CorelDRAW Technical Suite / Corel DESIGNER Tutorials

These tutorials show you how to use basic tools and provide tips for streamlining your workflow and improving your designs.

  • Corel DESIGNER workspace tour

    Take a quick tour of the Corel DESIGNER workspace, and learn about the basic tools and terminology that you will need to get started with the application.

  • Importing 3D models for technical illustration

    Learn how to import 3D models in Lattice3D Studio Corel Edition. Plus, learn the basics of 3D visualization tools and sending 3D views to Corel DESIGNER as vector illustrations.

  • Embedding 3D models in technical illustrations

    In this tutorial, you'll learn how to insert a 3D model in Corel DESIGNER as an interactive 3D model object. You'll also learn how you can access predefined snapshots and cross-sections, as well as interact with the 3D visualization to add context to technical illustrations in Corel DESIGNER.

  • Drawing with precision

    Learn about the precision tools available in Corel DESIGNER, and use these tools to complete the drawing of a door. To complete this tutorial, you must first download the following file: door.des (ZIP)

  • Working with dimension lines and callouts

    Add dimension lines to a drawing to indicate measurements, and use callouts to identify and label objects. To complete this tutorial, you must first download the following file: cabinet.des (ZIP)

  • Projected drawing

    Use projected drawing modes to give a graphic a three-dimensional look and feel. To complete this tutorial, you must first download the following file: projected.des (ZIP)

  • Drawing a wiring diagram

    Add connector lines to a drawing of a wiring diagram, and use halos, arrowheads, and text objects to complete the diagram. To complete this tutorial, you must first download the following file: connectors.des (ZIP)

  • Importing and exporting content

    Import a .DWG CAD file into Corel DESIGNER; add layers, symbols, and fills to the drawing; and export the drawing as a PDF file. To complete this tutorial, you must first download the following file: basis.dwg (ZIP)