How to Identify Fonts with CorelDRAWaaronbaltz
Have you ever seen a beautiful font, and wanted to use it in your own designs? Or maybe your client has given you a sample document, but can’t tell you which font is used in it. Situations like these can lead to hours of headaches as you search through font libraries trying to find a perfect match. But there is a better way! This tutorial shows you how to identify the font that is used in a presentation or document quickly and easily using 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.
- Scan the document, and import it into CorelDRAW.
- In CorelDRAW, click Text > WhatTheFont?!.
- Select an area that contains the font you would like to identify.
- 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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