Converting Objects to Paths

Converting Objects to Paths

You can use the function Convert to Path to convert vector or type objects into paths. This function comes in handy, for example, if you want to manipulate type as any other object.

How to convert an object to a path
    1. Select the vector object which you want to convert to paths.
    2. Choose Extra > Convert to Path.
        The object is converted into a vector shape with editable paths.
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