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Jack Boy posted on Tue, May 12 2009 16:14

Help, I just tried to load my new CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X4 and they requested a "Serial Number"  If it was on the BOX that the CD came in, then I'm S.O.L., as I threw the box away last week and put the CD in a holder. Now today I tried to load it and do not have a serial number. SHEESH!!! How dumb can one get.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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If you purchased a legal copy of CorelDRAW Graphics Suite, the serial number should be on a sticker on the back of the DVD Sleave. If you cannot find it, please contact the Corel Customer Service (http://www.corel.com/contactus) with your proof of purchase information.

As a side note, the box itself is part of the proof of purchase normally... you will therefore most certainly be asked for a reciept or invoice that proves you purchased CorelDRAW legally... you would be amazed by how many people try to get free serial numbers Cool

Using CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X7.1 with Premium Membership, CorelDRAW Technical Suite X6 SP1 & CorelCAD 2014.5
on Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit  / Intel Core i7, 8 Gb RAM.

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Top 25 Contributor
Ottawa (ON), Canada
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CorelEmployee

If you purchased a legal copy of CorelDRAW Graphics Suite, the serial number should be on a sticker on the back of the DVD Sleave. If you cannot find it, please contact the Corel Customer Service (http://www.corel.com/contactus) with your proof of purchase information.

As a side note, the box itself is part of the proof of purchase normally... you will therefore most certainly be asked for a reciept or invoice that proves you purchased CorelDRAW legally... you would be amazed by how many people try to get free serial numbers Cool

Using CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X7.1 with Premium Membership, CorelDRAW Technical Suite X6 SP1 & CorelCAD 2014.5
on Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit  / Intel Core i7, 8 Gb RAM.

Yes, the purchase is legal. I bought it from the West Shore Community College bookstore in Michigan. I have the reciept for the purchase only. All it says is, SOFTWARE for the item of purchase. I hope this will be sufficient.

I guess your right on the serial number thing but I'm sure glad that there are provisions on getting the serial number from a legal purchase. Thanks for the help.

Please wrte the serial number for me. I've lost the documents of coreldraw graphic suite 12

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That's a good one, Abraham.
I don't think you can expect that kind of help here, at least I hope you can't.

If you really lost your document I think you should try to contact Corel directly, but unless you can prove you have a legal copy they probably can't help you.
Not sure they can anyway, CorelDraw 12 may be too old.

/Ronny

“The ability to think differently today from yesterday distinguishes the wise man from the stubborn”
John Steinbeck

Thanks for your advice Ronny. I will get another one. but how can i get them directly?

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Abraham Asare Duodu:
but how can i get them directly?
Serial numbers?
The only way should be to buy a legit copy of the software. It is usually printed on the DVD box or sleeve.

/Ronny

“The ability to think differently today from yesterday distinguishes the wise man from the stubborn”
John Steinbeck

Hi Gerard,

 

Maybe you could help me. I have a boxed set of CorelDraw Graph Suite X6 that my company bought for my role last year in July. 

I recently joined my company and saw this. I tried installing it today but it kept asking for a serial number, which I couldnt find anywhere.

I also have a photocopy of a licensing certificate from Corel, which mentions my company name, order number and product number. Is that the serial number?

Then there is also a sticker with a bar code and a number on the box...a rather long number with both alphabets and numbers along with the year it was ordered etc. is that the serial number?

Then there is a different number at the back of the box with a printed bar code (not sticker) and another longish number. Which one is the serial number?

Also, I keep reading that the cd sleeve should have the serial number but i never got a cd sleeve. My cd came in a paper sleeve attached inside the guidebook and has no writing or graphic on it whatsoever.

What do I do?

Hi Ronny...

Maybe you could help me. I have a boxed set of CorelDraw Graph Suite X6 that my company bought for my role last year in July. 

I recently joined my company and saw this. I tried installing it today but it kept asking for a serial number, which I couldnt find anywhere.

I also have a photocopy of a licensing certificate from Corel, which mentions my company name, order number and product number. Is that the serial number?

Then there is also a sticker with a bar code and a number on the box...a rather long number with both alphabets and numbers along with the year it was ordered etc. is that the serial number?

Then there is a different number at the back of the box with a printed bar code (not sticker) and another longish number. Which one is the serial number?

Also, I keep reading that the cd sleeve should have the serial number but i never got a cd sleeve. My cd came in a paper sleeve attached inside the guidebook and has no writing or graphic on it whatsoever.

What do I do?

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London UK

Bhavyat:
I also have a photocopy of a licensing certificate from Corel, which mentions my company name, order number and product number. Is that the serial number?

That sounds like you have a company licence rather than a retail version. I'm not sure if the company licence works the same way. In the retail version it is a number beginning DR16. But the licence version might be different.

 

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