1 Click Tools, Options.
2 In the Options dialog box, click Workspace, Memory.
3 In the Swap Disk section, do the following:
• From the Primary box, choose the drive letter that corresponds to the hard disk you want to use first to store temporary files.
• From the Secondary box, choose the drive letter that corresponds to the second hard disk you want to use to store temporary files.
4 You will need to restart CorelDRAW for the new settings to take effect.
You can also access the Advanced Settings from the Options dialog box under Document, Save.
• If you have customized the amount of swap disk space available, it is displayed in the Status Bar.
• You can click File, Document Info to see an image's size. The Document Info dialog box tells you whether the file size displayed is compressed. When you work with .CPT or .BMP images, the file size is always shown uncompressed.
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