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Looking for the solution to opening AppleWorks drawings- click this link EazyDraw Retro for support information. EazyDraw retro also runs on Tiger PPC processors.
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EazyDraw provides full support for macOS Sierra, macOS version 10.12.
EazyDraw runs on macOS High Sierra, Sierra, and El Capitan.
EazyDraw version 9.0.2 (Retro Version) runs on macOS 10.4.3 and newer including El Capitan. EazyDraw Retro is code signed.
EazyDraw Retro is needed for PICT, AppleWorks, ClarisDraw, MacDrawPro, MacDrawII and MacDraw support.
One purchase, all versions. Only one purchase of a version 8 license code allows use of all the above solutions. You will be able to use EazyDraw on all Mac computers, even if you have some on older or newer versions of the operating system.
All versions (except EazyDraw Retro) support for the new Touch Bar. The Touch Bar is a new user interface available starting with MacBookPro late 2016 model. EazyDraw’s Touch Bar tools are contextual, the presented tools relate to the front drawing window and the geometry of selected graphic(s). We have tried not to duplicate the functionality of the Attributes Bar, instead EazyDraw provides useful additional tool functionality. Per Apple Guidelines the Touch Bar augments and does not replace the common keyboard short-cuts.
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You may get more immediate assistance by posing your question to EazyDraw's integrated Help system. This is found on the Help Menu of EazyDraw (right-most main menu). You will see a search phrase text field at the top right of the Help browser window; enter your question here.
The EazyDraw Additions Pack has over 40 video tutorials. This is the best way to learn vector drawing techniques, gain a deeper understanding of macOS user interface conventions, and master EazyDraw. The Video Tutorials page has more details and a synopsis / study guide so you can quickly assess if this might be a valuable resource for your situation.
Classic Drawing Files: AppleWorks and older
App Store versions of EazyDraw do not support AppleWorks drawings. You must use EazyDraw Retro (it is based on older pre-app-store technology) from this web site. See the download button below.