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Posted on 2007-12-03
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hi,
today I received a file with .cdr extension, i think this is a coreldraw file, is there anyway I can view the same.
also, is there any free software I can use it for viewing the same
please advise how to do the same


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Only thing that will open .cdr file is coreldraw, if you want to view everything in there.
Later versions of PaintshopPro (from 7 I think) and Word (at least from 2003, if you have full office with relevant filter istalled) can import .cdr converting to bitmap graphic. Probably also WordPerfect, but have not heard of this being used.

Can get free trial versions from Corel Site (think these are good for 30 days - used to be anyway)

http://www.corel.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=CorelCom/Layout&c=Content_C1&cid=1152796555406&lc=en

Above all one line.
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