All-in-one solutions for creating and presenting illustrations seem like a very convenient concept, right? That's where Canvas shines!
Canvas 11 is a single cost-effective and integrated solution for the creation, enhancement, presentation, and sharing of technical illustrations and graphics.
As it is now, Canvas is priced at nearly $600 U.S. It's definitely understandable if you're feeling a little sticker shock looking at that price, especially is you're an independent user or only work with a small number of trusted people. If you can't afford the asking price for Canvas, however, there are many free alternatives to Canvas available.
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