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> We use Corel 6.0 to generate vector graphics. When I export them to a bitmap
> format, I always export them as 150 or 300 dpi 24 bit colour TIFF files.
> Then I use Photopaint to convert them to the right size and colour depth.
>The only thing I'd change is that I'd love to get a copy of Photoshop here
>instead of the Corel bitmap editor. But Draw does us just fine. If you hate
>it that much you could look at Illustrator or Freehand (whichever is on PCs
I'd suggest you add CorelXARA to this list too. It's a new 32-bit vector
drawing package with very high quality WYSIWYG on screen display
and includes export options to interlaced and transparent GIFs.
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