GDG Quick Size

July 4, 2011

Before we start talking about macros, I want to wish the United States a happy birthday. She is 235 years old today. I hope all of you in the US have a very fun and safe holiday. Meanwhile, I better get to work and write the rest of this post.

How often do you need to change the size of objects in CorelDRAW? Sometimes you just grab the objects handles and drag to whatever you need. When you need an exact size, you may use the Property Bar or the Transformation Docker. Another option is the GDG Quick Size macro. Make sure to look at the product page to see the dialog box and the many options it has. For those working in World Scale, it could be a lifesaver for you. One caution is that it may not work in your version of Windows uses a comma instead of a decimal point.

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