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  Moving Clipping Paths From Corel® PHOTO-PAINT® 8   Buy Graphics & DTP Software!
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Part One: Transfer from Corel PHOTO-PAINT® to Illustrator®

1. First open the image in Corel PHOTO-PAINT. The image and clipping path have to be exported as an EPS file.

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2. Load an existing path or create a new one. If this is a new path, be sure to save it to disk before proceeding.

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3. Click File > Export, then choose "Encapsulated PostScript (EPS)" as the file type and click "Save"...

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4. You may get a warning for a selection mask if you have one in the file. Click "OK"

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5. You may also get a warning that the path and bitmap objects will be combined into one object. Click "OK"

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6. Fill out the dialog box. Under "Clipping", make sure to check "Save" and choose "Image enclosed by Path". Then check "Crop image to mask/path when saving" and click "OK".

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The EPS file is now exported...


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