# Curves and Polygons

The Curves and Polygons icon on the Drawing bar opens the Lines toolbar, where you can add lines and shapes to the current slide.

If you hold the Shift key down, the movement of the mouse is limited to multiples of 45 degrees. If you hold down the key, the new point will not be connected to the last point. This allows you to create objects that consist of curves that are not connected together. If you draw a smaller object while holding down the key into a larger object that you have not closed yet, the smaller object is subtracted from the larger one, thus appearing as a hole in the larger one.

Closed shapes automatically receive the fill that is displayed in the Area Style/Filling box on Line and Filling bar.

## Kurbo, Plenigita

Draws a filled closed shape that is based on a Bézier curve. Click where you want the curve to start, drag, release, and then move the pointer to where you want the curve to end and click. Move the pointer and click again to add a straight line segment to the curve. Double-click to close the shape.

Kurbo, Plenigita

## Plurangulo, plenigita

Draws a closed shape consisting of straight line segments. Click where you want to start the polygon, and drag to draw a line segment. Click again to define the end of the line segment, and continue clicking to define the remaining line segments of the polygon. Double-click to finish drawing the polygon. To constrain the polygon to angles of 45 degree, hold down Shift when you click.

Plurangulo, plenigita

## Plurangulo (45°), Plenigita

Draws a closed shape consisting of straight line segments that are constrained by angles of 45 degrees. Click where you want to start the polygon, and drag to draw a line segment. Click again to define the end of the line segment, and continue clicking to define the remaining line segments of the polygon. Double-click to finish drawing the polygon. To draw a polygon that is not constrained to a 45 degree angle, hold down Shift when you click.

Plurangulo (45°), Plenigita

## Libermana Linio, Plena

Draws a freeform line where you drag in the slide. When you release, LibreOffice creates a closed shape by drawing a straight line segment from the endpoint to the starting point of the line. The shape within the lines will be filled with the current area color.

Libermana Linio, Plena

## Kurbo

Desegnas glatan Bezier-kurbon. Alklaku kie la kurbo komenciĝu, ŝovu, lasu, kaj movu la montrilon al kie la kurbo finiĝu, kaj alklaku. Movu la montrilon kaj ree alklaku por aldoni rektan linieron al la kurbo. Duoble alklaku por findesegni la kurbon. Por krei fermitan formon, duoble alklaku la komencan punkton de la kurbo.La arkon de la kurbo regas la distanco laŭ kiu vi ŝovas.

Kurbo

## Plurangulo

Desegnas linion kiu konsistas el rektaj linieroj. Ŝovu por desegni linieron, alklaku por difini la finpunkton de la liniero, kaj ŝovu por desegni novan linieron. Duoble alklaku por findesegni la linion. Por krei fermitan formon, duoble alklaku la komencan punkton de la linio.

Tenu la klavon Maj dum vi desegnas plurlateron, por loki punktojn je 45 grada angulo.

La reĝimo Redakti punktojn ebligas al vi interage ŝanĝi la unuopajn punktojn de la plurlatero.

Plurangulo

## Plurangulo (45°)

Draws a line composed of a series of straight line segments, that are constrained by angles of 45 degree. Drag to draw a line segment, click to define the endpoint of the line segment, and then drag to draw a new line segment. Double-click to finish drawing the line. To create a closed shape, hold down and double-click.

Plurangulo (45°)

## Libermana linio

Desegnas libermanan linion kie vi ŝovas en la aktuala dokumento. Por fini la linion, malpremu la musbutonon. Por desegni fermitan formon, malpremu la musbutonon apud la komenca punkto de la linio.

Libermana linio

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