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Crop Mark to an Object

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indianleo Posted: Mon, Apr 14 2008 23:24

Hello Friends,
                    How to give crop marks to an object in corel as in Illustrator there is option to give crop mark to an object actually I am creating an flyer and I want to give crop mark for printing Please help me

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There's a free crop mark macro at macromonster.com
Try it!

/Ronny

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indianleo:
How to give crop marks to an object in corel as in Illustrator there is option to give crop mark to an object

You can set this option in Print dialoge box under Prepress options. 

Thanks Anand,
But the crop marks can be seen only in print preview I want it to be seen in normal mode also

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Crop marks are  normally needed post press processes & so can be put while printing the document and are not seen in the artwork (normal mode)

For your specific need to have the cropmarks in the artwork, either you should draw/create the crop marks as you have created the object for which you need the marks or try the solution Ronny has suggested.

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