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    G'day. Does anyone know if it is possible to import and edit PDF files in CorelDRAW? I have tried the"File Open" and "File Import" options but always seem to get error messages.

    Hope someone can help.
    Cheers

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    Hey Mike, what version of Corel are you using?

    You should be able to just drag'n'drop them into a new document, therefor importing. I've done this many times, but as always with Draw, some versions dont quite work effectively. v.9, 11 or x3 should be fine from memory.

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      Originally posted by AussieMike
      G'day. Does anyone know if it is possible to import and edit PDF files in CorelDRAW? I have tried the"File Open" and "File Import" options but always seem to get error messages.

      Hope someone can help.
      Cheers
      Sometimes, when you try to open a PDF that has been protected with a password, you get that message too.
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