Using CorelDRAW to Graphically Design Your Vector ArcGIS Maps

This tutorial is designed to show you how to turn your ESRI ArcGIS maps into professional, graphically designed maps. To do this, you must export your map from ArcMap and import it into the graphic design program CorelDRAW. The software required is ArcMap and CorelDRAW. This tutorial is designed to show you how to turn your ESRI ArcGIS maps into professional, graphically designed maps. To do this, you must export your map from ArcMap and import it into the graphic design program CorelDRAW. The software required is ArcMap and CorelDRAW. Ensure that you do not have any unnecessary layers turned on, as these layers will be included in your export (even if these layers are underneath another layer and are not visible in ArcMap). For example, if you have symbolized a layer with separate colors, you can group each one of these classes together by selecting all polygons in the layer manager you wish to group, then right click and select “group”. At this point you can move or edit each class or layer as a whole. To edit individual features, simply select the feature holding “ctrl” and use your CorelDRAW skills to change polygon vertices, colors, outline thickness, etc. Drop shadows and transparencies can be added to individual features, all features, or any group of features. This is so far the best way. I used to transfer my shapefiles into mapinfo and then copy map window and paste it into corel as enhanced metafile. It is much easier now. One question though. What if i decide one week later to add one more layer in my corel map. How can i input it in the same scale? Source. Looking for vector maps of Germany (Deutschland Vektorkarten) for Adobe Illustrator?."


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