One of the problems that people have when they are resizing vector graphics in CorelDraw is that some of of the outlines when made bigger lose there squareness at the edge. This is not a bug in the software but is a preset in the software. You can change this in the miter setting in the outline setup up or make it a default in the styles setup in options area.
One of the problems that we have with computers is that a lot of the files that we work with are large in size. in earlier times when download speeds where more of an issue it was advantageous to compress a file into a zip fie to make it smaller. Now a days this is not as much of a factor as download speeds are a lot faster. A lot of files that are sent now are compressed already so they can not be made any smaller. Files such as CorelDraw files (see the end of this article for an example), PDF, JPEG and most TIF can not be made any smaller. But still some people send them this way so I have taken some time to explain this. Note: this example is in XP. Vista and Win 7 work the same way.
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