I agree that their helpfiles are very helpful - I haven't had a chance to go through the program's tutorials at work - I will once I buy it for myself for at home though even though I'm using it. If it comes with a book, my advice is to read parts and walk through doing what it is talking about where you are reading.Rodney said:You can actually learn a lot from the little tutorials and help provided with the program.
I'm no expert by any means (I had CorelDraw 12 and just upgraded a few days ago to X3), but they do have some good tutorials and tips/tricks on their website:
That's pretty darn cool! I just tested this out and it worked exactly as you described. Definitely a timesaver!I was in Corel Draw working with a bitmap & clicking the edit bitmap button opens it directly in Corel Photo Paint. I made the tiny little deletions I needed to make, saved it and closed Photo Paint down. Voila ... there it was with my changes in Corel Draw
Very true, the good thing is while your using CorelDraw you would realize how powerful it is. Even though I used it since Ver. 3 , everyday I discover new ways to deal with graphics using CorelDraw. Enjoy and Coreldraw is the package!!will you be disappointed? no, absolutely not! will you be overwhelmed - at least at first? yeah, most likely it's a huge program - after 10 versions i'm still learning new stuff about it!