CorelDRAW 10, PHOTO-PAINT 10 Ready as Standalone Applications for Mac
Press release from the issuing company
OTTAWA- Nov. 15, 2001-- Corel Corporation is pleased to announce the availability of CorelDRAW 10 and Corel PHOTO-PAINT 10 as standalone applications for the Macintosh platform.
Designed to help make inspiration come alive, CorelDRAW 10 and Corel PHOTO-PAINT 10 deliver professional-level design tools to take creativity to a new level on Mac OS X, including version 10.1.
In keeping with Corel's commitment to provide Mac-specific, professional tools for designers, this is the first time Corel has offered the opportunity to purchase both applications separately.
"We know that professional designers require the flexibility to create their own work environment and personally select the tools that best suit their workflow. By offering CorelDRAW 10 and Corel PHOTO-PAINT 10 as standalone applications for the Mac we are tailoring our products for their specific needs,'' said Ian LeGrow, executive vice-president of creative products at Corel.
CorelDRAW 10 is a powerful and intuitive vector illustration and page-layout application that provides a wide range of creation tools, innovative vector and raster image effects, high-end output features, and exceptional Web capabilities. Corel PHOTO-PAINT 10, the first professional image-editing application for Mac OS X, offers professional users comprehensive photo-editing, image composition, and painting capabilities. It is compatible with all Adobe Photoshop compatible plug-ins including procreate(TM) KPT effects and procreate(TM) KnockOut 2.
"As a leading developer of graphic applications for Mac OS X, we are particularly excited to be the first to provide creative users with professional image-editing technology to leverage the strengths of this new operating system. Corel PHOTO-PAINT 10 and Mac OS X are an exciting combination unmatched by any other products or platforms,'' added LeGrow. CorelDRAW 10 for Macintosh
CorelDRAW 10 for Macintosh provides many valuable new and updated features. Users will benefit from a customizable user interface, more robust and easier to use color management, and enhancements to drawing and interactive tools. Also included is the utility CorelTRACE(TM), a raster-to-vector tracing utility that converts scanned or manually created raster images into vector images.
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