CorelCHART is a charting program that used to be included in CorelDRAW, an editor for vector graphics. The last CorelDRAW to have CorelCHART in its package was CorelDRAW 5.0—after that, the charting application was no longer included in the CorelDRAW suite of programs.
CorelCHART was similar to other chart-creation applications in that it permitted users to create graphs and charts through a combination of elements such as text, shapes and lines, options for the latter two being supplied in libraries within the program.
What distinguished CorelCHART from its competition, however, was the inclusion of OLE technology in the software. Objects could be linked and embedded across applications. Hence, for instance, users could start by creating the “skeleton” or base of a chart on CorelCHART, then embed or save them in projects being created through other applications for further processing or integration: the chart created through CorelCHART could actually be saved directly into a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation, for instance, or into a graphic on CorelDRAW. Edits could also be applied from any of the applications, so users could create unique, truly customized and artistic charts by working on both CorelCHART and CorelDRAW.
Our users primarily use CorelCHART to open these file types:
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