Setting grid parameters

You can set the spacing between grid lines using two options: frequency and spacing. Frequency sets the distance between grid lines according to how many grid lines you want per horizontal and vertical unit. Spacing sets this distance by specifying the exact distance you want between each line. The grid acts the same way no matter which option you choose.

By default, CorelDRAW displays the grid as lines resembling graph paper. You can choose to display the grid as dots, which are not as noticeable. The points where horizontal and vertical lines intersect represent grid dots. The frequency or spacing settings you specify apply to both lines and dots.

Displaying the grid as lines.

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