You can control the facet size used when CorelDRAW renders and prints illustrations containing extrusions. You can also save the facet size with your document.
To increase the printing speed of vector extrusions
1 Click Tools, Options.
2 In the list of categories, click Workspace, Edit.
3 In the Minimum Extrude Facet Size box, type a value between 0.001 inches and 36 inches (or equivalent) to set the facet size used when CorelDRAW renders and prints extrusions.
• For best results, set the minimum extrude facet size to a value from 0.001 and 0.5 inches. A higher value (0.5 inches) will reduce screen refresh time. For high-quality output, decrease the facet size when you are ready to print your illustration.
To save the facet size with your document
1 Follow steps 1 and 2 from the previous procedure.
2 Enable the Save Facet Size With Document check box.
You can separate the components of a vector extrusion. By separating the components you can select and edit them. For more information, see "Selecting vector extrusions" on page 470.
To separate a vector extrusion
2 Click Arrange, Separate.
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