CorelDRAW is also known as the vector graphical editors that introduced and promoted by the Corel Corporation. Corel Corporation is located in Ottawa of Canada. Corel’s Graphics Suite is another name of this process. It is also have a new version that knows as the X5 that was introduced in the February 2010. In the year of 1987, the software engineers of the Corel hired Pat Beirne and Michel Bouillon build a vector-based illustration program, which is collection of the desktop publishing process. However, the corelDRAW program was originally announced in 1989. This program 1.x and 2.x works under the Windows 2.x and 3.0. In case of CorelDRAW 3.0 has also came its individual Windows 3.1 that introduced by the Microsoft’s. The addition of true type in the Windows 3.1 changed CorelDRAW to a critical design program. It is also able to use the system-installed figure fonts without help of any other software like the PhotoPaint, a font manager of software and Adobe Type Manager.
The CorelDRAW was developed originally for the Microsoft Windows and at present, runs on Windows Vista, Windows XP, as well as Windows 7. Current X5 version, was released at 23February 2010. Versions for Mac OS X and Mac OS were available, however because of the poor sales these were all discontinued. Last port for the Linux was the version 9 (and released at 2000, it did not run natively, in place it used the modified version Wine to run) and last version for the OS X was version eleven (released at 2001). Until version 5, the CorelDRAW was been developed for CTOS, Windows 3.1x, and OS/2.
The problems to install or run the older versions of the Corel Draw under the Windows 7 is overcome by making use of Microsoft’s ‘Troubleshoot ? and right click on setup.exe file at installation disk for selecting the facility.