I decided to try Corel Draw and found it to be allot of work. I don't really see the benefit. The tools in Photo/Paint are much better, and you have more access to the scanner.
Indeed the understanding of a vector based application like DRAW vs a pixel based one like PAINT, is more tedious out of no doubt. The purposes of each solution are relatively different.The scanner import...Please, I do not want to sound condescending, but why is it so important?Having access to the scanner through CorelDRAW or PhotoPAINT, only opens the scanner's own application that imports the image directly CDRAW or PPAINT.If you simply open the scanner's application, it usually creates a file in the format of your choosing. Then you can import your file using the import command in DRAW just like any other imported image.
I always scan into Photoshop so I can correct and/or adjust the image and make it the exact size I need. Then depending on the project I may import it into Draw to complete a layout or optimize for the web in PS.
Yes you an scan into Draw and in Draw open PP and do the same. I prefer the workflow i use.
Yes...I see that. I've been using the import tool...there is always a better way...after the fact.