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Installing Brushes - Coreldraw Tutorial

This CorelDRAW turorial will show how to install and set up your brushes for CorelDRAW.

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What are Brushes in CorelDRAW? - Coreldraw Tutorial

Learn what brushes are in CorelDRAW with this t-shirt design template video tutorial in CorelDRAW.

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Preview of the Brush Pack - Coreldraw Tutorial

Check out the Advancedtshirts.com CorelDRAW brushes pack with 400 custom brushes you can use to create cool designs and effects for t-shirt designs and templates in CorelDRAW.

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How to create Vectorial Magazine Front Cover in Corel Draw. - Coreldraw Tutorial

Graphic designing is an art and designer must show the creativity. The design should be to the point and having a lot of attraction. Designer has to be careful while using the color scheme, main theme etc. So we are going to tell you how you can create a Magazine cover using Corel Draw. Here we will be using Corel X4 to show better techniques.

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Font Identification - Coreldraw Tutorial

The applications and features described in this tutorial require CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X4 or newer to be installed.



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Creating a Flyer using the Table Tool and Live Text Preview - Coreldraw Tutorial

The applications and features described in this tutorial require CorelDRAW Graphics Suite or newer to be installed.

The most common way to create a layout is to use guidelines to help you align all the elements in the document. But when you need to change the layout, e.g. to add an extra row of pictures, you have to do the layout all over again.

You will save much time and effort by using the table feature in CorelDRAW Graphics Suite to lay out your documents.

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Pixel View & Enhanced Web Graphics - Coreldraw Tutorial

This tutorial has been written for CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite X5. While similar features might be available in previous releases, the tutorial will be fully applicable to CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5 only.

The Pixel view in CorelDRAW lets you create drawings in actual pixel units, providing a much more accurate representation of how a design will appear on the Web.

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Using the Document Color Palette - Coreldraw Tutorial

This tutorial has been written for CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite X5. While some features might be available in previous releases, the tutorial will be fully applicable to CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5 only.

With both CorelDRAW® and Corel® PHOTO-PAINT™, a custom color palette is automatically created on the fly for each design project. The palette is saved with the file to help you keep track of the colors that you use by storing them for future use.

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Advanced Graphics with Mesh Fills - Coreldraw Tutorial

This tutorial has been written for CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite X5. While similar features might be available in previous releases, the tutorial will be fully applicable to CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5 only.

The Mesh Fill tool allows you to create a fill with very subtle changes in color that will add a sense of realism to the object. The vastly improved Mesh Fill tool lets you design multicolored filled objects with more fluid color transitions. With the Smooth Mesh Color option on the property bar, you can achieve color transitions that retain color richness. We’ll take a look at how we can make the most out of this very special tool.

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Exploring CONNECT - Coreldraw Tutorial

This tutorial has been written for CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite X5. While similar features might be available in previous releases, the tutorial will be fully applicable to CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5 only.

Corel® CONNECT is a full-screen browser that synchronizes with both CorelDRAW® and Corel® PHOTO-PAINT™. Corel CONNECT provides an easy way of finding content on your computer, local network, and the Corel content DVD. You can browse or search for clipart, photo images, fonts, symbols, objects and file formats that are supported, as well as content that is not supported, by CorelDRAW Graphics Suite. Once you find the content that you need, you can import it into your document, open it in its associated application, or collect it in a tray for future reference.

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