For several of the last few versions, I ordered the "boxed" version so I could install 32bit. Not possible with CorelDRAW 2019. Anyone know how to get the 32bit version (if there still is one?)?
Where are the .PRS files stored/found in 2019?
In CorelDRAW2018, I was able to store the CorelDRAW defaults.prs so that it included an Imposition Layout. Could never do that before and cannot figure out a way to do it in 2019. Any solutions?
it looks you cannot choose between 32 or 64bit... Their installer will choose the version according to OS version 'for the best compatibility'... I mean the 32bit will be (automatically) installed only on computers running 32 bit Operating System.
Please see this thread:
But, I think you must press Corel representative to include such an option. Programmatically it should not be a big deal, I think...
Some minutes before I asked about that on their Facebook Messenger page. Here...
Regarding .PRS files, when you go File -> Print... and press 'Save As' button to the right side of the 'Print Style' area, don't you see the path where the custom .PRS file is intended to be saved...?
Can I ask you what are those ".PRS" file and what are they for??
.PRS files are printer settings file. I was hoping that the CorelDRAW Defaults.PRS would allow me to include an Imposition Layout. Seems like something a little different in 2018 & 2019 that *sometimes* will; but, I can't quite make it work.
The 32 bit version of CorelDRAW will still allow users to directly use Excel files in the ODBC portion of Print Merge. This is a gigantic advantage for those who need the functionality on regular basis. Even with Office 365 installed, 64bit can't do that; anyone have a solution?
That .PRS files have to do what you need but at least in X8 this is only a theoretical possibility...
I mean I tried it but all the time when I try to use the .prn custom file Corel crashed. Maybe they corrected the bug in 2019 version...
So I'm explaining what I did: Being in Imposition Layout view of Print preview I created an Imposition Layout as I needed and I pressed the plus (+) sign from the first comboBox of Standard ToolBar. Where usually is just "CorelDRAW Defaults" displayed. In the 'Settings to include' part I select the last option (N-up format) of the 'Layout Settings' which looked to me to be the appropriate one. This assumption was (theoretically) confirmed being asked to save that Imposition Layout since I want to include it in the .PRS file (something having that meaning, at least for me...).
I did that and I was happy. But each time when I tried to select that custom Print Style file Corel 'thought' (probably trying to load something which did not like) for a while and after that crashed...