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Matcherator Provides Great Tool For Matching Fonts

If you are like many designers, you often get artwork and you need to determine what font was used for the type in the lousy graphic you were provided. CorelDRAW users have had the built-in ability to use WhatTheFont! for several versions now, but it doesn’t always get you a …

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Start a Project by Building a Color Scheme

When I start on a new project, one of my first tasks is always to nail down the colors to be used. This is especially important when building a Web site so that all the correct colors can be applied in the right places. While some projects may involve coming …

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Vectorizing VJ Properties Logo Required Two Fonts

VJ Properties Logo

Many times when converting a logo, the key is determining the fonts used. With a recent project, I really struggled to find the font. Why? Because there were two different fonts used. Below is the original logo that came from a screenshot of the company’s Web site. I was able …

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Fix CorelDRAW File Corruption? Prevent It!

I had a client ask if I could help recover a corrupt file. While there is a chance of recovering a file right after corruption occurs, the chances get even more slim over time. For those who want a recipe to try and recover corrupt CorelDRAW files, I’ve written previous …

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Cave Creek Contemporary and Kenn Cross Concepts Web Site Makeover

For the full write-up of the makeover recently performed on the Cave Creek Contemporary and Kenn Cross Concepts site, please read Kenn Cross Concepts Web Site Makeover on our sister Web Design Solutions Unleashed site. Below is the home page before the makeover. The original site was attractive, but didn’t …

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Join Me in Las Vegas in March

I looked at my calendar yesterday and realized that in less than a month I’ll be in front of a group of CorelDRAW users in Las Vegas helping them improve their skills. Will you be one of the users in the audience? If you have any questions at all, please …

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Fixing Windows Software Scaling on High DPI Displays

I got a new laptop with Windows 10 and it has an amazing display on it. The new screen is 15.6″ with 3840×2160 pixels. Otherwise known as a 4K screen. To be exact it is the Dell XPS 15. All those glorious pixels come with a downside. Not all software …

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How to Read Kindle Books and Why Are Kindle Books Free?

I’ve recently done some posts where I listed Kindle books that were available for free at the time the post was written. Three Free Kindle Books on Murder, Space and Ghosts Start 2016 With Four Free Kindle Books Eight Free Kindle Books in a Variety of Genres These posts have …

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Closing Dockers in CorelDRAW

Loyal readers are well aware that we moved the unleash.com Web site recently to a new server. This meant that anything attempting to connect to the old content would no longer function. As decisions were made about what content to move forward and what content to leave behind, we looked …

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Sun Visors Etc Makeover With WordPress

It was over a year ago that we built a new site for Sun Visors Etc to replace an online store scheduled to be discontinued. All of the details of this makeover are described in a new post entitled Sun Visors Etc Web Site Makeover on our site Web Design …

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