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Dynamic Draw

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

What is Dynamic Draw?

Dynamic Draw is an open-source and free program developed by Masayuki Fukushiro. It is a vector graphics creator with a focus on producing presentations and flow charts. It features line creation tools, object linking functions and multiple shape presets for quick chart illustration. There are also predesigned options for arrow and connector shapes so users can differentiate between different elements and connections. A smart linking feature allows users to link chart elements quickly and move objects on the canvas without losing their linkages. The software has a wizard for beginners to learn the program and its interface. It also provides options for hotkeys for nearly every command so that users can learn to craft graphics with it in a pinch.

The emphasis of graphics created with the software is a project planning, so most users of the program employ it for business purposes. It exports graphics in a number of commonly-used image file formats, including the JPEG, SVG, PSD, TIFF, BMP, OLE, WMF, PNG and EMF formats. It is designed to work on computers running the XP, Vista, 2003, Server 2008, or 7 versions of Windows.

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File types supported by Dynamic Draw

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About file types supported by Dynamic Draw

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Last updated: : July 7, 2014