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New photo painting software

 Corel Corporation today introduced Corel® Paint it!, a way to turn favorite photos into unique works of art.
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Corel Corporation today introduced Corel® Paint it!, a way to turn favorite photos into unique works of art. The program features art tools and painting presets that replicate their traditional counterparts, and an intuitive user interface.

Paint it! is available now through Coreland will be available shortly at selected retailers, for a suggested retail price of $39.99. For more information or to download a trial version of the product, visit



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