CorelDRAW 10 Selected as Editors Choice by PC Magazine
Press release from the issuing company
Ottawa, Canada – Mar 15, 2001 Corel Corporation (NASDAQ: CORL, TSE: COR) is pleased to announce that CorelDRAW 10 has earned the prestigious PC Magazine Editors' Choice Award for Illustration Software. PC Magazine is the largest technology publication in the world.
The Editors' Choice Award is handed out to one product in each category that excels at each stage of a rigorous testing process. CorelDRAW 10 was singled out by the editors, eclipsing other illustration applications with its pre-press capabilities, text handling, streamlined user interface and exceptional illustration capabilities.
"...CorelDRAW is now the application to beat, delivering first-rate text features that rival desktop publishing programs, along with the most flexible vector drawing tools in this roundup," said Sally Weiner Grotta, Contributing Editor for PC Magazine.
This is the second year CorelDRAW has been honored with this impressive industry award. As the graphics industry continues to expand and develop, CorelDRAW continues to excel, providing cutting-edge creative power for professionals.
"We set out to give our customers the most powerful combination of graphics software to date and with CorelDRAW 10 Graphics Suite we believe we've achieved our goal. This summer, with the release of our Macintosh version, Mac designers will be able to experience the same power and creativity that has won praise from PC Magazine and customers alike," said Ian LeGrow, Corel's executive vice-president, creative products. "Our commitment to providing the best possible graphics solution to our customers is reflected in the stability and precision that the suite provides and we are pleased and honored to have Corel's efforts recognized by one of the industry's most respected publications."
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