What Is a CDR File Format?


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A CDR file format refers either to a file associated with products created by Corel Corporation or a disc image created on a Macintosh. A Corel CDR file contains vector graphic drawings, and it is generated by software that is part of the company's suite of desktop publishing programs.

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When a DVD or CD image file is created on a Macintosh, the file often possesses a CDR format. In this case, the file is essentially a copy of the CD's files and functionality. Yet another CDR file format is seen in crash data retrieval files associated with the Bosch crash data retrieval system.

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