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Changing the smoothing setting on the polyline tool?

Changing the smoothing setting on the polyline tool?

Changing the smoothing setting on the polyline tool?

(OP)
Hi,

I was wondering if there was a way to change the smoothing setting on the polyline tool?  My polyline tool is set at hundred and is grayed out and I cannot access it. Any help that you can give me would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Ron

RE: Changing the smoothing setting on the polyline tool?

(OP)
Oh and by the way I am using Corel draw X3 on Windows XP.

RE: Changing the smoothing setting on the polyline tool?

Hi rmclaug5,

Yes, there is a way to change the smoothing setting.

1) click on the freehand tool. This will activate the freehand smoothing box and will allow you to change the setting
2)select the polyline tool
NOTE:the setting will remain at the same number you enter when you select the polyline tool

Well, it's was better to receive the info you wanted later, than never.

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