Working with vector graphics

Vector graphics are made up of lines, curves, objects, and fills that are all calculated mathematically. Although you cannot work with vector graphics in Corel PHOTOPAINT, you can convert vector graphics to bitmaps as you open or import them. This conversion process is called rasterization. You can also copy vector graphics from CorelDRAW and paste them into Corel PHOTO-PAINT.

The top illustration is a vector graphic consisting of lines, objects and fills. The bottom version is a bitmap made up of pixels.
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