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Old 26-11-2006, 22:10
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Default A little easier

Chester I put the code into a GMS file for you. I have only tested this with CorelDRAW X3. Place this file here: "C:\Program Files\Corel\CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 13\Draw\GMS"

Then make sure the Delay VBA is unchecked: Tools| Options| Workspace| VBA| Delay Load VBA

To make it work select a shape like a rectangle. Then run the macro by doing: Tools| Visual Basic| Play MakeMeFixedArea()

Now if you try and resize the rectangle by say the height, the width will change to keep the area what it was. If you want to turn it off for the shape run the other macro.

Hope that makes a little more sense,

Shelby
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