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Move It While Drawing

Does that title mean anything to you? I bet not. It is probably pretty confusing. What I’m talking about it moving an object while drawing it in CorelDRAW. There is one huge gotcha with this feature. You have to be using a mouse. I can’t get it to work at …

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Duplicate Offset

In the last week I’ve had several users ask me about modifying the duplicate offset value in CorelDRAW. In every case the desire was to change the offset to zero. So this tip is very short and sweet. You don’t need to change the duplicate offset value at all. Simply …

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Weld Text

I had a user ask me a question about a week ago and the answer is something that may benefit many of you. He was wondering if there was a way to type text in a script font and somehow turn it into something that only had the outlines of …

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Personalized Shortcut Key List

From time to time I get users asking me for a list of all of the shortcut keys available in CorelDRAW. Unfortunately there is no list of shortcut keys that will ever be accurate for all users. This is because users can create and modify shortcut keys to their liking. …

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The Number of Pixels Matters

I recently received an e-mail from a reader of my CorelDRAW X4 Unleashed book. He described an all too common problem that is easily remedied when you understand the importance of the number of pixels in an image. Yes, this is explained in the CorelDRAW X4 Unleashed book, I’m guessing …

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10 Traits You Should Possess if You Want to be a Good Photographer

Regular readers surely know by now that I’ve spent a lot of time in the last few months trying to improve my photography skills. I ran across a very good blog post yesterday entitled 10 Traits You Should Possess if You Want to be a Good Photographer. In reading through …

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Is CorelDRAW Awkward?

The folks at Vectortuts ran an article recently asking if CorelDRAW was awkward. I know I’m biased and I don’t think it is awkward at all. I’m sure many of you feel the same way. Others probably disagree. I’ll post a few of my thoughts on the article and the …

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How to Get Paid for your Flickr Photos

Many of you work with photos and I’m guessing that you would like ways to monetized at least some of those photos. I ran across a great blog post at Photopreneur that describes How to Get Paid for your Flickr Photos. Obviously the more quality photos you have in your …

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Keyword Your CorelDRAW Files

When you create a file in CorelDRAW and save it, do you make sure to include keywords in the file? I’m guessing most of you not only don’t include keywords, you may not even realize their importance. Today I’m going to try and clear that up for you. First, we …

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How Many Megapixels Do You Need?

The relationship between pixels and dpi seems to confuse many users. If you are confused, I highly recommend you read K.N. Pepper’s DPI, PPI, Pixels – Facts and Fallacies before you continue. When users are looking at digital cameras, they want to know the largest print they can print with …

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