This problem only occurs when using CorelDRAW and Windows NT 4 and according to CorelDRAWs |
technical hotline it has been eliminated in the current release.
There are two possibilties to avoid this problem:
- If there is another Windows 95 installation besides Windows NT 4 on the same computer, you
should reinstall CorelDRAW 7 under Windows 95. Make sure that installation is done in the same
directory in which you installed CorelDRAW 7 under Windows NT 4. Then start CorelDRAW 7 under
Windows 95 and adjust the symbol bar. Exit CorelDRAW and restart your computer using Windows NT 4.
- If you have installed CorelDRAW 7 on another computer on which Windows 95 is installed and
have added the icon for CoCut into the symbol bar, you can copy the CDRBARS.CFG, CDRMENU.CFG
and CDRROLS.CFG onto a disc from the DRAW directory of CorelDRAW 7 and then copy them on the
Windows NT 4 computer into the DRAW directory of CorelDRAW 7.