How to Install Macros

Here’s a macro that allows you to number the pages in your CorelDRAW document. DOWNLOAD the 3.6 MB ZIP FILE which contains everything you’ll need…  a movie showing you how to install the macro, and then how to launch it in 2 convenient (and different) ways:

  1. Using a Shortcut Key
  2. Using a Toolbar Icon

Many macros now self-install. Double-click the exe file in the zip file you’ve downloaded.

If you have a “Loose GMS”:

For  Windows 7:

Copy the GMS file (not the whole downloaded zip file) in the User GMS folder;

C:\Users\Your Name\AppData\Roaming\Corel\Graphics13\14\15\16\17\18\Draw\GMS

For  Windows Vista:

copy GMS file (not the whole downloaded zip file) in the User folder;

C:\Users\Your Name\AppData\Roaming\Corel\Graphics13\14\15\User Draw\GMS

Windows XP:

Copy macros into this folder:

C:\Program Files\Corel\CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X3-X4-X5\Draw\GMS

You may need to change the permission for the regular GMS folder. You may need to unhide folders or disable UAC.

To set up an Icon or Shortcut Key, watch this:

We think that VBA macros are big part of CorelDRAW’s future. Timely solutions to your problems can often be provided by our macro authors. If there’s something you wished CorelDRAW could do – contact us!