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In its first versions, the CDR file format was a completely proprietary file format primarily used for vector graphic drawings, recognizable by the first two bytes of the file being "WL". Starting with CorelDraw 3, the file format changed to a Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF) envelope, recognizable by the first four bytes of the file being "RIFF", and a "CDR*vrsn" in bytes 9 to 15, with the asterisk "*" being just a blank in early versions.[57] Beginning with CorelDraw 4 it included the version number of the writing program in hexadecimal ("4" meaning version 4, "D" meaning version 13). The actual data chunk of the RIFF remains a Corel proprietary format.




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Hello, I have the some problem. My computer went down so bought a new one. Then installed from a disc corel11 and it closes down if I grab and drag. Also closes if I import a pic. So there is no fix? If not what version of corel should I look at???


The goal, once again, was to cut the time that designers traditionally had to spend on their creations. For instance, the symmetry drawing mode let users automatically create objects from simple shapes to complex kaleidoscopes, saving a huge amount of time in the design process.


It is believed that CorelDraw is more flexible than other similar professional-grade programs and is much more intuitive. This is the reason why many artists choose to learn how to draw exactly with Corel. It is quite easy to use and once you learn the basics you can start modifying the drawing style and brush shapes.


Before we talk about the symbol tool and file size, let’s look at how CorelDRAW does when it comes to keeping file sizes in check. Typically CorelDRAW has done an excellent job of keeping file sizes down. If you try to compress a file with a zip program, the size doesn’t change that much. Also if you have an image in Corel that you duplicate, the resulting file size is almost negligible. For example, let’s say I have a file with one photo in it. The file size is 410K. If I duplicate the color photo in the file, the file size becomes 411K. The difference between the two files is quite negligible. So CorelDRAW does a good job of keeping file sizes down when you duplicate objects. As mentioned earlier, the symbol function allows us to easily reuse objects in documents. When I first heard of this function, I imagined having a collection of my most commonly used images at my finger tips — sort of like using the symbols and special symbols docker. It is quite easy to create a symbol. Figure 1 lists four files that I created in CorelDRAW. The “single” files that were created contained eight images. The non-symbol file is the eight images just created in Corel. The symbol file is the same file with the same images in the file but they are in the symbols library. The second set of files marked “double” had each image duplicated four times. You will notice that the files that use the symbols are slightly bigger. The file size reduction only seems to come into effect if you export the file to a flash format (which we do not use in our industry). Aside from the file size issue, I like this feature because you can take all those images that you typically import into your jobs and keep a repository. When you need to retrieve one of these images, all you need to do is cut and paste the symbol into your new drawing. The only thing that I would like to see with this tool is that it be made accessible to other drawings, so that you just have to drag and drop the image into your drawing without opening the file that holds the symbol library. Right now you have to save a file that holds the symbols and open it every time you want to use a symbol. Figure 2 shows a file set up with the symbols I used. For those that use the symbol and special character docker it is now the “Insert Character” and can be found in the “Text” menu.


Smudge & Roughen Brushes These brushes are designed to allow you to quickly modify an existing shape. These tools are pressure sensitive and work best with a tablet. Smudge Brush — Applies to curved objects. This tool smudges the outline of an object. Roughen Brush — Also applies to curved objects. This tool creates a so-called “ripple” in the affected area of the curve that is selected. Roughen brush can easily create a motion blur effect. See Figure 3. 3-Point Drawing Tools CorelDRAW has included three new 3-point drawing tools. These tools allow you to accurately create, position and angle one of the three new tools with just two clicks. The three tools are: • 3-Point Ellipse tool • 3-Point Rectangle tool • 3-point Curve tool These three tools make drawing any of these predefined shapes considerably easier than before. They function more like similar tools found in CAD programs. This is a welcome addition. PolyLine Tool — The new PolyLine tool now combines the various modes of the freehand tool. You can now click and drag and alternate between curved and straight lines. This makes it a lot easier when you are tracing out a logo. Pen Tool — Not to be outdone by the PolyLine tool, Corel also added the Pen tool to its arsenal. This tool gives greater control over your drawing abilities. It is now a lot easier to create straight lines and curves. Enhanced Text Features Formatting Options — One of the problems with importing text through the file import command or cutting and pasting is that you lose certain aspects of the original text. CorelDRAW 11 now gives us three options when we are importing text (see Figure 4). The first is to maintain the fonts and formatting of the original text. The second is to discard the fonts and keep formatting. Or third, you can discard all the font and formatting information. Figure 4 shows the dialogue box that comes up. If you find yourself having to bring customer-supplied formatted text into Corel, this can be an excellent feature that can save you time. The problem is, it didn’t always work when I tried it! I cut and pasted a drop case sentence from Microsoft Word and told Corel to maintain the fonts and formatting. However, CorelDRAW lost the drop case information. So be careful with this one.


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The CorelDraw recovery tool reads damaged *.cdr file in several ways, using different algorithms for CDR repair. All objects recovered from a bad drawing are available later for preview on the second page in the software.


Enterprise clients can take advantage of volume licensing options and maintenance, which offer benefits including software deployment and virtualization support. For more info, visit www.coreldraw.com/business.


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