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corel x4 font help

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when i view my drawing in a wire frame in corel draw x4, the fonts are very jagged and when I send it to my guy who routes for me, he uses enroute, the letters are even worse, Any suggestions to make the font better in corel before i export it. Any help would be appreciated.

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First, check your font to see if it is a truetype font. No true type font should be jerky, unless its meant to be. If the font isn't truetype, that is probably the issue.

Gn

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it isnt, its an open font. i will check and get a true type,thanks

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If you are not aware of it, go to www.whatthefont.com to identify matches

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Are you exporting from Coreldraw as DFX format? If so, there is the problem.

 

Alternatively is your router guy exporting from Coreldraw to DXF ?

 

Coreldraw exports DXF as thousands of straight lines.

 

GC

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