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    Banned Adrian13 is on a distinguished road
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    I've heard that some printing house still uses Corel as a main software.

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    Every now and again a client submits artwork from CorelDraw... Grrrrr, we have ONE computer with it on there just so we can convert it.

    I used it for a time early on. Was never a big fan. I liked Freehand and used to use that Freelance but the company I worked for switched to Illustrator. Every job I've worked since then has been Adobe. Which is fine. It's not a perfect suite of applications but it's very good.

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    I personally prefer the Adobe Suite

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    Illustrator is more or less de facto standard nowadays in graphic design. I think one of the biggest reasons for Corel Draw to fade is the fact that their PDF files seem to be a bit off standard. But hey PDF standard is pretty much what Adobe says it to be so no wonder their software complies with it.

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    CorelDRAW has millions of professional users above all among: graphic designers , fashion designers, sign makers , engravers, etc.
    It´s a really complete graphic suite for working with vector and bitmap images, besides has two main advantages comparing it to Adobe Illustrator : NO SIZE LIMIT for documents ( you can creat real size signs for instance, no need to work with scales like in Adobe Illustrator ) and REAL MULTIPAGE ( you can create documents with 999 pages!!! without installing any plugins or add-ons ).

    Have also in mind that in CorelDRAW you can open and export files to ( PDF, EPS, .PSD, .AI, etc etc )

    CorelDRAW is now in its 17 th version!! known as CorelDRAW X7 and is a really good and professional alternative to Illustrator. And also you can buy a perpetual license of CorelDRAW X7, not with Illustrator , that you only have suscription based licenses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wikayoshi View Post
    that professionals graphic designer not use CorelDraw anymore?
    Yes. In Italy is more or less disappeard..

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    only use it for something large in dimensions. also many people use it for printing

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    I prefer using Adobe everything as it makes things easier. Never was a fan of Corel

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    I work with CorelDRAW since version 2 and wasted a lot of money. In my country many people still design by Corel, layout whole book with Corel and even do any thing in Corel. Now day I make less misstake with workflow Corel -> PDF -> Preflight -> Imposition, but hate it more.

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    Lot of firm use still corel. For example those company who are producing banners or sings because the cutting machines are connected with this program. (Because it is more precise).

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    Adobe Suite Only

    We use Adobe illustrator, photoshop, and indesign for all of our creative work. We do this for 3 reasons:

    1) our customers almost always supply .AI / .PDF / .PSD / .INDD files
    2) we like the way adobe works on our computers - we only use Macs and nothing seems to work as well as it does
    3) its easy to move files between the different tools (edit photos, embed in layouts, propagate across publications)

    Thats my 2 cents!

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    One day Illustrator will be able to do half of what Corel can (maybe), but by then Corel will have moved on

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    Grahic designer

    Have you guys tested XARA DESIGNER ?

    I'm a graphic designer myself and i find this program to be much faster and efficient than Coreldraw or Adobe illustrator.

    I mean both of them have more tools than XARA Designer , but the last one does the job of graphic design much faster and much easier.

    For me it combines Photoshop and Coreldraw together !

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    I've never used it, and no-one in my agency uses it either.

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    For me AI is only for drawing. I use it also to vecotrising/tracing of images (doing it better then corel, at least X5 wich I have). If it comes to layouting, AI is being left behind for one reason > InDesign is made for such of work. As to the design - corel is simply indispensable in my opinion. I'm working with both. Only reason I will ever drop it, would be customers pressure to deliver adobe files.
    Do the proffesionals still use corel? In my country like 80-90% of design works comes from corel. But this is constantly decreasing.

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