With CorelDRAW you can create, save, and run a script using the Corel SCRIPT™ language. This means that when working in CorelDRAW you can automate operations you use frequently by creating and saving a script. For more advanced script writing and editing, you can use the tools provided with the Corel SCRIPT Editor™.
With CorelDRAW you can also create projects using Microsoft® Visual Basic for Applications® (VBA). The VBA Editor provides you with the tools you need to automate CorelDRAW operations.
With CorelDRAW, you can record a series of operations and save them as a script. After you create a script, you can run it any time to reproduce your actions automatically. For example, you can create a script that draws a rectangle and fills it with a two-color fountain fill.
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