Saving deleting and loading conversion options for the paletted image

After you choose a palette and set the dithering and range sensitivity for the conversion, you can save your settings for future use. You can add and remove preset conversion options in the Convert To Paletted dialog box.

To save conversion options

1 Click Bitmaps, Mode, Paletted (8-bit).

2 Click the Add button.

3 Type a name in the Save New Preset As box in the Save Preset dialog box.

The palette, dithering, smoothing, and color sensitivity options are saved as a preset that you can use in future CorelDRAW sessions.

To delete conversion options

1 Click Image, Mode, Paletted (8-bit).

2 Choose the conversion preset from the Preset list box.

3 Click the Remove button.

To load preset conversion options

1 Click Bitmaps, Mode, Paletted (8-bit).

2 From the Presets list box, choose a preset conversion option.

The palette, dithering, smoothing, and color sensitivity options stored in the preset are applied to the current image.

To load a custom color palette

1 Click Bitmaps, Mode, Paletted (8-bit).

2 Click the Open button.

3 In the Open Palette, choose the drive where the color palette is stored from the Look In box.

4 Double-click the folder where the color palette is stored.

5 Double-click the filename.

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