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If you are looking for CorelFLOW, you have come to the right place. We explain what CorelFLOW is and point you to the official download.

What is CorelFLOW?

CorelFLOW is a software that permits users to design diagrams and flowcharts by dragging and dropping pre-designated symbols and joining them with different line styles. It is a drawing program for Windows. CorelFLOW contains comprehensive symbol libraries. These symbols serve as the support for bringing together a broad variety of diagram types, such as: process diagrams, floor plans, flowcharts, schematics, maintenance guides, work flow diagrams, procedural diagrams, and organization charts, to name a few.

CorelFLOW was developed by Corel Corporation (from the abbreviation "Cowpland Research Laboratory". It is a Canadian software company specializing in graphics processing. Corel is famous for creating software titles such as CorelDRAW and other big companies and products such as Ulead Systems and WordPerfect.

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File types supported by CorelFLOW

Our users primarily use CorelFLOW to open these file types:

About file types supported by CorelFLOW

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Last updated: : November 25, 2014