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Inkscape - How to Join Two Segments at Endnodes

Two segments

To combine two different paths into one path, you need to join the endnode of one path to the endnode of the other path. To join two endnodes, overlap the two endnodes on top of each other, then combine the paths, then join the endnodes. These steps assume that you have already drawn two line segments e.g. using the Bezier Curves and straight lines tool.

Overlap the two endnodes

1. Use the Edit path nodes tool Edit path nodes tool to overlap the endnode of one path on top of the endnode of the other path. The more accurately they overlap the more successful the node joining will be. You may need to zoom in to get greater accuracy.

Select both segments

2. Use the Select objects tool Select object tool to draw a box around both segments.

3. In the main menu select Path | Combine.

4. With the combined segments still selected, click on the Edit path nodes tool Edit path nodes tool to display all nodes in both segments.

Join selected nodes

5. With the Edit path nodes tool still selected, draw a box around the nodes that you want to join. (The box outline may not appear, but the endnodes have been selected).

6. Click on the Join selected endnodes button Join selected endnodes button in the toolbar.

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