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Chapter 8. Page and Document Setup > Viewing Document Info

Viewing Document Info

With CorelDraw 10, it's easy to learn just about anything you want to know about the contents of a document (known as the document info). For example, you can see how many objects are in the document, what fonts have been used, the page size and orientation, when the document was created and last modified, and where on disk the file is stored.

To view document information:

  • Choose File > Document Info.

    The Document Information dialog box appears (Figure 8.16). Scroll to view the document info.

    Figure 8.16. The Document Information dialog box displays a wealth of useful information about the current drawing.


  • To generate a printout of the document info, click the Print button.

  • To save a copy of the document info as a text file (as an archival reference, for example), click the Save button, name the text file in the dialog box that appears (Figure 8.17), and click Save.

    Figure 8.17. Select a destination drive and folder, enter a name for the document info file in the File name text box, and click Save.



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