A paint object is a Canvas X Draw object that contains an image. Paint objects are always rectangular and the same size as the images they contain. Images are pictures defined by pixels. A scanned photo, TIFF, or Photoshop (.PSD) file, and pictures you paint in Canvas X Draw are all images composed of pixels. Each pixel in an image is a solid color. Pixels can also be semi-transparent or completely clear. You can adjust the color, opacity, and transparency of pixels by using painting tools and commands.
You can perform common object operations, including move, copy, and duplicate, on paint objects. For details, see Working with Objects. Or you can create images entirely in Canvas X Draw by making a new paint object that you can paint in, or creating an image from vector or text objects, as described in this section.
You can import images into Canvas X Draw documents using the following methods: