Do you know any solution similar to Brian Davies' Copy Shape Size macro for X7? http://macromonster.com/index.php?mod=descr&id_desc=87&pageNum_rs_products=1&keyword=size&Submit=Go
The macro was great but it's not compatible with GS X7 version.
I'd like an answer to this, too, for CorelDraw 2020 because it's getting to be a PITA to do dozens of rectangle resizes just because there is no way to grab them all and simply resize each to a specific size, rather than the entire grouping from highlighting all the rectangles at once. Figured there would have been a solution to this by now, but Google sucks.
You could try my "Adjust Objects; Retain Positions" macro.
Wow, that worked really well! I was flying by the seat of my pants, guessing how to install it--you may want to include a small README.txt file with it just giving basic instructions on installation of the macro and the icon. I still don't know how to install the icon, but if you like, I will write out the README file for you out of appreciation!Thank you again, Eskimo! That's two I owe you, now.
twowolves80 said:I was flying by the seat of my pants, guessing how to install it
You might have a look at this: #1: Getting started with using VBA macros (What do you do with a .GMS file?).
That includes a link to a YouTube video from Engraving Concepts that does a nice job of demonstrating the process of installing a VBA macro.
For putting a macro sub on a toolbar, you could then look at this: #2: Workspace Customization - Using a VBA macro sub as a Command.
Beautiful. For some reason, the button assignment worked on my version (17) but not on my boss' computer (v 19), which makes me think I messed up one of the steps. He can still run the macro from the Macro Manger, though, and saw the value of it immediately because we use CorelDraw at work to produce "plates" for heat press sublimation, and being able to adjust plate size like that is going to save a LOT of headache! I'll walk through the steps over on his computer again later, but this worked great! Thank you again!