I use CorelDraw A LOT and I find myself explaining various things over and over in my Instructables. I don’t think I’ll stop that but it might help … When you first open CorelDraw there may be one or more dialog boxes which you probably want to just close. To create a new document you can do … Now we need some kind of object. You can use the box tool (F6 and the 7th tool on the left hand tool bar). Or the ellipse tool … The selection tool is the very first tool in the tool bar on the left (see image). It has a rectangular picker and a freehand picker but most … Select the object you created. You can now use the fill and outline tools (the “outline pen” is the 15th tool on the left, it looks like a … Sometimes you want just a straight line to connect to shapes or even just to separate two parts of the drawing. You can use the “straight line connection … The text tool (11th tool on the left, looks like the letter A) allows you to write text (see image). Once you select the tool some settings appear … A bitmap is a collection of pixels in a rectangular shape. On your computer it may be a “jpeg” or a “tiff” or a “png” or a “gif” … If you have an object (perhaps some text or a complex set of shapes you’ve created) you can convert it to a bit map by selecting it and … Converting bitmaps to objects is a lot more complicated but CorelDraw has a collection of tools which do a pretty good job. You access these tools by right … Drawings with multiple objects have the objects in a sort of a stack. You can think of this stack as the printing order. Everything prints for “Bottom” to … I’m sure that there is a lot of stuff I didn’t tell you that you wanted to know. I just wanted to cover a few basic concepts. You … Source.