It saves and remembers the last view in a saved document to help in resuming your work on exact moment you left it.
This is file manager that open and manage files easily and quickly like moving, copying, deleting, etc.
Tracks and stores recently opened documents since installation of the macro. Click to learn more
It facilitates exporting of documents to Jpeg format only with pre-defined settings. Click to see its features.
Save As with more features. Click to see its features.
It saves the document by maintaining the CorelDraw version of the document
Convert text to curves, drop shadow to bitmap, scale outline, etc. Click to learn more
It gives effects like 3D, reflection effects, etc. Click to know more
Duplicate your objects and pages. Click to see its features
Copy object to new document quickly; copy from one opened files to another. Click for details.
Converts objects to bitmaps. Click to see its features
Search for text in multiple CorelDraw documents. Read More
Increase and Decrease Line Spacing and Before Paragraph Spacing. Learn more
This macro applies the specified percentage of your line spacing as Before Paragraph spacing.Note: It works on a selected paragraph in paragraph text.
Move objects and sort pages. Click to learn more
Page numbering and ID numbers. Click to see its features
Reverse your pages. Click to see its features
This macro can find and replace any color in a selection, active page, etc in a CorelDraw document. Thanks to Alex Vakulenko and wOxxOm
This macro is good for those deals with booklet. Among its features is Extract Pages, Click to see more of its features.
Amongst it features are Show/Hide Guidelines, Split Objects into Pages, etc. Click to see more of its features.
This manages the GMS in CorelDraw even without restarting CorelDraw. Thanks to wOxxOm.
Work on specific areas like deleting ungrouping, resizing, etc. in your document. Click to learn more.
Switch between opened documents with mouse clicks. Click to see more features.
Resave multiple files to CorelDraw. Read
Compatibility: CorelDraw X3, X4, X5, X6, X7, X8, 2017, 2018, 2019 - 32 bit and 64 bit
Thank you for offering to share tools that you have created.
I think that we should have a forum area - not associated with any particular version of CorelDRAW - where we could discuss and share macros and workspace customization. I know we have the Developer Area, but I am thinking of something that would be more friendly for users in general.
I have suggested this - politely, more than once - to the forum administration. They haven't created such an area, so I set up a blog: Eskimo's Macros and More.
Thanks for the compliments.
It would have been nice to have such forum, but it seams we even have less of macro experts these days
There are questions - and sometimes answers - about macros. However, since there is no forum for that particular topic, the questions and answers are scattered through a number of different, version-specific forums.
That makes it harder for people to search for information, and impossible for them to "browse" the information.
I think that discourages people from spending the time to create high-quality content.
Isn't this the forum for macros and such?
I think there could be significant differences between a "Developer Area" and a "Macros for Users" forum.
If you search, you often find a lot of "user" discussion of macros - and problems that might be solved by macros - scattered throughout the version-specific forums. During the same period of time, you might find that the forum in the Developer Area is by comparison a graveyard - and the content that is there is often from people who are working at a fairly high level.
If you wrote what you thought was a cool and useful macro, and you wanted to share it with other users, would you post it in the Developer Area? How many potential users do you think would see it there?
How much of a "destination" is the forum in the Developer Area, from the standpoint of a user interested in learning about macros?