SPECIFYING HOW MUCH RAMS USED TO STORE IMAGES:

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You can choose how much of the available RAM on your computer is reversal storing the image you open and edit, set the amount of memory based on the type of work you perform and the number of applications you usually run simultaneously. If you increase the amount of memory reserved for image and find the applications performance has decreased, you might need to reduce this amount so that more RAM is available to run Corel DRAW.


TO SPECIFY HOW MUCH RAM IS USED TO STORE IMAGE
1. Click tools, options.
2. In the options dialog box, click workspace, memory in the list of categories.
The memory usage section of the memory page displays the total amount of memory
Available on your computer.
3. In the box, type the percentage of the total memory you want to make available for images in Corel DRAW. This amount of memory this percentage corresponds to appears to the right of the Max box.
4. You will need to restart Corel DRAW for the new settings to take effect.
Note:
*The amount of memory allocated for images is displaced in the status bar.

You want to keep the changes made to a file, save it before closing it. If you try to close the file without saving. Corel DRAW asks if you want to save the changes before closing the file. If you don’t want to keep the changes, close without saving.

The close command on the windows menu allows you to close the active window or close all windows.

TO CLOSE A FILE
Click File, close.
TO CLOSE THE ACTIVE WINDOW
Click file, close
TO CLOSE ALL WINDOWS
Click file, exit
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CLOSE AND EXIT
Close, closes the application window or active window and not the entire program but the exit command closes the entire program and returns to desktop environment, so when you want to quit you program be sure of what you want to do.

GETTING STARED
Once you have opened and formatted your drawing page, you will need to know how to create geometrical shapes, straight lines, curves, and irregular shapes. This booklet describes how to use the basic drawing tools available in COREL DRAW for creating these types of objects.

The book also describes how to use the specialized drawing tools, such as the Artistic media tool. The media tool is a powerful drawing tool in brush mode to apply text or graphics to a curve. Calligraphic to a curve. The Artistic media tool has five drawing modes: Preset, Brush, object Sprayer, Calligraphic and Pressure-sensitive.

As well as the Artistic media tool, CorelDraw also has tools for creating dimension, connector and flow lines. Once you have created a shape or line, you can move and shape the object to create the effect you want. Some types of objects, such as rectangles and ellipses, can only be shaped in specific ways. For example, you can found one or more corners of a square or create a pie-shape or are from a circle. Lines and curves including artistic Media strokes can be formed into any shape by dragging the curves nodes or moving the control lines.

If you want to make more extensive changes to a rectangle, ellipse, or polygon, you can convert the object to a curve. For example; you can create a trapezoid from a rectangle by converting the rectangle to a curve object and then dragging the corners using the shape tool.

ENTERING TEXT:
Select the text toolbox and drop the tool on the pasteboard then you can type. You can also make text box by dragging the text tool on clipboard. When you use text tool to type, you can make use of tab and the COREL DRAW become as word processing by performing word wrap. The advantages is that you can make alignments and create columns when you convert text tool to text box.

HOW TO DRAW LINES:
1. Use the freehand tool.
2. Click on the window and move the mouse without holding the button,
NB: But if you hold the button it will display zigzag line.

TO COPY AN OBJECT:
1. Select the object with pick tool.
2. Click Edit, copy.

TO CUT AN OBJECT:
1. Select the object with the pick tool.
2. Click Edit cut.

TO PASTE AN OBJECT FROM THE CLIPBOARD:
1. Click Edit, paste.

HOW TO INCREASE THE OUT-LINE ON YOUR TEXT OR A LINE:
1. Select the text or object.
2. Click the outline tool.
3. Click on the gauge of your line.
HOW TO FILL YOUR OUT-LINE:
1. Select the object or text.
2. Click the outline tool.
3. Select the first pattern in the outline tool.
4. In the dialog box make a choice.
5. Click ok.
HOW TO CREATE TRANSPARENT THROUGH AN OBJECT:
1. Draw the object.
2. Fill the object with any color.
3. Select the transparency tool.
4. Click at the edge where you want transparent to begin.
5. Drag you mouse (vertically or horizontally) holding the left button.
NB: if you want the transparency to start from right or left drag from the opposite side.

HOW TO PUT SHADOW TO YOUR TEXT OR OBJECT:
1. Place the object or text you wish to add shadow.
2. Pick shadow tool.
3. Hold down the mouse normal button and drag.
4. From the property bar. Select the type of shadow you want.
HOW TO WELD AN OBJECT TOGETHER:
1. Draw the object (rectangular or ellipse).
2. Group the object together (not clicking group from the menu bar or the property bar)
3. Clicks Arrange point to shaping.
4. Click weld.
5. Click weld to from the property box that appears by the side.
6. Click on the object you want to weld.

HOW TO EMBOSS:
1. Type the text to be embossed.
2. Group the object together (not clicking group from the menu bar or the property bar).
3. Click Arrange point to shaping.
4. Click Weld.
5. Click Weld to from the property box that appears by the side.
6. Click on the object you want to weld.
HOW TO EMBOSS
1. Type the text to be embossed.
2. Click the Extrude tool (from fly out if not on the tool box).
3. Drag the tool across the text.
4. Activate the show bevel and the show bevel only check boxes.
5. Enter the value for the bevel.
6. Press enter.
7. Click the lighting menu from the same bar.
8. Select 1,2.
HOW TO ROTATE AN OBJECT AROUND AN OBJECT
1. Draw the object.
2. Duplicate the object and set them abreast.
3. Open the interactive envelope tool (if not on the tool).
4. Use the tool to drag across the objects.
5. Click New Path from the property bar.
6. Active the Blend object and rotate around object.
HOW TO USE POWER CLIPS
1. Insert the picture you want to use.
2. Draw the shape where you want to place the power clip.
3. Select the picture.
4. Click Effect.
5. Point to power clip.
6. Use the arrow that appears to click at the edge of the object, if the object did not get the container as you want it, perform steps4 and 5 above click edit contents adjust the picture to fit in the position where you want it to be. Repeat steps4 and 5 above click finish editing this level.
NB: when you want to place a picture in container, you are to select the picture and not the object or shape where you want the picture to be sent. If you select the object leaving the picture, you have fail it and the system will let you know that.

TO USE POWERCLIP ON A TRACED OBJECT OR PICTURE
1. Trace the object.
2. Select the picture not the line used for tracing. The category name appears at the top of each page in th clipart manual.
3. Enable the preview button to see a thumbnail version of the image before you open it.
4. Click a file name and click the open button.
HOW TO FIT TEXT TO PART
1. Type the text.
2. Draw the  shape you want to use to fit the text.
3. Group the text together with the shape.
4. Click Text from the Menu bar.
5. Click Fit Text To Path.
6. Arrange to fittings following the property Bar.
7. Click Arrange.
8. Click Separate to separate the text from the object of fitting.
HOW TO CREATE LABEL
1. Click Layout.
2. Click Page Setup.
3. In the dialog box that appears, activate the label check box.
4. Click Customize Label.
5. Follow the options to reset the labelyou want to use.
6. Click Ok.
7. Save the label with a name.
8. Click Ok.
9. Click Ok.

TIPS ON LABEL
Label setup resets the paper size of your Corel DRAW window, when you finish creating label, only one label appears on the window among any number of column and rows you have created, but once you make any touch on the one that is presented, it affects others that is to say that others will be designed too. To see this click print, all the other labels will certainly show.

IMPORT PICTURE
1. Click File.
2. Click import.
3. Select the folder you want to import from but if you are having CD-ROM select the D or E drive depending.
4. Click import.
5. Select the file name it will preview through the preview box.
6. Click import.
HOW TO ERASE
Erasing is also possible in Corel DRAW in case you may not want to delete your object completely.
1. Select the object for erasing.
2. Select the erase tool.
3. Select and click the erase tool.
Use it to drag across the part of object to be erased.
TO COMBINE OBJECTS
1. Select the objects with the pick tool.
2. Click Arrange, Combine.
BREAKING APART COMBINED OBJECTS
You can break apart any object that has been combined.
TO BREAK APART COMBINED OBJECTS
1. Select the combined object with the pick tool.
2. Click Arrange, Break Apart.
If you break apart an object that has been created by combing Artistic text, the text break apart into lines first, then words, paragraph text, on the other hand, breaks into separate paragraphs, both Artistic and paragraph text can be recombined.
LOCKING OBJECTS
You can lock an object, multiple objects and grouped objects.
TO LOCK AN OBJECT
1. Select the object with the pick tool.
2. Click Arrange, lock object.
        TO LOCK MUTIPLE OBJECTS OR GROUP OF OBJECTS
1. Hold down SHIFT, and select the objects with the pick tool.
2. Click Arrange, Lock object.
UNLOCKING OBJECTS
You can unlock the anchor on an object, multiple objects, and grouped to make changes.
TO UNLOCK AN OBJECT
1. Select the locked objects with the pick tool.
2. Click Arrange, Unlock All objects.
EDITING BY DRAGGING IN THE DRAWING WINDOW
You can change your default settings and edit a line of Artistic text or paragraph by dragging in the Drawing window. You can drag Artistic text to a paragraph text frame, and you can drag paragraph text between frame.
TO EDIT TEXT BY DRAGGING IN THE DRAWING WINDOW
1. Click Tools, options.
2. In the list of categories, click text.
3. Enable the Drag and Drop Text Editing check box.
4. Using the Text tool, select the text you want to move.
5. Hold down the right mouse button, and drag the text to its new location.
6. Click one of the following.
*Move Here
*Copy Here
EDITING TEXT IN THE EDIT TEXT DIALOG BOX
You can edit text in the edit text dialog box.
TO TYPE OR EDIT IN THE TEXT DIALOG BOX
1. Select the text with the text tool.
2. Click Text, Edit Text.
3. Type your changes as required.
DISPLAYING THE EDIT TEXT DIALOG BOX AUTOMATICALLY
You can change your default settings so that the Edit Text dialog box display automatically when text is selected and you click the text tool. When you select text using the Text tool, or when you click a blank space in the Drawing Window with the Text tool.
DRAWING A RECTANGLE OR SQUARE
The Rectangle tool lets you draw rectangles and squares.
TO DRAW A RECTANGLE
1. Click the rectangle tool.
2. Position the cursor where you want the rectangle to appear.
3. Draw diagonally to draw the rectangle.
TO DRAW A POLYGON
1. Open the object fly out, and click the polygon tool.
2. Position the cursor where you want the polygon to appear.
3. Drag diagonally to draw the polygon.
4. If you want to change the number of sides on the polygon, type the appropriate number in the Number of point on polygon box on the property Bar, then press ENTER.
TO DRAW A STAR
1. Follow all the steps from the previous procedure.
2. Click the polygon/star button on the property Bar.
DRAWING SPIRALS
To draw a symmetrical spiral
1. Open the object fly out, and click the spiral tool.
2. Type a number in the spiral Revolutions box on the property Bar to indicate the number of revolutions you want for the spiral.
3. Click the Symmetrical spiral button on the property Bar.
4. Position the cursor where you want the spiral to appear.
Draw diagonally to draw the spiral.

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