CorelDRAW is considered top, both for vector editing and prepress solutions. Its unique capabilities exceed the typical vector designing software, places it deep in the heart of the user who tried it and understands it. In this article I will not discuss the ease you can use VBA with, nor the multi-page capabilities that makes it an excellent DTP software. We won't even talk about the pioneering concept of adding a mail-merge sub to a design program, to allow you to auto-numbering forms all the way to change the details of a company's cards for each one of the employees with almost no effort, almost a decade ago.
We are going to talk about is the page and layout setup, as well as the very sophisticated pagination system inside the printing environment. And we are going to do that step by step, while working on a two sided business card with a map.
Step1: Start a new document
Step 2: Set the dimension at the page setup dialogue
Step 3: Allow blend
Step 4: Add guidelines
Step 5: create layer
Step 6: draw rectangle, then color it
Step 7: make use of alphabet and symbols
Step8: Add logo, client info. And things worth mentioning
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