File Name Inserter

January 24, 2011

When you are working on a CorelDRAW file, have you ever had a need to have the name of the file appear somewhere in the file? Some of you may know that there is an option in the Print dialog box to add this when printing, but it would be outside of the page. Another way to do it is to use the File Name Inserter macro. You can position the file name at any of seven positions on the page. there is an option to choose the font size of the text and the margin from the edge of the page. Should you have a need to have file names on the page, this macro may be for you.

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