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How to Scanning Documents Using Corel Draw

How to Do Document Scanning Using Corel Draw - additional equipment needs in a job such as for designing are required to be used to further support our performance and performance in the work and to produce a maximum work. then what does the scanner equipment have to do with design, document scanning sometimes we need such as we make a design that requires objects that are as closely as possible to the original, for example we are designing a certificate, on a certificate or something sometimes there is a signature, well for our signature requires a scanner for scanning original signatures. this is actually to anticipate that we are not called to falsify signatures.

How to Do Document Scanning Using Corel Draw


In addition to the signature, another example is to scan photos on the ID card design, such as the person does not have time to photograph and only has ID card or other photos, then the usefulness of the scanner is needed in this kind of case

usually to do a scanning document already included in the default software, but to corel draw yourself you can also directly use / scan from the corel draw application.

The method is very easy (assuming you already have a scanner and the driver is also installed)

First make a new document corel draw, then enter the File menu - Acquire Image - Select Source. in this section you are required to choose the equipment (scanner) installed on your computer.

After selecting the scanner, then you can open the FILE menu - Acquire Image - Acquire
How to Scanning Documents Using Corel Draw

well after that you only need to understand some of the information such as the scan area and etc., then you can preview the scan or scan directly.
that's how to scan documents in corel draw, hopefully useful

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