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Coreldraw x7 - how can I close a document in a zoomed view so it opens on the same view next time?

Coreldraw x7 - how can I close a document in a zoomed view so it opens on the same view next time?

Coreldraw x7 - how can I close a document in a zoomed view so it opens on the same view next time?

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Can't find a solution to this online anywhere.
I'm using Corel to create small fiddly graphics to export. This means the accumlation bits of junk all over the workspace - the set "page" is unimporant.
The default "open" is to show the (in my case) A4 page size filling most of the screen. But I'm working on a little construction about 20 feet away from this!

Is there a setting so that this document can close with a saved zoom setting and open again with the same setting?

Not universal setting - just save a different zoom amd item for each doc I'm messing with.

Anyone?



I want to open it again with this view.

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