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Old 19-04-2013, 19:20
PAnderson PAnderson is offline
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Default Maximize Work Area in CDX6

In Photo-Paint you can press the Backspace key to maximize the work area, i.e. it hides the main Title bar and the Task bar, but it leaves the menu bars and property bar. I can't find anything similar in CorelDRAW X6. So.....can this be macro'ed? It would like to be able to assign a single keystroke.

One reason I am really wanting this now is I recently bought a mini laptop (11.6" screen) for when I am on the road. That little bit of extra work area real estate would be really nice!

This is not to be confused with F9, which makes CD go full screen and there are no menu/property bars. I want to able to see them.

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