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This should be simple to do, but I'm having no luck figuring it out.

In Coreldraw, I want to out the document path on my titleblock, similar to what you'd see on the gutter of an engineering drawing.

An example would be C:\users\jmac\121121_figure1.cdr, and I'd like it to update itself when the document opens.

Any help appreciated.

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Maybe this can be of help:

If you click on the file in Explorer and then right click and get properties, highlight and copy the path and then paste into CDR as a text string. Not very elegant but it works.

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This question in the Corel forums also has a video (haven't checked it though) that explains how to use macros.

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