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Flatten images in CorelDraw x5

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I am using the CorelDraw x5 Suite and I am creating a file using imported images from Photoshop and Corel Draw. I then need to convert the Corel file to a PDF file. When I do this the DPI of some of the images drops below 300 even though I make sure everything is saved using 300 or more dpi. Is there a way to flatten the Corel files before converting them? Will this help when I convert to PDF and keep the images from dropping the DPI resolution? Any help will be appreciated.

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I have used Corel and I was able to export the file to PDF using my custom DPI size, but to do this I had to install a virtual printer. It works way better than the available modules offered by these application. Access and download the CutePDF Writer then open the file in Corel and export it using the CutePDF Writer, but before doing that, go to Properties and change the DPI to the desired value.

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