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    Junior Member yayayoyo is on a distinguished road
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    What makes people still use coreldraw

    While illustrator is so strong

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    Well It can be usefull....
    I prefer Photoshop CS6 Extended :)

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    for raster editing, always Photoshop
    for vector, Corel is very easy to learn
    there is the price difference to take into account, you get a suite of tools as well as a large library of content.
    In the end if you are doing work for customers it will be necessary to be familiar with Adobe and Corel then no difficulties when some gives you a file to work from,

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    Corel is faster nad easier.
    Illustrator is reliable and accurate.

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    I miss of a few Corel's things:
    - shortcuts to align
    - rotated guidelines
    - Curve editing tools
    - Multipage (I know about Ills artboards)

    It was very useful to make business-cards and calendars...
    I agree Ill more accurate %)

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    corel vs illustrator

    The best for a designer is work with the 2 programs because both have good things. It depends of the job you are doing.

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    Because it's so easy

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    I would this it's a comfort thing too. If you've used it for so long, then it's just easier to get work d.

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    In addition...Corel has great extras like 'Snap-To' feature and on the fly Contour tool ( with choice of mitered, round and clipped options).

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    i like to use both photoshop and corel. i think both are needed sometimes!

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    Adobe is Good

    Quote Originally Posted by jetfire View Post
    i like to use both photoshop and corel. i think both are needed sometimes!
    Adobe is currently the best program for vector have a family connection with adobe

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    i use illustrator always but sometimes illustrator can't handle 200+ inches of canvas for 1:1 scale lay-out, Corel handle it quite nicely

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    illustrator configuration

    Quote Originally Posted by mrxempz View Post
    i use illustrator always but sometimes illustrator can't handle 200+ inches of canvas for 1:1 scale lay-out, Corel handle it quite nicely
    Illustrator is very good, you will do the proper configuration

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    Lightbulb

    Quote Originally Posted by alan2013 View Post
    Illustrator is very good, you will do the proper configuration
    will to be exact "227.54 in" is the max size on cs6. it wont do much if your doing something larger than "227.54 in".

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    Why Corel: (if you work in a small printshop you must have)
    - can make multi up imposition while printing (32up book!)
    - can make data merge for printing
    both could be use!

    – its fast

    Why Illustrator:
    – easy to open psd files to vectorizing
    – proper pdf opening
    - more effects and stuff... (plugins etc.)
    – CS6 have more flexible then CS5 (almost like Corel X6)

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