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Creating Shapes within Shapes

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When you move a shape or create a shape completely within another Shape, ShapeDesigner™ actually creates a hole the same size as the contained shape and places the shape within this hole. The new composite section is treated as a whole when comes the time to move or delete the containing shape.


It is possible to manipulate a drawing such that one or more shapes overlap (i.e. they are not completely in or out of another shape) . This situation must be fixed before computations may begin. If you try to perform computations in this state, you will get an error message similar to this: