Serif DrawPlus 4 Pick
Software Product Description
- Animation Mode
- Advanced Graphic Functions
- Border Wizard
- Transparency Effects
1. What versions of Windows does DrawPlus 4 work on?
DrawPlus 4 works on Windows 95/98/98 SE, 2000, Me, NT 4.0, and XP.
2. What types of formats does DrawPlus support?
DrawPlus supports industry standard bitmap and vector formats including: JPEG, BMP, EMF, WMF and PNG for the Web.
3. Will I be able to animate my drawings and logos?
Yes. You can enhance your home, clubs or business website with animated GIF's or create high impact animations for your multi media presentations. Plus with the power of QuickShapes and Wizards you are able to turn out Web animations in no time using advanced features like onion skinning, backgrounds, overlays, and frame management that are very simple to apply.
4. Is DrawPlus 4 a vector drawing program?
Yes. DrawPlus 4 is a vector drawing program, which means the drawing is in editable layers. On top of that DrawPlus is also a graphics design program that allows you to create logos, high quality print graphics, artwork, drawings, animations, labels and much, much more.
5. Can I create a certificate with DrawPlus?
Yes. The integrated Wizard Technology allows you to personalize your certificate with just a few clicks of the mouse or create your own from scratch. DrawPlus is perfect for creating awards, certificates, and other documents for recognition of special occasions.
Note from FreewareFiles: After installing the program, the developer requires you to register with them prior to using Serif DrawPlus 4. The registration process is integrated within the program interface and is free.
Review Date: 2015-06-06
Pros: Who knows...
Cons: It's a 10 mile trek to use internet -- can't even use a phone in the domicile. Downloads are to flash drive on old home computer; now, how is it supposed to be registered? Tired of the assumption that everyone has an internet connection, programs automatically demanding one to check their internet connection. Then we wonder why some people go postal...
Other Thoughts: None