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    Junior Member Bunker is on a distinguished road
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    Corel do the work but, illustrator does it better!
    Its just my opinion of curse, i need integration with Photoshop and Indesign so, Corel cant do the job properly.


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    Corel is cool but I think that Adobe solutions are cool too. :)

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    Corel Draw [was] awesome. but these days Illustrator is pretty much required in the industry. To go back in time though, Corel Xara was an amazing piece of vector arrk software that I wish was continued today.

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    Illustrator and Photoshop ---> Indesign = trouble free.

    And it's important to develop your skills with apps that are parts of a whole. Doing so they'll act like a single multifunctional program.

    Of course the fast way is always the 0ne you know well, so Corel Draw is still used by many users because they feel at home that way.

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    I use Illustrator but I've watched Corel tutorials and from what I can tell the programs seem very similar. Sounds like a PC vs MAC or Chevy vs Ford debate. I could be wrong... can any explain the benefits of over the other?

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    Corel Draw? Nooooo!!!!

    The Illustrator is the king. It is not question. The Draw is getting worse and is is not compatible with ownself: there was opened 2 drawings, on the first I selected some objects and press ctrl+c, then I changed to second drawing and tried to paste the copied elements. I got a message: the objects what I tried to paste are not compatible with corel draw. Whaaaaaat?????
    I think it tells everything. Corel draw is an amateur software full with bugs.

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    My vote for Corel

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    This post looks like it goes a long way back, but I can't understand anyone still recommending Corel. Unless you need to use a lot of old Corel assets or don't want to pay for Adobe, why use Corel?

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    My pro option is CorelDRAW

    I prefer CorelDRAW too, if you are a designer who creates for all kind of media like printed media, sign making, web media,etc CorelDRAW allows you to create everything with just one software package, the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite .

    I am also user of Illustrator, for opening files I receive in it, but only with CorelDRAW I can create real scale designs like billboards in real 1:1 SIZE .
    Besides in CorelDRAW I can create page layout for book or magazine, you can create Corel documents with 999 pages !!

    and more advantages in CorelDRAW you can import and export hundreds of file formats, even can save in .PSD and .AI

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    Those Illustrator fans who dismiss Coreldraw are living in a very small bubble. In the world Coreldraw, you know the whole world, Corel is very widely used. Illustrator is for design studio types. People who have actually to produce tend more towards Corel. As to the comments about Corel being cheap, well I suspect many of the people here do not like to pay for their software so we have that perspective on cheapness.

    The best software is the one that lets you get your job done the easiest. That software will be different for different people.

    A great advantage of being free is that you can make your own choices without having care about what anybody else thinks. It is interesting that a great many of the Apple/Adobe crowd do not seem to think it should be this way. Such defensive behavior?

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    I usually use the illustrator to design and the corel to print

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    I work with Corel 3 years, and now I start learn Illustrator, for me Illustrator is better

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