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.pdf to Coral File

Discussion in 'Clipart, Vehicle Templates and Digital Files' started by Accelerated Graphics, Jul 19, 2007.

  1. Accelerated Graphics

    Accelerated Graphics Active Member

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    I have a .pdf that I'm trying to convert to a Corel or eps fle that I can print anyone have anyway to do this.. I tryed in X3 and it said the file is corrupt.
     
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  2. Craig Sjoquist

    Craig Sjoquist Major Contributor

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    if I got this right .... go to save as >you see lots of options convert to pdf, or media then a window opens up ya got more choices ... do not remember all of it but it explains I've not done enough image moving yet but X3 is fairly easy .. also ya got help note to look at

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  3. Accelerated Graphics

    Accelerated Graphics Active Member

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    I'm trying to open a .pdf in X3 ...
     
  4. rcook99

    rcook99 Very Active Member

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    Rick, If you are trying to open the file you have to import it into X3 and open it as curves then you can resave it into corel as a .cdr file. Hope this helps.
     
  5. Replicator

    Replicator Major Contributor

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    Can you open the pdf with a pdf reader ?
     
  6. Justin (Inactive)

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    Rcook99's advice should be just the ticket. I'm still using Corel 11, but it should work the same, just import it instead of trying to open.

    Justin
     
  7. Jackpine

    Jackpine Major Contributor

    I have copy and paste into CorelX3 if it didn't import, but usually import.
     
  8. Bobby H

    Bobby H Very Active Member

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    If you have to deal with PDFs frequently, Adobe Illustrator would be an excellent investment.

    I've had lots of grief trying to import PDFs directly into CorelDRAW and Flexi. I always get much better results when being able to open the PDF in Illustrator, do work on the file in there (like getting rid of various clipping masks, expanding strokes, etc.) and ending up with artwork that can actually be sent to a vinyl plotter or computerized routing table.
     
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