How to understand and use page setup on CoreIDRAW


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Understanding page setup

We're going to quickly look at page setup. Now, the best way to look at this is simply to start a brand new document, so I'll come up here, and I'll choose New Document. Well, the Create a New Document dialog comes up, and of course, all the parameters we can see here will affect the size of our page. As you can see, I can change from my default to an alternate page size if I want. I can manually type in a Size; I can choose my Primary color mode. Just quickly on that, if you're sending your design to a professional printer, you will most likely want to work in CMYK mode.

And usually your local Inkjet printer does a fairly good job of CMYK as well. If you know you need an RGB output, which would be something like a wide format printer, or you might have a specific printer that simply works better with RGB, you would choose the RGB color mode. But for most things you'll work with, CMYK will be what you choose. The Rendering resolution will affect things like drop shadow...

Understanding page setup
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Understanding page setup provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Scott Georgeson as part of the CorelDRAW Essential Training

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Design
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CorelDRAW
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