Corel Print Office was a suite of Corel programs that provided users with essential office/business applications as well as the means to create professional documents and output in conjunction with specific computer hardware (such as printers). It included 4 specific programs: Corel Photo House, Corel Print Office, Corel Central 9 (from WordPerfect), and Corel Web Designer 2. Corel Web Designer was a Website and Webpage creation program with support for Java, C++ and ActiveX, that allowed the user to upload his finished Website directly to the Web. Corel Central 9 was a virtual scheduler and address book: users could rely on it to keep their contacts in order as well as their calendars.
Corel Photo House was an editing program for photos. Finally, Corel Print Office (arguably the key program in the bunch, at least based on the suite’s name) provided a set of tools for churning out business-ready, print-perfect documents such as newspapers, professional catalogues, brochures, business cards, and more. Drawing as well as image and text importation were allowed by the program for document construction.
The whole suite of software was designed for Windows PCs.
Our users primarily use Corel Print Office to open these file types:
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