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Duplicate the base rectangle and in the layers tab drag its thumbnail onto the thumbnail of your outer circle to create a mask

Due to the fact that Boris Johnson is now our Prime Minister, punctuation, spelling and grammar will never be worried about ever again.  We now have far bigger problems to be concerned about.

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Same concept as above, but a slightly different execution. No duplicating required.


Select the top four layers and drag them to nest under the rectangle (horizontal blue line will appear.... see attached).







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Hello. I haven't had a chance to study the replies yet but I want to thank everybody for their quick and concise replies. I've posted questions to this forum before and I've only got good things to say about the community. Thanks.

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