CorelDRAW X5 :: Reduce Width Of Drawing

Mar 26, 2012

Are there any method to  reduce the width of outline that  converted from AI CS5?

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Photoshop :: Reduce Size Of A Drawing

Nov 3, 2004

I have a question regarding the best way to reduce the size of a drawing from possibly 8 x 10 to 1x1. I am going to hire an artist to draw a characture of one of my clients

and use that as buttons for the website. I am thinking my options are to scan artists drawing into PS and reduce image, but I will definitely lose quality. Or I can retrace the drawing in Illustrator and develop a vector drawing, which I can resize . . . but how do I trace color?

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AutoCAD 2013 :: How To Reduce File Size Of Drawing

Mar 21, 2013

when i bind the xref's the file size is increasing up to 50mb. the size of the file before binding is 4.5mb. i tried all the options whic ppl given in the discussion here. purged(all regeapps,zero txts etc.),wblock even some lisps. but all in vain. even i tried to audit but it took 2hrs and nothing happened. this dwg containing only lines poly lines, blocks, txts etc. no images and not even dence hatches also. 1500 drawings like this. i have to submit the softcopy soon.

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AutoCad :: Reduce File Size Using Polyline Instead Of Line While Drawing?

Apr 26, 2011

I've heard that you can reduce file size using polyline instead of line while drawing (or vice versa... don't remember) is it true and what exactly should be used. I think, why we would need the line tool at all if polyline more convenient.

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CorelDRAW X5 :: How To Reduce File Size Of CDR

Feb 7, 2011

i wanted  to reduce size of cdr file. I wanted to know whether we can change resolution ,colour ... its it possible to compress images with and without use of any software.

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CorelDRAW X3 :: Reduce Nodes Feature

Sep 6, 2009

I use this feature often, but I'm not sure I fully understand it, because I don't know what the number setting (1-100) refers to, and I can't find an explanation of it.

Usually I'll select all the nodes in an object and move the slider to the right until I can get as many nodes to disappear as it will let me. (I don't worry so much about distorting the object because I like to do the final shaping manually using as few nodes as possible...) and I find that at a certain point on the scale it won't reduce further, so at that point I remove the remaining unwanted nodes by hand.

My question is, does the 1-100 scale refer to the percentage of nodes that are removed, and what's the reason it won't go beyond a certain percentage?

Sometimes when I power trace a bitmap there are so many nodes that i spend too much time getting rid of them all...It would be nice if I could get the "reduce nodes" feature to remove more.

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CorelDRAW X5 :: Reduce Thickness Of The Font?

Aug 16, 2012

may i knw hw to reduce an thickness of a particular text to a line.. i have attached an screenshot on hw it is.. and wt output i need.  #mce_temp_url# 

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CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5 :: Reduce Image Size Of A Vector

Jul 2, 2011

I have a vector that is 1000 pixels wide and 500 pixels high. How do I reduce it down to 1000pixels wide and 120 pixels high? Can I do that without distorting the image?

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CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5 :: Enlarge And Reduce Sizes Of Objects

Oct 4, 2011

I'm having a problem with enlarging and/or reducing sizes of objects.  When I set the height or width to something, the object usually becomes much smaller.  If I wanted to blow up something (anything) from 8" to 20", it would become about 3".  I would have to put in the 20" again and then it might grow to the correct size.

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CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5 :: Full Bleed And Reduce Size In Poster

Aug 8, 2011

I have 2 issues to deal with. I have a poster I've created in 11x17 but I want to make sure that I get a full bleed when I send it over to the print shop, how would I do this?

issue#2: I will need to reduce the size of the 11x17 to a 5.6in width 7in height. How do I do this? The reason for the size reduction is because I need it for newspaper printing so I need to make sure to keep my 11x17.

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CorelDRAW X5 :: Transparent PNG File Export - Settings To Reduce Bloated Filesize

Feb 15, 2012

I'm working with a production house to generate transparent PNG files of pieces of content. These output images must meet a fixed height and width (in pixels). We're providing a MS Word file with a template that has both text and a MathType equation. The vendor uses this as a starting point, and will export the same equation as a transparent PNG file.

The vendor is using CorelDraw to: transfer text and MathType equations out of a Microsoft Word document into a template in a CDR file select and export the resulting component(s) as a transparent PNG file

FONT MISMATCH: We have a reference PNG file that we've generated as pixel map directly from an XML version of a piece of sample content. We've found that the vendor's sample PNG file is much larger in filesize than the reference PNG file, though it has the same dimensions.

I'm wondering if it is related to a settings issue in CorelDraw due to a weird font size mismatch. Viewing our reference PNG on-screen on my MacBook Pro (OS X Lion), the font matches 26pt in my text editor at 100% view, which is the same font size we use in our source Word document. The vendor (using a PC overseas) has to shrink the font size after transfer into CorelDraw to 6.2pt font, which visually matches our reference on my screen.

TECHNICAL DETAILS: I've used the "identify -verbose" command in ImageMagick to isolate a few other key differences between our source PNG file and the vendor's sample PNG file. In addition a significantly larger number of rows of Histogram information (source=65 rows; vendor=256 rows), there are a handful of other discrepancies (in bold):

Source PixelMap PNG

Resolution: 72x72

Print size: 6.94444x3.31944
Units: Undefined
Channel statistics:
  Gray:
    min: 0 (0)
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I've attached a text file with the ImageMagick details for each PNG file. changes to the CorelDraw settings or process to better align the output file with the source. I'm also open to exporting the selected component(s) in a different format (e.g., EPS or TIF) and then converting to PNG with another utility.

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