Circle as part of pocket area boundary?


I would imagine this Q has been asked before, but I couldn’t find anything (perhaps didn’t try the right search terms). Anyway, I’m trying to create a pocket tool path for an area where which a circle is part of the boundary. I’m selecting four objects/vectors that overlap (I’ve tried joining them too, but that didn’t seem to work either), then clicking the Pocket tool path button – But when I do, and it opens the pocket toolpath dialog box, in the background, I see that it always sets the tool path WITHIN the circle.

I’ve attached a screen shot below indicating where I want the pocket cut.

Any thoughts on how I can accomplish this?

On Build 514 of Carbide Create for Windows.

Thanks in advance,

Ungroup the objects, if need be close each using the “Join Objects” command, then use Boolean Union to make them a single piece of geometry — post the file if you have any difficulties with this.