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How to get glowing effect in coreldraw

Is it possible to get a glowing effect in corel?
And how to get 3d effect in corel ( for ex.say for a star) as it seems sometimes bevel like command does not work or does not work good?

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    how get effect in coreldraw

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To create a glow: make a copy of your image you want to glow. paste to the side or original. select original. Convert to Bitmap, then use Gaussian blur, select pixel width of blur, preview it, then apply it when it look good. Put your copied image on top of the blurred image, bringing the copied image TO FRONT. voila NOTE change color of image to be bit-mapped BEFORE you convert to bitmap for a COLORED Glow

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