I haven't used Corel much, so I'm not sure if you can do this. But Maybe try to put each item that needs to be in front of or behind another item on their own layers?
Transperant? You trying to make a outline only image. If so, select color make white. Unless it wasn't done by you. Use trace to get the shapes select the colors.im using corel x3, i need to make my salsa and chips transperant. when i use the transperancy tool this is what i get. i tried ungrouping, intersecting, and just about everything i could think of. is there a way to flatten the image so the artwork behind doesnt show up.
I believe he's wanting to put the chips and salsa behind some text on a menu, so ti needs to actually have some transparency. The problem he's running into is the other parts of the vectors then begin to show through that aren't normally visible when it's solid color (such as the bottom part of the bowl showing in the tomato).Transperant? You trying to make a outline only image. If so, select color make white. Unless it wasn't done by you. Use trace to get the shapes select the colors.
Ok I just went to look on corel draw to see how it could be done, and actually I found a pretty easy way of doing it. I copied your jpeg, which if you have the vector would be much easier haha Once I opened it, I did a trace bitmap high quality, so that I could get it vector. Once I had the vector I went to the Effects menu and adjusted the gamma until I got this its not perfect because of course I just traced it really fast, but you can see that adjusting Gamma did a pretty good job of making it transparent, and still kept those extra lines out.