How to Make a Gift Certificate in CorelDRAW

We will investigate making a gift certificate and see exactly how simple it tends to be. Presently a gift certificate is not the same as a gift card. Ordinarily, a gift card is printed on plastic where a gift certificate is printed on paper and afterward finished by a store agent or agent of an organization. Think about a gift certificate like a check.

1. Setting page size

While making a gift certificate, the size can differ. It appears to be that by and large, they are 2″ x 3.5″, 2.5″ x 7″ or 4″ x 9″. We will make our own 2.5″ x 7″. In CorelDRAW, from the New Document discourse box (File > New), in the Name: field type the name of the file as ‘Gift Certificate’. Next, we will set the Preset Destination to Default RGB and the page size to Width 7” and Height to 2.5“, likewise select the symbol that shows as Landscape. The Rendering resolution is 300 dpi. Click OK.

2. Including Content

We need to begin by using a picture as a background that will fill the page. Double-tap on the rectangle tool in the toolbox and this will include a page outline. Next, I will import the picture that I need to use as a background and apply a uniform straightforwardness to it. I will give it a straightforwardness of 70% so it looks more like a watermark and afterward power clip it into the page outline that I just made. With that done, import the logo and begin to include the content. Think about this as a check and include comparative fields of data. When you have included the content and adjusted it, the time has come to yield it. There are several different ways this should be possible. It very well may be a straight print and use the inconvenience design to output various duplicates on a single page.

3. Outputting the file

The output of this file is straightforward and can be sent to an inkjet printer or for larger amounts, can be printed at a local copy house. If you wish to have successively numbered, that can be accomplished using Print Merge.

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