Join Scott Georgeson for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding page views, part of CorelDRAW Essential Training.
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We're now on Page 11; page views.…Now, these page view options are very important to help you work with projects,…depending on the complexity, and what you have in a project.…This very basic design that we can see here consists of only three objects;…an oval at the top, an oval at the bottom, and this rectangle.…But, of course, it all looks a bit more complicated, doesn't it?…If we go to Simple Wireframe mode, so up to View > Simple Wireframe mode, we can…now see the basic elements.…
No colors, no outlines, no fills, postscript fills, etcetera; just the basic elements.…Now, when you start to work with complex designs, you will ultimately find that…being able to go down to the Wireframe mode is fairly important, because it allows…you to find the start, and the endpoint, in this case, of a blend.…So I am actually blending from that oval to this oval, and I will show you a…little bit more about that in a moment.…But I can see the basic elements, and I can get to them, and I can actually edit them.…
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- Understanding vector and bitmap images
- Working with multipage projects
- Using independent per-page layers and guides
- Drawing and editing shapes, lines, curves, and tables
- Creating and using symbols
- Working with text
- Designing a business card
- Shaping, filling, blending, and extruding objects
- Importing and exporting other file types
- Customizing the workspace, menus, toolbars, and palettes