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Importing images from the internet to corel draw 12

I need to cut out an image I have found on the internet. I saved it as a jpeg and a bitmap, but when I import it into corel I can see the image, but when I go to export it, it is not there. Do I need to convert it to something other than the above mentioned?

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1st) Go to file new and after a blank page is displayed go to File import and when the import screen is displayed go to "files by type" and select "ALL FILE FORMATS" be certain that you are looking in the folder that contains the jpeg file that you want and select it.

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Hi shivshankara,
My name is DennisGladx and I'm Glad to be of assistance.
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