Corel applications have several customization features that let you create your own workspace. You can define shortcut keys, arrange menus, and set viewing options for Color Palettes. You can customize toolbars, the Property Bar, and the Status Bar, by changing their appearance, contents, and placement. You can also customize your import/export filters, file associations, and set system sounds. These settings are adjusted using the Options dialog box.
In addition, you can save your customization as part of your workspace settings. You can access your custom settings by loading your saved workspace.
Corel online Help is based on the application's default settings. When you customize the toolbars, the Property Bar, and the Status Bar, the Help topics associated with them do not reflect your changes.
Corel applications let you customize your workspace settings. You can set up your screen the way you want, choose options in the Options dialog box, and then create a custom workspace to save your settings. You can customize the tools and operations that you use most, such as menus and shortcut keys. You can access your custom settings by loading your saved workspace. You can create different workspace environments for different users or projects. For information about creating and deleting custom workspaces, see "Using multiple Workspaces" on page 13.
You can choose what startup option is executed when CorelDRAW opens. You can choose to open a new graphic, open the last edited document, start CorelTUTOR, or another option. By default, the Welcome to CorelDRAW screen is displayed on startup.
To choose CorelDRAW startup options
1 Click Tools, Options.
2 In the list of categories, click Workspace, General.
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