Now these 3 Nodes will have been moved inward.
Keeping these Nodes selected, click on the Make Selected Nodes Symmetric Icon.
The Line Segment curves.
Click anywhere to deselect the Nodes.
You will see that the Middle Node is slightly lower than the other 2 Nodes.
Select the Middle Node and change its X Coordinate to 5.400".
Now the entire Line Segment appears to have just One Arc instead of 2.
Next select the Top and Bottom Right Nodes and set their X Coordinates to 8.200", so that both Nodes move away from the Right Page Margin.
Place this New Rectangle so that it completely covers the Arc.
Now we will create a Custom Color for this Rectangle.
Move your cursor to the Commands Bar and select the Fill & Stroke Icon.
This opens the Fill & Stroke Docker on the right side of the screen.
On the Fill Tab you will see the RGB Color Values for the Black Rectangle - where R, G, & B are all set to 0.
Set the New Values to R 0, G 128 and B 128.
Hit Enter or click anywhere on the screen to see the New Color. You can see that the Rectangle still has a Black Outline.
On the Fill & Stroke Docker, select the Stroke Paint Tab and apply the same RGB Values.
Now the Rectangle has a Solid Fill.
Select the Lower Selection to Bottom Icon.
This sends the Blue Rectangle behind the Gray Shape.
Another way to create a Duplicate would be to go to the Menu Bar and select Edit > Duplicate.
A third way would be to select the Duplicate Selected Objects Icon from the Commands Bar.
A Duplicate Shape will be created.
It's hard to tell that a Duplicate has been created, but know that it is there.
Change the Fill & Stroke Color of this Duplicate to White.
You can either use the Color Palette at the bottom of the screen or the Fill & Stroke Docker.
Move the White Shape so that its Right Margin aligns with the Right Margin of the Flyer. You can use your Arrow Keys to do this.
Instead of sending this Duplicate all the way to the back of the Flyer, we need to send it just One Layer below.
Select the Lower Selection One Step Icon.
Now that the Flyer has a Background, we can insert an Image next.
This will open the Select File to Import Window. Locate the File that you wish to insert in the document, select it and click Import.
A Window appears asking if you wish to Link or Embed the Image. Select Embed and click OK.
The Imported Image appears with Rotation and Skewing Handles around it.
Set the Image Dimensions on the Tool Controls Bar.
Set Width to 1.97" and Height to 8".
Drag the Image over the Blue Background.
Now we can start adding Text to the Flyer.