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  • Working with bitmap in CorelDraw

    Hi everyone!
    I have 100G HDD, 1G RAM sony laptop but most times working with bitmap in coreldraw, resaving becomes a problem. It tells me, "error, temp is full". I made the attempt empting the windows temp folder but no improvement. I'm not sure whether the problem is my system or coreldraw.
    Any help or ideas will be appreciated. Thanx
    You don't need everything to start anything
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  • #2
    What exactly do you want to do with a bitmap in a vector drawing program?
    It's not about the world of design.
    It's about the design of the world.
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    • #3
      You set the temporary directory for Corel in the Customization area. Check to see that this is a directory on a drive that can swing the file. Corel temp files can get monstrous quite quickly--especially if you work with the default undos and a lot of bitmap action. Most people lower this setting. Also, if you haven't defragged the drive in a while, that might be worth looking into.

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