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Choose '''Convert into Image Object''' from the '''Object''' menu to convert selected objects into image objects.
 
Choose '''Convert into Image Object''' from the '''Object''' menu to convert selected objects into image objects.
 
==What is a Image Object?==
 
==What is a Image Object?==
An '''Image Object''' is an object which is not assigned to a symbol. It is either a line or area object with a corresponding CMYK color. Here are two examples (Symbolized objects left, image objects right):<br/>
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An '''[[Image_Objects|Image Object]]''' is an object which is not assigned to a symbol. It is either a line or area object with a corresponding CMYK color. Here are two examples (Symbolized objects left, image objects right):<br/>
 
[[File:ConvertToImageObjectExample.PNG]]<br/>
 
[[File:ConvertToImageObjectExample.PNG]]<br/>
 
Symbolized text objects are converted into image area objects. A point object is taken apart in its fundamental components which are line or area objects, in this case a blue line object (circle). <BR>
 
Symbolized text objects are converted into image area objects. A point object is taken apart in its fundamental components which are line or area objects, in this case a blue line object (circle). <BR>

Latest revision as of 12:04, 14 January 2019

This function is available in OCAD Mapping Solution.This function is available in OCAD Orienteering.This function is available in OCAD Starter.

Choose Convert into Image Object from the Object menu to convert selected objects into image objects.

What is a Image Object?

An Image Object is an object which is not assigned to a symbol. It is either a line or area object with a corresponding CMYK color. Here are two examples (Symbolized objects left, image objects right):
ConvertToImageObjectExample.PNG
Symbolized text objects are converted into image area objects. A point object is taken apart in its fundamental components which are line or area objects, in this case a blue line object (circle).

To convert a image object into a layout object choose the Convert into Layout Object function from the Object menu.

Back to the Edit Object page.