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  Opening Separated Mask And Bitmap In CorelDRAW® 8

1. Launch CorelDRAW 8 and click File > New (unless there is already a blank, new workspace available). Then click File > Import > TIFF and select the TIFF file previously saved.


2. When the corner-shaped cursor appears, click the mouse once.


3. The imported TIFF will appear.


4. Next, click File > Import > PostScript Interpreted (PS, PRN, EPS) and select the mask that was previously saved as an EPS file.


5. You'll see an "Import PostScript" dialog. Just accept the defaults and click "OK".


6. When the corner-shaped cursor appears, click the mouse once. Don't worry about the alignment of the mask for now, this is just an exercise.


7. The mask is now imported into the image as a separate object available for editing.


8. With the mask still selected, click the Fill Tool, and select "No Fill".


9. Click "Wireframe View" to make both the mask and bitmap objects visible. You can now manipulate the mask as a separate object anyway you wish.


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