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I have a background image with linear transparency applied on the top of my image. I would like to replicate the same transparency on the bottom of the image. How can I do this?

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Yes, you can Add or Set Transparency to more then one object.

  1. Select object
  2. Go to Effects > Lens > Transparency
  3. Set rate
  4. Set Color
  5. Click Frozen

Works Like Photoshop.

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Yes, we can do this. Click on the image and then click on interactive transparency tool.

After that, click on edit transparency on the top left corner

http://i.stack.imgur.com/LN52K.jpg

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I can't answer specifically for Corel Draw, but in other vector software, what I'd usually do is use an object on top that has a gradient.

So, I'd place a square shape on top of the map, and then use a gradient of white->transparent->white

Granted, that only works if you intend to have a white background at some point.

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