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Customizing filters in CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite

 



Customizing filters in CorelDRAW®

Filters are used to convert files from one format to another. They are organized into four types: raster, vector, animation and text. You can customize filter settings by adding or removing filters so that only the filters you need are loaded. You can also change the filter order and reset filters to their default settings.

To add a filter


1. Click Tools Options.


2. In the list of categories, double-click Global, then click Filters.


3. Double-click a type of filter in the Available file types list.


4.Select a filter. 5. Click Add.

To remove a filter

 

1. Click Tools Options.


2. In the list of categories, double-click Global, and click Filters.


3. Click a filter in the List of active filters.


4. Click Remove.
To change the order of the list of filters

1. Click Tools Options.


2. In the list of categories, double-click Global, and click Filters.


3. Click a filter in the List of active filters.


4. Click one of the following:


Move up — moves the filter up the list


Move down — moves the filter down the list



You can reset the List of active filters to their default settings by clicking Reset.

 

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