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Locking Toolbars in Corel Draw

Discussion in 'Corel' started by BuckyKatt666, Jul 19, 2004.

  1. BuckyKatt666

    BuckyKatt666 Member

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    Does anyone know if its possible to lock toolbars and taskbars in Corel Draw 11? I have my whole workspace customized, but I find myself accidentally grabbing and moving my tool bars all of the time.

    Also, does anyone have any workspace customization tips?

    -Jordan
     
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  2. Shovelhead

    Shovelhead Major Contributor

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    I'd like to know if anyone.......

    knows of a site that offers alternative buttons and toolbars
    for Corel 11???
    The default bars are hideous
    :cool:
     
  3. jimdes

    jimdes Active Member

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    Save your stuff . . .

    Bucky,
    Under the "Tools" you'll find an option to export . . . follow the directions there and save the file in a location where you can find it later (or on a floppy for that matter).

    It won't be exactly what you want because Corel lumps similar windows together, but you'll have the options you want in a relatively close proximity.

    I also save my custom palletts on the same disk. I use this same disk whenever I change systems for work, school or when working freelance at another location . . . works well for me, I hope it does for you too.
     
  4. jimdes

    jimdes Active Member

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    Don't like the monochrome look?

    Hey shovelhead . . . Haven't found a website yet, I've been looking too but you can customize your own, here's an excerpt from the Corel help file:

    1 Do one of the following:

    · (Windows) Click Tools Customization.
    · (Mac OS) Click Edit Customization.

    2 In the Customization list of categories, click Commands.
    3 Choose a command category from the top list box.
    4 Click a toolbar command.
    5 Click the Appearance tab.
    6 Edit the button image using the options in the Image area.

    Note

    · When you choose either Small or Medium in the Size list box, you edit the small or medium versions of a particular button image. You cannot edit the large version of a button image. For information about how to display all buttons as small, medium, or large, see "To modify toolbar appearance."

    Tip

    · You can reset toolbar button images to the default settings by clicking Restore defaults.
     
  5. Jillbeans

    Jillbeans Major Contributor

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    But how do I restore my original toolbar? Mine keeps getting wonky in Corel 12.
    Aren't you supposed to press one of the F keys when starting up Corel or something?
    Thanks.
    Love....Jill
     
  6. signmeup

    signmeup Major Contributor

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    I have trouble with tool bars in Corel 12. They won't stay put. I would also like to be able to "pin" a drop down menu so it stays dropped down until I'm finished with it.
     
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