The Corel SCRIPT Script Editor (or simply, the Corel Script Editor) is an application that users of CorelDRAW can find in their software package in the Productivity Tools folder. The application is specifically used for scripting the program, which basically means creating a set of computer commands that, when run using the Script Editor, will get the program to perform specific tasks. While some of the tasks you can have CorelDRAW do through scripting are also doable through the program’s actual interface (drawing a visual, for example), there are also certain tasks that only scripting can achieve for the CorelDRAW user. The editor can be leveraged to create a macro program, for example: an automated task that takes part of the work away from the user and simply programs that portion of work into the program’s task list.
The Corel Script Editor is intended to be used with Corel SCRIPT, a programming language based on BASIC and dependent on OLE Automation Technology. As such, the user of the editor should be familiar with that language in order to take advantage of its power; he can also use the editor with all Corel programs that also support OLE Automation Technology.
Our users primarily use Corel SCRIPT Script Editor to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files Corel SCRIPT Script Editor can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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