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Corel Draw 10 Step-By-Step Learning eBook - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. CorelDRAW® X7 User Guide. Product specifications, pricing, packaging, technical support and information (“specifications”) refer to the retail English version. CorelDRAW® User Guide. Product specifications, pricing, packaging, technical support and information (“specifications”) refer to the retail English version.
In the hands of someone who knows how to use it, it is an amazing software application and it provides a staggering amount of power and control. For the less knowledgeable it is simply overwhelming, likely causing more frustration than anything else.
For many years I have played with CorelDraw but my knowledge has been only on the absolute surface - I never really harnessed the real power available and it was more of an expensive plaything instead of a tool. I finally decided with CorelDraw X6 to truly learn how to use the application, and after a little bit of research I settled on downloading CorelDraw X6: The Official Guide.
This has been one of the better book downloads I have made and has provided me with exactly what I have needed to get moving. The book presents topics with tutorial information that allows the reader to actually work through a concept rather than simply read about it, and this approach definitely works. Each tutorial is laid out in a numbered step-by-step manner and makes following along very easy and straightforward.
Support files for the tutorials are available online and it is a very good idea to get these files so that the tutorials make a lot more sense.
The tutorials are usually spot on. However, one thing that has been slightly frustrating is that the CorelDraw interface uses button groups instead of individual buttons and this means that on occasion there are specific buttons needed for a tutorial that are not visible as the default in the group.
On several occasions this has meant, for me, digging through the online help in search of information on where to locate a function. This does not bother me too much as it helps me to learn even more about what is available to me, but it may prove to be discouraging for others. The book presents fairly complete coverage of what is available in CorelDraw. There is great coverage on working with objects and groups of objects, object creation and drawing.
It covers many of the desktop publishing features too which is the aspect of CorelDraw that interests me most. Just in the introductory chapter alone there is enough training material to put me much closer to using CorelDraw for assembling sharp documents that make a real impact. What came as a pleasant surprise is that the book also covers some of the features of Photo-Paint, the other major application in the CorelDraw suite.
Photo-Paint is a powerful photo editing tool that does a fine job of retouching photos but it provides a lot more than that. The book really highlights the power available and walks the reader through some great exercises on how to really make some incredible adjustments to images, such as removing parts of pictures without leaving a hole or an obvious splice line.
It should be obvious that this book will not teach the artistically challenged how to draw or create artwork. That's not the purpose of this book. There are other books for this purpose. What it does teach, though, is how to make artistic elements of a drawing such that those with a talent for art will be able to combine these elements in CorelDraw to create art.
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