Transformations of Paths

Paths are defined using logical units and current transformations. (If the SetWorldTransform function has been called, the logical units are world units; otherwise, the logical units are page units.) An application can use world transformations to scale, rotate, shear, translate, and reflect the lines and Bézier curves that define a path.

Note A world transformation within a path bracket only affects those lines and curves drawn after the transformation was set. It will have no affect on those lines and curves that were drawn before it was set. For a description of the world transformation, see Coordinate Spaces and Transformations.

An application can also use SetWorldTransform to outline the shape of the pen used to outline a path if the pen is a geometric pen. For a description of geometric pens, see Pens.

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