Brian Davies Layers for CorelDRAW X4 and X5

September 12, 2011

Any time a feature works the same way for a long period of time, you develop a workflow that gets the job done. Layers in CorelDRAW worked pretty much the same way for a number of versions. They weren’t perfect, but they were efficient for the majority of users. In CorelDRAW X4, Corel made some major changes to layers that were seen as a positive for some users and a severe negative for others. Tasks that were once easy had become quite tedious to accomplish.

Brian Davies Layers for CorelDRAW X4/X5 provides a number of features that Corel doesn’t provide natively. With this macro, you can accomplish the same tasks you’ve always done and many more. Create new layers on every page, consolidate layers, delete layers and much more. Best of all, this macro is completely free!

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