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very easy to remember, so all that s left is to export the l keystroke the part of the logo that is aligned to the template, measure the right distance between the first and second part of the logo, and then to align the second part and export it Follow these steps to export a logo of your own:
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Exporting a Two-Part Logo Font, Part 1
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1 Choose File | New From Template, and then browse for the typography template you
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2 Copy your logo to the template and then (if necessary) scale and position the logo as
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3 Zoom into the rightmost extent of the first part of the logo Look at the horizontal
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Ruler, and drag a guide if necessary, but by all means you ll need to know the width In this example, the first part of the Lost Coral logo extends a little beyond the page to 1014 points Write down this number for your own logo font
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4 Select the left part of the logo the part on the page and then click the Export button 5 In the Export dialog, choose TTF-True Type Font from the Save As Type drop-down
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list, and then name your font file In this example, it s Lost Coral logottf Check the Selected Only check box, and then click Export
6 In the Options dialog, type the name you want your users to see ( Lost Coral logo, in
this example) in the Family Name field This is a Symbol font, so check the Symbol Font check box; the Grid Size is correct at 1000, and the (word) Space width is immaterial no one is going to press the SPACEBAR when using this logo font so it can be set to 0, or to about 300 if you plan to add typeface characters to this font later Click OK and then click Yes in the True Type Export confirmation box
7 Uncheck the Auto check box for Character Width, and then type the width you saw
in step 3 For the Lost Coral logo, the value is 1014; for your own logo, the width might be different
8 For the Lost Coral logo, the lowercase l is a good Character Number Choose for
your own two-part logo a lowercase Character Number that s easy to remember, and then click OK to export the first character Here comes the tricky part: the first part of the logo ends exactly at the character width you entered during export This means there will be absolutely no space between this first character and the next one you export This is good most of the time, particularly when your logo needs to be perfectly joined when users type the two keystrokes that make the logo This Lost Coral logo is a little different, because it breaks between the N and the T If your logo is like this one, you re in luck because the following steps show a quick manual way to keep the spacing perfect between characters if your own logo requires this
CorelDRAW X4: The Official Guide
Exporting a Two-Part Logo Font, Part 2
1 With the Rectangle Tool, click-drag a rectangle exactly and precisely where you
want a gap between the first and second part of the logo font, as shown here
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Use a rectangle to measure distance
2 SHIFT-click the second part of the logo to add it to the selected rectangle 3 Hold CTRL to constrain movement, and then drag the rectangle and the second part
of the logo to the left guideline at the left of the page Be careful to only drag left you want the second part of the logo to align to the first part you already exported Use the LEFT and RIGHT ARROW keys to nudge the two objects if necessary The rectangle s left side should be touching the left guideline
4 Select only the second part of the logo now, and then click the Export button In the
Export box make sure Selected Only is checked and that you ve chosen the same font as the one you exported the first part of the logo to
5 Choose the letter you want to represent the second half of the logo For Lost Coral,
the lowercase c works fine, as shown here The user only needs to remember the initials of the place they work!
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Distance measured by the rectangle
CHAPTER 15:
Creating Your Own Font
Installing Your Font
Naturally, after your hard work, you want the payoff; it s very simple to install your font right now Go to the Start menu, choose Control Panel | Fonts Now that the Fonts window is open, you can drag your font file from an open window where you saved it, into the Fonts window The font is now available to CorelDRAW and every application that uses typefaces The Fonts utility in Control Panel copies typefaces; you didn t move the font but you might want to copy it to a safe location now This chapter is an integration chapter; you ve seen how to use a lot of CorelDRAW s tools that are documented in previous chapters to actually make a tool of your own: a digital typeface In Figure 15-8 you can see that some of CorelDRAW s templates were used to create a letterhead envelope, a tri-fold brochure, and even some hang tags, all using a custom font and all the work you see here took about 15 minutes Now that you have a font, you re going to want to type a lot of words Fortunately, the next chapter shows you how CorelDRAW can help you spell your words correctly, can make grammar suggestions, and can write a SIGGRAPH paper all by itself Only kidding about the last part!
FIGURE 15-8
Use a logo font in combination with templates to make stationery, T-shirt transfers, and all your signature business needs
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