CorelDRAW 11 is a vector graphics editor developed and marketed by Corel Corporation of Ottawa, Canada. It is Also named as Corel’s Graphics Suite. Its latest version, named X5 (actually version 15).
The CorelDRAW Graphics Suite combines three great graphics tools ie CorelDRAW 11, Photo-Paint 11, and R.A.V.E. 2. You can use them together or individually according to your need.
In CorelDRAW there are new “three-point” tools for drawing rectangles, ellipses, and curves. With each, you click to fix the first point, stretch out to define an axis or baseline, and click again to complete the object. The new Polyline tool enables you to create lines and objects segment by segment, where each segment can be straight or curved. The Pen tool offers a quick way to create Bezier curves.
CorelDRAW 11 introduces Symbols to its repertoire, too, so you can save and reuse drawing elements in a clip-board-style library. Using symbols saves considerable file space, which can be particularly important when drawing Web graphics.
CorelDRAW is a leading professional vector graphics application. Now in version 11, it continues to be full of innovative new tools and facilities, though learning how to use them all takes time and patience. Several of the improvements in the new version are designed to ease the drawing process by introducing tools to overcome specific drawing problems.
For example, there are now new "three-point" tools for drawing rectangles, ellipses, and curves. With each you click to fix the first point, stretch out to define an axis or baseline, and click again to complete the object. This is a very useful alternative to the conventional way of drawing these figures, though the original tools are still there, too.
Other new tools include Polyline and Pen. Polyline enables you to create lines and objects segment by segment, where each segment can be straight or curved. Pen is similar to the pen tool in Adobe Photoshop, offering a quick and easy way to create Bezier curves.
Other handy new features include the ability to snap one object to another and to simplify shapes and extract the outline of one from another when they overlap. The Align and Distribute dialog is now "modeless," making it easier to work with when lining up objects.