Printing your artwork: Composite images
Printing a composite image that contains many layers and shapes can be time-consuming.
You can print a single-layer version of the image much more quickly.
Instead of flattening a composite image by dropping each layer to the canvas, you can clone the file to produce a flattened image, which you can then print. This method lets you preserve the layers in the saved RIFF file in case you want to change them later.
Learn how to clone an image in the Corel Painter Help.