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Export a File - Coreldraw Tutorial

You can export any portion of your document as many different types of files. You can export one object, or the whole page. A complete description of what file types available and which attributes can be exported is well outside the scope of this tutorial. In fact, that topic could easily fill an entire book. The important thing to remember though, is that exporting is like translating languages. You are taking CorelDraw language and converting it to a language other programs can understand. When you export, it is important to know where the image will be used.

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Edit Bitmap Import - Coreldraw Tutorial

Edit Bitmap Import - CorelDraw basic tutorial.

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Edit Vector Import - Coreldraw Tutorial

Edit Vector Import - CorelDraw basic tutorial.

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Import a File - Coreldraw Tutorial

Learn how to import files in CorelDraw. Basic lesson.

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Import and Export Overview - Coreldraw Tutorial

Import is not to be confused with opening a file. When you import a file, you bring it into your current document. You do not affect the original import file in any way, no matter which changes you make - in effect, you borrow a copy to use in your document. When you open a file and make changes, those changes are saved. You can import an astonishing variety of file types into CorelDraw, with many fully editable.

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Selecting Objects - Coreldraw Tutorial

In CorelDraw, you must select an object before you can apply any change. Your selection tells the program that you want an effect applied to that object. You can select one object, a group of objects, or the whole page, and whatever you apply to the selection will happen to every selected object. The Pick Tool is the main selection tool, used for moving, resizing, and applying most effects. The Shape Tool is primarily for selecting and manipulating nodes within objects. The Text Tool is used for editing text.

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Reducing the Number of Nodes in Curve Objects - Coreldraw Tutorial

Did you know that you can automatically reduce the number of nodes in curve objects? Often, complex curve objects contain overlapping or redundant nodes that are not necessary for editing the object. By reducing the number of nodes in a curve object, you can more easily edit and prepare it for output to a variety of devices and file formats.

The steps below show you how easy it is to automatically reduce the number of nodes in a curve object without compromising the object's quality.

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Positioning Objects as You Draw - Coreldraw Tutorial

Here's a time saving trick! Did you know that you can position an object with any object-creation tool (any tool found in Rectangle, Ellipse, Object, or Perfect Shapes flyout) without having to go to the Toolbox? This tip is particularly useful if your drawing contains several objects.

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Fast Ways to Copy and Position Objects - Coreldraw Tutorial

If you want to copy one or more objects within CorelDRAW® X3, you can use a faster method than copying and pasting. Here are two fast ways to copy objects:

* Use the Duplicate command.
* Use the new Step and Repeat docker to create and position multiple copies at one time.

Let's take a closer look at these options.

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Cropping Graphics - Coreldraw Tutorial

Whether you are working with a drawing or an imported bitmap, the new Crop tool lets you remove portions of your graphic quickly and easily. You no longer need to ungroup objects, break linked groups apart, or convert objects to curves to remove unwanted areas in a graphic.

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