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Opening Your First New Document File
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If you are not using the Welcome screen, choosing File | New (CTRL+N) or clicking the New button on the Standard Toolbar, shown here, opens a new graphic document window
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Click to open a new document according to default settings
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If you choose to begin a new document, CorelDRAW automatically applies a default name using the sequential naming pattern of Graphic1 for the first file opened, Graphic2 for the second new file opened, and so on, as each new file in the current CorelDRAW session is opened The next time you open CorelDRAW, the first new file you open will be named Graphic1, so you really should give your files new names when you save them to avoid having tons of files named Graphic1 and running the risk of overwriting a different, previously saved graphic with the same default name of Graphic1 Each open document, whether it is new or is a previously created document, is listed at the bottom of the Window menu If you ve opened several documents, you might notice that each document window is maximized, but only the most recently opened document appears in view, indicated by the document default name in CorelDRAW s application title bar This is because while document windows are maximized, only the document in the forefront is visible Any other opened documents are hidden from view To navigate between document windows in the maximized state, choose Window | Filename, as shown here
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To see all open document windows and automatically arrange them in your CorelDRAW application window, choose Cascade, Tile Horizontally, or Tile Vertically from the Window command menu
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Opening Document Files
To open an existing document, choose from one of these three actions: click the Open Other button from the Welcome screen, click the Open button in the Standard Toolbar, or choose File | Open (CTRL+O) In each case, the Open Drawing dialog appears as shown in Figure 3-2 Notice that the Open Drawing dialog, as a standard Windows convention, supports the Thumbnails view of documents, and CorelDRAW files do indeed display graphical
Windows Thumbnails view
Selected file File list
Preview window
File Data
Additional user data
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The Open dialog in CorelDRAW provides you with thumbnail views and document information
CorelDRAW X4: The Official Guide
thumbnails of your saved work You can also see the version of CorelDRAW in which the file was saved plus other file information, and even see user data (covered in this chapter) when you or a coworker has entered keywords and/or other data in these fields To help you find the exact file you want to open, the Open Drawing dialog displays, in the lower right of the dialog, some information about the file you have selected and shows the first page of the file (CorelDRAW documents can consist of several pages) if the Preview check box is checked
File Version File Version refers to the version of the CDR file format the file was saved in CorelDRAW X4 opens only files that are saved in CorelDRAW 7 or later CDR file format CorelDRAW X4 s native version is called version 14 If the file version displayed here is between 7 and 14, a file should open If it is below 7, it will not open in X4 and you ll have to find an older copy of CorelDRAW to open the file For example, a file created in CorelDRAW 3 could be opened in a copy of CorelDRAW 7 and then saved in CorelDRAW 7 to a version 7 file that then could be opened in X4 CorelDRAW X4 can save files of any CDR file from version 7 through 14
In a work environment where users have different versions of CorelDRAW, it s a good idea when you save a file to also save a copy of the file in Corel s CMX (Corel Media Exchange) file format CMX is covered later in this chapter, and it s your gateway to saving copies of files from version X4 that users of CorelDRAW version 5 can open
Compression Ratio When a file is opened in CorelDRAW, it is stored in RAM When a file is saved, CorelDRAW compresses the information so it takes up less space on your hard disk than when it was in RAM The percentage displayed here shows how much smaller it is when stored in its compressed state Last Saved By This entry tells you the exact version of CorelDRAW software that was used to save the file Last Saved In This entry details the language used by the CorelDRAW software that saved the file This is useful for determining if a different Code Page should be used Keywords and/or Notes section Entries that are displayed here, or that are visible (but grayed out) if they were made by accessing File | Document Properties when the file was last saved, were entered in the Save Drawing dialog and can help you find the file you want to open
Once you have found the file you want to open, you have check boxes you can set or clear to extract embedded ICC (International Color Consortium) profile information or to preserve the document s original layering structure as the document opens
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