What is CorelDRAW ?
CorelDraw (styled CorelDRAW) is a vector graphics editor developed and marketed by Corel Corporation of Ottawa, Canada. It is also the name of Corel's Graphics Suite, which bundles CorelDraw with a bitmap image editor, Corel PhotoPaint, and other graphics-related programs (see below). The latest version is designated X6 (equivalent to version 16), and was released in March 2012.
Several innovations to vector-based illustration originated with CorelDraw: a node-edit tool that operates differently on different objects, fit text-to-path, stroke-before-fill, quick fill/stroke color selection palettes, perspective projections, mesh fills and complex gradient fills.
CorelDraw is capable of handling multiple pages along with multiple master layers. Multipage documents are easy to create and edit and the Corel print engine allows for booklet and other imposition so even simple printers can be used for producing finished documents. One of the useful features for single and multi-page documents is the ability to create linked text boxes across documents that can be resized and moved while the text itself resets and flows through the boxes. Useful for creating and editing multi-article newsletters etc.
Corel Draw is a vector based graphic designing software which one can use for creating logos, brochures, flexes and vector designs based on creativity and lining. This course is all about learning the latest version of Corel Draw which is X7. Learning this software enables You to create any kind of logo which is printable, because we use this software mostly for printable things.
» Features of Corel Draw
» Corel Draw Interface
» Tool Box
» Moving from Adobe Illustrator to Corel Draw
» Common Tasks
» Drawing and Coloring
» Creating Basic Shapes
» Reshaping Objects
» Creating Basic Logos in Corel Draw X7
» Understanding Corel Draw X7 Menus
» Creating Advance Projects in Corel Draw X7
» Reshaping Objects
» Applying color fills and Outlines
» Mastering with Text
» Artistic and paragraph text