Help pages are included in the download App bundle. Or access EazyDraw Help Pages online. If you are considering EazyDraw, this is good way to explore the user interface. There are just over 400 Help pages and the illustrations were recently updated to Monterey.
Send email to "support" at EazyDraw.com. Mention if your hardware is iPhone, iPad or Mac. It helps to let the support team know your version of the operating system and EazyDraw.
Looking for the solution to opening Intaglio drawings. No problem. The current version of EazyDraw opens SVG drawings saved from Intaglio. SVG is vector exchange format. The imported results are fully editable vector content - continue working just as if you were running Intaglio.
Looking for the solution to opening AppleWorks drawings- click this link EazyDraw Retro for support information. EazyDraw retro runs on PPC processors.
Support requests are usually answered within a few hours. If you don't receive a reply within 12 hours, check your junk mail.
If more urgent assistance is required, call our hot line at +1 608.444.5245, this is a US call to the state of Wisconsin. Support is free but no toll free number is available.
macOS Monterey, iOS 14, and iPadOS 14
EazyDraw provides full support for macOS Monterey, iOS 14, and iPadOS. EazyDraw is signed and Apple notarized.
EazyDraw runs on macOS High Sierra, Mojave, Catalina, Big Sur, and Monterey. Mobile EazyDraw supports iOS 12, iOS 13, and iPadOS. EazyDraw 10 is a universal 2 app, runs native on Apple Silicon (ARM64) and Intel (Intel64). EazyDraw has been a 64 bit App since introduction over 10 years ago.
EazyDraw version 10.0.1 (Retro Version) runs on macOS 10.4.11 and newer to Mojave, but not Catalina, Big Sur or Monterey versions of macOS. EazyDraw Retro is code signed.
EazyDraw Retro is needed for PICT, AppleWorks, ClarisDraw, MacDrawPro, MacDrawII and MacDraw support.
Only one purchase needed, EazyDraw for macOS. EazyDraw for iOS and iPadOS is free. One macOS purchase provides EazyDraw and EazyDraw retro for all your macs, use the same license code for both versions on all your macOS systems. Mobile download from the App Store provides EazyDraw at no charge for all your iPhones and iPads. Visit the App Store using your iPhone and / or iPad, search for EazyDraw (remember that is with a z). Download to the iPhone or iPad.
Use the new Catalina Finder, Hand Off, or iCloud to move drawings and graphic elements between your Mac and Apple mobile devices.
All versions (except EazyDraw Retro) support MacBookPro Touch Bar. 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.
Try EazyDraw Help … or … Get the videos
EazyDraw 10 upgrade includes a full re-master of the EazyDraw Help book. This documentation has all new illustrations with amazing retina image resolution, contemporary typeface text, P3 colors. A stunning searchable and richly cross referenced help book at your fingertips.
Get immediate assistance by posing your question to the EazyDraw integrated Help book (access from the Help menu - of course). The search phrase text field is found 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.