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CorelDRAW may not be a household name, but it is a mainstay of the industry. The program was first launched in 1989 and has continued ever since. Other vector graphics programs have come and gone, but CorelDRAW has stayed put.
Individuals and businesses trust CorelDRAW, which means that if something goes wrong, it’s a big deal. If you trust CorelDRAW, then Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW can prove to be a lifeline in many situations.
Like other business programs, Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW there are a few different price points depending on usage. For people who use the program for non-commercial purposes, the license costs $ 27. For home use this is all you need.
If you use Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW for commercial purposes, either yourself or in the workplace, you need a commercial license. It only costs a little more $ 45.
Finally, if you install Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW on multiple computers you need a site license. It costs $ 99, but you can install the app on up to 100 different electronic devices in either a single building or multiple buildings.
Pricing of online services
In addition to the standard Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW the application also has a web service. We’ll see exactly how it works a little later, but if you only need to restore one file, this is a good price option. You pay $ 10 for 1GB of recovered files, so restoring a file of about 500MB would only cost about $ 5.
Use Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW, you must have a relatively recent version of Windows. Supported operating systems are Windows 98 / Me / 2000 / XP / Vista / 7/8/10 or Windows Server 2003/2008/2012/2016 and later. You must also install CorelDRAW 10 or later.
Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW supports restoring .CDR files from CorelDRAW version 10 and later. This includes CorelDRAW 10/11/12 / X3 / X5 / X6 / X7.
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The application reads the corrupted files multiple times to determine the differences between CorelDRAW versions. If you know which version of CorelDRAW the file is from, you can select it or select “Auto Detect” so that the application can determine the version.
The repair may take some time because the file is read multiple times. Once the recovery process is complete, you can preview the recovered file through the built-in viewer.
Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW cannot repair CDR files from version 10 of CorelDRAW version 10. However, CorelDRAW 10 was released in 2000, so you probably don’t need to repair files from older versions.
Using the Recovery Toolbox for CorelDRAW
Before you can start using Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW, you need to install the application. Only Download the application from the Recovery Toolbox and start the installer. Follow the instructions and the application will launch after installation.
Once the application is launched, you can select the file to restore. If you know the version of CorelDRAW you are using, it will speed up the recovery process a bit. The size of the file also affects the recovery time.
If the restore was successful, you will see a preview of the restored file. If you are satisfied with what you see, select “Start recovery” and the image will open in CorelDRAW. If you have not installed the CorelDRAW version, you will not be able to restore the image completely.
There may be times when you don’t want to pay Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW but the picture has yet to be retrieved. For example, you may be running MacOS without a Windows license or a computer on which you cannot install software. In that case, you will be happy to know that Recovery Toolbox offers online return service.
Like the installed version, the online service can repair CDR files from CorelDRAW 10 and later. Download the file, enter your email address and fill in the captcha. Press the “Next Step” button and wait for the recovery process. You can then pay a small fee to download the recovered file. You do not need to install CorelDRAW to use the online return service.
Like other Recovery Toolbox programs, you probably knew in the first paragraphs of this article if Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW is for you. If you are in a situation where a damaged CDR file can make your life difficult, the recovery program is so cheap that you might also get it on your hands.
After that, you may not be sure if the program is right for you. The good news is that you don’t have to buy it out of sight. Recovery Toolkit for CorelDRAW is a free trial that lets you try it out and see if the app meets your needs.