Corel GRAPHICS SUITE 10 for Macintosh Now Available
Press release from the issuing company
SAN FRANCISCO -Sept. 25, 2001--Corel Corporation today introduces Corel GRAPHICS SUITE 10 for Macintosh, designed to run on Mac OS X and classic Mac operating systems 8.6 to 9.2.
Corel GRAPHICS SUITE 10 includes CorelDRAW 10, Corel PHOTO-PAINT 10 and Corel R.A.V.E.(TM)
Corel GRAPHICS SUITE 10 includes award-winning applications for vector illustration, image editing, painting and animation and supports Mac OS X technologies including Aqua, ColorSync and QuickTime. Developed to provoke creativity, Corel GRAPHICS SUITE 10 is designed to deliver maximum creative expression for print and the Web.
Corel GRAPHICS SUITE 10 offers an intuitive user interface and extensive customization options, enabling users to streamline the creative process and add powerful functionality to their existing tool set. The suite delivers the latest in design technology, productivity enhancing features, interactive tools, and support for Internet publishing.
"Continuing our aggressive release schedule for Mac OS X, we are pleased to debut Corel GRAPHICS SUITE 10 and bring the full power of our graphics technology to this exciting new OS,'' said Ian LeGrow, executive vice-president of creative products at Corel. "From the beginning we saw this suite as a catalyst for creativity and an invitation to explore the boundaries of expression.''
"Mac OS X is our most technologically advanced operating system ever and incredible graphics capabilities like OpenGL, Quartz, and QuickTime make it the ideal platform for creative professionals worldwide,'' said Ron Okamoto, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. "Corel GRAPHICS SUITE 10 is a powerful and versatile suite of graphics applications and we appreciate Corel's continued commitment to develop innovative creative software for Mac OS X.''
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