Creating a New VBA Macro

August 10, 2009

Last week I gave you the basics of how to install macros for CorelDRAW. Today I’m going to provide you the basics for creating your own new VBA macro in CorelDRAW. If you don’t have a programming background, I know this may sound a little bit scary. While I don’t expect a novice to create an extremely complicated macro, I do think they can easily automate several steps to simply their workflow. Read the tutorial for creating a new VBA macro and give it a whirl. If you create something interesting, please leave a comment and let us know!

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