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In CorelDRAW 12 Beyond the Basics with Mark Swift, you'll take an in-depth look at the features, options, and offerings of this amazing application. You'll learn to use a bevy of CorelDRAW's unique tools such as the artistic media tool, the lens docker, and the interactive blend tool. You'll also get a thorough look at artistic text, recording and editing macros, working with PDFs in DRAW, and you'll find out how to customize the interface to best suit your needs. Following Mark Swift's expert instruction will quickly get you up to speed with the advanced features of this latest version of CorelDRAW.
Note: this product was previously named Advanced CorelDRAW 12
- In the Companion Training that comes with CorelDRAW 12, you've seen some of the virtual segment delete. And I don't want to repeat myself so I will not show you too much of the virtual segment delete but I do have a spin for you. If you use the virtual segment delete to remove pieces of your drawing, you see how effective it is. But it can only remove pieces from one boundary to the next. What if you want to remove smaller pieces? I'm going to undo those three and I'm going to apply, along with my segment, grid.
Let's make the grid even finer than that. Now, I've just introduced a new element. I've introduced, I almost (mumbles), a graph paper feel, and when I use the virtual segment delete, I can now reduce even smaller segments based on my graph paper. Of course, you may notice, I can even remove pieces from the graph paper if I want to expand an area that I'm going to be working in.
And when all is said and done, you can grab your graph paper, throw it away, and you have the resulting shape left behind. I think that's one way to increase the accuracy of the virtual segment delete.
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