As a tool for business publishing, Corel Ventura was favored by a lot of users. Initially, it was known as Ventura Publisher, which was developed by Ventura Software in 1986. Corel purchased this small software entity in 1993 and relaunched it changing the name. Corel Ventura had features and layout packages for creating professional-grade general and technical documentation, textbooks, manuals, etc. The last edition, Corel Ventura 10 was released in 2002 but today, you will find many of its features in our latest CorelDRAW Graphics Suite. You will find many of the features you loved about Corel Ventura in CorelDRAW, but it offers a wider range of features as an alternative for Corel Ventura.
*Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 do not support variable fonts
**Collaboration features are available only through subscription or with an additional purchase plan for perpetual license customers.