How to Identify Fonts with CorelDRAW

How to Identify Fonts with CorelDRAW

The applications and features described in this tutorial require CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite X7.

If you like the look of a font in a brochure, newsletter or other document, it’s sometimes difficult to identify what font is being used.

Of course, you could search through books to find the font, but that will take a long time. There is a quicker way with CorelDRAW Graphics Suite.

  1. Scan the document, and  import it into CorelDRAW.
  2. In CorelDRAW, click Text >  WhatTheFont?!.
  3. Select an area that contains the font you would like to identify.
  4. Click or press Enter to go to the MyFonts website, where font suggestions are provided for the selected area of your scanned document.

 

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