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Return to the duplicate of the original text, rectangle and photo. Select the text (the text and the photo are still enveloped) and from the Arrange menu, select Convert to Editable Shapes . The text and photo are part of a group. Select Ungroup from the Arrange menu (or Ctrl u). Hold down the Shift key and click once on the photo to remove it from the selection. Group the remaining text (Ctrl g).
Using the Mould Tool, apply a Default Perspective envelope to the Bitmap Trace image and snap the corresponding sides to the photo image that is inserted in the text. When the bitmap trace has been snapped to the photo, hold down the Alt key and click twice (if the bitmap trace is not selected or click once if it is selected) to drill down to the next object, the photo. Delete the photo. Group the bitmap trace, the text and the background rectangle.
Create a 310 pixel square and position it as shown above (shown in red outline). Create 4 small 30 pixels squares and arrange them like window panes over the bottom 1/2 of the bitmap trace.
Select the text and bitmap trace and Arrange > Convert to Editable Shapes.
Clone (Ctrl k) the large square (shown in the red outine). Hold down the Shift key and select the square and the grouped text, background and bitmap trace.
From the Arrange menu, select Combine Shapes... Intersect Shapes. This will leave you with the objects shown above. Drag guidelines from the screen rulers (Ctrl L to show rulers) and snap them to the 4 sides of the square.
Save your drawing and take a short break.