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CorelDRAW has a collection of award-winning design applications that are used by organizations, publications, media houses freelancers, small businesses and education customers across industries and the globe.CoreIDRAW helps users design for print or web with web graphics tools and presets, such as vector illustration, layout, photo editing, typography.

CorelDRAW is a feature-packed suite that helps businesses create innovative and engaging content for their audiences. Both professionals and novices can produce high-quality digital content such as logos, brochures, invitation cards, and more.




  • Templates
  • Image Editor
  • Image Database
  • Design Export
  • Rendering
  • Textile Pattern Design
  • Pattern Layout / Print / Cut
  • Drag & Drop
  • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  • Fashion Illustrations
  • Image Database
  • Design Export
  • Touch-friendly GU interface
  • Custom node shapes
  • Font manager
  • Interactive sliders
  • Gaussian blur feature
  • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  • Healing clone tools
  • LiveSketch tool
  • Multi-monitor
  • Copy Curve Segments
  • 2D Drawing
  • Rendering
  • Textile Pattern Design
  • Image Tracing
  • Image Library
  • Image Editing
  • Design Management
  • Data Import/Export
  • Custom Fonts
  • Content Sharing
  • Content Import/Export
  • Color Matching
  • Collaboration Tools
  • CAD Tools
  • Batch Processing
  • 2D Drawing


  • Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based, Installed - Mac, Installed - Windows


  • Webinars
  • Documentation

CorelDRAW Users

Available Support

  • Business Hours
  • Online

Language Support

  • English

Company Details

  • Company Name: Corel

  • Headquarter: United States

  • Full Address:


It’s main strength is as a vector graphics editing software- though not simple, it’s way easier and more intuitive than any other I’ve tried. Currently you can still buy the software, but it may go to a subscription plan in the near future. For cross platform, the save as PDF seems very reliable. The newest version is available for Mac, older ones were only Windows.

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This actually has way more features than I can ever use, frankly for my purposes I could have stayed with a much earlier version, however, Windows upgrades forced me into the newer versions. Some of the versions were very buggy, but the one I’m using 2018 seems pretty stable, though can get slow even with fairly simple work. Support is inconsistent, but there’s a lot of online forums.

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CorelDRAW is not easy to learn or easy to use the software. To use it at a professional level one needs a tremendous amount of time and patience. The mechanics of this software are not simple. It can be very challenging for users especially for newbies to get familiar with all of its abilities. RAM: CorelDRAW comes with all the features but none of it comes for free. A decent amount of RAM is required for the software to make it work properly. The users cannot own the software completely and have to subscribe to a specific plan according to their needs.

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This software is widely used in our educational institutions to create all-school book design magazines and question papers. It’s easier for us to train children about this software because of the convenience of this software. The other software in this software package also allows us to do photo editing and we can do everything in the design section in one software package.

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The fact that it is being offered with a perpetual license. This is a big deal especially now that the subscription model is going mainstream with most industry-standard software. I also like the fact that CorelDraw is actually MORE POWERFUL than Adobe Illustrator, especially in terms of features and the ability to select paths and shapes.

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