Hello from the western part of Africa,Lagos,  Nigeria precisely.It is a cool day and my has not changed;I am John Charles.On this write-up, we will talk about how your coreldraw works could be turned to bitmap object.A bit map (often spelled “bitmap”) defines a display space and the color for each pixel or “bit” in the display space. A Graphics Interchange Format and a JPEG are examples of graphic image file types that contain bit maps. Having defined that,then let’s see how it works.

Before turning your work to a bitmap object ,make sure you have a duplicate of the work in case you need edit  the work later in the future or as the case maybe.Once an object has been turned to bitmap you can edit the work again. By the  way your work which has not been turned into a bitmap object is called vector object.This is how to turn your vector object to a bitmap below;

1 select  the object the object you intend to turn to bitmap

2.Go to bitmap and convert the object to bitmap.

3.Choose a resolution from the Resolution list box

4.Choose a color mode from the Color mode list box

The vector object turns to a bitmap.

To add more creativity to the work you can edit the bitmap.

When click edit bitmap it takes you to Corel PHOTO-PAINT. And do anything you want to do here before you click finish editing and it returns you to coreldraw again.