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Whether you're an aspiring or experienced artist, this course provides detailed coverage of CorelDRAW, the flagship vector-based illustration and layout application. Author Scott Georgeson, the official creator of video training for CorelDRAW X4, X5, and X6, helps you get up to speed with the basics of vector drawing. Scott demonstrates how to use objects, layers, and pages to organize documents effectively and he discusses working with color, Artistic Text, drawing tools, and special effects. The course also covers how to align and group objects to lay them out more effectively and how to dictate the layering of objects with the Weld, Trim, and Intersect commands.
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Hello! My name is Scott Georgeson, and welcome here to your CorelDRAW Essential Training. Well, I am CEO and Chief Trainer at clickandlearn.com, and you know what? I've been training people how to use CorelDRAW for almost 13 years now. In fact, Corel, they contracted me to produce the training on the DVDs for X4, X5, and X6 in 14 languages; that was a job. And you know what? I have been doing this for so long now that I've taken a five day training course, and I've condensed it down into this package that you're about to commence.
I'll teach you how to do processes in a way that you may have not considered before. So whether you're a novice starting from scratch, or you are someone who's been using CorelDRAW for quite a while, you're going to learn how to work smart, and that's what this program is all about. We'll teach you everything that you need to know, so that you can become proficient, and ready for you chosen vocation. Well I'm excited. Let's jump in, I'll show you how the program works, and we can get going straight away.
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