Corel Draw 9 with Serial Key Free Download
If you use earlier versions of CorelDRAW or are a casual user, then the interface for CorelDRAW 9 will require some attention to finding features and using tool flyouts and docker windows. Familiar menus for special effects and tools have changed. The interface is actually more streamlined, and if you’re not a stickler for finding that effect in exactly the same place you used to look for it, then you’ll enjoy the new DRAW interface.
You can dock additional color palettes simultaneously or even assign color palettes to workspaces. This allows you greater flexibility in choosing the correct colors for your design, whether its working in RGB or browser palettes, CMY or CMYK, or Pantone palettes, or shades of gray palettes. The color management is improved, and based on the Kodak Digital Science. When you save your work in a different format, such as TIFF or JPEG, you can check a feature which embeds the current color profile.
Corel Corporation is marketing this upgrade--in part--to web users and designers (the spiderweb motif is the first clue). Color palettes for web pages and browsers, Adobe Acrobat support (you can publish your design to a PDF file), support for over 120 types of digital cameras with the ixla Digital Camera plug-in, hyperlink preservation, and numerous shortcuts and menus for online support of color, fonts, drivers, and scripts are new in this version. An HTML conflict docker window, Internet bookmarks manager, and converting text to HTML are also included. CorelDRAW also allows you to set the compression level and bitmap sampling for your JPEG files.
The Natural Pen tool (in my SIG we used it for calligraphy-type design) has been renamed Artistic Media and provides expanded options in the Artistic Media docker. The Pen flyout still offers freehand and bezier tools as well as enhanced dimension and connector lines. This last tool is useful in flow or organizational charting
CorelDRAW 9 includes fifty new special effects for bitmap images. A screen shot of shows samples taken from the CorelDRAW “what’s new” window. As with earlier versions, you can transform your vector image to bitmap, then apply special effects. If you’re running CorelDRAW on older Pentiums, be patient while you wait for the effect to be applied or previewed.
Some new improvements are not for the casual user. CorelDRAW 9 includes a new feature called common workspaces. This allows you to exchange files between DRAW and Photo Paint for the PC, and between the PC and the PowerMacintosh, making it easier to exchange work between platforms. Support for Visual Basic 6 lets developers build custom business solutions. This VBA6 support also includes Microsoft Forms Package and support for ActiveX controls.
- CorelDRAW 9
- Photo-Paint 9
- Canto Cumulus
(a media or art manager that recognizes over 110 file formats)
- Corel TEXTURE
- Corel TRACE
- Corel CAPTURE utilities
- Digimarc Digital Watermarking
- HSoftware Squizz plug-ins for bitmaps
- 25,000 clipart images (10,000 new!)
- 1,000 high resolution photos
- 1,000 TrueType and Type 1 fonts.