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    Banned jdd1510 is on a distinguished road
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    It seems that most design software that isn't made by Adobe is no longer used. The same thing happened with Quark vs. Indesign

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    I'm stuck with adobe stuff, too much other stuff to learn.

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    It is True many designer use Coral draw for designing



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    Banned decamedia is on a distinguished road
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    I see often that Corel it's used in a copy centers while Adobe it's used in graphics studios.

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    As long as you can make PDFs you should be good. That said, of my suppliers support it and no designers I know use it.

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    Last edited by j0209; 07-09-2013 at 11:18 AM.

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    Absolutely

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    I just went through a 4 year university for graphic design. While we knew about Corel Draw, and the school owned computers in the Graphic Design Lab had the program loaded on it. We never used the program, we were taught the adobe suite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decamedia View Post
    I see often that Corel it's used in a copy centers while Adobe it's used in graphics studios.
    Quite right. The main reason to use CorelDraw in a copy centers is the work speed with big files. Illustrator operates rather slowly with complex multipaged files. It's a big minus but nevertheless I prefer Illustrator to CorelDraw.

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    i changed from corel to illustrator the moment i switched to mac since the last version of corel for mac was 11. if corel would've continued to develop their versions for mac maybe i was still working in corel today. i still open corel from time to time but only to save cdr files to ai, an option for which i'm thankful to corel, and that is missing in illustrator.

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    I used it many years ago for simple sign design and it was no doubt great for its time but now ive found that Flexisign, Photoshop & Illustrator are the tools I cannot live without!

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    Yes, from what I've seen Adobe products are preferred by most professionals. The only s I know who use CorelDraw are those who started with it and don't want to move onto Illustrator. I also heard college students are taught using Illustrator in their classes now. Maybe that has something to do with it. I prefer Illustrator but if you're deciding which program to use, you should use whichever you prefer. I find that clients only really care about the final product, not what program you used.

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    mm...only Adobe pack!

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    I agree, i've used everything from corel to inkscape to illustrator and i find that i just prefer the workflow of AI to everything else.

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    Adobe all the way.

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    From my experience, professionals prefer Adobe products (Illustrator, Photoshop) over Corel Draw

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