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Two Projects Created With CorelDRAW

I’m going to be speaking in a few weeks at the East Coast Awards and Personalization Expo and I wanted to teach attendees something really cool. I’m going to describe the basics below, but you are welcome to come to the show in person and attend my sessions if you …

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Setting the Correct Page Size in CorelDRAW is Very Important

One of the most overlooked and misunderstood features in CorelDRAW is the imposition feature. I’ll describe a simple example of it and I’ll recommend that you dig in a bit deeper to see the many ways it can help you. Yes, this is especially important for those of you using …

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Do You Have an Effective Sign?

If you are trying to bring people to you, you need an effective sign. While on my summer getaway in Loreto Bay, I saw two really cool signs promoting the towns of Loreto and San Felipe. They may not be the right kind of sign for your needs, but I …

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Information on Windows 10 Anniversary Update and Automatic Updates

A few months ago I wrote How to Disable Automatic Updates in Windows 10. When the Anniversary Update was released for Windows 10, I was asked if the information in that article was still applicable. I didn’t have an immediate answer because I was waiting to be offered the update …

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Phones Are Taking Over, Is Your Web Site Mobile Friendly?

The pendulum has tipped and there are now more Web visits on mobile devices than there are on desktop computers. If someone comes to a site on their phone and it doesn’t work, they simply move on to a competitor with a working mobile site. At right is an example …

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Turn Your Phone When Shooting Photos and Videos

Loyal readers most likely noticed that I wrote very few blogs over the past couple of weeks as I was traveling in Baja, Mexico. Part of the lack of posts was due to spotty Internet connections and part was simply because I was on vacation. But it was a working …

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Convert Graphics to Symbols in CorelDRAW

In Build Your CorelDRAW Files Efficiently, I told you how a blend group of 14 objects could be re-built as 2 objects. One of those objects was the label so it isn’t even part of the circle. Just by doing that, you can make a file more efficient if the …

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Scaled Bitmaps Don’t Have to be Blurry

A few days ago, Jeff Harrison wrote a post entitled Scaled bitmaps on websites = blurry images. If at all possible, we should avoid using a bitmap on a Web site that is scaled. Yet there are times you can’t avoid it when designing a responsive Web site. Let’s look …

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Designing and Successfully Printing Unleashed Envelope

While this post will talk specifically about printing an envelope, it can easily be modified to work with other specialty paper sizes. For a company that is focused around various types of design, it always drove us a little crazy to hand write envelopes. We’ve tried various solutions over the …

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All CorelDRAW Unleashed Titles Now Downloadable

When the first CorelDRAW Unleashed title was released, we felt it was a groundbreaking combination of written material and video tutorials. The size of all the files only made it feasible to deliver on a CD-ROM. Then the files got even bigger to the point it was only possible on …

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