I've never used Draw up to now, but I got a task and thought I could do
it with that. I am reading and viewing tutorials but did not find the
method for the following: how to overlap, combine, or be it called
something else, two objects.
I mean for example: how can I draw a tube that is pushed into a ring.
Ok, I could do it by drawing two tubes, one is above, the other is below
the ring, but can it be done in a simpler and cleverer way?
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- [libreoffice-users] overlap(?) objects in draw · Albert Oszkó
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