CorelDraw 10 stores vector drawings as mathematical equations and bitmap images as pixels, but both types of graphics are rendered as dots when they're printed. The quality of the printed page depends on the resolution of the output device. The higher the resolution, the finer and sharper the output will be.
Each time you print, you'll start by opening the Print dialog box (Figure 18.1). This tabbed dialog box provides access to all of CorelDraw's print services.