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Old 05-15-2007, 05:25 PM   #1
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Default Who's got CorelDraw?

I need a graphic of a curved arrow that twists halfway down, so you see the other side of the straight bit. Anyway, I found one in my CorelDraw clipart library, but I have discovered that CorelDraw no longer runs on my PC.

I googled the error message and apparently installing NAV has hosed a .dll. I'll fix it over the weekend (no time to fiddle with it right now), but I need to wrap up my project by tomorrow (Wednesday).

So can someone open a Coreldraw 9 (.cdr) file for me and resave it as an EPS? Neither Illustrator CS2 nor FreeHand 10 will crack the .cdr file. I can e-mail the .cdr to anyone who can open it.

I'm attaching a .jpg of an arrow that's similar to the CorelDraw arrow I need. If anyone knows where else I can find that arrow (without buying another whole boatload of clip part), that would be fine, too.


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