Sharing symbols between drawings
In CorelDRAW, each drawing has its own library of symbols, which is part of the CorelDRAW (CDR) file. You can share symbols between drawings by copying and pasting. Copying symbols to the Clipboard leaves the originals in the library.
You can also copy and paste instances of a symbol to and from the Clipboard. Pasting a symbol instance places the symbol in the library and also places an instance of the symbol in the drawing. Subsequent pasting will place another instance of the symbol in the drawing without adding to the library. If a modified symbol instance is pasted into a drawing, the new instance maintains the properties of the original instance, and the new symbol definition in the library maintains the properties of the original symbol. Symbol instances are copied and pasted in the same way other objects are. For more information, see “Copying, duplicating, and deleting objects.”
To copy or paste symbols
If a pasted symbol has the same name as an existing symbol, the new name is appended with an increment number. For example, a pasted symbol named “logo” would be renamed “logo1.”
To export a symbol library
To create a new library
To add a symbol to an existing library