From: Weisbend <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 14 Dec 1995 11:37:44 +0100 Message-Id: <9512141037.AA02443@diana.fb5.uni-siegen.de> To: email@example.com Subject: Re: gifs on web page >I use Corel Draw 5 and have them in CDR format and know they mustbe in >gif89a format. What program would you best reccomend I use to convert-I have >lviewpro1b and also gif construction set. >i am the genius - I think!!! If you got corel5, then you have probably got corel photo paint as well. There you can open cdr-files as well and save then in whatever format, suitable for a web page. you can also choose the image compression in case you save them as a jpeg. I mean the gif and jpeg exports frm Corel Photo Paint work perfect, I did this for customized backgrounds for our homepage. In case you do nopt have the photo paint prog, try marking all the elements in CDraw (in the cdr-file) and export them as a compuserve-bitmap (.gif) those will also work with the most browsers and you can adjust the resolution of the picture, in case you want to be aware of the disk-capacity, your server has to reserve for the picture, you want people to download. Hope this helps you, if not or in case I misunderstood your problem, please let me know, to see if I can help anyway. Best Manuel.