Macro Monday: Table Preset Docker

November 17, 2008

CorelDRAW X4 introduced tables to CorelDRAW. If you have a larger table that you want to format in a specific graphic style, it can take a while to select each row or column and apply the desired formatting. One of Corel’s programmers developed a custom Docker that makes it very easy to format a table in one shot. Along the way, he always describes how any developer can create a custom Docker. The Table Preset Docker can be downloaded for free. A sample screenshot is found at the top of the page while the link for downloading is at the very bottom of the page.

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