This opens the Import Window.
Locate your file and select the Import button on the bottom right of the window. You will see the Image Name and some more details next to your cursor. Click anywhere on the screen to place the Image. Repeat this step in order to place the 2nd Image.
Notice that the Sweet Conker image when selected has alot of white space around it.
You can take off some of this excess white by Cropping the Image.
The 8 Black Square Handles around your Image will change to 4 Nodes.
Select a Node and drag Inwards toward the Image without cutting off any part of it and then release.
Then continue to move each Node where necessary.
You may be wondering what's the difference if the background of the Image is white anyway? Let's just say it will be slightly easier to work with one over the other.
Place the Cropped Images in the desired spot on the flyer.
I picked this Font especially because of all the foliage that comes with it, going well with the theme of the Flyer - Fall. If you want to view more of Kevin King's Free Fonts check out his website at KingthingsFonts.
I originally created this Fall Fest Flyer a few years ago as you can see from the other Fall Fest Flyer Tutorials for OpenOffice Draw and Inkscape.
At that time the Segoe Print Font was free for download but this has since changed. You must now purchase this Font to use it, if you currently do not have Microsoft Office installed on your machine.
So the Font I've chosen to replace Segoe Print is Desyrel which was downloaded from FontSquirrel.com and designed by Apostrophic Labs. So the lesson here is always check a Font's License before using it.
Note that for a newly downloaded Font to be usable on your machine, you must first install it. Any Font installed while Corel Draw is open, will not be visible in the Font List. To correct this, you must first restart the Corel Draw program after Font(s) installation.
Highlight the Text by dragging over it. Highlighted Text has a Gray background.
Go up to the Property Bar: Text and click on the 2nd Down Arrow to the Right of the Font List and choose a Font.
Here it is set to "Kingthings Annex". Immediately to the Right of the Font List is the Font Size. Set it to "125".
Repeating the steps necessary to Edit Fill Color, set R to 102, G to 128, and B to 0.
Repeat this step for "Fest" and set R to 212, G to 170, and B to 0.
Now the Flyer is almost complete.
Select the Down Arrow on the Horizontal Alignment Icon and choose Center from the list that appears.
The "Craft" Text is "Desyrel", Size 40 and Aligned Left.
The "Children" Text is "Desyrel", Size 26 and Centered.
The "Address" Text is "Desyrel", Size 22 and Aligned Left.
To Save go to the Menu Bar and select File > Save As.
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