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.CDRT File Extension

File TypeCorelDRAW Image Template

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What is a CDRT file?

A CDRT file is an image template created by CorelDRAW, an image editing and page layout program. It contains image properties, such as page, ruler, grid, guideline, and style properties, for creating multiple .CDR documents or images. CDRT files are used to create documents such as posters, infographics, logos, social media posts, web pages, business cards, and invitations.

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Screenshot of a .cdrt file in CorelDRAW 2019

CDRT file open in CorelDRAW 2019

You can create a template from a CDR file when you save it as a template by selecting File → Save as Template.... You can also edit one of Corel's many pre-made templates available online. You can access these templates directly from the application by selecting File - > New from Template....

You can export the CDRT file in CorelDRAW to other more popular formats by selecting File → Export.... CorelDRAW offers a variety of target formats to which you can export the image. You can export the CDRT file to a .JPG, .PNG, or .BMP image, a .PDF document or an .AI Adobe Illustrator drawing.

CorelDRAW is included in the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite along with the following applications:

  • Corel PHOTO-PAINT - An image-editing application for digital photos
  • Corel Font Manager - A utility for managing fonts
  • CorelDRAW.app - An online vector illustration program accessible via web browser
  • Corel CAPTURE - A single-click screen capture utility (only available with Windows version)

NOTE: CDRT templates replaced .CDT files.

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Programs that open CDRT files
Updated 3/26/2020

About CDRT Files

Our goal is to help you understand what a file with a *.cdrt suffix is and how to open it.

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