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    Default Slice (cut) Shapes using rectangle in two separated parts

    Hi,

    I'd appreciate help.
    As showed in this screen-recording (http://bit.ly/2tVCGbN), I have used a rectangle to "Slice (cut) Shapes" on an image, but the remained parts are still connected.
    Is it possible the sliced parts becomes separated from each other?

    Thanks for assistance!
    Carlos

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    Default Re: Slice (cut) Shapes using rectangle in two separated parts

    Quote Originally Posted by cadudesun View Post
    Hi,

    I'd appreciate help.
    As showed in this screen-recording (http://bit.ly/2tVCGbN), I have used a rectangle to "Slice (cut) Shapes" on an image, but the remained parts are still connected.
    Is it possible the sliced parts becomes separated from each other?

    Thanks for assistance!
    Carlos
    Carlos, I have tried the mp4 and it will not play for me.

    I would try with four crossing lines that are larger than the image.
    Make them all 10mp.
    Use Combine Shapes > Intersect All Shapes.

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    Default Re: Slice (cut) Shapes using rectangle in two separated parts

    If you choose to break shapes on the remainder, I think that accomplishes what you want.

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    Default Re: Slice (cut) Shapes using rectangle in two separated parts

    Hi Carlos,

    Using (menu) Arrange>Break Shapes should do it.

    ...Mike beat me.
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    Default Re: Slice (cut) Shapes using rectangle in two separated parts

    Thanks all for the replies!

    I could achieve the expected result through two steps:
    1- Combine Shapes > Slice (cut) Shapes
    2- Arrange>Break Shapes

    To know if I recorded my screen correctly, since Acorn mentioned the video didn't work for him (http://bit.ly/2tVCGbN), does it worked for the others?

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    Default Re: Slice (cut) Shapes using rectangle in two separated parts

    Quote Originally Posted by cadudesun View Post
    To know if I recorded my screen correctly, since Acorn mentioned the video didn't work for him (http://bit.ly/2tVCGbN), does it worked for the others?
    Carlos, Video works fine here on both IE 11 and Chrome.
    ~Fred

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    Default Re: Slice (cut) Shapes using rectangle in two separated parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred C View Post
    Carlos, Video works fine here on both IE 11 and Chrome.
    Fails on Chrome but works in Edge! So not to worry.

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    Default Re: Slice (cut) Shapes using rectangle in two separated parts

    Thanks a lot guys!!!

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    Default Re: Slice (cut) Shapes using rectangle in two separated parts

    Quote Originally Posted by cadudesun View Post
    Hi,

    I'd appreciate help.
    As showed in this screen-recording (http://bit.ly/2tVCGbN), I have used a rectangle to "Slice (cut) Shapes" on an image, but the remained parts are still connected.
    Is it possible the sliced parts becomes separated from each other?

    Thanks for assistance!
    Carlos
    Yes

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    Default Re: Slice (cut) Shapes using rectangle in two separated parts

    Thanks for the tutorial @wizard509

 

 

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