Convert JPG file into CDR file

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How do I convert a JPG file into a CDR file
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  • Subhendu Sen
    .cdr is a Corel draw file format or default save option. Assuming you wanted to edit this file. This is not so easy task. However you can try this, open corel paintshop (hope you have it) & ctrl + O. Now locate the jpg file & double click to open it. Click selection tool & draw a selection anywhere on the image. Again click file > save as & type a name. Now click the save as type drop down & select pspimage. After saving you can access the same file. For your good conecpts, pleaase link here, http://photoshop-flash-coreldraw-seo-help.com/coreldraw-help-tutorials/jpeg-(jpg)-in-coreldraw.html
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  • Subhendu Sen
    However it is to the some extent to convert JPG to CDR, if you have Photoshop, it is easy to open the same file in Photoshop and after do some edit or whatever, you can save the file of its default file format.
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  • kamdardarshan
    Thank you so much Subhendu Sen!
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  • ToddN2000
    Depending on the JPG image you can also open it with the Freeware program Inkscape and save it as a CDR as well. A lot of users may not be able to afford the Corel software
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