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Constructing and Drawing Paths 

A path is a sequence of graphics primitives (lines, rectangles, curves, text, and the like) that can be manipulated and drawn as a single unit. A path can be divided into figures that are either open or closed. A figure can contain several primitives.

You can draw a path by calling the DrawPath method of the Graphics class, and you can fill a path by calling the FillPath method of the Graphics class.

In This Section

How to: Create Figures from Lines, Curves, and Shapes

Shows how to use a GraphicsPath to create figures.

How to: Fill Open Figures

Explains how to fill a GraphicsPath.

How to: Flatten a Curved Path into a Line

Shows how to flatten a GraphicsPath.

Reference

GraphicsPath

Describes this class and contains links to all of its members.

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