Exporting images in nonnative file formats

When you export or convert your image to another file format, you can open it directly in a destination application that supports that file format.

To export a file

1 Open the file you want to export.

2 Click File, Export.

3 Choose an export format from the Files Of list box.

4 Type a filename in the File Name list box.

The file extension for the format you've chosen is appended to your filename automatically.

5 Click the Export button.

6 Choose the options you want if a dialog box for the export format opens.

To suppress a filter while exporting

1 Follow steps 1 to 4 from the "To export a file" procedure.

2 Enable the Suppress Filter check box.

3 Click the Export button.

4 Choose the options you want if a dialog box for the export format opens.

To choose no white spaces, special characters while exporting

1 Follow steps 1 to 4 from the "To export a file" procedure.

2 Enable the No White Spaces, Special Characters check box.

3 Click the Export button.

4 Choose the options you want if a dialog box for the export format opens.

To embed an ICC profile while exporting

1 Follow steps 1 to 4 from the "To export a file" procedure.

2 Enable the Embed ICC Profile check box.

3 Click the Export button.

4 Choose the options you want if a dialog box for the export format opens.

To choose a compression type while exporting

1 Follow steps 1 to 4 from the "To export a file" procedure.

2 Choose a Compression type for file, if file format supports this feature.

3 Click the Export button.

4 Choose the options you want if a dialog box for the export format opens.

• To use your CorelDRAW graphic in an application that supports object linking and embedding, consider linking the graphic to that application instead of exporting it. This way, if you change the graphic, CorelDRAW automatically updates the graphic in the other application when you save the source file in CorelDRAW. For more information on linking files see "Linking OLE objects" on page 765.

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