Opening vector files

When you Import a vector file you are given the option of maintaining layers and pages information contained within the image. Other options include being able to extract and apply an Embedded ICC Profile while importing image.

The vector file format is effective because it allows you to import and view vector based images without any loss in original quality or format.

To maintain layers and pages when importing

1 Click File, Import.

2 Choose the drive and folder where the file is restored from the Look In list box.

3 Click a filename from the list.

4 Choose a vector filter from the Files Of Type box.

5 Enable the Maintain Layers And Pages When Importing check box.

To apply an embedded ICC profile while importing

1 Follow steps 1 to 4 from the "To maintain layers and pages when importing" procedure.

2 Enable the Apply Embedded ICC Profile check box.

To extract an embedded ICC profile while importing

1 Follow steps 1 to 4 from the "To maintain layers and pages when importing" procedure.

2 Enable the Extract Embedded ICC Profile check box. Adding clipart

CorelDRAW comes with a large selection of ready-to-use clipart images and symbols that can be added to your drawing. If you want to browse through the collection of clipart, you can either look through the Clipart manual, or use the Scrapbook. The Scrapbook is a Property Bar window that lets you browse the folders that store the extensive collections of clipart.

To add clipart from the CD-ROM

1 Place the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive.

2 Click File, Open.

3 Choose CorelDRAW (CDR) from the Files Of Type list box.

4 Choose the CD-ROM drive from the Look In list box.

5 Double-click the Clipart folder.

6 Double-click a category.

The category name appears at the top of each page in the Clipart manual.

7 Enable the Preview button to see a thumbnail version of the image before you open it.

8 Click a filename and click the Open button.

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