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Corel Draw can import Adobe Color Files (.aco), so you should be able to use these colour palettes from Google Design Resources: https://www.google.com/design/spec/resources/color-palettes.htm


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They are basicly adapting to the resolution of the raster image. The basic option is that you turn off the aliasing checkbox on the bottom of the conversion screen. This box apear on every case you are converting a vector into a raster, either inside Corel or PhotoPaint.


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Have you checked your printer's default preferences? When you open the "Print" dialog box, click on "Print Preview" at the bottom left. This should show you rough estimation of what your print output will be. I mention this so that you don't end up printing a bunch of documents, wasting your expensive ink/toner. If it's greyscale, then it's definitely a ...


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A) I think that is an instalation problem. Re install your program. The wizard will ask you if you want to repair or remove the instalation. Choose repair. B) There is a chance you did not install any export format libraries. Look for them in: Tools > Options and in the left column look for Global > Filters. There you can choose wich export/import ...


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I wouldn’t go down the road of trying to support any one particular vector drawing application, because there are so many different apps today. And even any one app may have multiple versions of its format. You would have to buy CorelDraw and Sketch and Graphic and many others to support all of the users who may want your template. There are three ...


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Many stock illustration websites use *.EPS as a format to distribute vector files, but as Rafael mentioned in the other answer, there is no universal option. Make sure to leave your shapes and objects as simple as possible, without resorting to effects and features that you know are unique to a specific program. Also, consider those files as production ...


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The problem is with some specific effects, normally some kind of gradients and shadows that could be rasterized in the PDF file. If you use just flat "design" you will have less issues. But in reality there is no universal file format. If you make a template for Corel it would be nice to have well organized layers. A PDF or EPS file format could loose that ...


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converting the line (and its current thickness) to an object could help, though it would be better to have the line have various thicknesses at different points rather than start, middle and end.


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This is probably because you're using non-borderless Printer (border-type printer). This will always make a margin on your printed paper because the print head can't print on the edge of the paper. You can read printer manual if it really support borderless printing and how to activate that feature on the printer driver software.


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This is probably because you're using CMYK when creating new document, but export as RGB. The output color will be different. First I encountered this problem back in 2005, but after consulting my friend then I know how to fix this problem. Actually CorelDRAW is designed for large printing company & advertising company that heavily depend on CMYK ...


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You can save your .BMP file with Compress(RLE) in Photoshop if you Change you Image Mode to Indexed Color Got To Image Menu > Mode > Indexed Color Accept the Indexed Color option setting (Although you can play with its setting depends on the type of your file and use) then save you file As .BMP. Now you will see the Compress(RLE) Enabled. Go ahead, try, ...


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I have searched for it a lot, and seems theres is not a way to do that. The only way i've found was write a letter in uppercase, set the height - not in the font-size - then start typing. This is not very practical - and i don't know if it will make the text-size right - so i don't think that's the only way.. I also tried to calculate the proportional ...



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