I draft sewing patterns in CorelDraw 2021 and I'm attempting to create an 8.5" x 11" paper size tiled PDF that has some overlap with the pages to the right and underneath...for those who don't know, this is done in the sewing pattern world to assemble a sewing pattern without having to cut anything off of each page. In Adobe Illustrator and Affinity Designer, you can just line up a bunch of 8.5" x 11" artboards and overlap them on two sides, then dump the entire pattern on top of the artboards.
I've pulled it off in Affinity Designer, but I find Designer very annoying to work with and the exported PDF has the size layers all cut up...one for each size AND page...for 16 sizes and 16 pages, so it results in 256 layers. Obviously not what I want!
I can't seem to figure out the equivalent process in CorelDraw; this is where I draft, so I would prefer to keep everything in one spot if possible. When I paste the pattern on top of my overlapping Pages, it only shows up on one page and not all of them. Using Master Layer also doesn't work, as it just makes all the pages the same.
I would love if someone could help me with this...I have attached a screenshot of the PDF I made using Affinity Designer to show you what I'm trying to do. Again, the layers repeat in the list on the left for each size and page, which is not what I want, but otherwise the appearance of the PDF will hopefully show you what I'm trying to achieve.