CorelDRAW lets you use layers to organize your drawings. You can view, edit, or make a layer printable, or place a layer's contents onto every page of a multipage document. You can also lock layers to prevent accidental changes, or override the full-color view of a layer so that its contents display as outlines of a specific color.
By hiding certain layers, you make it easier to identify and edit the objects on other layers. You also reduce the time CorelDRAW needs to refresh your illustration when you edit it. This setting is particularly effective in illustrations with many objects on multiple layers.
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