Discover the Capabilities of Coreldraw X6 for the Epilog Laser

Discover the Capabilities of Coreldraw X6 for the Epilog Laser

By Mike Bergagna

Many of the Marquette Engineering students have heard or used the Epilog Laser 36EXT. It is the most popular machine in the Discovery Learning Center.  Recently the DLC has upgraded to a new program which is the new Coreldraw X6.  This program is revised from Coreldraw X4 to improve user interface and help users make more elaborate designs.  The Epilog Laser receives input from this program to produce the art that is designed on the computer program.

To keep up with the fast moving technology CorelDraw has introduced Touch Support to be able to design a pattern on a touchscreen computer and implement it on the new computer program.

A few useful layout tools that are new to X6 are being able to add page numbers to the documents, be able to position an object relative to different positions instead of the top left hand corner that X4 only allowed, and being able to preview the finished design before finalizing the content on the document.

With CorelDraw X6 Image Editing has never been easier with the ability to remove areas from a photo that are unwanted in the final design and for greater design effects X6 has created the ability to adjust photos for Vibrance, Grayscale, and Photo Filter effects

For even more information on the new CorelDraw X6 computer program please refer to the website below with all the new interesting features that are being applied along with some useful videos.

http://www.corel.com/static/product_content/cdgs/x6/CDGSX6_Version_Matrix.pdf

http://www.clicknlearn.com/coreldraw-graphics-suite-X6.html

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