Jul 20, 2016

Course Title: Introduction to CorelDRAW X3

School: At a college near you (click "Enroll Now" to see location). [Learn More]
Hours required: 24  
Price: $99  
Length course offered: 6 Weeks   
Instructor: John Sadlouskos [Bio]


Learn how to draw and paint without pencils, pastels, or watercolors using your computer and the imaging software, CorelDRAW! Even if you can't draw a straight line or a round circle, CorelDRAW will help you unlock the artist inside.

This course is perfect for beginners, but those with design experience will also benefit from the detailed, step-by-step instructions. You'll discover how to add special effects and brilliant colors to your designs while creating a professional-looking newsletter and greeting card. You'll also find out how to add exquisite text to images to create logos and letterheads and how to export your designs to other applications like Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat, and the Web. While the course focuses on CorelDRAW Suite X3, if you're using CorelDRAW 12 or CorelDRAW X4, you'll get all the support you need in each lesson's discussion area.

Whether you're designing for business or pleasure, this course will provide all the tips and tricks you need to create images of the highest quality. So get ready to release that pent-up Picasso inside of you who's longing to get out!


Know how to add brilliant colors, designs and exquisite text to your original artwork and then export them with ease to other computer applications, such as Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat, and the Web.

Grading System:

Confirmation of Completion awarded with passing score.

School Description:

No matter where you live, you will be able to take any of our comprehensive, convenient online courses offered in connection with a college or university near you. Click "Enroll Now" to find the partner school for the course you want to take.

Instructor Bio: John Sadlouskos

John Sadlouskos has been a CorelDRAW and Corel PHOTO-PAINT user since version 6. For over 10 years, he has applied these skills as a technical writer, and more recently, he has used them as a product label designer and developer. He holds a B.F.A. from the University of Arizona, and he has experience working in both print and electronic media for government agencies, financial institutions, and the transportation industry. John specializes in writing easy-to-follow instructions for software and for educational and consumer applications.