Draw gives you the tools to communicate with graphics and diagrams. With a maximum page size of 300cm by 300cm, Draw can be used as a tool for technical or general posters, etc.
'Park' - Single-click access of most commonly used drawing tools.
Use Styles and Formatting - to put all your graphics styles at your finger tips.
Manipulate objects - rotate in two or three dimensions; the 3D controller allows you to create spheres, rings, cubes, etc.
Arrange objects - group, ungroup, regroup, and edit objects while grouped. Sophisticated rendering lets you create photorealistic images with your own texture, lighting effects, transparency, perspective, and so on.
Smart connectors - make short work of flowcharts, organization charts, network diagrams, etc. Define your own 'glue points' for connectors to 'stick' to.
Dimension lines - automatically calculate and display linear dimensions as you draw.
Use the picture Gallery - for clipart; you can also create your own art and add it to the Gallery.
Save your graphics - in OpenDocument format, the new international standard for office documents. This XML based format means you're not tied into using Draw. You can access your graphics from any OpenDocument compliant software
Import graphics - from all common formats (including BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, and WMF).
Use Draw's free feature - to create Flash (.swf) versions of your work.
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