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"Required source file not found" error message during installation
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This error message may occur more than once. This occurs when one of more drives are running
in MS-DOS Compatibility Mode. To verify your computer is running in this ...
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Installing Symbols in CorelDRAW 8™
Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, and double-click the Fonts icon. 3. Click File, Install New
Font. 3. In the Drives list box, change to the CD-ROM drive. 4. ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200276.htm
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Colors display differently than in previous versions
Color Management, and disable the Calibrate Colors for Display check box. Answer: Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200277.htm
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Diagnosing Invalid Page Faults (IPFs)
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This document is designed solely to assist the in the detection and correction of memory conflicts,
incorrect system configuration or device incompatibilities. The ...
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Slow Printing of Rotated or Scaled Bitmaps
The Raster Image Processsor (RIP) has to rotate each pixel as it prints the image; this can also
increase the print spool file size. Answer: Once the bitmap has been ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200327.htm
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Improving Grayscale Output using a PostScript® Printer
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Click Start, Settings and select Printers. 2. Right-click PostScript® printer and select Properties. 3.
Select the Graphics tab. 4. Enable "Use Settings Below" and ...
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Connector Lines Place Incorrectly after Scrolling the Page
Select the connector line tool and draw a line. If you draw another connector line after scrolling
the page, using any increment, the lines drawn may not be placed ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200330.htm
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Grayscale Bitmaps Separate on All Plates
When printing a document that contains a grayscale image out to separations, the grayscale
image appears on all the plates. Answer: This issue is fixed in the latest ...
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Unable to Apply Round Endcaps to Both Ends of a Curve
Using the Outline Pen tool to apply rounded endcaps on a line or curve results in only one end
having a rounded endcap. The other end of the line or the curved segment ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200332.htm
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''Coreldrw caused a divide error in module crlctl80.dll''
Coreldrw caused a divide error in module crlctl80.dll' DocumentID: 200333 Revision Date:
11/19/99 6:17:12 PM The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ ...
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File (1024)"
Error Exists in This Help File. Contact the Vendor for an Updated Help File (1024)" DocumentID:
200334 Revision Date: 20-Nov-98 12:29:36 PM The information in this ...
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The Object Information and Details Disappear on Status Bar
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons provided ...
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Unable to Set Removable Drives as Additional Swap Disks
Under Tools, Options, Memory, a removable harddrive will not be recognized for use as an
additional swap disk. Answer: In Windows® 95/Windows 98 and Windows NT® 4.0, ...
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TrueType® Font Sizes of 18 Points or Less Print Jagged on a PostScript® Device
Options and select the Options tab). 3. In the Special Settings list, find Bitmap Font Size
Threshold (PS). The default size is 75 pixels which corresponds to 18 ...
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Exchange 6/7 CMX file format. Click, File, Export, and select Corel Presentation Exchange 6/7
CMX as the Save as Type. Details: This issue is fixed in CorelDRAW 8.369, ...
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"Capture has been interrupted" Error on Windows NT® 4.0
Capture has been interrupted" may occur, and the resulting file is not created. Answer: 1.
Rename or delete the capture.ini file located in x:\corel\graphics8\config ...
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''Out of Memory'' Message Appears When Scanning in CorelDRAW 8
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Scan at a lower resolution. 3. Make sure you are using a 32-bit scanner driver. 4. If the computer
has 32 MB RAM or more, try adding the following lines to the [VCache] ...
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The Fountain Fill Preview Window Displays Black
When applying a Fountain Fill, the preview window in the Fountain Fill dialog box shows black,
but the fill displays correctly on the page. Answer: The display setting ...
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An Error Occurs When Using the "Publish to Internet" Wizard
Invalid Page Fault (IPF) may occur when finishing the process. Answer: To resolve this, 1. Click
File, Publish to Internet 2. Click "Use Internet Dialog" button This ...
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Incomplete Toolbars, Toolbox and Menus
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Advanced button to find this setting. Details: Product specifications, packaging, technical support
and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail ...
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Images Disappear When Scrolling in CorelTUTORÖ
This issue is fixed in CorelDRAW 8.369, the latest build of CorelDRAW 8. The update can be
downloaded from Corel's FTP site at ftp.corel.com, or you may order the ...
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Unable to Fill an Object in CorelDRAWÖ 8
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Fill to an object, no color appears. Answer: There may be three possibilities: 1. The display is set
to Wireframe: click View and make sure that Wireframe is not ...
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"Check Lock Failed" Error Message When Launching CorelDRAWÖ 8 or Corel PHOTOPAINTÖ 8
Check Lock Failed", appears. Answer: This version of CorelDRAW or Corel PHOTO-PAINT is a
time-limited trial version, and the time limit has expired. Details: Product ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200351.htm
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Unable to Install CorelDRAW™ 8 Revision Patch B
Click Start, Find, Files or Folders and search for SETUP32.DLL. It will likely be in the
\windows\system or Windows® folder. 2. Once found, rename this file OLDSETUP32.OLD ...
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Unable to Preview Thumbnails on a Networked Drive
Resave the file, and restart CorelDRAW 8. Details: Product specifications, packaging, technical
support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200353.htm
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A Thin line Prints Around Bitmaps in CorelDRAW™ 8 & Corel PHOTO-PAINT&#1753; 8
This issue has been fixed in the latest build of CorelDRAW 8, build 8.369. The update can be
downloaded from the Corel FTP site at ftp.corel.com or you may order ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200354.htm
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Property Bar Tips & Keyboard Shortcuts
Property Bar will affect the object currently selected. Tips Draw a 1"x1" square. Select the
Horizontal coordinates on the Property Bar, and type in +2.75. Select ...
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Tip for Starting Windows® 95 in Safe Mode
Windows 98 in Safe Mode to trouble shoot a problem. To resovle this issue, do the following: 1.
Insert a non-bootable disk in the floppy drive and restart your system. ...
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Two-Color Bitmap Pattern Fills Missing In CorelDRAW™ 8
Corel FTP site, at ftp:/ftp.corel.com/pub/CorelDRAW/DRAW8Suite/ 2. Select file coreldrw.bpt 3.
Make sure CorelDRAW 8 is closed, and open Windows® Explorer 4. Select ...
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Unable to Uninstall CorelDRAW 8 Suite
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The Corel Uninstall Wizard has detected the following Corel applications running on your system.
Please close the following applications and restart the Uninstaller_Corel ...
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How do I access the Auto F/X™ Photo/Graphic Edges™ ?
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Click on the Bitmaps menu and choose Plug-Ins, Auto F/X, and then Photo/Graphic Edges 3.0 2.
In the Auto F/X dialogue, choose "Select outset effect" 3. Select desired ...
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Changing Screen Frequencies in CorelDRAW™ 8
Please read the additional information section first before proceeding. The object needs to be
filled with a spot color before any frequencies can be set. 1. Select ...
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Fitting Text to a Path in CorelDRAW™ 8
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Select the Ellipse tool, and draw a circle on the blank page. 3. Select the Text tool, single-click the
page and then type in Artistic text. 4. Select both the text ...
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Unable to Set Up Labels in Page Setup in CorelDRAW™ 8
When you select the Labels section in Page Setup, it appears that there are no labels available.
Answer: The program has been installed to a custom folder using a ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200397.htm
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Errors When Opening Kodak FlashPix Files from Kodak Digital Cameras
When you double-click the file you might receive this error message: PHOTOHSE caused an
invalid page fault in module FPXLIB.DLL . This error message can be sometimes ...
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Wininet.dll is Linked to a Missing .DLL File in CorelDRAW™ 8
The application will fail to launch, and the error message Wininet.dll is linked to a missing .dll file
will appear. Answer: 1. Click Start, Programs, MS-DOS Prompt. ...
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Unable to Access the CorelDRAW™ 8 Clipart Folder
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons provided ...
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Encapsulated PostScript® FAQs
The three types are Encapsulated Postscript (EPS), Postscript Interpreted (PS, PRN, EPS) and
Adobe Illustrator (AI). Answer: Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) EPS is ...
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When Importing an EPS file, a Box Appears on the Screen
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When importing the EPS file, a box appears on the screen. The artwork cannot be edited and the
resolution is terrible. Answer: When you import an EPS file using the ...
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Bitmaps or Fills Not Printing When Overlapping Other Objects
Some bitmaps or fills do not print when placed over other objects. Answer: To resolve this, click
Start, Settings, Printers. Click the printer icon, and click File, ...
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Printer spool errors
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Why do I get printer Spool file errors when I print? Answer: This error is commonly caused by the
\WINDOWS\SPOOL folder becoming too full or unable to accept new ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200498.htm
Transparent Bitmaps in Corel PHOTO-PAINT 8 and CorelDRAW 8
Corel applications because there are several different ways of making the background pixels of
the image transparent so that the graphics laying behind the image ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200506.htm
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Changing Default Settings in CorelDRAW 8
Click Layout, Graphics & Text Styles . 3. Click the desired default object type from the list, e.g.,
Default Graphic, and right-click. 4. Click Properties. 5. From ...
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Installing True Type Fonts
The True Type font engine is an integral component of Windows95, 98, NT, ME and 2000.
Therefore, a third-party font manager is not required to use True Type fonts ...
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Print overrun error when printing
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Why is my printer generating a Print Overrun error message? Answer: This message sometimes
occurs with non-PostScript HP LaserJet printers. To resolve this, click ...
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Separations indicate CMYK values when using Spot colors
Why do my separations contain CMYK values. I thought my original file only contained Spot
colors? Where are these CMYK colors coming from? Answer: The most common ...
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Accessing Clipart & Symbols
There are over 40,000 clipart images and symbols in CorelDRAW 8. Importing is the primary
method of accessing the clipart in CorelDRAW products for use within a document. ...
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Graphics Display in a Wireframe Mode in CorelDRAW™
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Update your video adapter driver with the latest driver from the manufacturer. If you already have
the latest video driver and are still experiencing this issue, ...
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''Error opening file Coreldrw.cpl'' when launching Draw 8 (Win NT4)
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Error opening file Coreldrw.cpl' when launching Draw 8 (Win NT4) DocumentID: 200620 Revision
Date: 11/19/99 6:13:04 PM The information in this document applies to: ...
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''Error opening file Coreldrw.cpl'' when launching Draw 8 (Win NT4)
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Error opening file Coreldrw.cpl' when launching Draw 8 (Win NT4) DocumentID: 200621 Revision
Date: 15-Feb-99 11:54:03 AM The information in this document applies ...
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Cannot Access ''Advanced'' and ''AutoTrapping'' Printing Options.
Cannot Access 'Advanced' and 'AutoTrapping' Printing Options. DocumentID: 200659 Revision
Date: 2/8/00 7:35:26 AM The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ ...
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Problem editing Postscript fills (Hatching and Crosshatching)
When changing the width of lines with Hatching and Crosshatching postscrit fills the line width
does not change. Answer: Right click on the object with the postscript ...
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Paper Type/Size does not change in the Property Bar.
Paper Type/Size does not change in the Property Bar. DocumentID: 200667 Revision Date:
11/30/99 10:37:28 AM The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ ...
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Missing objects when importing a PDF file
When a importing a PDF file into Draw 8 as a Portable Document Format some objects are
missing. Answer: There is a workaround if you open the file in Acrobat Reader ...
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Smart heap error when printing
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Customer does a custom install just with CorelDraw 8 and the filters. He loads a complex file such
as "huntress.cdr" (sample file) and tries to print. As the file ...
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Seperations Not Outputing Correctly For EPS Files
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Add a line of (magenta) text. Export to EPS, When printing the TIFF separates into 4 plates, there
should be a greyscale plate Answer: 1. When importing the Tiff ...
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Shape Tool Not Cropping BMP
Move the Top left hand node a 1 mm downwards. The line moves below the image border
however the image is not cropped. Answer: Workaround: After moving the nodes to ...
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Installation Error ''Exception OE has Occured''
This problem usually occurs when the customer is using a Cyrix processor or any procssor that
doesn't use floating points. Answer: Change the processor to one that ...
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Cannot find Dream 3D
Customer did a full installation of the suite however cannot find Dream. Answer: Dream is not
installed by default. A seperate installation must be run to install ...
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Capture Images Appearing in Black and White
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However on the CD there are only 40. Answer: This is beacuse the 'Coreldrw.bpt' file is corupt. As
a WORKAROUND you can send / get the customer to copy the 'Coreldrw.bpt' ...
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Printing separations to an image setter gives bad results
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Printing separations to an image setter gives bad results. Answer: By default CorelDRAW is using
PostScript Level 2, most of the image setters are still using PostScript ...
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Cannot find the colour correction in CorelDRAW 8
This option has moved to the menu "Tools" - "Options" - "Global" - "Color Management" and is
called "Calibrate colors for display". Details: Product specifications, ...
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Cliparts appear with a b/w pattern on the screen
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The printout however is fine. Answer: Make sure, that in the menu "View" the option "Overprinted
Objects" is NOT selected. Details: Product specifications, packaging, ...
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CorelDRAW will not accept serial number in ''Help'' - ''About''
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About CorelDRAW" - "Edit Serial/PIN. with the following format: "DR8XR-123445678" you get the
error "Invalid serial number. Please try again.". However, the same ...
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IPF when ''Publishing to Internet''
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Publishing to Internet" using the Internet Wizard. Answer: Use Internet Dialog when Publishing to
Internet. Details: Product specifications, packaging, technical ...
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Images in Corel Tutor disappear.
Images in Corel Tutor disappear. DocumentID: 200704 Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:53:21 AM The
information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 Problem Scroll down ...
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IPF Using a Custom White Outline button
White Outline button onto Toolbox. Answer: Workaround: Use the white fill from the pallette
Details: Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information ...
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Cannot Import 3DMF Files Directly From CDROM.
Cannot Import 3DMF Files Directly From CDROM. DocumentID: 200706 Revision Date: 2/8/00
5:54:24 AM The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 Problem ...
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Transform Rollup Cannot Repeat Rotation With CTRL-R
Repeat transformation using the Rollup. Details: Product specifications, packaging, technical
support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States ...
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Installation Error ''Could Not Find Required Source File''
During installation the error message "Could Not Find Required Source File" appears. Answer:
This is caused by 16 bit CD ROM drivers being loaded. Rem our any 16 ...
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Icons Missing From Customizing Toolbars.
Icons Missing From Customizing Toolbars. DocumentID: 200709 Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:56:41
AM The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 Problem Lock, ...
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Cannot View Clipart Images Under NT4
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Make sure that either the Media Folder Indexer or Internet explorer version 4 is installed. To view
the clipart thumbnails, right click on the scrapbook and go to ...
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Error Launching Corel Draw 8
Error opening Coreldrw.cpl" message received when trying to launch Draw. Answer: Rename /
delete the coreldrw.ini file and restart the program. This can be found ...
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Error Opening Coreldrw.cpl Under NT4
Error Opening Coreldrw.cpl Under NT4 DocumentID: 200712 Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:59:28 AM
The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 Problem "Error ...
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How Do I Open A Draw 8 File In Draw 6 ?
How Do I Open A Draw 8 File In Draw 6 ? DocumentID: 200713 Revision Date: 2/8/00 6:00:00
AM The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 Problem Answer: ...
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Multitasking Option
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons provided ...
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Problems Maintaining Transparencies When Exporting Files
Problems maintaining transparencies when exporting files from Draw. Answer: Use the GIF File
Type - as this gives the option to use transparency. Details: Product ...
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Perspective Lost On Groups Of Clones.
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Perspective Lost On Groups Of Clones. DocumentID: 200716 Revision Date: 2/8/00 6:32:45 AM
The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 Problem Perspective ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200716.htm
Dimension Lines Jump To New Node.
Dimension Lines Jump To New Node. DocumentID: 200722 Revision Date: 2/8/00 6:40:12 AM
The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 Problem When node ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200722.htm
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Preview Does Nothing In GIF89a Transparency Dialog .
Preview Does Nothing In GIF89a Transparency Dialog . DocumentID: 200724 Revision Date:
2/8/00 6:47:04 AM The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 ...
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Spot Color Text Will Not Print Emulsion Side Down.
Spot Color Text Will Not Print Emulsion Side Down. DocumentID: 200730 Revision Date: 2/8/00
7:02:43 AM The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 Problem ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200730.htm
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Visible / Printable Properties Of A Layer In Object Manager.
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Visible / Printable Properties Of A Layer In Object Manager. DocumentID: 200731 Revision Date:
2/8/00 7:09:08 AM The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200731.htm
Selecting Tools, Options causes IPF.
Selecting Tools, Options causes IPF. DocumentID: 200735 Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:26:00 AM
The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 Problem Selecting ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200735.htm
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Transforming Clone Object Maintains Link with Master Object
Transforming a clone object doesn't break link with master object. This one occurs in DRAW 7
and 8, although it works fine in DRAW 6. Answer: Break the link to the ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200736.htm
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DRAW IPFs When Trying To Save The File.
When Trying To Save The File. DocumentID: 200741 Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:31:21 AM The
information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 Problem After applying ...
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Changing the drive path for the Scrapbook Clipart
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Draw and goto Scrapbook in the View Menu and select Clipart. It should now be set at C:\temp as
the default directory Product specifications, packaging, technical ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200749.htm
Problems installing Draw 8.433 patch
Problems installing Draw 8.433 patch DocumentID: 200758 Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:47:23 AM
The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ 8 Problem If the ...
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Error when creating a barcode using ISBN barcode
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When creating a barcode using ISBN and after entering 9 digits a message appears saying "Input
is not complete". Answer: The ISBN (International Standard Book Number) ...
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Does Draw 8 take advantage of a dual processor machine
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Draw 8 does not take advantage of a dual processor machine. Product specifications, packaging,
technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited ...
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Bad results when printing a duotone bitmap to an image setter
Import a bitmap and convert it to Duotone 8 bit, then add as default Pantone Process Black and
Pantone 279CV then change the curves a bit. When printed in separations ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200774.htm
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Increase in Files Size When Exported as EPS
File size increases dramatically when exporting as EPS. (This can be seen in the export dialog
box) Answer: This only seems to happen when the Object Manager is open ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200823.htm
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Interactive Toolbar Disabled
When the linear dimension roll-up is open, and the 'Place above the line' and 'Place in center'
options are selected, it is no longer possible to change the page ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200847.htm
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Unable to Zoom with Mouse Wheel
The mouse wheel has been configured by its own software to perform other functions, which
override the CorelDRAW default of zooming in and out of the document. To ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201233.htm
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Unable to make a font bold or italic
The Bold and Italic buttons are disabled in the Text property bar. Answer: In CorelDRAW, all
styles of a font must be installed before the Bold and Italic buttons ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201257.htm
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Spot Colors display differently than in previous versions
After opening a file from a previous version of CorelDRAW into CorelDRAW 8 or CorelDRAW 9,
the Spot Colors do not look the same. Answer: By default, CorelDRAW 8 and ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201258.htm
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Accessing Node Edit Rollup
Double clicking on the Shape tool icon, automatically opens the rollup. Product specifications,
packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201278.htm
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Shortcut - Adding a Page Frame
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
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http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201279.htm
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Quick customizing Rollup groups
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You can customize your roll-up groups without opening the Tools, Customize dialog. Open one of
the effects in CorelDRAW (ie: click Effects, Blend) In the rollup, ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201280.htm
Toolbox missing in PHOTO-PAINT or CorelDRAW
The toolbox on the left side of the display is missing. Answer: First make sure that the toolbox is
enabled. Click on Tools, Options, Customize. Make sure that there ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201325.htm
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Error opening CorelDRAW 2 files
When trying to open CorelDRAW 2 files you get a message indicating that the file format is not
supported or that it is an invalid file format. Answer: CorelDRAW 2 ...
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Application crashes when scrolling through the font list
While scrolling through the list of fonts in CorelDRAW or Corel PHOTO-PAINT, the application
crashes. Answer: This behaviour can be the result of corrupt font installed ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201328.htm
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Unable to open a CorelDRAW 9 file in a previous version
You are unable to open a CorelDRAW 9 file in previous versions of CorelDRAW. Answer:
CorelDRAW 9 files cannot be opened in earlier versions of CorelDRAW, you must ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201329.htm
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Unable to open a CorelDRAW 8 file in a previous version
You are unable to open a CorelDRAW 8 file in previous versions of CorelDRAW. Answer:
CorelDRAW 8 files cannot be opened in earlier versions of CorelDRAW they can ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201330.htm
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Unable to open a bitmap
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons provided ...
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Edit Bitmap missing from menu
Under the Bitmaps menu in CorelDRAW, the "Edit Bitmap" function is disabled even when a
bitmap is selected on the page. Answer: The CPT file association has been ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201333.htm
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This can be done individually, or by following the same steps above, click on the small box where
the two rulers intersect and drag them both at the same time. Product ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201446.htm
Import DXF files with Symbols
When importing a DXF file from AutoCAD, that has symbols in it, "explode" the symbols.
Exploding the symbols will make it easier to bring the file in. Exploding in ...
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Saving frequently used objects for use in many files
This will create a "scrap". It can then be dragged into another document. (This is a quick way to
save an entire page from a multi page document). Product specifications, ...
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Error Saving File on Network
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File open, located in Novell Server, Open in Draw 8/9, after editing no longer be able to save the
same file on same location. Error only occured on the existing ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201858.htm
Install font option not available in Panose Font matching results window.
Install font option not available in Panose Font matching results window. DocumentID: 201962
Revision Date: 6/22/00 5:19:17 PM The information in this document applies ...
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Error opening files created in a previous version of Corel DRAW
Trying to open a file that has been created in a previous version of Corel DRAW 9 (5,6,7 or 8)
may prompt you with a Invalid Page Fault (IPF). Answer: On your Desktop ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201966.htm
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Using fonts without installing them
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons provided ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201979.htm
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Custom Crop marks (objects) don''t appear on all separations
Custom crop marks (or any created object) do not show up when printing separations. The
created crop marks (objects) don't appear on all separations Select the desired ...
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Draw8: Removing backgrounds
When I inserted them into other graphics, they came with the background borders. All I wanted
are the objects. I am using CorelDRAW 8 and bitmaps. Answer: When you ...
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202006.htm
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Draw8: Search and Replacing Objects in file
Corel Draw to produce scientific posters, slides and figures for publication. Is there an easy way
to make global changes to multiple objects, either identical objects ...
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Twain Troubleshooting in Windows 98
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Click on START, SHUT DOWN and then RESTART. Hold the F8 key down as the system reboots
to get the Windows Start-up Menu. Select selective startup and make sure the ...
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Error message when installing Corel Draw 8 SP2 (revision C)
Rev B patch prior to applying this patch. Answer: To avoid these errors you can try to re-install
Revision B only. If this not help, you should perform the clean ...
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Document not printing correctly to an HP PaintJet XL300 PS
Also download the PPD's for HP printers. Product specifications, packaging, technical support
and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail ...
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Miter Limit
When I draw a star and zoom in on the points, the poinst are not pointed at all, but squared off.
Answer: Click on tools | options | edit | select MITER Limit. Ensure ...
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Filling an open object
Draw 8 and Draw9, select Tools - Options, click the plus sign beside Document and select
General. Put a check mark in front of Fill Open Curves Details: Product specifications, ...
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Accessing the clipart/scrapbook from a network drive
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workspace folder. Only the one for the workspace being used needs ...
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Unable to create text that is greater than 3000 points
User is unable to create text that is greater than 3000 points - that is about 30 inches in
CorelDraw 8. User can't even transform the text object by pulling the ...
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Novell Netware 4.11 with CorelDRAW 8/9
Client receives error when saving file from the workstation to server, after editing the original file
and trying to save it. Receives message: "Cannot save file ...
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After filling an object in Corel DRAW with a texture fill only half the object holds the fill or does not
display at all. Answer: In the Windows Environment START ...
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Creating a Customized Pattern Fill and using it in Corel Draw
The custom pattern fill must be saved as a .bmp Product specifications, packaging, technical
support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States ...
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how to edit the profiles for postscript printers
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
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Cntrol Panel and select System. In Systm, select the Performance tab, and click on the Graphics
button. Reduce the hardware acceleration to none and restart the system. ...
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Draw 7,8,9: point size, outline width
When creating a circle or an ellipse and you want to change the outline width to a point size that
is larger than the default the object changes to an arc. Regardless ...
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Using Unicode Characters In Draw8 & Draw9
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
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Automatically closing a curve so an object can be filled
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
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Failed to Create New Document
Change the default printer and the applications will launch without any difficulties. Details: The
printer is too slow in responding when being polled by Draw and ...
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Changing Default Screen Frequency Print Settings
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
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Outlines in Draw do not scale with image correctly.
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Outlines in Draw do not scale with image correctly. DocumentID: 204460 Revision Date: 6/22/00
11:51:58 AM The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ ...
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Zoom tool properties does not keep settings, Draw 8 Classic
This is a Draw 8 Classic bug. Right click on the zoom tool, choose properties, then click on
calibrate rulers, and change horizontal and vertical resolution. OK this ...
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Zoom tool properties does not keep settings
This bug happens in Draw 8 version 369 and 433. Right click on the zoom tool, choose
properties, then click on calibrate rulers, and change horizontal and vertical ...
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How to Edit the Scale of an Image
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
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Customized Registration Marks
United States retail English version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All
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Cannot change Printer properties from within Draw 8 on Win 2000
This is a bug due to the fact that Draw 8 was not designed for win 2000. Change the Printer
properties through Start\Settings\Printers. Details: Product specifications, ...
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WP Typographic font not listed in Symbols list
Ventura when selecting Insert Symbol, the WP Typographic font is not listed. It is listed in the
fonts list however. In DRAW 8, 9, 10, when you open the symbols and ...
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Making a backup of your Workspace.
Making a backup of your Workspace. DocumentID: 205602 Revision Date: 5/7/01 10:15:27 AM
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exported in normal mode are still saved in enhanced mode. Follow these ...
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Dialog boxes appear to be in a different language
Click File, Save As, and the text in the dialog box is not in English. (ie, German, Japanese).
Answer: Rename mfc42loc.dll to Mfc42loc.old. Documented in Microsoft's ...
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After the installation of a new application all the graphics files (ie. jpg, tif, gif, bmp) are associated
with the new application. Answer: Click Start, Find, Files ...
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Toolbar, Menubar or Color Palettes are missing
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The toolbar, menubar or color palettes are missing when the program is opened. Answer: Set the
program back to the factory default settings. Close the program, hold ...
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Manually Uninstalling CorelDRAW8
Setup and Notes, Uninstaller, may not function correctly under certain conditions because of an
incomplete or faulty installation. The following sections will provide ...
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"Required source file not found" error message during installation
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This error message may occur more than once. This occurs when one of more drives are running
in MS-DOS Compatibility Mode. To verify your computer is running in this ...
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Installing Symbols in CorelDRAW 8™
Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, and double-click the Fonts icon. 3. Click File, Install New
Font. 3. In the Drives list box, change to the CD-ROM drive. 4. ...
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Colors display differently than in previous versions
Color Management, and disable the Calibrate Colors for Display check box. Answer: Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) ...
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This document is designed solely to assist the in the detection and correction of memory conflicts,
incorrect system configuration or device incompatibilities. The ...
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Slow Printing of Rotated or Scaled Bitmaps
The Raster Image Processsor (RIP) has to rotate each pixel as it prints the image; this can also
increase the print spool file size. Answer: Once the bitmap has been ...
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Click Start, Settings and select Printers. 2. Right-click PostScript® printer and select Properties. 3.
Select the Graphics tab. 4. Enable "Use Settings Below" and ...
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Connector Lines Place Incorrectly after Scrolling the Page
Select the connector line tool and draw a line. If you draw another connector line after scrolling
the page, using any increment, the lines drawn may not be placed ...
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Grayscale Bitmaps Separate on All Plates
When printing a document that contains a grayscale image out to separations, the grayscale
image appears on all the plates. Answer: This issue is fixed in the latest ...
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Unable to Apply Round Endcaps to Both Ends of a Curve
Using the Outline Pen tool to apply rounded endcaps on a line or curve results in only one end
having a rounded endcap. The other end of the line or the curved segment ...
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''Coreldrw caused a divide error in module crlctl80.dll''
Coreldrw caused a divide error in module crlctl80.dll' DocumentID: 200333 Revision Date:
11/19/99 6:17:12 PM The information in this document applies to: CorelDRAW™ ...
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Unable to Set Removable Drives as Additional Swap Disks
Under Tools, Options, Memory, a removable harddrive will not be recognized for use as an
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TrueType® Font Sizes of 18 Points or Less Print Jagged on a PostScript® Device
Options and select the Options tab). 3. In the Special Settings list, find Bitmap Font Size
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"Capture has been interrupted" Error on Windows NT® 4.0
Capture has been interrupted" may occur, and the resulting file is not created. Answer: 1.
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The Fountain Fill Preview Window Displays Black
When applying a Fountain Fill, the preview window in the Fountain Fill dialog box shows black,
but the fill displays correctly on the page. Answer: The display setting ...
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An Error Occurs When Using the "Publish to Internet" Wizard
Invalid Page Fault (IPF) may occur when finishing the process. Answer: To resolve this, 1. Click
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"Required source file not found" error message during installation
"Required source file not found" error message during installation
DocumentID: 200275
Revision Date: 16-Feb-98 10:19:10 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
During the installation of CorelDRAW ™ 8, the error "A required source file was not found..." may be
generated. This error message may occur more than once.
This occurs when one of more drives are running in MS-DOS Compatibility Mode.
To verify your computer is running in this mode, click Start, Settings, Control Panel. Double-click the System
icon, and click the Performance tab.
If any hard drives are running in this mode, contact your hardware vendor for assistance in resolving this
issue. When a CD-ROM drive is running in MS-DOS Compatibility Mode, it usually means that 16-bit drivers
are installed to run the hardware. Contact your hardware vendor for assistance in updating to 32-bit drivers.
When this all drives are running in 32-bit mode, proceed with the CorelDRAW 8 installation.
Answer:
This error may occur when one of more drives are running in MS-DOS Compatibility Mode. To verify this,
click Start, Settings, Control Panel, double-click on the System icon, and click the Performance tab. If any
drives are running in this mode, contact your hardware vendor for assistance in resolving this issue. When a
CD ROM drive is running in MS-DOS Compatibility Mode, it usually means that it is using 16-bit drivers.
Update these drivers to the 32-bit drivers before proceeding.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Installing Symbols in CorelDRAW 8™
Installing Symbols in CorelDRAW 8™
DocumentID: 200276
Revision Date: 16-Feb-98 10:23:56 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Symbols are TrueType® fonts and should be installed in the same manner as other TrueType fonts.
To install the symbols, perform the following steps:
1. Insert CD-ROM #1.
2. Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, and double-click the Fonts icon.
3. Click File, Install New Font.
3. In the Drives list box, change to the CD-ROM drive.
4. In the Folders list box, double-click the Fonts, Symbols, TTF folders.
5. Select the desired symbol fonts from the List of fonts, and click OK.
In CorelDRAW 8™, these symbols will be available in the Symbols RollUp. To view this RollUp, click View,
Dockers, Symbols.
Answer:
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Colors display differently than in previous versions
Colors display differently than in previous versions
DocumentID: 200277
Revision Date: 16-Feb-98 10:25:12 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Color correction for display is enabled in CorelDRAW 8™ by default.
To disable this, click Tools, Options, Global, Color Management, and disable the Calibrate Colors for
Display check box.
Answer:
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Diagnosing Invalid Page Faults (IPFs)
Diagnosing Invalid Page Faults (IPFs)
DocumentID: 200283
Revision Date: 12-Mar-98 4:00:13 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
************************USER ADVISORY**********************************
This document is designed solely to assist the in the detection and correction of memory conflicts, incorrect
system configuration or device incompatibilities. The importance of adhering to recommended recovery
precautions as listed cannot be overstated. The Corel Corporation assumes no expressed or implied liability
for any computer or software damages resulting from the use or misuse of this information.
***************************************************************************
Invalid Page Fault (IPFs) or Illegal Operation error messages are caused by a misallocation of available
memory by the operating system. Optimal performance of the computer can be achieved by following the
steps outlined in this document. Before attempting to diagnose and correct errors within the Windows r 95
environment, the following precautions are very strongly recommended:
1. Create a Startup disk to allow recovery of basic computer function in the event of complete system
failure. The startup disk may be created during the Windows 95 installation process or after installation is
complete by clicking Start, Settings, Control Panel. In the Control Panel, double-click Add-Remove
Programs, and click Startup Disk, Create. Follow the prompts to finish creating this disk.
2. Copy the SYSTEM.DAT, USER.DAT, CONFIG.SYS, AUTOEXEC.BAT, WIN.INI and SYSTEM.INI files,
plus any necessary device drivers, i.e., CD-ROM drivers, to a folder on an additional diskette. Be sure to
label the diskettes.
Note: These files are essential to the operating system. If you are unsure about how to edit the contents of
these files, contact Microsoft Technical Support for further assistance. Do not skip this step!
Recovering lost files If the computer has failed from within an active Corel application, an attempt should be
made to save any files that are currently open. If the failure occurred while working in CorelDRAW, look for
.ABK or .BAK files. These are CorelDRAW autobackup files that may be renamed to a .CDR extension to
recover the open file. To rename a .BAK or .ABK file, perform the following steps:
1. Click Start, Programs, Windows Explorer.
2. Click the backup file, i.e., TEST.BAK.
3. Click File, Rename.
4. Type TEST.CDR, and press ENTER.
Note: The file must be renamed with a .CDR extension before exiting Windows 95.
Troubleshooting steps: An IPF may be eliminated by one of the following troubleshooting steps or by a
combination of these steps. Try to recreate the IPF error after completing each of the steps to determine
whether the problem has been resolved.
1. Exit all running applications. Click Start, Shut Down, Restart The Computer. When the computer has
rebooted, attempt to duplicate the error that caused the original failure.
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2. Empty the Recycle Bin of unwanted files. Right-click the Recycle Bin icon, and click Empty Recycle Bin.
3. Reset the desktop appearance to Windows Standard. Click Start, Settings, Control Panel. Double-click
the Display icon. Click Screen Saver. Set the Screen Saver to None. Click Appearance. Change the
scheme to Windows Standard. Click Settings. Change the Fonts Size to Small Fonts. Close the Display
Display Properties window. In the Control Panel, double-click the Mouse icon. Click Pointers. Change the
scheme to Windows Standard.
4. All applications require an area of hard drive space to be set aside for the creation of temporary files used
during the course of normal operations. If a TEMP folder is not present on the computer, enter the
command SET at the MS-DOS command prompt, to find the TEMP folder path(s) . A TEMP folder path will
be generated as follows:
TEMP=C:\WINDOWS\TEMP
TMP=C:\WINDOWS\TEMP
Windows 95 supports Temp files in the WINDOWS\TEMP folder by default. This TEMP folder must be
located on a drive with ample space for expansion. If the drive where the TEMP folder is located has less
than 150 MB of free space, relocate the TEMP folder to an u
Answer:
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Slow Printing of Rotated or Scaled Bitmaps
Slow Printing of Rotated or Scaled Bitmaps
DocumentID: 200327
Revision Date: 20-Nov-98 9:56:06 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Printing a rotated or scaled bitmap from CorelDRAWÖ 7 or CorelDRAW 8 may slow down the printing time
on a PostScript® device. The Raster Image Processsor (RIP) has to rotate each pixel as it prints the image;
this can also increase the print spool file size.
Answer:
Once the bitmap has been rotated or scaled in CorelDRAW, click the Bitmap menu and select Convert To
Bitmap. This will create a new bitmap from the rotated or scaled image that will print faster.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Improving Grayscale Output using a PostScript® Printer
Improving Grayscale Output using a PostScript® Printer
DocumentID: 200328
Revision Date: 2/28/00 11:55:30 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
To improve grayscale output using a PostScript® printer in Windows® 95, do the following:
1. Click Start, Settings and select Printers.
2. Right-click PostScript® printer and select Properties.
3. Select the Graphics tab.
4. Enable "Use Settings Below" and change the screen frequency to 133.0, screen angle to 45.0 and the
resolution to 600 dpi if possible.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Connector Lines Place Incorrectly after Scrolling the Page
Connector Lines Place Incorrectly after Scrolling the Page
DocumentID: 200330
Revision Date: 22-Jan-99 10:51:20 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Select the connector line tool and draw a line. If you draw another connector line after scrolling the page,
using any increment, the lines drawn may not be placed accurately and will jump to a different position.
Answer:
You must select another tool first and then reselect the Connector Line tool to draw and place lines
accurately again. This issue has been resolved in the latest update for CorelDRAW™ 8. This update can be
downloaded from the Corel FTP site or you can obtain an updated CD-ROM from Corel Customer Service.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Grayscale Bitmaps Separate on All Plates
DocumentID: 200331
Revision Date: 9/6/01 2:08:36 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When printing a document that contains a grayscale image out to separations, the grayscale image appears
on all the plates.
Answer:
This issue is fixed in the latest build of CorelDRAW8, version 8.369. The update can be downloaded from
Corel's FTP site at ftp.corel.com, or you may order an updated replacement CD-ROM from Corel's
Customer Service.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Unable to Apply Round Endcaps to Both Ends of a Curve
Unable to Apply Round Endcaps to Both Ends of a Curve
DocumentID: 200332
Revision Date: 20-Nov-98 11:11:31 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Using the Outline Pen tool to apply rounded endcaps on a line or curve results in only one end having a
rounded endcap. The other end of the line or the curved segment does not change.
Answer:
This issue is fixed in CorelDRAWÖ 8.369, the latest build. The update can be downloaded from Corel's FTP
site at ftp.corel.com, or you may order an updated replacement CD-ROM from Corel Customer Service.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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''Coreldrw caused a divide error in module crlctl80.dll''
''Coreldrw caused a divide error in module crlctl80.dll''
DocumentID: 200333
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:17:12 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When selecting Tools, Options, the message, "coreldrw caused a divide error in module crlctl80.dll", or
another illegal page fault message or lockup may result.
Answer:
This problem is fixed in Version 369 of CorelDRAWT8. Download the patch from ftp.corel.com, or obtain the
update from Customer Service.
1. Go to Control Panels, Display, and select Appearance.
2. Under Item, select 3D objects and set the color to one of the standard 256 colors. Or alternatively, set the
scheme to Windows¬ Standard and Item to Desktop.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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CorelDREAM 3D - "Error Exists in This Help File. Contact the Vendor for an Updated Help File (1024)"
CorelDREAM 3D - "Error Exists in This Help File. Contact the Vendor for an Updated
Help File (1024)"
DocumentID: 200334
Revision Date: 20-Nov-98 12:29:36 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
If you open the CorelDREAM 3D 8 Help menu and select Contents, CorelDREAM 3D Tutuorial, a message
appears saying: "An error exists in this Help file. Contact your application vendor for an updated Help file
1024)."
Answer:
Open Windows® Explorer and click the \corel\graphics8\programs folder. Then double-click the
dreamtut.exe file.
Details:
This issue is fixed in CorelDRAWÖ 8.369, the latest build of this application. The update can be downloaded
from Corel's FTP site at ftp.corel.com, or you may order an updated replacement CD-ROM from Corel
Customer Service.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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The Object Information and Details Disappear on Status Bar
The Object Information and Details Disappear on Status Bar
DocumentID: 200335
Revision Date: 11/19/99 5:59:22 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
The object information and details on the status bar in CorelDRAW 8 ® disappears.
Answer:
To fix this issue, right-click on the status bar and select Reset Status Bar.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Unable to Set Removable Drives as Additional Swap Disks
Unable to Set Removable Drives as Additional Swap Disks
DocumentID: 200336
Revision Date: 22-Jan-99 10:53:42 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Under Tools, Options, Memory, a removable harddrive will not be recognized for use as an additional swap
disk.
Answer:
In Windows® 95/Windows 98 and Windows NT® 4.0, CorelDRAW™ 8 does not support removable drives
as additional swap disks.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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TrueType® Font Sizes of 18 Points or Less Print Jagged on a PostScript® Device
TrueType® Font Sizes of 18 Points or Less Print Jagged on a PostScript® Device
DocumentID: 200337
Revision Date: 2/29/00 4:48:08 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
TrueType® font sizes of 18 points or less may print jagged or rough on a PostScript® device.
Answer:
To resolve the issue in CorelDRAW® 8, do the following:
1. Click File, Print.
2. Click Options and select the Miscellaneous Tab (in CorelDRAW® 7, click Options and select the Options
tab).
3. In the Special Settings list, find Bitmap Font Size Threshold (PS). The default size is 75 pixels which
corresponds to 18 points at 300 dpi, 9 points at 600 dpi and 4.5 points at 1200 dpi.
4. If the issue occurs at higher dpi output values, lower the value to 4 for Bitmap Font Size Threshold (PS).
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Opening a Landscape .CDR File in Corel PHOTO-PAINTÖ 8 Results in a Portrait Orientation
Opening a Landscape .CDR File in Corel PHOTO-PAINTÖ 8 Results in a Portrait
Orientation
DocumentID: 200340
Revision Date: 20-Nov-98 12:45:14 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
If you create a landscape document in CorelDRAWÖ 8 and open this file in Corel PHOTO-PAINTÖ 8, the
image's orientation changes to portrait.
Answer:
Export the landscape document from CorelDRAW 8 as a Corel® PresentationsÖ Exchange 6/7 CMX file
format. Click, File, Export, and select Corel Presentation Exchange 6/7 CMX as the Save as Type.
Details:
This issue is fixed in CorelDRAW 8.369, the latest build of the application. The update can be downloaded
from Corel's FTP site at ftp.corel.com or you may order an updated replacement CD-ROM from Corel
Customer Service.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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"Capture has been interrupted" Error on Windows NT® 4.0
"Capture has been interrupted" Error on Windows NT® 4.0
DocumentID: 200341
Revision Date: 20-Nov-98 9:51:12 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When in working Windows NT® 4.0 and when trying to perform a screen capture using Corel CAPTUREÖ
8, the message "Capture has been interrupted" may occur, and the resulting file is not created.
Answer:
1. Rename or delete the capture.ini file located in x:\corel\graphics8\config where x represents the drive on
which CorelDRAWÖ 8 is installed.
2 . Restart Corel CAPTURE 8.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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''Out of Memory'' Message Appears When Scanning in CorelDRAW 8
''Out of Memory'' Message Appears When Scanning in CorelDRAW 8
DocumentID: 200342
Revision Date: 6/22/00 11:54:35 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When scanning in CorelDRAW 8, Corel
PHOTO-PAINT 8 or CorelSCAN 8, an "Out of
Memory" message may appea
Answer:
To resolve this issue:
1. Add more physical memory to the
computer.
2. Scan at a lower resolution.
3. Make sure you are using a 32-bit
scanner driver.
4. If the computer has 32 MB RAM or
more, try adding the following lines to
the [VCache] section of the system.ini
file (NOTE: Back up the system.ini
before making any changes):
MinFileCache=8192
MaxFileCache=16384
This cache size uses physical RAM that
may be used elsewhere.
5. Save the file and restart W
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200342.htm [20.10.2001 19:52:55]
The Fountain Fill Preview Window Displays Black
The Fountain Fill Preview Window Displays Black
DocumentID: 200344
Revision Date: 24-Nov-98 9:52:31 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When applying a Fountain Fill, the preview window in the Fountain Fill dialog box shows black, but the fill
displays correctly on the page.
Answer:
The display setting for the monitor may be set at 256 colors. Increase the color settings to High Color 16-bit
(65526 Colors) or higher. To do this in Windows® 95, Windows 98 or Windows NT® 4.0,
1. click Start, Settings, Control Panel
2. double-click the Display icon
3. click the Settings tab
4. increase the colors to High Color 16-Bit
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200344.htm [20.10.2001 19:53:01]
An Error Occurs When Using the "Publish to Internet" Wizard
An Error Occurs When Using the "Publish to Internet" Wizard
DocumentID: 200345
Revision Date: 24-Nov-98 9:57:44 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When clicking File, Publish to Internet in CorelDRAWÖ 8, an Invalid Page Fault (IPF) may occur when
finishing the process.
Answer:
To resolve this,
1. Click File, Publish to Internet
2. Click "Use Internet Dialog" button
This issue is fixed in CorelDRAW 8.369, the latest build of CorelDRAW 8. The update can be downloaded
from Corel's FTP site at ftp.corel.com, or you may order the updated replacement CD-ROM from Corel
Customer Service.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200345.htm [20.10.2001 19:53:05]
Incomplete Toolbars, Toolbox and Menus
Incomplete Toolbars, Toolbox and Menus
DocumentID: 200346
Revision Date: 24-Nov-98 10:11:05 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
In CorelDRAWÖ 8, the toolbox or menus may appear truncated when the display resolution is less than
800x600 or when Large Fonts are used.
Answer:
If the display is running at 640x480, increase this to 800x600. To do this,
1. click Start, Settings, Control Panel
2. double-click the Display icon
3. click the Settings tab
4. increase the Display Area to at least 800x600
Ensure Small Fonts are being used for the display, to do this:
1. click Start, Settings, Control Panel
2. double-click the Display icon
3. click on the Settings tab
4. change the Font Size setting to Small Fonts
NOTE: in Windows® 98, you may have to click the Advanced button to find this setting.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200346.htm [20.10.2001 19:53:12]
Images Disappear When Scrolling in CorelTUTORÖ
Images Disappear When Scrolling in CorelTUTORÖ
DocumentID: 200347
Revision Date: 24-Nov-98 10:14:32 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When using CorelTUTORÖ in CorelDRAWÖ 8, the images in the docker window shrink and disappear.
Answer:
This issue is fixed in CorelDRAW 8.369, the latest build of CorelDRAW 8. The update can be downloaded
from Corel's FTP site at ftp.corel.com, or you may order the updated replacement CD-ROM from Corel
Customer Service.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200347.htm [20.10.2001 19:53:23]
Unable to Fill an Object in CorelDRAWÖ 8
Unable to Fill an Object in CorelDRAWÖ 8
DocumentID: 200350
Revision Date: 24-Nov-98 10:20:38 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
In CorelDRAWÖ 8, when trying to apply a Fill to an object, no color appears.
Answer:
There may be three possibilities:
1. The display is set to Wireframe: click View and make sure that Wireframe is not checked.
2. The Full Color View of the layer is being overridden: click View, Dockers, Object Manager. Right-click the
Layer where the object is placed and select Properties. Ensure that "Override Full Color View" is
unchecked.
3. The object is not a "closed object" (i.e., there is an open path): ensure that all lines and curves are joined
at all nodes. Consult the CorelDRAW Help file for more information on Joining Nodes and using the Shape
Tool.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200350.htm [20.10.2001 19:53:29]
"Check Lock Failed" Error Message When Launching CorelDRAWÖ 8 or Corel PHOTO-PAINTÖ 8
"Check Lock Failed" Error Message When Launching CorelDRAWÖ 8 or Corel PHOTOPAINTÖ 8
DocumentID: 200351
Revision Date: 24-Nov-98 11:06:28 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When trying to launch CorelDRAWÖ 8 or Corel PHOTO-PAINTÖ 8, the error message, "Check Lock
Failed", appears.
Answer:
This version of CorelDRAW or Corel PHOTO-PAINT is a time-limited trial version, and the time limit has
expired.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200351.htm [20.10.2001 19:53:34]
Unable to Install CorelDRAW™ 8 Revision Patch B
Unable to Install CorelDRAW™ 8 Revision Patch B
DocumentID: 200352
Revision Date: 30-Nov-98 10:00:49 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When installing the patch file DR8RevB.exe for CorelDRAW™ 8, the process seems to hang or nothing will
happen.
Answer:
1. Click Start, Find, Files or Folders and search for SETUP32.DLL. It will likely be in the \windows\system or
Windows® folder.
2. Once found, rename this file OLDSETUP32.OLD and restart Windows.
3. Install the patch again.
Note: It is important to install the DR8Hlp.exe patch file to update help and sample files.
After the installation is done, the revision for CorelDRAW 8 should read 8.369. To check the version, click
Help, About CorelDRAW.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200352.htm [20.10.2001 19:53:41]
Unable to Preview Thumbnails on a Networked Drive
Unable to Preview Thumbnails on a Networked Drive
DocumentID: 200353
Revision Date: 30-Nov-98 10:09:24 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When on a networked drive, thumbnails cannot be previewed using CorelDRAW™ 8.
Answer:
1. Locate the corelapp.ini file for CorelDRAW 8; the default location is \corel\graphics8\config
2. Open the corelapp.ini file in Notepad and change the value for NoThumbnailsForNetworkedFiles=1
[Icon Handler]
NoThumbnailsForNetworkedFiles=1
Change the 1 to 0
3. Resave the file, and restart CorelDRAW 8.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200353.htm [20.10.2001 19:53:46]
A Thin line Prints Around Bitmaps in CorelDRAW™ 8 & Corel PHOTO-PAINTÙ 8
A Thin line Prints Around Bitmaps in CorelDRAW™ 8 & Corel PHOTO-PAINT• 8
DocumentID: 200354
Revision Date: 30-Nov-98 10:12:46 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When printing to some nonPostScript® printers, a thin line may print around a bitmap in CorelDRAW™ 8
and Corel PHOTO-PAINT™ 8.
Answer:
This issue has been fixed in the latest build of CorelDRAW 8, build 8.369. The update can be downloaded
from the Corel FTP site at ftp.corel.com or you may order an updated replacement CD-ROM from Corel
Customer Service.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200354.htm [20.10.2001 19:53:53]
Property Bar Tips & Keyboard Shortcuts
Property Bar Tips & Keyboard Shortcuts
DocumentID: 200371
Revision Date: 30-Nov-98 9:55:51 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Shortcuts
With an object selected on the page, use CTRL+ENTER to turn the focus to the Property Bar.
Using the operators ( ),*,+,-, / in conjunction with the values in the position and dimension boxes within the
Property Bar will affect the object currently selected.
Tips
Draw a 1"x1" square. Select the Horizontal coordinates on the Property Bar, and type in +2.75. Select
ENTER, and the box will move 2.75" to the right. If you type 2.75 mm, the box will move 2.75 mm.
The same holds true for the Dimension box. Using the 1"x1" square, type in +3*(2*3), and then select
ENTER. It will add 18 inches to the box.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200371.htm [20.10.2001 19:53:58]
Tip for Starting Windows® 95 in Safe Mode
Tip for Starting Windows® 95 in Safe Mode
DocumentID: 200372
Revision Date: 08-Feb-99 5:10:27 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Users sometimes have difficulty with booting Windows® 95 or Windows 98 in Safe Mode to trouble shoot a
problem.
To resovle this issue, do the following:
1. Insert a non-bootable disk in the floppy drive and restart your system.
2. When you see the “Non System Disk” message, remove the disk from the floppy drive and press the F8
key twice.
3. When the Start Up menu appears with the options, select Safe Mode.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200372.htm [20.10.2001 19:54:07]
Two-Color Bitmap Pattern Fills Missing In CorelDRAW™ 8
Two-Color Bitmap Pattern Fills Missing In CorelDRAW™ 8
DocumentID: 200374
Revision Date: 30-Nov-98 11:27:21 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Not all of the two color bitmap pattern fills listed in the clipart manual are available through the Pattern Fill
dialog box in CorelDRAW#153; 8.Not all of the two color bitmap pattern fills listed in the clipart manual are
available through the Pattern Fill dialog box in CorelDRAW#153; 8.
Answer:
You can download the missing Pattern fills, by do the following:
1. Go to the Corel FTP site, at ftp://ftp.corel.com/pub/CorelDRAW/DRAW8Suite/
2. Select file coreldrw.bpt
3. Make sure CorelDRAW 8 is closed, and open Windows® Explorer
4. Select the drive on which you installed the application (by default, this is C:\Corel\Graphics8\ ).
5. Double-click the Corel folder, double-click the Graphics8 folder and double-click the Custom folder.
6. Select "coreldrw.bpt file" and rename it "coreldrw.old". Press F2 and type the new filename.
7. Open the folder in which you saved the downloaded file, select the file and click Edit and Copy.
8. Re-open the Custom folder, click Edit and Paste.
The missing Pattern fills will be available next time you run CorelDRAW 8.You can download the missing
Pattern fills, by do the following:
1. Go to the Corel FTP site, at ftp://ftp.corel.com/pub/CorelDRAW/DRAW8Suite/
2. Select file coreldrw.bpt
3. Make sure CorelDRAW 8 is closed, and open Windows® Explorer
4. Select the drive on which you installed the application (by default, this is C:\Corel\Graphics8\ ).
5. Double-click the Corel folder, double-click the Graphics8 folder and double-click the Custom folder.
6. Select "coreldrw.bpt file" and rename it "coreldrw.old". Press F2 and type the new filename.
7. Open the folder in which you saved the downloaded file, select the file and click Edit and Copy.
8. Re-open the Custom folder, click Edit and Paste.
The missing Pattern fills will be available next time you run CorelDRAW 8.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200374.htm [20.10.2001 19:54:16]
Unable to Uninstall CorelDRAW 8 Suite
Unable to Uninstall CorelDRAW 8 Suite
DocumentID: 200378
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:32:31 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
After launching Corel Uninstaller 8, you may receive a message saying:
"The Corel Uninstall Wizard has detected the following Corel applications running on your system. Please
close the following applications and restart the Uninstaller_Corel MEDIA FOLDERS INDEXER 8."
Answer:
1. In the Uninstaller window, click Cancel
2. In the Windows¬ System Tray, located beside the time display in the Taskbar, right-click the Corel MEDIA
FOLDERS INDEXER icon and select Exit
3. Restart the Corel Uninstaller
Details:
If you have difficulty closing the Corel MEDIA FOLDERS INDEXER, you can also do the following:
1. Press CTRL-ALT-DEL once on your keyboard
2. In the Close Program dialog box, highlight "Mfindexer"
3. Click End Task
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200378.htm [20.10.2001 19:54:19]
How do I access the Auto F/X™ Photo/Graphic Edges™ ?
How do I access the Auto F/X™ Photo/Graphic Edges™ ?
DocumentID: 200379
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:12:34 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
You are unable to access the Photo/Graphic Edges™ supplied or unable to locate all of the ones listed in
the clipart manual.
Answer:
The Photo/Graphic Edge effect files are on CD #1 and are accessed as a bitmap filter effect.
- Make sure there is an imported bitmap on your page in CorelDRAW™ or a 24-bit RGB color bitmap open
in Corel PHOTO-PAINTÖ and CD #1 is in the drive.
In CorelDRAW:
1. Click on the Bitmaps menu and choose Plug-Ins, Auto F/X, and then Photo/Graphic Edges 3.0
2. In the Auto F/X dialogue, choose "Select outset effect"
3. Select desired edge effect, click open, then apply.
In Corel PHOTOPAINT:
1. Click on the Effects menu and choose Auto F/X™ and then Photo/Graphic Edges 3.0
2. In the Auto F/X dialogue, choose "Select outset effect"
3. Select desired edge effect, click open, then apply.
Details:
If you are a CorelDRAW 8 user and find that you don't have all of the edge effect files listed in the clipart
manual, they can be downloaded from Corel's FTP site at:
ftp://ftp.corel.com/pub/CorelDRAW/DRAW8Suite/Photo_Edg/Phot_edg8.exe
You will find two files listed here, but you only need to download one of them. If you are in doubt of which
one to choose, select Phot_edg8.exe -- a self-extracting compressed file.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200379.htm [20.10.2001 19:54:23]
Changing Screen Frequencies in CorelDRAW™ 8
Changing Screen Frequencies in CorelDRAW™ 8
DocumentID: 200380
Revision Date: 08-Feb-99 3:42:38 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
To change screen frequencies for printed objects, screen printing or for printing t-shirts, follow the steps
below.
Please read the additional information section first before proceeding.
The object needs to be filled with a spot color before any frequencies can be set.
1. Select the object, click on the Fill tool and choose the Fill color dialogue button.
2. At the top of the Uniform Fill dialog box, click Fixed Palettes.
3 Under type, make sure PANTONE® Matching System™ is selected, and then select a color.
4. Select the Options button; if it is not there, click More.
5. Underneath Options, click PostScript® options, and select the appropriate type of halftone, frequency and
angle.
6. Click OK, then OK again.
If a two-color fill is needed, do the following:
1. Select the object, click the Fill tool and select the Fountain fill dialog box.
2. The “From” and “To” colors must both be from the PANTONE Matching System palette.
3. Click the color and select others, following steps #2 and # 3 (above) for each one selection.
4. Once colors are spot colors, the PostScript options button will become available.
5. Click the PostScript options button, and select the halftone type and frequency.
Note: unless you reduce the Tint of the selected PANTONE Matching System color to below 100%, you will
not see a half-tone pattern on the printed copy.
Outputting different screen frequencies is a capability of a PostScript printer. If you do not have a PostScript
printer driver, the application will still allow you to change the frequencies, but they will be ignored on output.
To determine if the printer driver is capable of PostScript output, click File, Print. If you see a PostScript tab,
then you are using a PostScript printer driver. If that option is not available, check with your manufacturer or
printer’s documentation to find out if your printer can be set up to print using the PostScript language.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200380.htm [20.10.2001 19:54:26]
Fitting Text to a Path in CorelDRAW™ 8
Fitting Text to a Path in CorelDRAW™ 8
DocumentID: 200381
Revision Date: 08-Feb-99 3:34:19 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
To fit text to a path, a curve or an arc, do the following:
1. Open a new document in CorelDRAW™ 8.
2. Select the Ellipse tool, and draw a circle on the blank page.
3. Select the Text tool, single-click the page and then type in Artistic text.
4. Select both the text object and the elipse by clicking once on the text while holding down the Shift key.
Click the ellipse once.
5. Click the Text menu and select Fit Text To Path.
6. Additional placement and orientation options will become available on the Property bar. Adjust these as
desired.
The key to getting this feature to work is to make sure that the text and the path are selected at the same
time. You cannot fit text to a path if any of the following objects are selected:
- bitmaps
- multiple objects grouped together
- paragraph text
- embedded objects
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200381.htm [20.10.2001 19:54:36]
Unable to Set Up Labels in Page Setup in CorelDRAW™ 8
Unable to Set Up Labels in Page Setup in CorelDRAW™ 8
DocumentID: 200397
Revision Date: 08-Feb-99 3:46:31 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When you select the Labels section in Page Setup, it appears that there are no labels available.
Answer:
The program has been installed to a custom folder using a long file name convention, such as c:\program
files\ .
Uninstall the application, and reinstall it to the default folder structure or a custom folder using less than 11
characters for each folder level.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200397.htm [20.10.2001 19:54:39]
Errors When Opening Kodak FlashPix Files from Kodak Digital Cameras
Errors When Opening Kodak FlashPix Files from Kodak Digital Cameras
DocumentID: 200411
Revision Date: 08-Feb-99 4:07:25 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When you open or import a FlashPix (*.fpx) file into Corel Photo House™, Corel Print House™, Corel
PHOTO-PAINT™ 8 or CorelDRAW™, 8 you may receive one of the following errors:
When you double-click the file you might receive this error message: “PHOTOHSE caused an invalid page
fault in module FPXLIB.DLL”.
This error message can be sometimes followed by another message: “Cannot find the file ... (or one of its
components). Make sure the path and filename are correct and that all required libraries are available”.
When trying to open or import the file into Corel PHOTO-PAINT 8 or CorelDRAW 8 you may recieve the
following message: “Cannot access this file because it is being used by another process”.
These errors may occur when opening *.fpx files created by a Kodak digital
camera, if the files were transferred from the camera’s flash memory card directly to the hard drive.
Answer:
Resolution # 1: Set the file attributes to READ ONLY
1. Right-click the FlashPix file, and then select Properties.
2. At the bottom of the Properties dialog box, set the file attribute to READ ONLY.
3. Click OK.
4. Open or import the FlashPix file into the application.
Resolution # 2: Download the *.fpx images from the camera using the File, Acquire function or the Kodak
Picture Easy software that came with the camera.
To acquire the images using any of the above listed programs, do the following:
1. Install the Kodak camera software on your computer.
2. Run the Corel application and click File, Acquire (in CorelDRAW 8, click File, Acquire from CorelSCAN).
3. Click the Select Source, and select the Kodak camera from the list.
4. Click File, Acquire, Acquire Image.
5. Follow the steps in the task pane. The Kodak Digital Access TWAIN
Acquire Software appears.
6. Click Camera Contents to see the images stored in the camera.
7. Select the image you want to download and click Transfer.
8. When the image is in the Corel application, you can then Save or Export as FlashPix (*.fpx) or another file
format.
Details:
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provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
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NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Wininet.dll is Linked to a Missing .DLL File in CorelDRAW™ 8
Wininet.dll is Linked to a Missing .DLL File in CorelDRAW™ 8
DocumentID: 200426
Revision Date: 08-Feb-99 4:10:18 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
The application will fail to launch, and the error message “Wininet.dll is linked to a missing .dll file” will
appear.
Answer:
1. Click Start, Programs, MS-DOS Prompt.
2. At the DOS prompt, rename c:\windows\system\wininet.dll to c:\windows\system\wininet.old
3. Rename c:\windows\system\urlmon.dll as c:\windows\system\urlmon.old
4. Insert CorelDRAW™ 8 CD #1 into the CD-ROM drive.
5. Using Windows Explorer, locate the file “axdist.exe” in the REDIST folder.
6. Double-click this file.
7. When it has completed installing, reboot the computer.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Unable to Access the CorelDRAW™ 8 Clipart Folder
Unable to Access the CorelDRAW™ 8 Clipart Folder
DocumentID: 200427
Revision Date: 08-Feb-99 4:15:00 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
On systems running Windows NT® 4.0, the CorelDRAW™ 8 clipart folder on CD #2 is unaccessible, even
from the Windows Explorer.
Answer:
To access the clipart folder on CD #2, you must have either the Corel Media Folders installed or a standard
installation of Microsoft® Internet Explorer 4.0.
To install the Corel Media Folders:
1. Insert CD #2 into the CD-ROM drive.
2. Click Start, Run, X:\SETUP (where “X:” represents the letter of your CD-ROM drive)and follow the
instructions.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Encapsulated PostScript® FAQs
Encapsulated PostScript® FAQs
DocumentID: 200473
Revision Date: 8/11/01 12:29:14 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
The purpose of this document is to explain and clarify the differences and similarities between the three
types of Encapsulated Postscript files that the CorelDRAW™ 7 Suite will support. The three types are
Encapsulated Postscript (EPS), Postscript Interpreted (PS, PRN, EPS) and Adobe Illustrator (AI).
Answer:
Encapsulated PostScript (EPS)
EPS is the filename extension for Encapsulated PostScript files. PostScript is a page description language.
This language interprets to PostScript code information describing page layout, graphics and bitmaps. This
code can be viewed and edited in most standard text editors. EPS is a device independent, cross-platform
file type. For example, files can be created on the MacIntosh® system, exported as EPS, and opened and
printed on a PC based system. CorelDRAW 7 and Corel PHOTO-PAINT™ 7 can import and export EPS
files.
The CorelDRAW 7 Suite uses an EPS Placeable format. This means that when exporting as an EPS file,
users will have the option to export with or without an Image Header.
An Image Header can best be described as a low resolution image that is displayed as a reference for
placement purposes only. This image will be the same size as the original artwork and will print in its full
resolution when printing to a PostScript Printer. The EPS information remains attached to the image header
and is used when the image is printed to a PostScript printer. The bounding box is determined by the outer
most limits of the file and is used to display the size of the image for placement purposes. The exporting
application automatically determines the size of the bounding box. The EPS Placeable format is intended for
output only. Although the EPS file is editable in a text editor, it is not recommended that you do so. Editing
this PostScript file can result in possible data loss.
EPS Export Options
Image Header Options
The image header is either a Windows Metafile (WMF) or a TIF Bitmap (TIF). The user has the choice of
exporting with different headers. The image header can be black and white, 4 or 8 bit grayscale, or 4 or 8 bit
color. The image header can be exported at a resolution from 1 to 300 DPI.
Note: Some third-party applications may have a limitation on the image header size that you can import. If
this occurs, users may receive an error message stating that the file is too large.
In the interest of file size, it is recommended to export the image header at the default resolution of 72 DPI.
Even though the header appears in a low resolution on screen, the file will output in full resolution to a
PostScript printer.
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The file may also be exported without an image header. This will decrease file size, however, a
representation of the artwork will not be displayed.
Instead, a grey box, the same size as the bounding box for the artwork will be displayed. In the CorelDRAW
7 suite, the gray box will display the filename and the application which it was created in.
EPS Text Options
When exporting as EPS Placeable from the CorelDRAW 7 Suite, the option to export text as Curves or Text
will be given. If Curves is chosen, then the text in the file will not be editable for any future revisions. If the
Text option is chosen, point size and font information should be maintained.
The option to Include Fonts will also be available. Enabling this check box will download the font into the
EPS file. No fonts will be downloaded if you export text as curves.
Note: If a font used in the file is not resident on the printer or has not been embedded into the file, either the
text will print in Courier, or the drawing will not print. If Type 1 Fonts are required it is necessary to ensure
that all fonts have been downloaded to your printer.
Other Options
Use Float Bounding Box: This option is a new feature in CorelDRAW 7. By nature an EPS bounding box is
specified in points. Decimals are not permitted. Therefore rounding up to 2 points is inevitable. This new
feature works around this limitation and outputs the bounding box with a greater degree of accuracy.
Auto Increase Fountain Steps: This option increases the number of steps that are used to render fountain
fills. This may increase printing time, but will reduce the risk of banding.
Maintain OPI: OPI stands for Open PrePress Interface. It is a method that positions high-resolution bitmaps
on the printed page by using low-resolution replicas. Two images are created using a high-quality scanner.
The bureau scans the image and places it on a OPI server (this is a high end server software). A highresolution version, which is kept on file and a low-resolution equivalent. The low-resolution image is
imported into your documents and used for placement purposes. Working with OPI will help reduce the
document size and the time needed to redraw the screen. At the time of final output, the high-resolution files
replace the low resolution version. All links will be maintained if this option is selected.
Convert Color Bitmaps to Grayscale: This option will do exactly as it implies. Use this setting when
outputting to black and white printers.
Use Color Profile: This option will export the document using the current color profile for your printer as
defined by the Corel Color Manager.
EPS Auto Trapping Options
Two choices for Auto Trapping are given as options in the EPS Export dialog box. Always Overprint Black:
This option creates a color trap by causing any object that contains 95% black or more to overprint any
underlying objects.
Auto-spreading: This option creates color trapping by assigning an outline to an object that is the same color
as its fill, and having it overprint underlying objects.
EPS Export Limitations
In the CorelDRAW 7 Suite, EPS headers will change in size depending on the specified resolution of the
headers. To ensure accurate placement, export the file with the image header resolution at the default 72
DPI.
EPS files exported from Windows NT® 3.51 can not be reimported in CorelDRAW 7 using the PostScript
Interpreted filter.
The CorelDraw 7 Suite can only export single pages within an EPS file but it can import multiple page EPS
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documents created in other application
EPS Import Limitations
If a file is imported which contains large or complex gradient fills, a very large number of objects may be
generated. This is due to the way PostScript describes gradient fills. This may result in a a very large file
size.
EPS file formats may not import correctly using the All Files import option. To import EPS files, ensure that
the appropriate filter type from the List Files of Type list box is selected.
EPS - Frequently Asked Questions
Q. I have exported using EPS as the file type, but now I need to go back and edit my artwork. When I import
the EPS file it is just a box on the screen. I cannot edit it and the resolution looks terrible. What did I do
wrong?
A. When you import an EPS file using the Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) filter, you will only be importing
the image header and not the actual file. In order to edit this file, import the EPS file using the PostScript
Interpreted filter.
Adobe Illustrator® EPS
AI is the filename extension for vector graphics files created using Adobe Illustrator®. The properties of this
filter type are similar to EPS, however, this format is intended to be used with vector art only. CorelDRAW 7,
Corel PHOTO-PAINT 7, and CorelDEPTH 7 can successfully import this filter type. The CorelDRAW 7 AI
filter provides full support for the following Adobe Illustrator formats: 6.x, 5.x, 4.x, 3.x, 1.1 and 88. This filter
type is also cross-platform, meaning it can be imported by both PC and MacIntosh systems.
AI Export Options
Text Options
The text options are similar to EPS, except that the option to Include Fonts is not available. The choices will
be Text as Text or Text as Curves. As stated above, if the text is exported as Curves the text will not be
editable.
Other Options
Simulate Outline Effects: This option is a useful setting if the document contains outline effects such as
arrowheads, or dashed lines. If this setting is chosen the outline effects will not be editable in Adobe
Illustrator.
Convert Spot Colors to Process: This option will convert all spot colors in the file to their CMYK (Process)
color equivalents.
AI Export Limitations
On export the AI filter will create a separate EPS file for every bitmap contained within the original file. The
newly generated file is placed in the same folder, and is given a similar name, i.e.,. TEST.AI and
TEST1.EPS. Bitmap PowerClips, and the following fills; PostScript, full-color bitmap, two-color bitmap,
texture, interactive and transparency fills are ignored when exporting.
In General, AI files cannot support multiple layers or multiple pages. The exception to this rule is AI version
6.0 which will support multiple layers but not multiple pages.
Fountain fills will be exported as a series of filled bands, similar to the effect you get using the Blend feature.
The maximum number of bands supported is 50. The number of bands is determined by the Preview
Fountain Steps setting on the Display tab of the Tools, Options dialog box.
Arrowhead line caps are simulated by drawing the caps as separate objects. End caps either Round or
Square will be lost upon export.
Fit Text to Path is supported, however, each character will be exported as a separate text string.
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If a text object contains characters with special attributes, ie kerning, rotation, typeface changes, and
scaling, then each letter will be exported as a separate object and then converted to curves.
AI Suggestions
To make the export conversion easier, avoid combining objects in your file.
During the export conversion, objects can become complex, making it much more difficult to edit. To avoid
this problem, save a copy of the file in .CDR format and use CorelDRAW to edit the file.
If exported text displays in another font (usually the default font) or prints in Courier, export the file again
with Export Text as Curves enabled in the Export AI dialog box. This option should be selected whenever
your file contains a font not available in Adobe Illustrator.
AI vs. EPS
The AI format is a subset of the .EPS format that the CorelDRAW 7 Suite also exports. When you export to
AI, you may sacrifice some of the drawing effects that only EPS supports. Therefore, if the intention is to
print the file in a desktop publishing program like Corel VENTURA™ or Adobe PageMaker®, then export the
file using the EPS filter instead of the AI filter.
AI - Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When I import AI files into CorelDRAW 7, I cannot make any changes to the graphic. It seems impossible
to select a single object from the imported graphic. How can I do this?
A. Imported AI graphics will open into CorelDRAW 7 as a group of objects. Click Arrange, Ungroup in order
to separately manipulate and edit the objects.
Q. Why do my line caps and corners dropped out of my file when I import it into Adobe Illustrator?
A. It is possible to accurately reproduce calligraphic outlines, corner styles, and line caps. To do this, click
Tools, Options, Text and enable the Calligraphic Text check box. The outlines will export as a group of
polygons which match the appearance of the outlines in the application. This will significantly add to the size
of the exported file.
Q. I created a fountain fill from 100 Cyan to 100 yellow. I then exported the fountain filled object as an AI
file. After importing it back into CorelDRAW 7, why did all the colors shift to the RGB space?
A. Although the AI filter will hold the CMYK color space when exported out of CorelDRAW 7, it is limited
when importing vector objects into CorelDRAW 7. On import it will convert vector objects to RGB color. This
will also happen with Pantone® colors. The Pantone colors are supported on export but on import the
Pantone colors will be mapped to the RGB color space. Open this file in Adobe Illustrator and the
appropriate values should be maintained.
Q. I have created a small CDR file that contains some fountain fills, text and blends. The CDR is
approximately 25 KB in size. When I export the file as an AI and look at the file size using Windows Explorer
it shows a file size of approximately 35 MB in size. Why is the file size so large?
A. This issue is related to the fountain fills in the file. The fountain fills are exported as a series of filled
bands which can greatly increase the size of the AI file. Try exporting the original file as AI version 6.0. This
version should reduce the file size because it supports most fountain fills. Other versions of AI only simulate
the fountain fills.
POSTSCRIPT INTERPRETED
CorelDRAW 7 and Corel PHOTO-PAINT 7.0 can import PostScript Interpreted files. This filter is used
primarily for interpreting print files (.PRN) and editing the actual image of an EPS file.
PostScript Interpreted will import the files in the following formats; EPS, PS, and PRN.
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PS Import Limitations
If the file being imported contains Type 1 fonts, then the text will lose the font and style information when
imported into CorelDRAW 7 using the PS filter.
This usually happens when importing EPS files because when the text was exported to EPS, a font name
and style that is known to the printer, but not known to the system was assigned. When importing this
document back into CorelDRAW, the font style and font name cannot be found. Even though the font may
not look correct, the text will still be editable.
This differs from text created using TrueType fonts. If TrueType text is exported as text without selecting
include fonts, then the text will be imported as curves automatically.
Details:
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NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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When Importing an EPS file, a Box Appears on the Screen
When Importing an EPS file, a Box Appears on the Screen
DocumentID: 200487
Revision Date: 26-Mar-99 10:05:48 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
After exporting a file from CorelDRAW® using the EPS file format, the user wants to go back and edit their
artwork. When importing the EPS file, a box appears on the screen. The artwork cannot be edited and the
resolution is terrible.
Answer:
When you import an EPS file using the Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) filter, you will only be importing the
image header and not the actual file. In order to edit this file, import the EPS file using the PostScript
Interpreted filter.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Bitmaps or Fills Not Printing When Overlapping Other Objects
Bitmaps or Fills Not Printing When Overlapping Other Objects
DocumentID: 200491
Revision Date: 26-Mar-99 10:53:18 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Some bitmaps or fills do not print when placed over other objects.
Answer:
To resolve this, click Start, Settings, Printers. Click the printer icon, and click File, Properties. Click the
Graphics tab, and click Use Raster graphics.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Printer spool errors
Printer spool errors
DocumentID: 200498
Revision Date: 7/12/01 9:52:32 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Why do I get printer Spool file errors when I print?
Answer:
This error is commonly caused by the \WINDOWS\SPOOL folder becoming too full or unable to accept new
data. If this occurs, ensure that the SPOOL folder in the WINDOWS folder is purged of old print jobs. The
spooler can also be disabled in the printer driver's properties. For most printer drivers, click Start, Settings,
Printers. Click the printer icon and click File, Properties. Click Details, Spool Settings. Enable the Print
Directly To Printer check box.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Transparent Bitmaps in Corel PHOTO-PAINT 8 and CorelDRAW 8
Transparent Bitmaps in Corel PHOTO-PAINT 8 and CorelDRAW 8
DocumentID: 200506
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:06:09 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When a bitmap image is used in desktop publishing applications, it is
usually in the shape of rectangle. This does not have to be the case when
using Corel applications because there are several different ways of making the background pixels of the
image transparent so that the graphics laying behind the image will show through the bitmap. Eliminating a
color can also alter the apparent shape of the bitmap. For example: if the Bitmap Color Mask is applied to
the black background of a bitmap containing red text, the bitmap appears to take on the shape of the text
only. The bitmap does retain its original rectangular shape, however it will print and display without the black
background. This document will outline several methods for creating transparent backgrounds on bitmaps.
Answer:
Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) in Corel PHOTO-PAINT and
CorelDRAW
The following method could be used to turn a CorelDRAW or Corel
PHOTO-PAINT graphic into a bitmap image (CompuServe GIF) with a
transparent background.
A bitmap image can be saved as a GIF file with a transparent background. When saving the file as a
CompuServe GIF be sure that the Image has been converted to 256 colors .
In Corel PHOTO-PAINT 8:
1. Open the bitmap image.
2. Click File, Save As.
3. Select CompuServe Bitmap (GIF) format from the Save As Type list box, and click the Save button.
4. In the Gif Export dialog box enable the Image Color box. Select the eye dropper tool and click on the
desired color in the Original preview window and then click on OK.
In Corel PHOTO-PAINT 8 there is also an option to select Masked Area. If
the image contains a mask, select this option and everything outside the
mask will be designated as transparent. Note that the "Transparent Color" can also be changed by clicking
on the Color Table button. When the image is imported into an application that does not support GIF
transparencies, this will be the background color that is displayed.
In CorelDRAW 8:
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1. Import the bitmap image into an existing document.
2. Click File, Export.
3. Select the CompuServe Bitmap (GIF) format from the Save As Type list box, and click Export.
4. In the Bitmap Export dialog box select the desired bitmap settings. Internet graphics in the GIF format are
usually Paletted (8-bit) with a resolution of 96dpi. Click on the OK button.
5. In the Gif Export dialog box enable the Image Color box. Select the eye dropper tool and click on the
desired color in the Original preview window and then click on OK.
Note: the Masked Area option is not available when exporting to the GIF file format from CorelDRAW 8.
Removing Bitmap Backgrounds using the *.CPT filter
Note: This method works best with images that contain backgrounds of a single color.
1. Open the image in Corel PHOTO-PAINT 8.
2. Click on the Mask Tool with the left mouse button and hold. From the Mask fly out select the Magic Wand
Mask Tool.
3. Using the Magic Wand Mask Tool, click on the color background on the open image.
4. Click on the Mask menu, and select Invert.
5. Click on the Edit menu, and select Copy.
6. Click on the Edit menu, select Paste, As New Document. Or, click on File, New From Clipboard.
7. Save the file as a Corel PHOTO-PAINT Image (CPT)
8. Import the file into CorelDRAW 8.
Removing Bitmap Backgrounds using Clipping Paths/Masks
EPS Method:
This method does not support CMYK 32 bit color bitmaps.
1. In Corel PHOTO-PAINT 8, open an image.
2. Using the Mask tools, create a Mask around the desired area.
Note: If using a Clipping Path it is not necessary to create a Mask.
3. Click File, Save As. Save the file as Encapsulated PostScript *.EPS.
4. In the EPS Export Options, enable the Include Header, Save Image Enclosed by Mask, and Crop Image
to Mask Path When Saving check
boxes.
Note: If working with a Clipping Path instead of a Mask, click Save Image Enclosed by Path instead of Save
Image Enclosed by Mask.
6. Click OK.
7. Open CorelDRAW 8.
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8. Import the *.EPS file using the PostScript Interpreted filter (*.PS).
Note: If the EPS file is imported as Encapsulated Postscript, the background will not be transparent on the
display. This is only the header of the EPS file. The background will print as transparent when output to a
Postscript device.
Mask Method:
1. In Corel PHOTO-PAINT 8, open an image.
2. Using the Mask tools, create a Mask around the desired area.
3. Click File, Save As. Save the file to any one of the following popular file formats: Corel PHOTO-PAINT
(CPT), TIF Bitmap (TIF), Adobe¬ Photoshop¬ (PSD).
4. When importing this file into CorelDRAW 8, the unmasked area of the image will be transparent.
Removing Bitmap Backgrounds using the Shape Tool:
Bitmaps that are imported into CorelDRAW 8 can have their rectangular backgrounds cropped, by editing
their shape using the Shape tool.
1. Import the bitmap into CorelDRAW 8.
2. Click the bitmap with the Pick tool, and click the Shape tool. Nodes will appear around the bitmap.
3. Click and drag a node with the Shape tool. This will bend and crop the image.
4. To increase the number of nodes around the bitmap, click the desired spot and press the + button found
on the property bar.
5. The newly created node(s) can be moved with the Shape tool to crop the unwanted background.
Note: This bitmap will retain a rectangular shape if exported in a bitmap format. To keep this effect, save the
file as a CDR, CMX or an EPS file. To import the EPS file into CorelDRAW, you must use the Postscript
Interpreted (PS) filter, instead of the EPS filter.
Transparent Bitmaps Using the "Convert To" Option
Graphics that are created in CorelDRAW 8 can be easily converted to
bitmaps.
1. Click the Graphic using the Pick tool.
2. Click Bitmap menu, Convert To.
3. This dialog box gives you the option to set the colors, resolution, dithering, anti-aliasing as well as make
the background transparent.
4. Enable the Transparent background check box.
Note: This transparency feature will only make a white background transparent. It does not give the option
to choose another color to make transparent. It can't make the background of an existing bitmap
transparent.
Details:
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MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Changing Default Settings in CorelDRAW 8
Changing Default Settings in CorelDRAW 8
DocumentID: 200509
Revision Date: 8/11/01 4:40:45 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Default Style settings for Artistic text, Paragraph text, Bullets and Graphics are established by performing
the follows steps:
Answer:
1. Launch CorelDRAW 8.
2. Click Layout, Graphics & Text Styles .
3. Click the desired default object type from the list, e.g., Default Graphic, and right-click.
4. Click Properties.
5. From the various tree menus, set the default attributes for the object, text, or bullet.
6. Click on the Document tree menu, ensure that there is a checkmark on the Styles option, and click OK.
To set defaults for technique preferences such as those listed below, make the desired changes and click
Tools, Options, Documents. CorelDRAW will apply these settings to the current document, as well as the
default settings for new CorelDRAW documents.
The new default document uses the following settings from the current
document:
- General options
- Page options
- Grid, and Ruler options
- Styles
- Save options
- Publish to Internet options
The changes will be saved as defaults for all future CorelDRAW 8 work
sessions.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Installing True Type Fonts
Installing True Type Fonts
DocumentID: 200510
Revision Date: 7/12/01 10:32:06 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
The True Type font engine is an integral component of Windows95, 98, NT, ME and 2000. Therefore, a thirdparty font manager is not required to use True Type fonts in any application running in a Windows 95 or
higher environment. True Type fonts are installed to and accessed from the WINDOWS\FONTS or
WINNT\FONTS folder. CorelDRAW applications will access True Type fonts at this location.
Answer:
Note: Installing an excessive number of Fonts (+500) may tax system
resources, hinder performance and affect the operation of Windows 95 or Windows 98 or Windows ME.
There are two options for installing True Type Fonts in Window. Fonts may be installed using a Custom
setup of CorelDRAW or using the Fonts icon within the Windows Control Panel.
Installing True Type Fonts to Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000 or Windows NT:
1. Click Start, Settings, Control Panel and double-click the Fonts icon.
2. Click File, Install New Font.
3. Insert the CorelDRAW CD-ROM #1.
4. Click the CD-ROM drive from the Drives list box and double-click the folder that contains the desired
fonts, i.e. X:\FONTS\TTF\A.
5. Click the fonts to be installed and click OK.
Installing True Type Fonts from a Custom Setup of CorelDRAW:
1. Insert the CorelDRAW CD-ROM #1.
2. Click Setup from the Autorun feature. If Autorun is not activated, click Start, Run and type X:\SETUP.EXE
on the Open command line and press enter. (Where X:\ is the CD-ROM drive letter.)
3. When prompted to choose which type of install to perform, select Custom Setup.
4. Disable all check boxes in the Components, Writing Tools and Color Profile windows.
5. Choose to install by font groups or by individual fonts. Place a check beside the font group or individual
font name to be installed. Font group contents are described in the front of the Clipart Manual. By clicking
on the "+" symbol beside the Font group, a list of the fonts included in the group will appear. By clicking on
the font name a preview will appear in the window below.
6. Follow the prompts to finish the installation.
Details:
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Installing True Type Fonts
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Print overrun error when printing
Print overrun error when printing
DocumentID: 200513
Revision Date: 7/12/01 10:33:12 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Why is my printer generating a Print Overrun error message?
Answer:
This message sometimes occurs with non-PostScript HP LaserJet printers. To resolve this, click Start,
Settings, Printers. Click the printer icon, and click File, Properties. Click the Graphics tab, and click Use
Raster graphics.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Separations indicate CMYK values when using Spot colors
Separations indicate CMYK values when using Spot colors
DocumentID: 200516
Revision Date: 7/12/01 10:48:40 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Why do my separations contain CMYK values. I thought my original file only contained Spot colors? Where
are these CMYK colors coming from?
Answer:
The most common reasons for this are:
- CMYK outlines on objects
- CMYK black or white using in Fountain Fills with Spot colors
- Texture fills using Spot colors (texture fills are always treated as RGB and will separate as CMYK)
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Accessing Clipart & Symbols
Accessing Clipart & Symbols
DocumentID: 200518
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:17:53 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
There are over 40,000 clipart images and symbols in CorelDRAW 8.
Importing is the primary method of accessing the clipart in CorelDRAW
products for use within a document. This tutorial will outline the steps
required to search for and import a specific clipart image from the clipart
manual.
Answer:
Importing Clipart
Search for the Clipart image FBALL122 , found on page 363 of the Clipart
manual
1. Insert the CorelDRAW 8 CD-ROM #2.
2. Click File, Import.
3. In the List Files of Type list box, click CorelDRAW .CDR.
4. From the Import dialog box, select the appropriate CD drive, and double click on the Clipart folder.
5. A list of clipart categories will appear in the import window.
To determine which category is associated with FBALL122, turn to page 363 in the Clipart Manual. The top
right hand corner of each page displays a category name or path. In this case, the category is ...\SPORTS.
6. Double click on the SPORTS folder, then FOOTBALL
7. From the list of files, double click FBALL122.
8. Click on the page where you wish to place the image, or hit the space bar to drop the image at the default
location.
Accessing Symbols
Symbols are located in Section C of the Clipart Manual (immediately
following page 400 of the Clipart section), and are referenced in the same
manner as the clipart, but are not Opened or Imported into a document.
Note: The CorelDRAW symbols can be accessed directly from CorelDRAW provided that all of the symbols
have been previously installed. If all of the symbols are not available to you, install the symbols in the same
manner you would install True Type fonts. The symbols are located on CD-ROM #1 in the
FONTS\SYMBOLS folder.
To access a Symbol:
1. Click View, Dockers, Symbols, or click on the Star icon on the ribbon bar.
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Accessing Clipart & Symbols
2. The Symbols RollUp will appear. Locate the appropriate category for the desired symbol in the list box.
3. From the Clipart manual, locate the Symbol number and type it in the # list box. The chosen symbol will
be highlighted.
4. Drag and drop the symbol onto the document.
Templates
Templates are found on CD-ROM #1 in the TEMPLATE folder. To access a Template, click File, New From
Template, click CorelDRAW templates, and click next. Choose from a list of available templates.
Photos and Bitmaps
Photos and Bitmaps can be found on CD-ROM #3. Photos are in the
PHOTOS folder and the Bitmaps are located under the IMAGES folder. To
access them, click File, Import, and click Wavelet Compressed Bitmap (WI) for photos and TIFF Bitmaps
(TIF) for all other bitmaps in the Files of Type list box. Refer to the Clipart manual to properly associate the
desired image to its respective category.
Floating Objects
Floating Objects are found on CD-ROM #3 in the OBJECTS folder. To
access them, they must be opened in Corel PHOTO PAINT or imported
into CorelDRAW.
3D Models
There are 2 types of 3D Models located on CD-ROM #3. The first one is in
the 3DMODELS\D3D folder and can be opened in CorelDREAM 3D. In
CorelDREAM 3D a scene must be rendered in order to save the file as a
bitmap image. Refer to the online Help in CorelDREAM 3D, or the
CorelDREAM 3D tutorial for instructions about rendering a scene. Once the file is saved as a bitmap image
it can be imported into CorelDRAW. The other type of 3D model is located in the 3DMODELS\3DMF folder.
These can be imported into CorelDREAM 3D, imported into CorelDRAW, or opened into Corel PHOTOPAINT.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Graphics Display in a Wireframe Mode in CorelDRAW™
Graphics Display in a Wireframe Mode in CorelDRAW™
DocumentID: 200575
Revision Date: 08-Feb-99 3:53:29 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Filled vector graphics display as if they are not filled or in a Wireframe mode when the View is set to Normal
in CorelDRAW™.
Answer:
Update your video adapter driver with the latest driver from the manufacturer. If you already have the latest
video driver and are still experiencing this issue, try reducing the Graphics Acceleration as follows.
In Windows® 98:
1. Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, and double-click the Display icon.
2. Click Settings, Advanced, and select the Performance tab.
3. Reduce the Hardware Accelaration to None.
4. Click OK, and OK again.
5. Click Yes when prompted to reboot the system.
In Windows 95:
1. Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, and double-click the System icon.
2. Click the Performance tab and select the Graphics button.
3. Reduce the Hardware Accelaration to None.
4. Click OK and OK again.
5. Click Yes when prompted to reboot the system.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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''Error opening file Coreldrw.cpl'' when launching Draw 8 (Win NT4)
''Error opening file Coreldrw.cpl'' when launching Draw 8 (Win NT4)
DocumentID: 200620
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:13:04 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When trying to open Corel DRAW8 getting error:"Error opening file Coreldrw.cpl in NT4"
Answer:
Search for the coreldrw.reg and the corelapp.reg files and double click on them both to enter the infomation
into the registry.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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''Error opening file Coreldrw.cpl'' when launching Draw 8 (Win NT4)
''Error opening file Coreldrw.cpl'' when launching Draw 8 (Win NT4)
DocumentID: 200621
Revision Date: 15-Feb-99 11:54:03 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When trying to launch Corel DRAW8 getting error:"Error opening file Coreldrw.cpl in NT4"
Answer:
Search for the coreldrw.reg and the corelapp.reg files and double click on them both to enter the infomation
into the registry.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Cannot Access ''Advanced'' and ''AutoTrapping'' Printing Options.
DocumentID: 200659
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:35:26 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Cannot access 'Advanced' and 'AutoTrapping' in the printing dialog box.
These options are only available when using postscript printers.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Problem editing Postscript fills (Hatching and Crosshatching)
Problem editing Postscript fills (Hatching and Crosshatching)
DocumentID: 200661
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:36:03 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When changing the width of lines with Hatching and Crosshatching postscrit fills the line width does not
change.
Answer:
Right click on the object with the postscript fill and select the Fill tab and Edit, change the angle from 45 to
44 and then change the width and Apply.
Details:
All versions
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Paper Type/Size does not change in the Property Bar.
Paper Type/Size does not change in the Property Bar.
DocumentID: 200667
Revision Date: 11/30/99 10:37:28 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
In Draw 8 when you select 'Custom' in the Property Bar for the page size it remains at the original page size
e.g. A4.
Answer:
When increasing the Paper Width and Height of the page from the property bar, the page size changes to
Custom.
Details:
All versions.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Missing objects when importing a PDF file
DocumentID: 200670
Revision Date: 1/7/00 7:14:29 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When a importing a PDF file into Draw 8 as a Portable Document Format some objects are missing.
Answer:
There is a workaround if you open the file in Acrobat Reader and print to a prn file then open this file in
Draw 8.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Smart heap error when printing
Smart heap error when printing
DocumentID: 200684
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:39:31 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Customer does a custom install just with CorelDraw 8 and the filters. He loads a complex file such as
"huntress.cdr" (sample file) and tries to print. As the file gets analyzed for printing, Draw begins to consume
significant amounts of virtual memory. This can cause a Smart Heap error message if insufficient swap
space (Win95) or page file size (WinNT4) is not available.
Answer:
Two files are required to resolve this problem and can be found on CD #1 in the directory COLOR. These
files need to be copied into the directory COREL\GRAPHICS8\COLOR (default path). The filenames are:
"crgb2hxn.pt" and "crgb2hxh.pt".
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Seperations Not Outputing Correctly For EPS Files
Seperations Not Outputing Correctly For EPS Files
DocumentID: 200685
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:40:19 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Import a greyscale TIFF file
Add a line of (magenta) text.
Export to EPS,
When printing the TIFF separates into 4 plates, there should be a greyscale plate
Answer:
1. When importing the Tiff into Draw make sure to select
'Link To High Resolution file for output using OPI'.
2. After editing the doc as required export to EPS making sure to select 'Maintain OPI Link' is selected.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Shape Tool Not Cropping BMP
Shape Tool Not Cropping BMP
DocumentID: 200686
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:40:58 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Import BMP, Select Crop tool, Zoom in on image,
Move the Top left hand node a 1 mm downwards.
The line moves below the image border however the image is not cropped.
Answer:
Workaround: After moving the nodes to desired location, click on 'To Curve' button on the property bar.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Installation Error ''Exception OE has Occured''
Installation Error ''Exception OE has Occured''
DocumentID: 200688
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:41:32 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
This problem usually occurs when the customer is using a Cyrix processor or any procssor that doesn't use
floating points.
Answer:
Change the processor to one that uses floating points.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Cannot find Dream 3D
Cannot find Dream 3D
DocumentID: 200689
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:42:05 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Customer did a full installation of the suite however cannot find Dream.
Answer:
Dream is not installed by default. A seperate installation must be run to install it. Run the installation
procedure and pick the option to install Dream
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Capture Images Appearing in Black and White
Capture Images Appearing in Black and White
DocumentID: 200698
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:46:11 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
In the manual there are 125 - 2 colour bitmap samples listed.
However on the CD there are only 40.
Answer:
This is beacuse the 'Coreldrw.bpt' file is corupt.
As a WORKAROUND you can send / get the customer to copy the 'Coreldrw.bpt' file from Draw 7. Make
sure to save to the file in the Coreldraw8\ Custom folder and check to see that is not write protected.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Printing separations to an image setter gives bad results
Printing separations to an image setter gives bad results
DocumentID: 200699
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:47:09 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Printing separations to an image setter gives bad results.
Answer:
By default CorelDRAW is using PostScript Level 2, most of the image setters are still using PostScript Level
1, therefor change it in the PostScript Options in the Print Menu to Level 1.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200699.htm [20.10.2001 19:57:38]
Cannot find the colour correction in CorelDRAW 8
Cannot find the colour correction in CorelDRAW 8
DocumentID: 200700
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:47:36 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Answer:
This option has moved to the menu "Tools" - "Options" - "Global" - "Color Management" and is called
"Calibrate colors for display".
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200700.htm [20.10.2001 19:57:42]
Cliparts appear with a b/w pattern on the screen
Cliparts appear with a b/w pattern on the screen
DocumentID: 200701
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:48:02 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
If you import a coloured clipart it appears with a b/w pattern on screen. The printout however is fine.
Answer:
Make sure, that in the menu "View" the option "Overprinted Objects" is NOT selected.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200701.htm [20.10.2001 19:57:46]
CorelDRAW will not accept serial number in ''Help'' - ''About''
CorelDRAW will not accept serial number in ''Help'' - ''About''
DocumentID: 200702
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:51:59 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
If you try to type in the serialnumber in the menu "Help" - "About CorelDRAW" - "Edit Serial/PIN..." with the
following format: "DR8XR-123445678" you get the error "Invalid serial number. Please try again.". However,
the same serial number works fine during the installation.
Answer:
The format is not DR8XR-123445678 but instead should be entered as:
DR8-XR123445678.
The XR part should be on the right hand side.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200702.htm [20.10.2001 19:57:51]
IPF when ''Publishing to Internet''
IPF when ''Publishing to Internet''
DocumentID: 200703
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:52:48 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
IPF when "Publishing to Internet" using the Internet Wizard.
Answer:
Use Internet Dialog when Publishing to Internet.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200703.htm [20.10.2001 19:57:55]
Images in Corel Tutor disappear.
Images in Corel Tutor disappear.
DocumentID: 200704
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:53:21 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Scroll down in Corel TUTOR and images in Tutor disappear.
Answer:
Change display to a higher setting (from 600x800 to 1024x768)
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200704.htm [20.10.2001 19:58:00]
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200705.htm
IPF Using a Custom White Outline button
DocumentID: 200705
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:53:54 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
IPF when using a custom White Outline button onto Toolbox.
Answer:
Workaround: Use the white fill from the pallette
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200705.htm [20.10.2001 19:58:06]
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200706.htm
Cannot Import 3DMF Files Directly From CDROM.
DocumentID: 200706
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:54:24 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Unable to import 3DMF files directly from CDROM.
Answer:
Copy 3DMF file to hard drive and import from there.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200706.htm [20.10.2001 19:58:13]
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200707.htm
Transform Rollup Cannot Repeat Rotation With CTRL-R
DocumentID: 200707
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:55:03 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Rotate transformations done through Transform rollup cannot be repeated with CTRL-R
Answer:
WORKAROUND :
Repeat transformation using the Rollup.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200707.htm [20.10.2001 19:58:32]
Installation Error ''Could Not Find Required Source File''
Installation Error ''Could Not Find Required Source File''
DocumentID: 200708
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:55:45 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
During installation the error message "Could Not Find Required Source File" appears.
Answer:
This is caused by 16 bit CD ROM drivers being loaded.
Rem our any 16 bit drivers and make sure that 32 bit drivers are loaded.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200708.htm [20.10.2001 19:58:37]
Icons Missing From Customizing Toolbars.
Icons Missing From Customizing Toolbars.
DocumentID: 200709
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:56:41 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Lock, Unlock, Unlock All icons missing from Customizing Toolbars.
Answer:
Workaround: Create your own icons.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200709.htm [20.10.2001 19:58:42]
Cannot View Clipart Images Under NT4
Cannot View Clipart Images Under NT4
DocumentID: 200710
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:57:29 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Cannot View Clipart Images In Scrapbook Under NT
Answer:
Make sure that either the Media Folder Indexer or Internet explorer version 4 is installed. To view the clipart
thumbnails, right click on the scrapbook and go to 'View', and set it to 'Thumbnail'
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200710.htm [20.10.2001 19:58:47]
Error Launching Corel Draw 8
Error Launching Corel Draw 8
DocumentID: 200711
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:58:06 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
"Error opening Coreldrw.cpl" message received when trying to launch Draw.
Answer:
Rename / delete the coreldrw.ini file and restart the program.
This can be found in the :
Graphics 8\workspace\corel draw8\_default directory.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200711.htm [20.10.2001 19:58:52]
Error Opening Coreldrw.cpl Under NT4
Error Opening Coreldrw.cpl Under NT4
DocumentID: 200712
Revision Date: 2/8/00 5:59:28 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
"Error Opening Coreldrw.cpl " under NT4 when trying to open Draw.
Answer:
Search for the coreldrw.reg and the corelapp.reg files and doulble click on them both to enter the infomation
into the registry.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200712.htm [20.10.2001 19:58:58]
How Do I Open A Draw 8 File In Draw 6 ?
How Do I Open A Draw 8 File In Draw 6 ?
DocumentID: 200713
Revision Date: 2/8/00 6:00:00 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Answer:
In the save as dialog box in Draw 8 choose save as version 6.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200713.htm [20.10.2001 19:59:03]
Multitasking Option
Multitasking Option
DocumentID: 200714
Revision Date: 2/8/00 6:00:50 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Answer:
This option is ON by default and cannot be turned off in Draw 8
Details:
(it is possible in ppaint)
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200714.htm [20.10.2001 19:59:07]
Problems Maintaining Transparencies When Exporting Files
Problems Maintaining Transparencies When Exporting Files
DocumentID: 200715
Revision Date: 2/8/00 6:33:16 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Problems maintaining transparencies when exporting files from Draw.
Answer:
Use the GIF File Type - as this gives the option to use transparency.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200715.htm [20.10.2001 19:59:12]
Perspective Lost On Groups Of Clones.
Perspective Lost On Groups Of Clones.
DocumentID: 200716
Revision Date: 2/8/00 6:32:45 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Perspective lost on groups of clones after file is saved and reopened.
Answer:
Workaround: Use duplicates instead of clones
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200716.htm [20.10.2001 19:59:18]
Dimension Lines Jump To New Node.
Dimension Lines Jump To New Node.
DocumentID: 200722
Revision Date: 2/8/00 6:40:12 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When node added to two objects linked by dimension line, dimension line may jump to new node.
Answer:
Bug # 256007
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200722.htm [20.10.2001 19:59:27]
Preview Does Nothing In GIF89a Transparency Dialog .
Preview Does Nothing In GIF89a Transparency Dialog .
DocumentID: 200724
Revision Date: 2/8/00 6:47:04 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Preview does nothing in GIF89a Transparency dialog when eye dropper used to select the transparent
colour.
Answer:
Apparently not a bug, it does this by design
(suggestion for DRAW 9.)
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200724.htm [20.10.2001 19:59:33]
Spot Color Text Will Not Print Emulsion Side Down.
Spot Color Text Will Not Print Emulsion Side Down.
DocumentID: 200730
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:02:43 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Spot color text printed to HP4 non-postscript printers won't print Emulsion Side down.
Answer:
Convert the text to curves before printing.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200730.htm [20.10.2001 19:59:41]
Visible / Printable Properties Of A Layer In Object Manager.
Visible / Printable Properties Of A Layer In Object Manager.
DocumentID: 200731
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:09:08 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When toggling the Visible and Printable properties of a layer in the Object Manager, the list scrolls to the
top. So you then have to scroll back down again to do the same to another layer or work on another layer.
Answer:
This is by design.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200731.htm [20.10.2001 19:59:45]
Selecting Tools, Options causes IPF.
Selecting Tools, Options causes IPF.
DocumentID: 200735
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:26:00 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Selecting Tools, Options causes IPF.
Answer:
Go to Windows Display Properties, Appearance. Under Item, select 3D Objects and set the colour to one of
the standard 256 colours.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200735.htm [20.10.2001 19:59:50]
Transforming Clone Object Maintains Link with Master Object
Transforming Clone Object Maintains Link with Master Object
DocumentID: 200736
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:26:32 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Transforming a clone object doesn't break link with master object. This one occurs in DRAW 7 and 8,
although it works fine in DRAW 6.
Answer:
Break the link to the master object before transforming.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200736.htm [20.10.2001 19:59:55]
DRAW IPFs When Trying To Save The File.
DRAW IPFs When Trying To Save The File.
DocumentID: 200741
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:31:21 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
After applying a Bitmap Color Mask, DRAW IPFs when trying to save the file. The problem occurs based on
the color tolerance set.
Answer:
Problem in early build, the problem was confirmed by QA and apparently does not occur in later builds.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200741.htm [20.10.2001 19:59:59]
Changing the drive path for the Scrapbook Clipart
Changing the drive path for the Scrapbook Clipart
DocumentID: 200749
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:46:52 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
To change the drive from the CD drive to a different drive for Clipart
Edit the Coreldrw.ini file in the current workspace in the following way
Change the line under [Scrapbook]
Tab2=3,5,Clipart,ClipartCD
to
Tab2=1,1,Clipart,C;\Temp (for example)
Save Coreldrw.ini and run Draw and goto Scrapbook in the View Menu and select Clipart. It should now be
set at C:\temp as the default directory
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200749.htm [20.10.2001 20:00:05]
Problems installing Draw 8.433 patch
Problems installing Draw 8.433 patch
DocumentID: 200758
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:47:23 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
If the update installation gives errors such as "Capture.exe is not a valid previous version and could not be
upgraded".
Answer:
Uninstall and reinstall from the CD, if it is version 8.232 run setup from CD#1 and install a typical
installation, then without restarting install the 369 patch and again without restarting install the 433 patch
and then restart the system.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200758.htm [20.10.2001 20:00:10]
Error when creating a barcode using ISBN barcode
Error when creating a barcode using ISBN barcode
DocumentID: 200762
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:48:13 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When creating a barcode using ISBN and after entering 9 digits a message appears saying "Input is not
complete".
Answer:
The ISBN (International Standard Book Number) has a specific structure.It is
made up of 10 digits (the nine that are requested in Barcode and a check digit that is discarded)plus an
"Add On" of 2 or 5 digits..To complete the message you must include a fixed 3 country code "978".
The format for entering the first 9 digits is "x-xxxx-xxxx".
To do this in Barcode Wizard.......
Choose ISBN from the Industry Standard dropdown.
Enter a 9 digit number using the "x-xxxx-xxxx" format.
Choose "Next".
Choose "Advanced"command button.
In the Advanced options dialog choose "978 attached " radio button.
Choose"OK".
In Barcode Wizard choose the "Back" command button.
You can now enter the 2 OR 5 digit "Add On".
Choose "Next".
Choose "Finish".
This completes the creation of "ISBN" barcode
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200762.htm [20.10.2001 20:00:17]
Does Draw 8 take advantage of a dual processor machine
Does Draw 8 take advantage of a dual processor machine
DocumentID: 200768
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:49:41 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
No, Draw 8 does not take advantage of a dual processor machine.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200768.htm [20.10.2001 20:00:25]
Bad results when printing a duotone bitmap to an image setter
Bad results when printing a duotone bitmap to an image setter
DocumentID: 200774
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:50:12 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Import a bitmap and convert it to Duotone 8 bit, then add as default Pantone Process Black and Pantone
279CV then change the curves a bit. When printed in separations the plates are both the same for each
Pantone color.
Answer:
In the Separations tab of the print menu select use Advanced Settings and change the Angle of one of the
colors from 45 to 15. If you print this way you will see the same result in the preview but it solves the
problem when printing to an image setter.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200774.htm [20.10.2001 20:00:30]
Increase in Files Size When Exported as EPS
Increase in Files Size When Exported as EPS
DocumentID: 200823
Revision Date: 2/8/00 7:33:24 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
File size increases dramatically when exporting as EPS.
(This can be seen in the export dialog box)
Answer:
This only seems to happen when the Object Manager is open and the page is displayed.
Close Object Manager before exporting and the issue no longer exists!
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200823.htm [20.10.2001 20:00:34]
Interactive Toolbar Disabled
Interactive Toolbar Disabled
DocumentID: 200847
Revision Date: 02-Jun-99 2:18:24 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When the linear dimension roll-up is open, and the 'Place above the line' and 'Place in center' options are
selected, it is no longer possible to change the page size using the interactive toolbar.
Answer:
To remedy this situation:
Close the Linear Dimension roll-up (or deselect the options while changing the page size)
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_200847.htm [20.10.2001 20:00:39]
Unable to Zoom with Mouse Wheel
Unable to Zoom with Mouse Wheel
DocumentID: 201233
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:00:20 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
In some cases, scrolling with a mouse wheel does not zoom in and out in CorelDRAW.
Answer:
The mouse wheel has been configured by its own software to perform other functions, which override the
CorelDRAW default of zooming in and out of the document.
To renable the zoom function of the mouse wheel within CorelDRAW, disable the mouse wheel function
assignment through the mouse software included with the mouse. This is often found in the Windows
Control Panel.
Basic scrolling functionality will be maintained within the Windows environment.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201233.htm [20.10.2001 20:00:43]
Unable to make a font bold or italic
Unable to make a font bold or italic
DocumentID: 201257
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:19:23 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
The Bold and Italic buttons are disabled in the Text property bar.
Answer:
In CorelDRAW, all styles of a font must be installed before the Bold and Italic buttons become enabled.
Most fonts have up to four individual font files:
For example:
Times New Roman
Times New Roman Bold
Times New Roman Italic
Times New Roman Bold Italic
To verify whether or not this is the case, look for the Bold and Italic styles of the font in the Windows Font
folder. Click on Start, Settings, Control Panel. Double-click on the Fonts icon and look for the font in the list.
If a Bold or Italic version of the font does not appear, then the bold and italic buttons will be disabled.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201257.htm [20.10.2001 20:00:48]
Spot Colors display differently than in previous versions
Spot Colors display differently than in previous versions
DocumentID: 201258
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:19:56 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
After opening a file from a previous version of CorelDRAW into CorelDRAW 8 or CorelDRAW 9, the Spot
Colors do not look the same.
Answer:
By default, CorelDRAW 8 and CorelDRAW 9 do not map Spot Colors into the CMYK gamut.
To enable this feature, click on Tools, Options, Global, Color Management, General and enable "Map spot
colors into CMYK gamut" and click OK.
Spot Colors will now display the same as in previous versions.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201258.htm [20.10.2001 20:00:53]
Accessing Node Edit Rollup
Accessing Node Edit Rollup
DocumentID: 201278
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:20:26 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Short Cut to open Node Edit rollup
Double clicking on the Shape tool icon, automatically opens the rollup.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201278.htm [20.10.2001 20:00:59]
Shortcut - Adding a Page Frame
Shortcut - Adding a Page Frame
DocumentID: 201279
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:20:58 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
A short cut to instantly add a page frame.
Double clicking on the Rectangle Tool automatically creates a rectangle to act as a page frame
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201279.htm [20.10.2001 20:01:05]
Quick customizing Rollup groups
Quick customizing Rollup groups
DocumentID: 201280
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:21:27 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
You can customize your roll-up groups without opening the Tools, Customize dialog.
Open one of the effects in CorelDRAW (ie: click Effects, Blend) In the rollup, click on one of the effects and
drag it out onto the workspace.
To put this effect back into the effects rollup group, left-click on the rollup's titlebar and drag the rollup back
into the original rollup group and let go.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201280.htm [20.10.2001 20:01:12]
Toolbox missing in PHOTO-PAINT or CorelDRAW
Toolbox missing in PHOTO-PAINT or CorelDRAW
DocumentID: 201325
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:24:18 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
The toolbox on the left side of the display is missing.
Answer:
First make sure that the toolbox is enabled. Click on Tools, Options, Customize. Make sure that there is a
checkmark in front of Toolbox in the list of available Toolbars.
If there is a checkmark, reset the application to its factory default settings.
NOTE: Resetting to the factory default settings will result in the loss of all customized settings within the
application.
While launching the application, hold down the F8 function key. You will be prompted with a message
saying "Are you sure you want to overwrite the current workspace with the factor default?". Click on Yes to
continue.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201325.htm [20.10.2001 20:01:19]
Error opening CorelDRAW 2 files
Error opening CorelDRAW 2 files
DocumentID: 201326
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:24:46 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When trying to open CorelDRAW 2 files you get a message indicating that the file format is not supported or
that it is an invalid file format.
Answer:
CorelDRAW 2 files are not supported in CorelDRAW 7, CorelDRAW 8 or CorelDRAW 9. Open the file in
CorelDRAW 2 and export it to another file format such as Windows Metafile (WMF). You can then import
the WMF file into a newer version of CorelDRAW.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201326.htm [20.10.2001 20:01:24]
Application crashes when scrolling through the font list
Application crashes when scrolling through the font list
DocumentID: 201328
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:25:52 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
While scrolling through the list of fonts in CorelDRAW or Corel PHOTO-PAINT, the application crashes.
Answer:
This behaviour can be the result of corrupt font installed in the Windows fonts folder. Click on Start,
Settings, Control Panel and double click on the Fonts icon. In the Fonts folder, click on View, Details to list
all fonts by detail. Click on the Size header to sort the fonts by size. Look for and remove 0K (zero kilobyte)
fonts.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201328.htm [20.10.2001 20:01:38]
Unable to open a CorelDRAW 9 file in a previous version
Unable to open a CorelDRAW 9 file in a previous version
DocumentID: 201329
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:26:17 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
You are unable to open a CorelDRAW 9 file in previous versions of CorelDRAW.
Answer:
CorelDRAW 9 files cannot be opened in earlier versions of CorelDRAW, you must save the file to that
version's file format. In CorelDRAW 9, click on File, Save As, and select the desired version on the right
from the Version drop-down list and click the Save button. The earliest version that CorelDRAW 9 can save
to is version 5.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201329.htm [20.10.2001 20:01:43]
Unable to open a CorelDRAW 8 file in a previous version
Unable to open a CorelDRAW 8 file in a previous version
DocumentID: 201330
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:26:43 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
You are unable to open a CorelDRAW 8 file in previous versions of CorelDRAW.
Answer:
CorelDRAW 8 files cannot be opened in earlier versions of CorelDRAW they can only be opened in version
8 and version 9. You must save the file to that version's file format. In CorelDRAW 8, click on File, Save As,
and select the desired version on the right from the Version drop-down list and click the Save button. The
earliest version that CorelDRAW 8 can save to is version 5.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201330.htm [20.10.2001 20:01:47]
Unable to open a bitmap
Unable to open a bitmap
DocumentID: 201332
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:27:37 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
In CorelDRAW, you are unable to OPEN a raster image (ie: TIF, BMP, GIF, JPG, etc.). A message appears
indicating that the file has an invalid file format.
Answer:
CorelDRAW is not designed to open raster images, they should be imported using the File, Import
command.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201332.htm [20.10.2001 20:01:54]
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201333.htm
Edit Bitmap missing from menu
DocumentID: 201333
Revision Date: 11/19/99 6:28:00 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Under the Bitmaps menu in CorelDRAW, the "Edit Bitmap" function is disabled even when a bitmap is
selected on the page.
Answer:
The CPT file association has been disabled in PHOTO-PAINT. To re-enable the CPT file association,
launch PHOTO-PAINT, click on Tools, Options, Global, Filters, Associate and enable the CPT (Corel
PHOTO-PAINT) file association. The Edit Bitmap option should now be available.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201333.htm [20.10.2001 20:01:58]
CorelDRAW Versions 7,8 and 9 - moving rulers
CorelDRAW Versions 7,8 and 9 - moving rulers
DocumentID: 201446
Revision Date: 1/14/00 2:13:45 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
To move the rulers in CorelDRAW, with your SHIFT key held down, simply click and drag the rulers
anywhere you like on the page. This can be done individually, or by following the same steps above, click
on the small box where the two rulers intersect and drag them both at the same time.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201446.htm [20.10.2001 20:02:05]
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201449.htm
Import DXF files with Symbols
DocumentID: 201449
Revision Date: 1/14/00 2:19:05 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
When importing a DXF file from AutoCAD, that has symbols in it, "explode" the symbols. Exploding the
symbols will make it easier to bring the file in. Exploding in AutoCAD, is like doing an ungroup in
CorelDRAW.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201449.htm [20.10.2001 20:02:09]
Saving frequently used objects for use in many files
Saving frequently used objects for use in many files
DocumentID: 201452
Revision Date: 7/9/01 4:42:33 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
To quickly save a small portion of a file, to be used in another document, drag the item to the Windows
desktop. This will create a "scrap". It can then be dragged into another document. (This is a quick way to
save an entire page from a multi page document).
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201452.htm [20.10.2001 20:02:15]
Error Saving File on Network
Error Saving File on Network
DocumentID: 201858
Revision Date: 1/28/00 12:14:11 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
File open, located in Novell Server, Open in Draw 8/9, after editing no longer be able to save the same file
on same location.
Error only occured on the existing file....On the new doc or project no problem.
Answer:
1. Save as: The file to the local HD, then copy to file to the right location in the Novell Server.
2. Download file called revfhrt.exe available from support.novell.com.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201858.htm [20.10.2001 20:02:24]
Install font option not available in Panose Font matching results window.
Install font option not available in Panose Font matching results window.
DocumentID: 201962
Revision Date: 6/22/00 5:19:17 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When attempting to open a document that uses a font that is not installed on the current machine, the
Panose font matching results window appears. The option to install the missing font is not available.
Answer:
Make sure Bitstream Font Navigator is installed.
Open CorelDRAW 9. On a new document, go to the tools menu and choose options.
Double click on Text, then select fonts. Make sure "Use Font Navigator Catalog on Open is selected.
Open Bitstream Font Navigator.
Click File then find fonts.
Select the location of the missing font(s) then click o.k.
This will add all fonts in this location to part of the Font catalog.
In CorelDRAW 9, open up the document with the missing fonts, now the "Install font" option will be
available.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201962.htm [20.10.2001 20:02:28]
Error opening files created in a previous version of Corel DRAW
Error opening files created in a previous version of Corel DRAW
DocumentID: 201966
Revision Date: 6/23/00 10:10:31 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Trying to open a file that has been created in a previous version of Corel DRAW 9 (5,6,7 or 8) may prompt
you with a Invalid Page Fault (IPF).
Answer:
On your Desktop choose START - SETTINGS - PRINTERS - ADD PRINTERSelect local printer, Choose APPLE (apple laser writer Pro 630), LPT 1, and set it as your default printer. Do
NOT choose to print a test page. Close out of the printer dialog box once you have confirmed that this
printer is there.
Hold down the F8 (function key) and answer yes to the pop-up window. Try opening your files.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201966.htm [20.10.2001 20:02:33]
Using fonts without installing them
Using fonts without installing them
DocumentID: 201979
Revision Date: 6/22/00 4:11:27 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
If you have to many fonts on your system
or choose not to clutter your system
with fonts you use once in a while for
special documents, try th
Answer:
Open fonts onto your desktop form your
CD #1. With these files open, execute
your DRAW and these fonts are now
available to you.
NOTE: These fonts MUST be open on your
desktop in order for them to be usable.
If you would like to save these files
into a folder on your hard drive do so
and this will not affect the total font
count registered to you
Details:
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MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201979.htm [20.10.2001 20:02:37]
Custom Crop marks (objects) don''t appear on all separations
Custom Crop marks (objects) don''t appear on all separations
DocumentID: 201981
Revision Date: 6/23/00 10:11:35 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Custom crop marks (or any created object) do not show up when printing separations. The created crop
marks (objects) don't appear on all separations
Select the desired objects using the "pick tool". Select the outline tool. Select "outline color dialog" from the
fly-out menu. From the "model" field select "registration color" from the pop down menu. This will make the
selected objects appear on all separations.
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MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_201981.htm [20.10.2001 20:02:43]
Draw8: Removing backgrounds
Draw8: Removing backgrounds
DocumentID: 202006
Revision Date: 6/23/00 12:10:10 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
I am having a problem understanding how to use layers and remove backgrounds. I have scanned in
several pieces of graphics and I want to remove the backgrounds of the graphics and make them
transparent. I went in and erased the areas and filed them as jpg's.
When I inserted them into other graphics, they came with the background borders. All I wanted are the
objects. I am using CorelDRAW 8 and bitmaps.
Answer:
When you scan something it is a Bitmap that consists of x and y dimensions and is made up of pixels. There
is no vector or line info in the file. This makes it hard to make the
background disappear. Document number 3459 gives instructions on how to make that background
transparent.
Details:
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MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202006.htm [20.10.2001 20:02:48]
Draw8: Search and Replacing Objects in file
Draw8: Search and Replacing Objects in file
DocumentID: 202007
Revision Date: 6/23/00 12:11:46 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
I use Corel Draw to produce scientific posters, slides and figures for publication. Is there an easy way to
make global changes to multiple objects, either identical objects or those with an identical property
(e.g., size, shape). For example I recently had a graph with over 400 data points in series linked by lines some filled circles, some not. My supervisor decided each data point should be 2mm x 2mm instead of 2.5
x2.5 so I had to change each point individually. Something like a find
and replace dialogue (in Word), or copy properties that includes size or shape etc would be fantastic. Or, (I
currently use Corel Draw 8) is there a repeat command that automatically repeats the last performed
command, so that having resized one object I could select the next and repeat the resize. I find CTRL-r only
works for some things, especially colors.
Answer:
Have a look under Edit, Find and Replace, Find Objects. As you go through the wizard you have different
options to search for.
Details:
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MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202007.htm [20.10.2001 20:02:54]
Twain Troubleshooting in Windows 98
Twain Troubleshooting in Windows 98
DocumentID: 202202
Revision Date: 6/23/00 3:29:18 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Unable to detect the TWAIN drivers listed under the SELECT SOURCE sub-menu in applications
Answer:
Click on START, SHUT DOWN and then RESTART. Hold the F8 key down as the system reboots to get the
Windows Start-up Menu. Select selective startup and make sure the cd rom driver loads. Continue but do
not load Windows' WIN command at end.
Put the Windows 98 CD in your CD ROM drive.
At the DOS PROMPT type:
extract /a/l c:\windows\system d:\win98\win98_30.cab ctl3d32.dll assuming that d: is your CD ROM drive
Restart your computer.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202202.htm [20.10.2001 20:03:00]
Error message when installing Corel Draw 8 SP2 (revision C)
Error message when installing Corel Draw 8 SP2 (revision C)
DocumentID: 202207
Revision Date: 6/23/00 4:38:35 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
The following errors may occure when installing CorelDRAW8 Service Pack 2 (Revision C):
• The file "XXXXXXX" is not a valid previous version and could not be upgraded
• This Patch is intended for the English Version of CorelDRAW™ 8 Rev B (Build 369). If you have
CorelDRAW ™ 8 Rev A (Build 232), you must
apply the Rev B patch prior to applying this patch.
Answer:
To avoid these errors you can try to re-install Revision B only. If this not help, you should perform the clean
re-install of CorelDRAW8 and all of the
patches.
To speed-up installation/upgrade perform the following steps:
• To keep your current toolbar/menu/rollups configuration, copy folder Workspace\CorelDRAW8\_default
and Workspace\PhotoPnt8\_default to the
safe place.
• To keep your custom paper sizes copy folder Corel 8/Graphics/Papers to the safe place.
• Un-install CorelDRAW through Control Panel>Add/remove Programs
• Start REGEDIT.EXE and remove the following branches (if they persists):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Corel\CorelDRAW\8.0
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Patches
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Corel\SETUP_WIZARD
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Corel\WritingTools\CorelDraw8
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Corel\CorelDRAW\8
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Corel\WritingTools\CorelDraw8
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Corel\Conversions\8
• Restart Windows in Dos mode to avoid sharing restrictions and delete any CorelDRAW8 folders
remaining. For Windows NT just restart and delete.
• Check Windows\Corel folder. If you have no previous CorelDRAW versions on your PC, delete this folder.
• Restart Windows and install CorelDRAW8. DO NOT restart your system at the end of installation process.
• Apply 369 patch. Again do not restart.
• Apply 433 patch. Now restart your system (click OK).
• Load CorelDRAW8 and exit it.
• Load PhotoPaint8 and exit it.
• Copy to Workspace\CorelDRAW8\_default all .cfg files from back-uped folder and to
Workspace\PhotoPnt8\_default all .cfg files from back-uped
folder. Do not copy *.ini files!
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202207.htm (1 von 2) [20.10.2001 20:03:06]
Error message when installing Corel Draw 8 SP2 (revision C)
Details:
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MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202207.htm (2 von 2) [20.10.2001 20:03:06]
Document not printing correctly to an HP PaintJet XL300 PS
Document not printing correctly to an HP PaintJet XL300 PS
DocumentID: 202442
Revision Date: 6/22/00 10:30:28 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Printing PS text rather than the actual
graphic to an HP printer fom Windows NT
4.0.
Answer:
This seems only to occur under Windows
NT 4.0. To corrct this, got to Adobe's
website, www.adobe.com, and download the
latest Adobe PS driver for NT and the
appropriate PPD file for your printer
manufacturer. Install the driver and PPD
an print with those new drivers.
Details:
Also download the PPD's for HP printers.
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202442.htm [20.10.2001 20:03:11]
Miter Limit
Miter Limit
DocumentID: 202582
Revision Date: 6/26/00 12:26:49 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When I draw a star and zoom in on the points, the poinst are not pointed at all, but squared off.
Answer:
Click on tools | options | edit | select MITER Limit. Ensure that it is set to its minimum value of 5 (Max=45)
and then click on apply.
The corners of the star will then become pointy.
Details:
Any corner that is less than the Miter Limit will have a beveled (squared-off) point. Corner joints above the
limit will come to a mitered (sharp) point. This limit prevents corners from extending far beyond the actual
corner at small angles, such as when a text character comes to a spike, for example, in the letter "M."
(c) 1992 - 1999 Corel Corporation. All rights reserved.
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202582.htm [20.10.2001 20:03:16]
Filling an open object
Filling an open object
DocumentID: 202599
Revision Date: 6/26/00 3:55:02 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Unable to fill an open object
Answer:
In Draw 8 and Draw9, select Tools - Options, click the plus sign beside Document and select General. Put a
check mark in front of Fill Open Curves
Details:
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provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202599.htm [20.10.2001 20:03:23]
Accessing the clipart/scrapbook from a network drive
Accessing the clipart/scrapbook from a network drive
DocumentID: 202604
Revision Date: 6/26/00 12:32:35 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Answer:
1. Open the CORELDRAW.INI file in Notepad. By default, this file is located in either the
"C:\WINDOWS\Profiles\{username}\Application Data\Corel\CorelDRAW8\CorelDRAW8\_default" folder if
Windows isconfigured for individual user profiles, or the
"C:\Corel\Graphics8\Workspace\CorelDRAW8\_BootDefault" folder if Windows is set up for one default
shared profile. There are multiple coreldrw.ini files, one in each workspace folder. Only the one for the
workspace being used needs to be edited.
2. Look for the following section:
[Scrapbook]
Tab1=1,1,Browse,.\Samples
Tab2=3,5,Clipart,ClipArtCD
Tab3=2,2,Photos,PhotosCD
Tab4=4,7,3D Models,PhotosCD, .\3DModels\3dmf
Tab5=7,6,Favorite Fills and Outlines,.\Fill_Out
Tab6=9,9,Ftp Sites,.\Net_Fav\Links
3. Change the "Tab2" line to the following (adjusting the path name as desired):
Tab2=7,6,Clipart,D:\MyPath
Details:
The "7,6" code forces the folder to open as the root, so the user cannot go back to the parent folder. If they
want to be able to browse, similar to the
"Browse" option, just use the same code as it uses: 1,1.
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MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202604.htm [20.10.2001 20:03:31]
Unable to create text that is greater than 3000 points
Unable to create text that is greater than 3000 points
DocumentID: 202623
Revision Date: 6/26/00 4:36:46 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
User is unable to create text that is greater than 3000 points - that is about 30 inches in CorelDraw 8. User
can't even transform the text object by pulling the corner handles. This worked in the original 8.232 and
stopped working in the 8.369
Answer:
Two solutions
1. Convert the text to curves, and then resize. This works fine if the user doesn't need to edit the text in the
future.
2. This other solution actually uses another known issue to help workaround this problem
- Type your artistic text on the page in CorelDRAW, any size is fine
- Create a rectangle (or other object) on the top of the text object
( withing the text's bounding box is a good idea)
- Group the text object and the rectangle together
You can now either increase the size by dragging the corner handles of the object group, or by entering inch
dimensions in the trasnform rollup. Once you have it set to the desired size, you can ungroup the objects
and delete the rectangle. The text remains editable.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202623.htm [20.10.2001 20:03:36]
Novell Netware 4.11 with CorelDRAW 8/9
Novell Netware 4.11 with CorelDRAW 8/9
DocumentID: 202632
Revision Date: 6/26/00 4:39:41 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Client receives error when saving file from the workstation to server, after editing the original file and trying
to save it.
Receives message: "Cannot save file while doc still open."
Answer:
Contact www.novell.com download the latest patch for Netware Service Pack2 or equivalent file name:
9531ft2.exe
Details:
Reasons: The *.tmp has been created while editing the original file, and when the original file was done
editing, the *.tmp should be auto delete from the server where the original file was located.
An Update to 3.2 and NT4.7 clients will be available in the near future.
www.novell.com
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202632.htm [20.10.2001 20:03:41]
Texture fills not displaying properly
Texture fills not displaying properly
DocumentID: 202743
Revision Date: 6/26/00 12:16:04 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
After filling an object in Corel DRAW with a texture fill only half the object holds the fill or does not display at
all.
Answer:
In the Windows Environment
START - SETTINGS - CONTROL PANEL
SYSTEM ICON - Performance tab - graphics - Reduce Hardware acceleration to none. Reboot your system.
Hold down the F8 key and relaunch the application. Answer YES to override current settings to the
manufacture default.
Details:
WINDOWS 95/98
This will also remove ~ANY~ customization you have done to he applicaion.
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202743.htm [20.10.2001 20:03:46]
Creating a Customized Pattern Fill and using it in Corel Draw
Creating a Customized Pattern Fill and using it in Corel Draw
DocumentID: 202799
Revision Date: 6/26/00 3:57:51 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
To create a customized pattern fill and use it in an file.
Answer:
Select the Fill tool flyout and choose the Pattern Fill Dialog box
Select bitmap and click on load
Choose the .bmp file that will be used as the new Pattern Fill, click open
Now the new custom pattern fill will now be accessible through the Pattern Fill Dialogue box
Details:
The custom pattern fill must be saved as a .bmp
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202799.htm [20.10.2001 20:03:51]
how to edit the profiles for postscript printers
how to edit the profiles for postscript printers
DocumentID: 202817
Revision Date: 6/29/00 3:59:52 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
How to edit the profiles for the postscript printers
1. install the ICC profile in color manager in draw8
2. use the COLOR PROFILE WIZARD
3. under device select composite printer
4. select EDIT GCR
this feature is only available for postscript printer with ICM files loaded in draw8 color manager
the draw9 diabled this feaure for the TAC
only with the color edition of draw9 can something even close to this be done.
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202817.htm [20.10.2001 20:03:55]
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202860.htm
Text appearing imcorrectly in the flyout menu from the property bar
DocumentID: 202860
Revision Date: 6/29/00 4:04:08 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When using text the font example doesn't appear properly from the flyout menu in the font dropdown list on
the property bar
Answer:
Go into Start, Settings, Cntrol Panel and select System. In Systm, select the Performance tab, and click on
the Graphics button. Reduce the hardware acceleration to none and restart the system.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202860.htm [20.10.2001 20:04:00]
Draw 7,8,9: point size, outline width
Draw 7,8,9: point size, outline width
DocumentID: 202866
Revision Date: 6/29/00 4:05:48 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When creating a circle or an ellipse and you want to change the outline width to a point size that is larger
than the default the object changes to an arc. Regardless of which units you choose (ie. points, pixels,
inches) this occurs. After checking all possible settings the situation still exsists.
Answer:
Go into Start, Settings, Control Panel. Select System and then the Performance Tab. In Peformance, click
the Graphics button and reduce the Hardware Acceleration to none.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202866.htm [20.10.2001 20:04:05]
Using Unicode Characters In Draw8 & Draw9
Using Unicode Characters In Draw8 & Draw9
DocumentID: 202928
Revision Date: 6/29/00 4:15:05 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
The shortcut keystroke for unicode characters in Draw8 & 9.
In Win98|95|NT40 click Start | Programs | accessories | Character Map
Select desired symbol and on the bottom right it shows the shortcut key for that symbol.
In Draw8|9 select the text tool press the shortcut key.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202928.htm [20.10.2001 20:04:19]
Automatically closing a curve so an object can be filled
Automatically closing a curve so an object can be filled
DocumentID: 202954
Revision Date: 6/29/00 4:17:14 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Can't fill an object because the curve is open
Select Tools - Customize - Toolbars
Click on the plus sign beside Edit and Transform, then select Node Editing
On the right side of dialogue box find the Auto-Close option button
Drag this button to the Property Bar
Select the line to be closed and click on Auto-Close
Then you can fill the object
Click on Auto-Close, the object can now be filled
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202954.htm [20.10.2001 20:04:25]
Failed to Create New Document
Failed to Create New Document
DocumentID: 202976
Revision Date: 6/29/00 4:17:47 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When launching Corel Drawand PhotoPaint, the error message "Failed to Create Empty Document" comes
up under Windows NT
Answer:
Change the default printer and the applications will launch without any difficulties.
Details:
The printer is too slow in responding when being polled by Draw and PhotoPaint or the driver is not
functioning at 100%.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_202976.htm [20.10.2001 20:04:30]
Changing Default Screen Frequency Print Settings
Changing Default Screen Frequency Print Settings
DocumentID: 202988
Revision Date: 6/26/00 4:18:25 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
To have a specific screen frequency when printing and wanting that setting set as the default
Answer:
Create a box on screen and fill with a pantone color
Select File - Print
Choose the PostScript Tab and adjust the screen frequency at the bottom of the dialogue box
Choose the Separations Tab, put a check mark in front of Print Separations and click Advanced, make sure
that the screen frequency is the same
Then choose the General Tab
At the bottom of dialogue box there is Print Style CorelDRAW Defaults
Click Save As and Save again
Details:
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MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Outlines in Draw do not scale with image correctly.
Outlines in Draw do not scale with image correctly.
DocumentID: 204460
Revision Date: 6/22/00 11:51:58 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When scaling an image, the outline
weights do not scale with the objects in
the file correctly. For example, a 5 X 5
in square with a 2 point outline when
scaled to 1 X 1 in still maintains a 2
point outline. This occurs when 'scale
with image' is not selected in the
outline tool properties when creating
objects which have an
Answer:
To correct this issue, follow these
instructions...
1. Open the file you wish to scale.
2. Choose edit, find and replace, then
select 'replace objects'.
3. In the replace objects dialogue box,
choose 'replace outline pen properties'.
4. Click next.
5. In the 'find' column, place a check
beside 'scale outline with image'. Set
it on 'OFF".
6. In the 'replace' column, place a
check beside 'scale outline with image'.
Set it on 'ON".
7. Click finish.
8. An options bar will appear. Choose
'replace all'.
All the outlines in your graphic will
now scale with your image c
Details:
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Outlines in Draw do not scale with image correctly.
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Zoom tool properties does not keep settings, Draw 8 Classic
Zoom tool properties does not keep settings, Draw 8 Classic
DocumentID: 204815
Revision Date: 9/29/00 4:03:04 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
This is a Draw 8 Classic bug. Right click on the zoom tool, choose properties, then click on calibrate rulers,
and change horizontal and vertical resolution. OK this and return to Draw, shut down draw and then restart
Draw. Check ruler calibration you will notice that the values have gone back to default.
Answer:
Details:
Draw 8 Classic
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_204816.htm
Zoom tool properties does not keep settings
DocumentID: 204816
Revision Date: 9/29/00 4:03:45 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
This bug happens in Draw 8 version 369 and 433. Right click on the zoom tool, choose properties, then click
on calibrate rulers, and change horizontal and vertical resolution. OK this and return to Draw, shut down
draw and then restart Draw. Check ruler calibration you will notice that the values have gone back to
default.
Answer:
Details:
This problem does not occur in Draw 8 rev 8.232 but does in revs 8.369 and 8.433
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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How to Edit the Scale of an Image
DocumentID: 204892
Revision Date: 7/19/00 10:53:56 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
How to Edit the Scale of an Image
Select Tools - Options - Document - Ruler
Under Units, select the unit of measurement to be used
Click Edit Scale
This Drawing Scale dialogue box provides controls that change the relationship between distances in the
drawing and distances in the real world
To save the scale:
Once the scale has been selected
Click on Document
Put a check mark in front of Save options as defaults for new documents
Click OK
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MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Customized Registration Marks
DocumentID: 204893
Revision Date: 7/19/00 10:51:10 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
When doing color separations, the customized registration marks' colors are also separated
Answer:
Create Registration Marks on the page
Select them
Click on the Outline Tool
Select the Outline Color Dialogue box
Click the Models Tab
Select Registration Color under the Model drop down menu
Click OK
Details:
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MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Cannot change Printer properties from within Draw 8 on Win 2000
Cannot change Printer properties from within Draw 8 on Win 2000
DocumentID: 205285
Revision Date: 9/29/00 4:15:04 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Error "Coreldrw.exe has generated errors and will be closed by windows".
Answer:
This is a bug due to the fact that Draw 8 was not designed for win 2000.
Change the Printer properties through Start\Settings\Printers.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_205557.htm
WP Typographic font not listed in Symbols list
DocumentID: 205557
Revision Date: 8/4/01 2:29:52 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
In Ventura when selecting Insert Symbol, the WP Typographic font is not listed. It is listed in the fonts list
however.
In DRAW 8, 9, 10, when you open the symbols and special characters docker it is not listed if only symbols
are selected. If the docker displays ttf fonts, type 1 fonts, ttf symbols and type1 symbols then it is visible.
Answer:
Install the Wp typographic font from the WP 7 cd. This is still seen as a symbol.
Details:
The font had to be changed for copyright reasons and after that it was no longer visible in the symbols list
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_205602.htm
Making a backup of your Workspace.
DocumentID: 205602
Revision Date: 5/7/01 10:15:27 AM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
The Workspace in CorelDRAW stores all of the customized settings for toolbars, menus, Options and the
Dockers\Roll-ups.
Sometimes one of these components may become corrupt.
At this point it needs to be reset to fix the problem and all customization would be lost for this particular
component, unless you have a backup.
Click Tools\Options, select Workspace.
Click on New
Enter a name for the new workspace.
Base this new workspace on your existing workspace.
Uncheck the box that says "Set as current Workspace"
Click O.K.
At any point you can come back to this section, select your "Workspace Name" and select "Set as current".
To make a manual backup.
For each workspace created, a folder and a file of the same name are created underneath your Profile in
Windows.
Open up windows Explorer, switch to the following location.
For Windows 2000
C:\Documents and Settings\"ProfileName"\ApplicationData\CorelCorelDRAW10
For Windows 95, 98, NT, ME
C:\Windows\Profiles\"ProfileName"\ApplicationData\Corel\CorelDRAW10
Select the folder called
"Name" and the file called
"Name".CW_
Copy these files to another location where you want to keep the back-up.
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provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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http://kb.corel.com/kbdocs/DRAW/DRAW8/DRAW8_206414.htm
TARGA BITMAP (TGA) EXPORT SAVES IN ENHANCED MODE EVEN THOUGH NORMAL
IS SELECTED
DocumentID: 206414
Revision Date: 6/20/01 4:30:47 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
This issue relates to the targa bitmap export for versions 8, 9 and 10 of CorelDRAW. Files exported in
normal mode are still saved in enhanced mode. Follow these steps to resolve the issue when saving files of
this type
Answer:
1. Click File-Export. Select TGA - Targa Bitmap from Files of Type. Click Export and the Bitmap Export
dialog will appear.
2. Deselect Transparent Background. This feature is not supported when exporting to normal mode. Click
on OK.
3. In the TGA Export dialog, select Normal for the File Format.
4. The file will now be saved in normal mode
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Dialog boxes appear to be in a different language
Dialog boxes appear to be in a different language
DocumentID: 206419
Revision Date: 6/26/01 1:15:28 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
Click File, Save As, and the text in the dialog box is not in English. (ie, German, Japanese).
Answer:
Rename mfc42loc.dll to Mfc42loc.old.
Documented in Microsoft's knowledgebase article Q249592 at the following link
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q249/5/92.ASP?LNG=ENG&SA=AL
Details:
The Microsoft knowledgebase document does state the problem is caused by Microsoft Picture It but other
programs are installing it as well.
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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How to change file association in Windows
How to change file association in Windows
DocumentID: 206424
Revision Date: 6/11/01 4:06:53 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
After the installation of a new application all the graphics files (ie. jpg, tif, gif, bmp) are associated with the
new application.
Answer:
Click Start, Find, Files or Folders (or Start, Search, for files or folders). Type in *.jpg or the desired file
extension (ie. bmp, tif, gif, etc..)that needs to be changed. In the search results single click a file, then hold
the shift key and right click that same file. Choose "Open With" from the menu that appears. Choose the
application that should open this file type (ie. Internet Explorer, Microsoft Paint, etc) Place a check in the
box beside "Always use this program to open these files". Click OK. Now all files of that extension will open
with that application.
Details:
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version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Toolbar, Menubar or Color Palettes are missing
Toolbar, Menubar or Color Palettes are missing
DocumentID: 206449
Revision Date: 6/11/01 4:16:47 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
The toolbar, menubar or color palettes are missing when the program is opened.
Answer:
Set the program back to the factory default settings. Close the program, hold the F8 key and reopen the
application. Hold the F8 until a message appears saying, "Are you sure you want to overwrite the current
workspace with the factory defaults?"
Press yes and let go of the F8 key. If the message doesn't appear, the F8 key wasn't held down long
enough.
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED. IT SHALL
NOTEXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION. SEE LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
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Manually Uninstalling CorelDRAW8
Manually Uninstalling CorelDRAW8
DocumentID: 206583
Revision Date: 8/11/01 4:33:21 PM
The information in this document applies to:
CorelDRAW™ 8
Problem
The Corel Uninstaller, located under Start, Programs, CorelDRAW™ 8, Setup and Notes, Uninstaller, may
not function correctly under certain conditions because of an incomplete or faulty installation.
The following sections will provide you with the instructions necessary to uninstall CorelDRAW 8. Note:
Before attempting a manual uninstall of CorelDRAW 8 from a system running Windows® 95, we strongly
recommend the following precautions:
* Create a startup disk to recover basic computer function in the event of a complete computer failure. The
startup disk can be created during the Windows 95 installation process, or by clicking Start, Settings,
Control Panel. Double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon and click Startup Disk, Create.
* Copy the SYSTEM.DAT and the USER.DAT to a folder on the startup disk or to an additional disk if there
is not enough space. Both files are located in the root of the WINDOWS folder and can be used to restore
the Windows 95 registry if damaged.
Answer:
Removing Files
1. Click Start, Programs, Windows Explorer.
2. Double-click the drive letter on which CorelDRAW 8 was installed, i.e. C:\.
3. Double-click the COREL folder, and delete the GRAPHICS8 folder. Note: Folder names may differ if
destination names were modified by the user during installation.
Removing Registry Entries
1. Click Start, Run.
2. Type REGEDIT on the Open command line, and click OK.
3. Double-click the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE folder.
4. Double-click the SOFTWARE folder.
5. Double-click the COREL folder.
6. Double-click the CORELDRAW folder.
7. Click the 8.0 folder, and press DELETE.
Removing Taskbar Entries
1. Click Start, Settings, Taskbar.
2. Click Start Menu Programs, and click Remove.
3. Click the CorelDRAW 8 entry, and click Remove.
CorelDRAW 8 has now been removed from the computer.
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Manually Uninstalling CorelDRAW8
Details:
Product specifications, packaging, technical support and information (*Specifications*) refer to theUnited States retail English
version only. Specifications for other versions may vary. All Specifications, claims, features, representations, and/or comparisons
provided are correct to the best of our knowledge of the date of publication, but are subject to change without notice.OUR
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