Macro Monday: Jeff’s SuperFill

March 30, 2009

I’ve always felt that the Full Color Pattern Fills and the Bitmap Pattern Fills in CorelDRAW are underused. A big part of that is that many users aren’t aware they exist or how useful they can be. Users who have found them may still not use them because of the less than useful patterns that are supplied with CorelDRAW.

Jeff’s SuperFill makes it much easier to use any graphics in CorelDRAW as a fill with just a couple of clicks. In that respect, it doesn’t add any functionality, it just makes it easier. That alone is worth something. But the real power is that this macro can do things you can’t do with the built-in fill types. Those features don’t support all types of objects and definitely don’t support transparency. Jeff’s SuperFill supports anything you can create in CorelDRAW. That makes it even more valuable. If you want to create some really cool fills, you’ll love this macro.

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