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Old 22-06-2006, 08:11
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Default Wingdings - Webdings etc...

Some years ago i was using Corel Draw 7.0.
At the right side, between colour palette and work space, there was an area where i could shortcut some tools that i used more.
Such as: "shaping" (weld, trim.....), extrude etc.
Also there was something like Graphic and text styles where you could see some fonts like wingdings, webdings and their symbols and you could easily drag n' drop them in your working area.

Now, with Corel draw 11.0 that i am using you dont have this opportunity.
Sounds silly, but that was very helpfull cause you could see some characters in some fonts and you could simply drag n drop them at your work area.
Dont know if i you know what i mean, but i'll try to explain better if their is any prob.

Thanks in advance
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Old 22-06-2006, 13:12
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In CorelDRAW 11 you can make your own toolbars adding whatever tools you would like.

As for the text, go to the text menu and say "insert character" this will open the character docker on the right hand side, you can drog and drop your characters from there.

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Old 23-06-2006, 08:55
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thats excactly what i ment shelbym
thanks a lot!!
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