It's possible but useless depending on where you want use the file. So let's start there first.
Open a spot color palette in CorelDRAW from a company like Pantone. CorelDRAW has a bunch of spot and process color libraries. Pantone has a range of fluorescent spot colors. Apply the spot color to the artwork objects that need to be loudly colorful. Fluorescent colors typically must be commercially output with a printer loaded with a specific fluorescent ink. It's impossible to get loud fluorescent colors from any CMYK color combination. Fluorescent colors are way outside the limited gamut range of CMYK. You can add a fluorescent spot color plate to a black and white printing job or a CMYK process color job. But the print house doing the work must have the capability to output that kind of printing project. Some large format printers have the ability to print special spot colors, like opaque white, metallic inks and even fluorescent colors. But those colors have to be specially loaded into the printer. And they tend to increase the cost of a print job.
Two of the CutContour colors in the document palette (CutContour (39) and CutContour (40)) simply will not delete. When I try to delete these two https://testmyspeed.onl/ colors, I am told they are "in use" and cannot be deleted.
???Well, I guess that's one way to post spam. I guess any forum moderators visit on rare occasions. The spam posts here are pretty annoying.
Create a series of ovals of decreasing size and increasing brightness. Blur them and reduce their opacity. Group the layers so you can easily adjust the size and opacity of the entire glow.