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    corel draw or Illustrator?

    can anyone say why Adobe illustrator is better than coreldraw
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    CorelDraw cant run under Mac OSX (Only old vers 11)
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    It depends on the use, for me, i choose Adobe Illustrator, because the compatibility issue with Adobe Photoshop
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    Yes and Adobe Illustrator file format is 100% compatible with PDF, you can even save files to pdf and edit them later!
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    no contest

    Corel Draw is for people who want to play at graphic design...Illustrator is for people who are serious about graphic design
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    Quote Originally Posted by stifflee View Post
    Corel Draw is for people who want to play at graphic design...Illustrator is for people who are serious about graphic design
    Totally agreement
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    Sometimes our clients bring in models Corel sometimes in Illustrator, so
    these programs can complement each other, if only customers would be convenient;)
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    Illustrator for its compatibility with the other adobe products, but CorelDraw is a very good program in the right hands.
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    Illustrator hands down. I hate to say it but it just works. PS & Indesign & Acrobat work great together. Throw in a font manager and you will need nothing else.
    I shoulda gone to college instead of the family print shop...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dannymonky View Post
    Illustrator hands down. I hate to say it but it just works. PS & Indesign & Acrobat work great together. Throw in a font manager and you will need nothing else.
    Looking for any task you impose, for a simple layout and subsequent cutting of the illustrator or Corel is quite suitable.
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    illustrator - live paint, shape builder tool, appearance panel (multiple strokes and fills for one object), perspective grid ..... and of course excellent compatibility with any other adobe product
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    illustrator, man
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    it's depend of you, what it is familiar to you. in my opinion i prefer illustrator to corel cause Illustrator has good tool such as mash tool, smooth pen toll ect, good covertion to pdf.
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    Corel does have the benefit of printing imposed files as mentioned. It is a benefit for digital shops but we havent updated it in a while and it doesnt handle importing pdfs very well so its left to generating barcodes most of the time. I dread having to edit old files in it sometimes and sometimes save as Illustrator 7 file just to get outta there. Lol
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    i have been working with Coreldraw since version 4 and after 12 years of using corel, i switched to illustrator, corel do have some tricks which you will not find in illustrator, but with some plugins and scripts they will be equal.
    i would say go for illustrator, better compatibility and resources
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