I am having so much trouble with Corel2018 with crashes and file save errors, that I am worried about losing access to important work And as such, I am considering switching back to Corel 2017 before I lose access completely. I had fewer issues with Corel2017 and fewer complaints.
But obviously, every file I have updated to 2018 has been resaved in 2018 format and will now not open in 2017.
So, can I save (in 2018) my files, to be compatible with an older Corel version like Corel2017?
If its an option within the general settings of the program, that would be the simplest way.
I have just not taken the time (yet) to look through the settings and options.
Because I save files a lot (during work, constantly opening and closing various files) its tedious to have to change the save setting. Corel gives you a prompt when saving to current version as dictated by the program version you are using, which is a helpful reminder...but you still have to do the manual save (to save to an earlier version).
Like I said, if C2108 keeps giving me headaches, I will go back to using 2017, which gave me less trouble. And that means I have to re-save all my files to the older version. Hopefully C2018 will not completely fail, and I will be able to use it for that purpose after I have reinstalled 2017.