I've created a simple graph of an area painted with some transparency in Origin Pro 9.1(such as this: http://www.originlab.com/www/products/GraphGallery.aspx?GID=228), and copied and pasted it on a blank CorelDraw X6 file. The area in the embedded image looks checker board pattern, not transparent as in the original image.
The problem appears to be within CorelDraw, as the embedded link to Origin software works fine, and an embedded image of the same graph in Microsoft PowerPoint looks just fine.
I've tired combinations of earlier Origin versions (9.0, 8.5) , CorelDrawX3, XP and Windows7(32bit, 64bit). All failed.
Does anybody know a clue to this?
Can you simply import it and get proper results? If not, how about you upload one of your graphs with an issue.
The one you have a URL to is not a transparent PNG image.
I would rather avoid exporting Origin graph, as it may cause distortions in the image.
The .cdr file I have with an embedded origin graph is 700kb. According to the user forum posting policy, a file more than 257kb should not be posted. Is there any way to upload the file?
Tomokazu Oshiro said:The area in the embedded image looks checker board pattern, not transparent
A chequerboard pattern is often used as a background to transparent objects. I can't think how you would get one in CorelDraw though -- it is usually seen behind transparent objects in photopaint.
How does the imported object show in the object manager? Is it a single object, a group of several objects etc? If it is more than one object, can you identify and delete an object (probably the one at the back) that represents the chequerboard ?
I have the same problem. From OriginPro 2018 I am using Edit > copy page and then pasting it into CorelDraw x7 (64bit). The first image below shows a section from the originPro file with 30% transparency of the markers. The second image shows a section of the same plot after pasting into CorelDraw. When I paste it into a Microsoft Word document, it works without a problem. When I export the originPro image to a PDF file, it also works well and then I can import the PDF successfully into CorelDraw but I can no longer click on the image in CorelDraw to open it in OriginPro. So, I need a solution to paste it directly from OriginPro to CorelDraw. Any tips would be much appreciated.