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Thumnail with image when choosing file to open

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asterix Posted: Wed, Apr 11 2012 20:54

It would be nice, when we press OPEN drawing, that all the files show a little image of what the .crd are.

 

Thanks

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Emerald Beach NSW Australia
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If you using Win 7 You can change your View in The Open Dialogue to Large Thumbnails.

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Atlanta, USA
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Chris Wills:

If you using Win 7 You can change your View in The Open Dialogue to Large Thumbnails.

 

 

Thanks, but it dose not show a preview of what it is.

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It should be a preview of the content on the first page of the document. Isn't that what you get?
What do you expect instead?

/Ronny

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London UK

asterix:
it dose not show a preview

Maybe needs the windows shell extension to be reinstalled.

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Atlanta, USA
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I get the same problem as here.

http://coreldraw.com/forums/p/19935/86971.aspx

I will follow that tread.

Thanks everyone.

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Oh got it fixed. Big SmileBig SmileBig Smile

Note I use x5 and windows 7 -64

 

 

  1. Uninstall other version of CD
  1. Uninstall corel draw windows shell
  1. Repair CorelDraw, Features, Utilities, check Windows Shell extension.

No need to restart your computer.

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