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I'm new to Inkscape.

I want to align/uniformly distribute vertical lines within a rectangle. So that the space between the lines is all the same distance.

For example, if I have a 300x400 pixel rectangle and 4 lines, I want to distribute them with same distance inside the rectangle, but I couldn't do. Instead, they were aligning with each other. I put my output below.

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  • Not certain I understand. So, you want the vertical lines to be evenly distributed within the enclosing rectangle?
    – Scott
    Oct 31, 2019 at 17:35
  • Yes, what you say is right. I wanted to do it, but I couldn't.
    – Shmn
    Oct 31, 2019 at 17:42

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Try following:

  1. Now you have this: enter image description here

  2. Turn on snapping, and add 2 more lines at the ends of rectangle:

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  1. Distribute 6 lines:

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  1. Finally, remove helpers:

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