Installing Oberon VBA Macros for CorelDRAW/Corel DESIGNER

The commercial VBA macros for CorelDRAW/Corel DESIGNER have their own installer. The macros for all the supported versions of the host application come in a single package. Installation takes just a few steps.

After launching the setup package, you will be presented with a welcome screen similar to this:

It displays the product you are installing and its version. After clicking "Next >" button, you will the the host application selection screen:

This screen lists all the compatible products that are currently installed. You can choose to install the macro into all or just some of the products. This list will be empty if no compatible CorelDRAW/Corel DESIGNER versions are detected. Select the products you want to install the macro into and click "Next >" which brings you to the license agreement. You must read the license agreement carefully and accept it in order to proceed:

On the following screen you need to specify user information. If you have purchased the software and have the serial number you can enter it on this screen as well. If you do not have a serial number, you may still proceed to install the product, however it will function in trial mode. You can enter the serial number at a later date when prompted while running the macro.

Once the user information is filled in, you will be presented with a summary screen showing all the important information collected in previous steps. Verify this information before proceeding.

Once the Install button is clicked, the macro will be installed and upon successful installation you should see the confirmation screen:

Now you can dismiss this last dialog and launch CorelDRAW to use the macro you just installed. By default, the setup program also installs a custom toolbar that contains the macro's commands, but this toolbar is not made visible by default. To show it, right-click on the empty toolbar area in CorelDRAW. This will bring up a pop-up menu that lists all available toolbars with checkmarks next to visible toolbars:

Select the custom toolbar from the pop-up menu to show it:


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