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[Sawgrass DirectAdvantage] change from Corel x14 to CS5

 
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Old May 29th, 2013 May 29, 2013 7:22:13 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Cool change from Corel x14 to CS5

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well I have decided that I want to print direct from CS5 instead of Corel x14 cause I got a new computer and stuff. It's been so long since I set the printer up on my old laptop that I'm sure anything they got in the book is "old news" If any of you are doing this currently could u give me a hand at printer part of it? I have CS5 up and running and it prints great to my little Epson desktop printer. What info do I need to give you in order to make it work? I got to go to work but should be back in 5 hours then I can look for answers. So appreciate this
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Default Re: change from Corel x14 to CS5

convert the Corel Draw to an .eps and .ai format and open in CS5 the only thing you may have to play around with is the color management.
 
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Default Re: change from Corel x14 to CS5

Oh HOney I know how to do that. What I mean is for a number of years I have been using my laptop and printing "directly" out of Corel. I don't even have the DAdvantage software turned on. Now with the new computer I want to print directly from CS5. I just don't have any updated information that tells me how to set the settings in the printers setup. Already tried what I think they should be and it fires up but won't print. I know settings are wrong somewhere.
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Default Re: change from Corel x14 to CS5

Nope Dazzabling, what I was referring to was I'd like to physically quit using corel and go to using CS5 but since I don't have my book anymore I don't know how to set up the printer to run from CS5 and from a new computer. I won't be using the laptop anymore and am going to my desk top. I've tried Sawgrass but I can't even raise an eyebrow from them.
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