Micrografx Windows Draw

Micrografx Windows Draw

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Micrografx Windows Draw is used by 210 users of Software Informer. The names of program executable files are draw.exe, ABCMM.EXE, Micrografx Windows Draw.exe and PP60.EXE. Works with drw, drt file types. This particular product is not fit to be reviewed by our informers.

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    Guest 26 days ago

    My wife loves Windows Draw 6 but recently decided she needed to get off of Windows XP on her nine year old machine. My computer was running Win 7 so we were going to have to keep her old XP machine just for those occasions when we needed to use Windows Draw. Both of our machines are now on Windows 10 and they are both running Windows Draw just fine using the procedure and a new install file from http://windowsdraw64.comoj.com/ which I gladly paid $30 for. My wife's install went without a hitch but I had to boot in safe mode to install it on my older laptop that had been upgraded from Win 7 to 10. Both of our laptops have Intel i5 processors and a lot of RAM and Draw runs lightening fast!
    I don't know why Corel isn't selling Windows Draw these days. It's still one of the best graphics programs out there for home use. I bought it in 1999 for $15 at CompUSA and it was the best buy ever. It does most of the things that very expensive graphics programs do and it does them much easier when you get to things like banners, really wild font effects and a very nice photo editor.

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    Donn H (VA7DH) 9 months ago

    I have used Micrografx Draw for years both where I worked and at home for drawing up ham radio antenna projects. I considered it to be the best drawing software outside of real CAD programs which take a long time to learn and so easy to forget. A guy recommended I try Google Draw and I find it quite good. Not as good as MG Draw but pretty close. With MG Draw, I could import graphics and overlay sketches. Google Draw will run on any machine whereas MG Draw only worked up until the end of Windows XP. Rats! I was using it on Windows 7 Pro in virtual mode. I think that's the end of it now that Windows XP support has evaporated.

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    Guest Last year

    Micrografx Draw 6 was the best program ever. How could that be outdated?
    Is there any similar program today, that is so complete and easy to use?