Creating Cutting | Crop | Bleed Marks in CorelDraw: Best Trick

Friends, Once again I am back with a new uncommon CorelDraw Tip on how you can create the final cut marks with in a single click over any design…

So friends what is the traditional way to create crop marks… first create a small line on a single corner then copy and then paste then rotate and then arrange and than again copy, paste and shifted to other corner and then … so there is lot of work you have to do  to create a simple crop mark for any design… so what i do you must be wondering I just use a simple macro build to create crop marks explain below

Suppose for a cover page shown below, and we need to create the crops marks for it

Then only what i have to do is Go to the Tools> Macro>Run Macro as shown below:

Now the option appears look out into the drop down menu and locate CropMarks (Shown in red Rectangle) and click run that’s it.

You will have the results provided

Isn’t this so easy to create these crop marks, now doesn’t you want to try it as how it can be implied so first you have to download this macro build for these creation follow the below link:

Download Corel Draw Macro Creater

And once you downloaded extract the single file located in the archive and copy this to your program files storage file mostly it should be in your C: drive. The full path where you have to paste is as “C:\Program Files\Corel\CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X4\Draw\GMS” and now restarts Coreldraw. ( Not here this tip is for coreldraw version 14 if you have any other version then look out for that version instead of C:\Program Files\Corel\CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X4\Draw\GMS as shown in red. For any comment or query plz leave your opinion below…

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