Im trying to export a logo I designed in Corel Draw 10 as a PNG or GIF for use on a web site.....but everytime I export it....it comes out bitmapped and gray scale....if I export it as a Black & White I cant get the transparent background....it comes out with that lovely white block of a background....NEED HELP! I emailed one PNG to the guy I created it for and the file says "Can not open File Corrupted" Not that he could have used what I sent him...it looked terrible.
I'm not familiar with working with PNG files, though I have submitted graphics to a web designer as a .TIFF (a bitmap type file).
I tried to export a test object (in CorelDraw X3) as black and white, but the "Transparent" tick box was greyed out - maybe you could convert your vector logo to black before exporting as greyscale?
To avoid a bitmapped image, i.e keeping it as a vector image, you would need to export as an EPS file.
I'm not sure if this helps at all, but I hope it does :-)
Little PNG experience here also and I am unsure of your desired end result, color wise. Have you tried selecting RGB in the color selection and the transparent background. What application is he using to open the image. Can he open any PNG? I suspect two unrelated problems.
Thank you all for all your help! I actually got some really great help from a gentelman on here and recently upgraded to x3. So far its working pretty good.
Thank you all again!
I am using corel x3, I develop websites and for that I need to export
graphics with transparent background. my corel x3 used to do it quite
fine before but I don't know what suddenly happened when I export the
graphic in PNG format in RGB color 24bit, and check transparent
background and anti-aliasing, it doesn't make the background transparent
and saves it with a white box around it. I don't know what suddenly
happened to it. I would really be grateful if you can suggest me
something to solve that problem.
Looking forward for your prompt response.
Waqas A. Tanoli
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