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Creating Graphics for a Full Screen PDF Presentation - Coreldraw Tutorial

Creating graphics for a full screen PDF presentation in CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite X3.

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Using a Matte Color When Creating Transparent GIFs - Coreldraw Tutorial

Using a matte color for a background will help blend the edges of anti-aliased objects when making transparent GIFs

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Coffee Cup Animation - Coreldraw Tutorial

This is an easy animation you can do with CorelDRAW®. This tutorial uses CorelDRAW 8 or 9 to create the frames and Adobe® ImageReady™ to animate them. For those who don't have ImageReady, you can use any other animation program to make the animated GIF.

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Animated Egyptian Eye - Coreldraw Tutorial

Animated Egyptian Eye With CorelDRAW. This is an intermediate level tutorial.

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Design Your Own Picture Frames - Coreldraw Tutorial

Whether you use the majority of your digital photos for personal albums or professional layouts, you can add interest and creative flair by applying frames. You can do this quickly and easily in Corel PHOTO-PAINT 12 (or any recent version) by using a simple filter effect.

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Enhance Your Digital Photography - Coreldraw Tutorial

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use Corel PHOTO-PAINT 12 with your digital camera. We'll go over the entire process: downloading your photos from your camera to Corel PHOTO-PAINT, accomplishing brightness and contrast adjustments, performing point and click color correction, touching up with blurring and sharpening, and cleaning up problem areas with the Clone Tool.

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Is It Time for a Pen Tablet? - Coreldraw Tutorial

If you're one of the millions of professional illustrators, designers, or layout artists who use CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite, you're already familiar with how versatile the tools are in CorelDRAW® and Corel PHOTO-PAINT®. But if you're still trying to produce artistic strokes with a standard mouse, you've probably had your share of frustrating drawing sessions, and the sore wrist to go with it. After all, your typical mouse has all the drawing grace of a brick. Let's take a look at a not-so-new - but much smarter - alternative that will enable you to extend your drawing abilities and produce a better result.

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Fixing Sunny Day Shadows and Color Casts - Coreldraw Tutorial

Whether you're a professional, a tourist or just a weekend photo hobbyist, there's nothing like taking a few pictures in the great outdoors. Sometimes, though, that sunshine you enjoy can hamper your photographic efforts. The bright light and harsh shadows may hide the person, place, or thing you specifically want to capture.

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Using Powerclips - Coreldraw Tutorial

We all know that Corel DRAW is great for illustration and for drawing shapes. Wouldn't it be great if we could use those shapes in combination with bitmaps, say photographs for example, to create some interesting and original artwork. It might be nice to be able to place a photograph inside a shape so we could use that in a newsletter, brochure or poster. "Masking" off the bitmap with a shape (and the shape can be pretty much anything you can create in Corel DRAW, including text) would be pretty fancy and you might expect it to be difficult to do. You may be surprised to find, then, how easy it is to accomplish in Corel DRAW. Embedding shapes or other objects, such as bitmaps, within other shapes or objects is called PowerClipping in Corel DRAW and it's fairly easy to do. Once you've added a PowerClip to another shape or image, you can manipulate the entire object as though it was just another simple shape. You can rotate and resize the object, for example, and you can even modify the embedded object. This tutorial will show you how this can be accomplished with relative ease.

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The Color Wheel: Neon - Coreldraw Tutorial

Since CorelDRAW® acquired the ability to blend objects way back when, we've been able to create a neon glow effect. But there was always something missing. Specifically, the appearance of the glass tubing in which the electronically changed neon gas is contained.

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