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.CDRAPP File Extension

File TypeCorelDRAW.app Image File

DeveloperCorel
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CategoryVector Image Files
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What is a CDRAPP file?

A CDRAPP file is a drawing (or vector image) created by CorelDRAW.app, an online vector illustration and page layout program. It is a Zip-compressed archive that contains information about a drawing, which such as the text, lines, shapes, colors, and effects in the image. CDR files are used to create various types of documents, such as presentations, cards, Facebook posts, blog graphics, and posters.

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Screenshot of a .cdrapp file in CorelDRAW.app

CDRAPP file open in CorelDRAW.app

The CDRAPP file type was introduced with the release of CorelDRAW.app and CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2019. CorelDRAW.app is the online version of CorelDRAW and the CDRAPP file is similar to the .CDR file type. CorelDRAW.app allows Corel users to create, edit, and save their drawings anywhere they have an Internet connection and a web browser. However, users must have a Corel account in order to use the web app.

To open a CDRAPP, follow these steps:

  1. Open CorelDRAW.app in a web browser.
  2. Select File → Open file....
  3. Navigate to the location of the CDRAPP file on your computer and click Open to upload the file from your computer.

To create a CDRAPP, follow these steps:

  1. Open CorelDRAW.app in a web browser.
  2. Select File → New design... and choose a design or click Create.
  3. Edit your design, select File → Save, choose the CDRAPP file format, abd click Save or Download CDRAPP to download the CDRAPP file to your computer.
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Updated 5/10/2019

About CDRAPP Files

Our goal is to help you understand what a file with a *.cdrapp suffix is and how to open it.

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