MacDraw Pro

MacDraw Pro

An earlier Mac drawing program marketed by Apple's Claris subsidiary in the early 1990s. It was an upgrade to the original MacDraw software from Apple and eventually became known as ClarisDraw. The vector-based application included zooming capability and color support and was especially prized for producing technical diagrams, floorplans and elementary CAD work. MacDraw files were a subset of the Claris CAD file format. See Claris.
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Just prior to his announcement, Monahan told E&P, "We feel that the development of MacDraw Pro is not what we needed.
It's easy to use, and because I've used MacDraw Pro, it was easy to pick it up on the PC side.
In addition, ClarisDraw is also popular in small business, home and education market segments, due to its ease-of-use, and MacDraw Pro history.
Other Claris applications include Easy Business Cards for Windows and Claris Organizer, Amazing Animation, MacWrite Pro, MacDraw Pro, MacPaint, and MacProject Pro for Macintosh.
0 for Macintosh and Power Macintosh, the upgrade to MacDraw II and MacDraw Pro, is picking up where the market-leading MacDraw family left off; strong in sales and garnering great customer feedback and rave reviews in leading trade publications.
Upgrades are strong and sales of new product are above run rates reached by the best-selling general drawing program for Macintosh, MacDraw Pro.