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Need a Corel-draw expert! (basic questions)

Need a Corel-draw expert! (basic questions)

Need a Corel-draw expert! (basic questions)


I hope I can find someone who knows about Corel photo-paint. I have some fine line drawings which I need to transfer to a document. I have discovered that the background becomes automatically transparent rather than white/ original colour. Usually this is very useful (i.e. so that the background is the true paper colour and things can be overlapped), however I need some drawings to remain with a white infill (for placement upon a coloured page). Firstly, how do I turn off the transparency? Also, how do I 'cut' around the image ('clip') so that the true shape of the image appers in the document, (rather than just a white box with a drawing inside).Many thanks,


RE: Need a Corel-draw expert! (basic questions)

hi have you found a solution, i'm looking for help also

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