User images uploaded into a web to print template can be blended with the rest of the design in a very creative manner. This posts explains how to use CorelDRAW transparency to blend a user photo with background Full text »

The default color preview setting in CorelDRAW is CMYK (full color) which is used for printing purposes. This preview mode makes CorelDRAW show the colors in your document as close as posible to what they will look like in print. The default CMYK profile in CorelDRAW needs to be changed to RGB mode when creating Dynamic imaging templates, as opposed to creating web-to-print templates. Full text »

Click on the Units drop down list and select the desired drawing unit or double-click on the ruler and change it in the pop-up form. Full text »

All the custom patterns you used in CorelDRAW are retained in the file after you’ve saved it. This means that custom patterns (two-color, full-color or bitmap) can be used in web-to-print templates.

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This “retro” typography design style introduced in the hippie era is coming back in a big way. Learn how to make a boogie template in a few simple steps using CorelDRAWs Envelope and Contour tool. Full text »

The simplest way to import images, PDF, EPS or other files in CorelDRAW is to simply drag n’ drop them into your CorelDRAW document. Full text »

Here is the pseudo perspective trick in action for web-to-print and dynamic imaging. The possibilities are endless, this example explains how you can use a single image uploaded by a user to make repeating laptop screens on top of each other like they are floating above the main screen. Full text »

Make the text visible only by its shadow. This is a very simple trick that involves adding a drop shadow on a No Fill web-to-print text frame. Here’s what you need to know to achieve this effect in our web-to-print software. Full text »