When you change the resolution at which you plan to view or print your document, CorelDRAW adjusts the Horizontal and Vertical rulers to reflect the new resolution. The number of pixels equals the resolution multiplied by the page dimensions. For example, a document that is five inches by five inches at 72 dpi has 360 pixels. You can change the resolutions used by the Horizontal and Vertical rulers to configure the rulers.
For information about using pixels as the unit for a drawing, see "Setting ruler units for Internet graphics" on page 58.
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