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definition of coreldraw

CorelDRAW is advanced computer graphics editing software that includes various types of image and page alteration and transformation functions.

The CorelDRAW program is part of the Corel Graphics Suite package designed by Corel Corporation, which has several versions from the most basic to the most advanced and recent.

This software is used in graphic arts and communication fields for the purpose of digitally producing, editing and transforming images. It is a vector drawing application, with diagramming tools, effects and functions on images and pages and multiple retouching and editing alternatives.

It is often used to generate images and graphics from scratch, but it also allows you to edit photographs, drawings and other types of graphics to correct imperfections or defects or even to provide various effects of chromaticism, brightness, contrast, tone curve, special effects, transparencies, blends and melts and others.

Among its versions, the software includes CorelDRAW 9, 10, 12, Graphics Suite X3 and X4. It is part of a package of programs, which includes the Photo-Paint bitmap editor, the Corel POWERTrace vectorizer, the Bitstream, and other applications such as CorelMOTION or CorelDREAM 3D. On the other hand, the pack includes fonts, photos, brushes, clip art and other complementary add-ons.

In addition to being one of the most popular programs, CorelDRAW is also recognized as one of the most sophisticated image editing software.

Among its most recognized characteristics in the market, are the versatility it has to use it in different tasks and operations of graphic design, advertising, press, web design, architecture, industrial and textile design, billboards and others, the compatibility with files of various vector graphic formats, bitmaps and others, and with similar programs and usability in terms of possibilities to customize it to the taste and choice of each user.