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CorelDRAW X5 : The X5 Test Drive - Going 3D (part 2)
Because the light is facing the right side of the gear, the lighting on the gear’s teeth looks superb and quite intricate in design. The face, conversely, looks a little dim because it’s facing away from Light 1.
CorelDRAW X5 : The X5 Test Drive - Going 3D (part 1)
Although CorelDRAW is a drawing program and not a modeling application such as Autodesk 3D Studio, you can indeed get dimensional effects with the Extrude tool to make a simple drawing such as this logo pop off the page... or off a T-shirt.
CorelDRAW X5 : The X5 Test Drive - Welding an Edge to a Typed Character, A Brief Excursion into Gradient Fills
CorelDRAW has a number of operations you can access from the property bar (and from the Shaping docker) when more than one object is selected; you’ll achieve more dramatic objects that are the result of overlapping objects.
CorelDRAW X5 : The X5 Test Drive - Using the Polygon Tool to Design a Gear Shape
The Polygon tool might not seem like it has features to automatically create a gear shape and this is partially true. The Polygon tool produces symmetrical shapes that can be dynamically edited; they can be dramatically modified and still keep a special base property.
CorelDRAW X5 : The X5 Test Drive - Setting Up the Page for the Logo
Although CorelDRAW can open a new document by default when you launch the program, you need to set up guidelines on a default page so the T-shirt logo design will print edge to edge on a sheet of inkjet transfer paper.
CorelDRAW X5 : Navigation and Page Setup - Working with Views of a Document's Depth: Layers
CorelDRAW’s layer feature provides invaluable ways not only to organize but also to view complex drawings. You can create several layers and move shapes between layers.
CorelDRAW X5 : Navigation and Page Setup - Using the View Manager Docker
Imagine a bookmark feature in CorelDRAW that takes you to a location and viewing resolution on one or more pages just by clicking the link.
CorelDRAW X5 : Navigation and Page Setup - Special View Modes, Using the View Navigator
Other types of views are found in CorelDRAW. In addition to viewing quality and resolution, you might have the need to change the page order in a multi-page document for a tidier presentation. Hey, you could certainly do with a preview setting that eliminates the workspace and puts the focus on your artwork!
CorelDRAW X5 : Navigation and Page Setup - Zooming and Panning Pages
There are at least two meanings in CorelDRAW for the term view, and the previous sections have covered only one of them: view quality, the level of detail with which you see your work. Zooming—increasing and decreasing the resolution of a page—and panning (sliding your view without zooming, similar to using the scroll bars on the edge of a document window) are the topics of the sections to follow.
CorelDRAW X5 : Navigation and Page Setup - Setting View Mode
View modes are used to specify how your drawing appears onscreen. Modes offer feedback as to how a design will print or export, and lower-quality view modes can help you locate an object hidden by other objects. You switch between view modes by using the View menu and through keyboard shortcuts.
CorelDRAW X5 : Working with Single-and Multi-Page Documents - Page Commands
There are several ways to add and delete pages from a document; three ways are using menu commands, using shortcuts while holding modifier keys, and using certain page views.
CorelDRAW X5 : Working with Single-and Multi-Page Documents - Naming Pages
Document Properties is a CorelDRAW feature that provides details about a document you save without having to type in the margins. To access Document Properties—to both enter and view information—right-click on a blank part of the page.
CorelDRAW X5 : Setting Up Your Document Page (part 2) - Controlling Page Background Color & Using Layouts and Labels
CorelDRAW X5 provides specialized layouts that are just a few clicks away. These timesavers are not on the property bar—you need to open the Options dialog to choose the one you want from the Layout drop-down box.
CorelDRAW X5 : Setting Up Your Document Page (part 1)
Every new file you create, every file your coworker shares with you, and every CorelDRAW template you use has its own set of page properties that have two attributes: physical properties and display preferences.
 
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