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    Corel Draw is a good program, is for my opinion easier to learn than Illustrator. But the combination of Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign is better. When I started learn Illustrator version 7 (I used to use Freehand) was so hard and take double time to do the same thing. Now with the new versions is easier and it works really good. There was a period that I worked with corel, and was not bad at all, but I think that when you learn and understand the "adobe creative suite" you won't change... :)
    I don't even know if there are new versions of corel for Mac...


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    Corel is a good program for starting with design etc. But it is not a professional solution in any of its parts. Illustrator is better for curves, Photoshopt is better in photo/bitmaps, InDesign is better in type/pagesetting... And corel is not an inposition software. But its a cheap solution for beginers. Great! (Some years ago I started with Corel 2/3 too :)

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    I agree with puruppo and pancras, corel is the best if you are a beginner, the learning curve is the ideal if you don't want to take it so seriously, but on the Proffesional world it is far from being the best against tha combination of the CS package.

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    Future!

    Quote Originally Posted by camicov View Post
    I agree with puruppo and pancras, corel is the best if you are a beginner, the learning curve is the ideal if you don't want to take it so seriously, but on the Proffesional world it is far from being the best against tha combination of the CS package.
    I think future is ADOBE like iPhone. Simple, Easy and Versatile.
    Corel is good but Adobe family much powerful than Corel. I am CtP operator and hundred of files i prepare for CtP everyday but corel files take too much time than illustrator, indesign, photoshop.

    Think About:
    Magic tool is the power of illustrator and many more tools have a great power.
    Corel have not.

    Corel just for designing not suitable for outputing it takes a bundle of time. but adobe family suitable for both.

    Advise:
    Every Corel user takes "Lynda Video Training for Adobe". You already familiar with corel but you should learn Adobe Illustrator, Indesign, photoshop.
    Last edited by printr00t; 10-30-2012 at 11:10 AM.

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    I use corel draw more years i find it very well, it do more thing in little time, but if you must do a grafic with photo and gradient photoshop is better corel +photoshop is the best

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    I would have agreed 3 years ago, but ever since switching to Adobe product, I will never go back.

    Try using the big 3 adobe products for atleast a month and you will realize the power it has.

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    If money is no object the Adobe suite cant be beat for sheer power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiredgreenthumb View Post
    If money is no object the Adobe suite cant be beat for sheer power.
    If im not mistaken difference in price between corel draw and illustrator is about $100. I would definitely reccomend paying the extra for illustrator

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    Definitely worth it.

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    This is like my friend who have only owned a toyota and would put his head on a block to defend toyota. But I always say to him if you never own another car you can't make a comparison.

    I have used a lot of graphic apps in my days including paintshop pro, corel draw and painter. Since I started using adobe products I came to realize the difference between apps for personal and small shop use to large professional use products. Adobe software integration with each other and share capability surpass everything I have used before. And I'm talking 20 years plus. Some of the others come close but can't compare!

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    Wink

    only one program is near or better of corel draw, this is illustrator like more our friends posted, but the difference between these program are:

    corel is usefriendly
    illustrator is slow for anithingh you do

    corel can numerating automatic with union print
    illustrator????what is numeration

    corel have little layout
    illustrator more layout

    corel with us powerclip is speed
    illustrator with mask is bad bad bad bad

    illustrator have more compatibility with photoshop and more effect(slow to)
    corel work with photopaint.......

    corel export and import more file, good bad....all file
    illustrator no

    illustrator more memory need
    corel little

    corel only pc
    illustrator pc+mac

    I hope that corel will be turn of mac a future day, and with this more mac users know the potential of this incredible software, and i hope that adobe kill illustrator and go straith with corel draw (it's yours program to)

    BYE BYE

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    Illustrator has always worked best for me. Corel is good too byt for indian requirements

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    I prefer Adobe Creative Suite

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    I still like the Photoshop.

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    I think Corel Draw is a good program. But every has an other program, that is "the Best in the World".

    The Best for me is Indesign. Some years ago was it Freehand.

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