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Create bulk QR codes and barcodes in CorelDRAW

The video explains it all. When you’re ready, buy e-cut here. Thanks!  

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Shelby’s Autosize Macro – What’s it for?

This is a macro I’ve used – for years – in order to see how artwork will look on a vehicle or storefront etc.. It’s very helpful for the creative process. Customers also have a much better idea of what you’re proposing. When the artwork during the design stage is …

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Ecut 6 has some updates

There are several useful updates in version most useful: nesting. Added (as before) the height of the resulting output block. The unused area will be crossed out. You can select best result from list. You can make several attempts and select best version using arrows, nesting will save them …

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Business Card Mock up – 3D

A user at the Coreldraw.com forums had an interesting challenge.    Here’s how I did it: I used this macro.  Other examples:

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rStones 3 Released Today!

After months of work, it’s ready! New features, new code, faster results! We’re convinced (based on our enthusiastic customers) that this is the most popular rhinestone macro for CorelDRAW. CLICK HERE to Discover rStones 3. Maybe you already own a previous version? There’s a upgrade version available too – check …

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eCut 6 released today!

Many of you know about the amazing power in ecut. Of special note is the brand-new variable data / variable imaging / Barcode module. It’s only available in eCut 6! Main purpose is to copy template and replace its parts with text, images, QR codes, Bar codes or URLs. All …

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A super-talented friend

Kelly Gannon, now here’s a great guy. He made a cool drawing of me, and had nice things to say! Go see here. Kelly has drawn caricatures for numerous major corporate events as well as drawing in Disneyland and Disney-Burbank Studios, and as far away as the Caribbean, and the …

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