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CorelDRAW X7: The Official Guide Paperback – 16 Nov 2014
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Gary David Bouton is the author of over 20 books on computer graphics and video, included five on CorelDRAW. A native of Central New York, Mr. Bouton has won numerous international awards from Corel Corp., IBM, and other software companies for his illustration and desktop publishing designs. A regular contributor to design.com (a bald-faced lie) and other forums, Gary is also a regular communist with Studio Monthly and somehow finds the time to post tips and tutorials on major sites and TheBoutons.com, a terrific resource for anyone who has the need to express themselves using a visual medium.
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One thing I really look for in a book / manual like this is a comprehensive index. I want to be able to quickly look up information when I need it, and having to blindly flip through chapters to find something drives me crazy. This guide has a good index.
I'm looking forward to learning a lot from this book. There have been a lot of changes and improvements to Corel Draw since I last used it. Starting off, I'm working on learning some new 3D techniques right now - Chapter Three.
After a lot of research for my new business I decided the program Corel Draw X7 seemed to be the best investment and universal program to use. I had used other "design" programs before but nothing with so much going on in just one program.
I knew the program could do almost all I needed, but knowing it can and knowing how it can are 2 different things.
I could not locate a Corel Draw X7 Book for Dummies so I went with this one. I ended up pretty much learning from YouTube most of the items I needed to get a really good understanding of Corel Draw X7. I now find the book more useful now that I have a 50 to 70 percent base understanding of how the program works. (That percent is a guestimate, the more you know the less you know) My personal challenge is always remember how something is done, even if I have done it before and this book is nice to just look at quick and go "oh Yea".
It may work well with others as a book to use to learn the program if you have a good ability to read, understand and maintain something. Otherwise it is wonderful for easy look ups. It seems to be organized well and I can easily look up items that I am looking for at that moment.
I would recommend this book for just about anyone trying to learn or just for reference. It may not be as useful for some but any book that can help in any way can't be a bad thing.