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  • How to make an *.ico (icon) file with a transparent background in CorelDraw?

    Hello Graphic Design Forum!

    Question: How do I make an *.ico (icon file) with a transparent background with CorelDraw?

    I have got CorelDraw X8 (the most recent version). It will export a vector curve object into the *.ico file. But the file has a white background. I need a transparent background.

    I can export the vector curve object into a *.png with a transparent background. If I then export the *.png file with the transparent background into a *.ico file the *.ico file will have a white background.

    Thank you in advance.







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