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  • Converting PNG to CDR

    Hi,
    I'm a novice at graphics design. Is there an easy (open source/ free convertor etc.) way to convert PNG to CDR?
    Thanks in advance
    G

  • #2
    If you mean a layered, vector-filled PNG like you get from Fireworks, I don't think so. You'd have to have Fireworks and export it from there to a vector format that Corel could digest.

    If you mean a PNG image file -- that should import directly, no problem, into CorelDraw.

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    • #3
      Thanks Broacher. It is indeed a Fireworks image. I'll try your suggestion.


      Originally posted by Broacher View Post
      If you mean a layered, vector-filled PNG like you get from Fireworks, I don't think so. You'd have to have Fireworks and export it from there to a vector format that Corel could digest.

      If you mean a PNG image file -- that should import directly, no problem, into CorelDraw.

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      • #4
        thank you. Its Fireworks image.. I'll try the export suggestion. I hate Corel Draw! Surpised that folks still use it.

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        • #5
          Well... uh, never mind.

          Good luck.

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          • #6
            oops
            Last edited by Bob; 02-28-2012, 04:43 PM.

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