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