CorelDRAW provides various options that you can specify for publishing your document to the Internet. Setting the amount of white space and its position are only a couple of ways in which you can customize your final product. You can export the images in your document to the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG or .JPG) or Graphics Interchange Format (.GIF) format types when you publish to the Internet. The JPEG and GIF image types are standard bitmap file formats that most Web browsers can read and display.
If you export your graphics to the JPEG format, you can choose to have them display progressively when viewed in a Web browser. JPEG files support lossy compression, providing high-quality images with a high level of compression. If you export your graphics to the GIF format, you can choose to have them display in a Web browser using image interlacing. GIF files provide lossless compression, which means that when you convert to .GIF, the file information is stored with the image, and the .GIF file looks almost exactly like the graphic you created.
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