In 2012, the graphic designers were greeted with the new edition of Corel’s graphic design package, CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6.
Along with a number of applications, the suite came with a high volume built-in learning materials. The important change from the previous editions was our precise interest in the key offerings. Most of the core features of Corel PHOTO-PAINT, Corel CONNECT, and of course our main application, Corel DRAW were enhanced for the best user experience.
CorelDRAW X6 was enhanced to process complex and bigger files efficiently. Faster processing meant a speedy outcome for a lengthy project. Different styles allowed designers to create unique appearances to their work, such as drawings, documents, and text.
Corel PHOTO-PAINT X6 was equipped with the Smart Carver tool that allowed the users to instantly peel off unnecessary parts of an image. At the same time, CorelDRAW X6 offered tools like Smear, Twirl, Attract, and Repel to produce and retouch creative vector graphics.
The core functionality of CorelDRAW X6 was to create layouts. Equipped with OpenType and enhanced script support, it eased the process of working with multiple languages. Users could project their work more efficiently by generating a mockup page layout using the new Placeholder Text feature.
The Export Dialog box contained more than hundreds of file outputs and editable color profiles. The freedom to choose from a wide range of file types and file sizes allowed the designers to share their work on all online and printing platforms.
*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.