Corel DRAW, The Power of Vector Graphics
When it is clicked we see the beautiful face of Hady Lamar, and the same beauty remains throughout the package. Corel DRAW actually comes up with the bundle of many packages like Corel Photo paint; Corel Movie etc. but the main flagship is Corel DRAW, the favorite package of graphic designers.
It's a matter of line art when we talk about Corel DRAW. People associate this package with graphic Designing. It was truly revolutionary stuff in those good old DTP days and now Corel has changed its appearance for web technology.
As a part of the training when technical packages, dealing with layouts, are finished students have been seen completely taken over by this colorful software. Why is it so popular? The reasons behind its popularity are quite obvious.
It is very easy to use and explores all the qualities of standard vector program. Object can be selected with a single click. The size of the object can be increased without the distortion of the shape. Colors can be filled with single click. It is packed with the powerful drawing tools, which helps you to create a very simple shape to the complex artwork containing literally thousands of objects. You get different range of colors in Corel DRAW, which fulfills your need of getting any shade you want. Effects provides you the endless possibilities. It allows you to manipulate the text easily. As a time changed the package also has changed significantly. It has introduced some raster features in the form of filters.
Today Corel DRAW has become a massive package. It consumes good amount of disk space. It comes up with ClipArt's, fonts, symbols making a nice collection of goodies on your desktop.
CorelDraw itself provides many useful features that can be customized according to our need.
Great looking desktop, easy to use tools, effects, customizing features and vector graphics qualities have made the Corel DRAW , a designer's choice.
This web tutorial was provided by http://www.insidegraphics.com The place of designing solutions.
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