Macromedia FreeHand is an application used to create two-dimensional vector graphics that are primarily became conversant with the desktop publishing, professional illustration, and content design for the Web, with a devoted text control and page layout features. The capacity and functionality of the Macromedia FreeHand is similar to Xara Designer Pro, Adobe Illustrator, and CorelDraw, as well as to QuarkXPress and Adobe InDesign.
Macromedia FreeHand (formerly called Masterpiece) was developed in 1988 by Altsys Corporation, and successfully acquired a licensing agreement with Aldus Corporation, introducing four different versions (1 through 4) starting in 1988. Later on, Altsys Corporation was acquired by Macromedia and launched freeHand versions 5 through 11. Adobe Systems bought Macromedia in 2005, introducing FreeHand MX.
FreeHand MX is available in different languages including English, Japanese, Chinese (traditional and simplified), French, German, Italian, Swedish, and Spanish. At present, FreeHand MX runs under Windows 7 by means of the compatibility mode under Mac OS X. the common careers using Freehand are Cartography, Architecture, Graphic Design, Multimedia Production, Product Design, Textile Design, Fashion, Illustration, as well as Science Research.
Our users primarily use Macromedia FreeHand MXa to open these file types:
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