Duplicating objects is the quickest way to create copies of them. When you duplicate an object, CorelDRAW creates a copy of it and places it above and to the right of the original object, with a default offset of 0.25 inches (or the equivalent in other units of measurement). For information about changing the offset distance, see "Changing the offset for duplicates and clones" on page 172.
After you move the duplicated object, you can duplicate it again to create another copy. The new duplicate is placed the same distance from the first duplicate as the first duplicate was from the original. This type of duplicate is called smart duplicate.
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