We often hear a term in Statistics called ‘Lack of Memory Property' or 'Property of Forgetfulness’. This term tells us old products lose their values after a certain time and we should move on and buy the newer product or version. But this is not always true, at least in the case of software and internet technologies. Corel Corporation, which has produced a number of high-quality desktop publishing tools, is a good right example of a company that creates software that holds its value. Corel Draw 7, designed for Windows 95 and Windows NT, is a wide-ranging and extremely versatile graphic application. Corel Draw 7 is intended for the professional illustrator and senior graphic artists but less experienced people may still find these earlier versions of Corel Draw adequate. And, while some people love to work with latest versions, in this case Corel Draw 12, Corel Draw X1, X2, X3, and the most recent – X4 Graphics Suite, Corel Draw 7 still offers many flexible, user-oriented desktop publishing options.
The reason why Corel Draw is still in demand is its flexible scope and size. Also, it is the best tool for a home business owner or a professional working from home. Corel Draw has a number of features that a base level user or a novice would find helpful, such as HTML publishing options, flexibility of wizard replacement, Vector-Bitmap conversion options, excellent drafting schemes, property display options, and other handy basic graphic enhancement options. For higher level graphic management system, Corel Draw 8 or higher (Suite X4) would be recommended. But these versions are not so easy to use and demand a high level of technical expertise. Corel Draw 7, on the contrary, is simple in application and a most convenient and transparent tool.