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Supported versions: CorelDRAW X6 or later

Procedure

1. Place the plugin files in the prescribed location.

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  1. Log on as an administrator to the computer that you will connect this machine to.

  2. If CorelDRAW is running, exit it.

  3. In the decompressed folder 'RSP-094_vxx_GR,' open the folder 'CutStudio_CorelDraw_PlugIn_Win_Vxxx' ('xx' represents the version number).

    This folder contains the following files.
    • CutStudioPlugIn.gms (plugin software)
    • CutStudioPlugIn.bmp (plugin icon image; for X6 and X7)
    • CutStudioPlugIn.ico (plugin icon image; for X8)
    • Readme.txt (contains information such as the installation procedure)
  4. X6 and X7: Copy 'CutStudioPlugIn.gms' and 'CutStudioPlugIn.bmp' to the following folder.

    Program Files- Corel- CorelDRAW Graphics Suite ##- Draw- GMS

    * '##' is 'X6' or 'X7,' which is the number of the CorelDRAW version that you are using.

    X8: Copy 'CutStudioPlugIn.gms' and 'CutStudioPlugIn.ico' to the following folder.

    Users- User name- AppData- Roaming- CorelCorelDRAW Graphics Suite X8DRAW- GMS

    * Open Folder Options (Windows 7)*1 or File Explorer Options (Windows 8.1/10)*2; set Hidden files and folders to Show hidden files, folders, and drives on the View tab; and then click OK.

    *1 Select Control Panel, Appearance and Personalization, then Folder Options.

    *2 Select Control Panel, Appearance and Personalization, then File Explorer Options.

  5. 2. Add the plugin's start button to the toolbar.

    1. Start CorelDRAW, and then open a new document.

    2. On the Tools menu, click Customization.

      The 'Options' window appears.
    3. Click Customization, then Commands.

    4. Select [Macros] from the pull-down menu.

      The macro details will appear.

    5. Select 'ExecuteCutStudio.CutStudio' from the macro list, and then drag this item to the toolbar.

      Drag this item to a space where no existing button is present to create a new start button for the plugin.

      * In this example, we have dragged the item to the right of the 'print' button on the standard toolbar to add the new button.

    6. Click OK to close the 'Options' window.

    7. Exit CorelDRAW.

      When you start CorelDRAW again, the added button will appear. (Depending on the version you are using, the button may appear even before you restart the program.)

    3. Change the icon of the start button.

    * Even if you do not perform this work, the plugin has already been installed. If you do not need to change the icon, there is no need to perform this work.

    1. Perform step 1 to step 4 in '2. Add the plugin's start button to the toolbar.' above.

    2. Select 'ExecuteCutStudio.CutStudio' from the macro list.

    3. Click the [Appearance] tab.

      Depending on the version you are using, the name 'ExecuteCutStudio.CutStudio' that you selected in the previous step may be displayed under Caption.

    4. Click Import.

    5. From the icon list, click Files.

    6. Select 'CutStudioPlugIn.bmp' or 'CutStudioPlugIn.ico,' which you moved in step 4 of '1. Place the plugin files in the prescribed location.' above, and then click Open.

    7. Click OK to close the 'Options' window.

      The start button icon changes to the specified icon.

    This completes the installation of the plugin for CorelDRAW.

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