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Quick Ways to Change Full Color Designs to 1 Color In Corel Draw

Quick Ways to Change the Full Color Design into a Design 1 Color In Corel Draw - an attractive design in general is a full color design, but don't think the 1 color design is not attractive, as long as it fits in the selection of the raster and block color thickness then it does not close the design possibility 1 color can also be a very interesting and nice design.

How to Change Full Color Design to 1 Color in Corel Draw

on the Tips and tutorial this time, I want to share about how to quickly, you can just change it manually, that is, replace it one by one so that it becomes a 1-color design, but for those of you who don't want to be complicated maybe tips and tricks for Quick Ways to Change Full Color Design to 1 Color In Corel Draw can be very useful for you.

As an additional information, design 1 color for printing purposes so you only need to change the design to black only (the color composition is only black) for such later you want the color to print can be adjusted later, so just use black if you want to make a design 1 color (black and derivatives such as black 10%, 20% etc).

To do this trick is needed / has a condition that is, the design must all vector means there is no Image format with RGb or CMYK color composition, if there is an image then you must convert the manual to Grayscale image.

Let's start,
First, open the design you want to change to 1 color.
then after that go to the Edit menu - Find and Replace - Replace Objects see the image below

Quick Ways to Change Full Color Designs to 1 Color In Corel Draw
Quick Ways to Change Full Color Designs to 1 Color In Corel Draw

for the second image, first you change the fill first to grayscale, then after that you just change the outline to grayscale, so there are 2 processes for this.

so a brief explanation of tips and tricks for Quick Ways to Change Full Color Design to 1 Color In Corel Draw, sorry the language may be a bit messy and difficult to understand


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