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Corel Draw Tutorials

Post by Merlin » Wed 31 Mar, 2010 8:48 pm

Following on from the Forum Get together and the Corel Tutorial, I have been asked to provide paper copy tutorials.
The first is completed. Corel Draw Text for Valiani FMD.

If you require a copy please via PM provide me with your Valiani Serial Number and your email address.
I will then send you a link for you to download the .PDF file.
Your email address is required so that I can forward the other tutorials when they are completed.

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Re: Corel Draw Tutorials

Post by Merlin » Sun 04 Apr, 2010 1:26 pm

Jumped out of sequence with that last Tutorial.

Two Tutorials now available.
1. Understanding Nodes in CorelDraw for use in FMD
2. Creating Text in CorelDraw for use in FMD. - This uses the Fonts from your Windows/Fonts folder.


Once again, if Valiani users would like these tutorials, then please send me your Serial Number and importantly your email address.

When further tutorials are available, or I get any information from Valiani then I can automatically forward to you.
Unless you state that you require no email information.

Thanks
John

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Re: Corel Draw Tutorials

Post by Merlin » Mon 05 Apr, 2010 7:43 pm

Both tutorials have now been emailed to those Valiani users who sent me the information

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Re: Corel Draw Tutorials

Post by carter2 » Mon 03 Dec, 2012 7:06 am

Hey that is really nice of you!
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Re: Corel Draw Tutorials

Post by IFGL » Mon 03 Dec, 2012 10:45 pm

Carter makes a good point , however ,

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 against the partial vacuum in the induction tract to draw in combustion air. This is in contrast to a forced induction
 engine, in which a mechanically driven supercharger
, or an exhaust-driven turbocharger
 is employed to facilitate in increasing the mass of intake air beyond what could be produced by atmospheric pressure alone.

I think you will find this an equally valid point.

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Re: Corel Draw Tutorials

Post by birdman » Tue 04 Dec, 2012 2:15 pm

I totally agree with both the of the above comments, which are of course extremely valid.

Vorsprung durch Technik or auf Englische "progress through technology" applies to both.

They are good tutorials as well and I look forward to any more that might be forthcoming from the very valuable VSG.
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