Video Blog: Introducing CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6

Today we officially launched CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6, our latest, and by far our most powerful and creative version ever of Corel’s flagship graphics product!

It’s been an incredible effort by the entire team here at Corel, and getting to finally open the doors to the new version to the world is quite a rush. With that in mind, we thought it would be a good idea to record a short video introducing the new release…

Of course there’s much more to learn about X6. You can find out more, plus download a free trial, by visiting:



Are you a CorelDRAW user? What are you most looking forward to in the new release? Post your comments below and let us know.

About John Falsetto

John Falsetto is the Senior Product Manager for the CorelDRAW family of products. His responsibilities include global product launches, product lifecycle management, as well as ensuring that CorelDRAW products meet the needs of users throughout the world. John joined Corel in 2006 and works at the corporate headquarters in Ottawa, Canada.
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3 Responses to Video Blog: Introducing CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6

  1. Ken says:

    64 bit Print Merge – so I may finally do industrial size merges of documents – not limited to 100’s and crashing out of the simplest merges

    The photo enlarge enhancement plug in you had in 15, but I never purchased as you just did not have enough change over 14 to make it worthwhile in my opinion.

    More WEB capabilities – Printing on paper has started to diminish.

  2. arthurcharlesvanwyk says:

    I recently laid out my first magazine completely in CorelDraw X5 and whilst I like the fact that it is not as slow as it’s predecessors in handling multi page documents.. I believe that it can and should be faster still. There’s nothing more frustrating than sitting and waiting for a program to render.

    Also, If X6 could come in a version for Mac that would be super.

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