On 2015-03-21 20:41, Daniel wrote:
Is there any tutorial of how to draw tutorials (exact degrees) in LO ?
Are the predefined triangles among the standard shapes of no use to you?
You can find them on the "Drawing" toolbar, left from the shapes that
are represented by the smiley.
You could of course also draw three lines and then position them exactly
as you want. Draw a line and then right-click on it. In the dialog
"Position and size" you can set the position of the starting point of
the line and the offset from that point to define the length of the
line. Most probably it will be best to first set the length desired by
drawing a horizontal or vertical line. That way you don't have to
calculate the offsets. In that same dialog there is a "Rotation" tab
that allows you to set the exact angle of the lines. Together this
enables you to create any triangle you might want. It is somewhat
convoluted, but it works.
Once you have the shape you want it might be a good idea to select all
three lines and merge them to one shape. That even allows you do apply
filling, should you want that.
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