When sublimating a design, it is important to ensure that you get the colors that the customer wants. If the customer brings a school logo to imprint on a track suit or sports bag, being able to match the color is paramount. This is where a sample swatch sheet can come in handy. CorelDraw has a number of scripts and macros. In CorelDraw X8 and 2017, they are also referred to as Extensions. One such macro is called Create Color Swatch or Create Chart in X8.
This is installed by default in earlier versions. In X8 and later, however, select Get More under the Welcome tab, go to Extensions, scroll down to Color Chart Creator, and click Download. This will download and install the macro.
Now that it is installed, create a new document and from the Tools menu go to Macro > Run Macro. In the Macros In drop-down, select Global Macros and under Macro Name, select Corel Macros. Select Create Color Swatch and click on Run. In X8 you would select Macros In > Color Chart Creator and then Run. This will allow you to select a palette.
You should have the palette that you want to use currently open. This can be done from the Color Palette Manager. Once the palette is selected, select the other options and click OK.
—Roger Wambolt, CorelDraw