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I have created a Corel Draw X5 file and saved it. Later I want to make some editing in it but I was unable to open it properly. When I open an corel draw file it`s opened with a single empty page with the name untitled-1. The size of file is more than 150MB. How can I fix this?

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Check your file extension, is it proper? – Nidzaaaa Dec 25 '12 at 15:03

Corel files can be recovered from the system temporary files folder.

To open the temp folder, pick Start -> Run and enter %temp%.

You will find your Corel file in that folder. It will be prefixed with "Autosave__(your Corel file name)".

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