• Mon, Jul 28 2008

    How to Match Adobe and Draw/Paint color on Display and Output

    The first step is to choose what profiles you want to use for you RGB and CMYK working color spaces, and the profiles for your peripherals (monitor, printer, etc). Make sure these are available in a known location on your hard-drive or better yet, copy them to the OS's color folder so that all applications can see them. If you are not sure what color profiles to use, Adobe RGB is a good all around profile to...
    • Fri, Jul 18 2008

    Custom add-ons and dockers in CorelDRAW

    This article covers a topic of creating custom add-ons and dockers with CorelDRAW X4. Enjoy... Custom add-ons and dockers in CorelDRAW
    • Fri, Jul 18 2008

    Custom add-ons and dockers in CorelDRAW

    Update: For differences in X5 please see this Introduction As you know, CorelDRAW is a very extensible and customizable application. With X4 a new feature was added that makes it even more so—the "Addons" folder. ...
    • Wed, Jul 9 2008

    Using Corel Query Language (CQL) to search for objects in CorelDRAW documents

    Using Corel Query Language (CQL) to search for objects in CorelDRAW documents Searching for objects with certain properties is a common task while writing macros for CorelDRAW. Normally, if you need to search for objects of specific size, or fill, you need to loop through all the shapes on the page, inspect each shape's properties and determine if it meets the criteria or not. For example, to delete all objects...
    • Wed, Jul 9 2008

    Using CQL in CorelDRAW/Corel DESIGNER VBA macros

    This article covers a topic of Corel Query Language introduced with CorelDRAW X3 which can be used in VBA macros to perform complex searches in documents. This article assumes you have a basic working knowledge of VBA in CorelDRAW or Corel DESIGNER. Enjoy... Using Corel Query Language (CQL) to search for objects in CorelDRAW documents