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Old 20-06-2013, 16:45
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Default help with a macro.

Hello such. You see, I would like to make a macro a bit complex and I would ask for your help.

If you can help me or guide me in some way with some link or tutorial I'll be very grateful.

This is what I do.

The macro would work for all open documents.

0 - Find all powerclips recursively and unlock document content PowerClip (so if you move does not alter the appearance of the document)


1 - select all objects in the document.

2 - grouping.

3-create a rectangle (no line) on the size of the document and make it a Power Clip that would contain the previous group.

and copy this Power Clip.

4 - Open a master document (already exists)

5 - Create a new page whose name would be the nameof the previous document (which we copied the Power Clip)

6 - Power Clip paste the copied (and close the docmento which copy the PowerClip without saving changes)

7 - open another document template and (again select all, group it and copy its contents)

8 - paste it into the master document (on page created earlier) by PowerClip stuck behind the first.

9 - close the document template.

10 - back to the master document and select the template attached.

11 - give it a height that would be the height of the first document attached plus a margin, and then focus both (the Power Clip + template)

12 - open another template (template-2) (select all, and copy group)

13 - Back to the master document and paste.

14 - move the pasted content (in Y coordinate) (height + template template-2.Height) to put one below the other vertically.

15. Save and close the master document.


Continue to the next open document (starting the process).

Forgive. Ask is that much help, but I searched the forum and information I have tried to record a macro from corel, but I have not managed to fix it.

Any help will be welcome at any step.

Thanks in advance.

A greeting

Sorry for my english.
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