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> With Corel, you'll probably get better results if you create the graphics
> in CorelDraw and move them to Photo-Paint to run it through one of the
> filters to smooth it out just a bit. If you want GIF files, you'll usually
> have to convert it back to 256 colors after running a graphic through a
I am presently considering upgrading my graphics program from Corel 3. (It
has met most of my needs until now.) As I read about some of the
conversion problems you are having with Corel, I am wondering if I should
seriously consider some other graphics software to replace what I have. I
am curious as to the kinds of experiences others have had with some of
the other graphics programs.
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