Setting the view quality

You can change the view quality — the way CorelDRAW displays the objects in a drawing. For example, you can display objects using only outlines, or using fills, outlines, and bitmaps.

The view quality settings control how you view objects in the Drawing Window.

The view quality settings control how you view objects in the Drawing Window.

Choose this view... If you want to...

Simple Wireframe

Hide fills, extrusions, contours, and intermediate blend shapes; display

only the outline of any objects; and display bitmaps in monochrome

Wireframe

Hide fills; display extrusions, contours, and intermediate blend shapes;

and display bitmaps in monochrome

Draft

Show uniform fills, low-resolution bitmaps, and fountain fills as solid

colors

Normal

Display all fills except PostScript fills and high-resolution bitmaps

Enhanced Use 2X oversampling to show the best possible display, including

PostScript fills

Enhanced Use 2X oversampling to show the best possible display, including

PostScript fills

In Draft view, CorelDRAW represents fountain fills by a blend of the first and last fill colors. The Draft view displays unique patterns to represent fills. The checkerboard pattern represents two-color fills; the two-way arrow pattern represents full color fills; the hatched line pattern represents bitmap fills; and the PS pattern represents PostScript fills.

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