Reverse path direction
All paths, whether open or closed, have a direction, from their start points to their end points. This attribute is made most obvious when you apply a brush stroke that has a distinct start and end. The path direction can also determine how a complex or compound object is filled, depending on the fill rules for the path.
To change the direction of a path
In the Toolbox, click the Reverse Path tool .
Click anywhere on the path.
You can also select a path, and then, on the Object menu, click Reverse Path or press CTRL+R.
If you reverse a compound path, Microsoft Expression Design reverses the direction of every subpath.