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Well, In Corel Draw the commonly known feature in Illustrator called Clip Mask is called Power Clip. You put any vector object or raster image inside of it and you can scale it down because it is now inside the container. I use it for a lot of things, but lets put an example using it as a vector mask. The objects inside will effectively scale with the ...


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That's about .28 mm difference, which could be explained by rasterization. A couple of things could be going on. The pixel grid does not align perfectly to mm, so if you are designing for specific sizes at a very small scale in mm, when you export to a pixel-based format, it will invariably shift in size by one pixel as it rasterizes the vector paths. You ...


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The redimensions could be because some effects are being rasterized, and a rasterized file has jumps in the file dimensions because the unit is not now the mm, but the pixel and the PPI. To avoid rasterization on some elements, especially on transparencies, use a newer version of PDF, that actually accepts the effects and maintain them as vectors. What I ...


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Ok, wait and stop. Two parts here, first the important one. As almost 95% of these cases... You do not mention at all the color profile you are using or need. Corel X7 does a decent job when converting color modes, but you need to have it configured right. Find out what type of paper you are going to use. Mainly coated or uncoated. I am guessing coated. ...


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