With the Smart Vector Fill tool you can apply a fill to overlapping areas of vector objects. The tool creates a closed vector object which is equivalent to the area defined by multiple vector segments.
Click an overlapping area of the vector objects to create the vector fill object.
In this example, the triangle and rectangle overlap areas on the circle. The Smart Vector Fill tool has been used to create vector fill objects for the overlapping areas.
Arrange the objects by moving them forward or backward in relation to the other objects. Right-click an object and select Arrange | Bring to Front, Send to Back, Shuffle Up, or Shuffle Down.
Select a level of tolerance. This value sets the threshold for how close vector segments need to be before an area is considered enclosed.