Fit images into a certain area with CorelDRAW

Written by Jeff Harrison
October 19, 2015

Question: “I want to know how to fill a shape with a graphic that is the same size and space between the graphic. For instance, I have a 4×4″ box. I want to fill the box with 10 small graphics that are the same. how do I do this? I know how to duplicate but I don’t know how to fill it with equal size graphics and space.”

Jeff writes: “Think of the math… we know that a square divided into 3 x 3 would get 9 images into a square. But… you want 10. So, the only way is to change some spacing to make it work. But the images won’t all be exact size.” Here’s a video:

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Jeff Harrison

Jeff Harrison is a media "Jack-of-all-trades", familiar with most of the major media applications on the Windows platform. Whether it's 2D/print, 3D, audio, video, or web-related - he's working on mastering everything that comes his way. He's a past Alpha and Beta tester for Corel, and has instructed students from all over the world. He runs the popular MacroMonster.com site, the #1 place for CorelDRAW macros. Also check out his youtube page, and his gallery at coreldraw.com.

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