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CorelDraw 10 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide by Steve Schwartz, Phyllis Davis

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Working with Dockers

A docker is a tool palette. Unlike most dialog boxes, dockers remain onscreen after changes are applied, letting you continue to work without having to reopen the docker. When you aren't using a docker, you can minimize it, leaving only the name tab visible. You can also undock any docker and move it to a more convenient screen position.

To open a docker:

1.
Choose Window > Dockers. A large submenu appears (Figure 1.32).
Figure 1.32. Choose a docker to open from the Dockers submenu.

2.
Choose a docker from the submenu. The chosen docker opens and is docked (Figure 1.33).
Figure 1.33. When you open a docker, it appears in ...

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