Introduction to CorelDraw

CorelDraw is an intuitive graphics design application that gives designer a more enjoyable work experience. CorelDraw is built and designed to meet the demands of today’s working designer to create ads or collateral for print.
Such graphics works include; complementary cards memos, posters, wedding cards, greeting cards and so on.
1.     Corel 5
2.     Corel 6
3.     Corel 10
4.     Corel 11
5.     Corel 12
6.     Corel 13, 14 etc.

It is a frame like shape appearance that looks plain centered on pasteboard called Page Layout, where you lay out text and graphics. Any work done outside the Page Layout will be cut off during the process of printing the document. It is Artistic in nature specially made for graphic works such as posters, calendars, complimentary cards, envelope work and so many others. The environment comprises toolbars like Menu bar, which displays all the available menus, such as File, Edit, Layout, Arrange etc.
Standard bar; which displays some command’s icons such as Save, New, Undo, etc.
Property bar; which displays some tools in accordance to the tool you select while working. This bar is so sensitive to any selected tool.

As there are different types of Corel versions so also the tools varies and the menus likewise. Corel 10, 11 and 12 have little differences mostly the  working tools and the toolbars. The Corel 12 window is more sensitive and has more tools than 10 and 11.