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Macromedia FreeHand MX 11


Macromedia FreeHand MX 11 is a vector graphics editor software application that was originally developed by Altsys, then Macromedia, and eventually acquired by Adobe Systems, which is now discontinued. It was used to create illustrations, logos, and other graphics. FreeHand was popular among graphic designers, illustrators, and desktop publishers for its ease of use and powerful features.

Key Features of FreeHand MX 11:

Vector Graphics Editing: FreeHand MX allowed users to create and edit vector graphics, which can be scaled to any size without losing quality.

Illustration Tools: It offered a range of tools for creating illustrations, including drawing tools, shape tools, and path editing tools.

Text Tools: Users could add and edit text in their designs, with support for formatting options such as fonts, sizes, and styles.

Layer Support: FreeHand MX supported layers, allowing users to organize their designs and work with different elements separately.

Export Options: It offered various export options, allowing users to save their designs in different file formats for use in other applications or for printing.

Integration: FreeHand MX integrated well with other Adobe products, such as Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.

Customizable Interface: Users could customize the interface to suit their workflow and preferences.

Cross-Platform: FreeHand MX was available for both Windows and Mac operating systems.

Although FreeHand MX 11 is no longer actively developed or supported, it remains a popular choice for users who prefer its workflow and features over other vector graphics software