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I'm a Corel user from Corel 7 through 9. I skipped Corel 10, but did purchase the Corel 11 upgrade, which I considered a step down. Maybe I can help though, what are you trying to export to?
BTW, Corel for awhile had the reputation of coming out year after year with upgrades that added little and in some cases actually took away features. While I liked the software and used it professionally, I got tired of paying for upgrades that offered little advantage. I wish they'd spend more time fixing the bugs on the existing software version. My favorite version is Corel 9, though it to has a few bugs.
So, let me know what you are trying to export to and I'll try to help, if I can.
I used Corel Draw back in college. Can't remember ever having the problem exporting files. However, one thing you could do is save the file as a backup (so you dont loose the original) Then go and Colapse or flaten all the layers into one image. Then export to jpg. If its like Photoshop at all sometimes you can just export the current layer you are focused on.
Thanks for the replies,
I am in the process of branding my logo such as seen in my signature, when I export the file to my computer then upload it to my website I cannot seem to get rid of the background ( white block surrounding the image ). how or what to convert to so that just the lettering and rectangle are exported?
I purchased this program without any support or books.