I received some corel draw files, and need to open them, preferably in illustrator. But anything from the Adobe suit will do. There are a few websites that convert files, but I have close to 200 hundred files and the website doesn't handle that quantity. i think, you better ask your supplier to export the files in PDF [high quality print] file format and send back only PDF file to you. with PDF you can easily open and edit the files in illustrator or any Adobe programs. without loosing any details from from original files. Illustrator allowed me to open it just fine. It [your file] may be bad (corrupt through email, or something to that effect). Forgot to mention that I just drug that file from my downloads to my dock. So you could potentially open quite a few at a time to process them. 'UniConvetor is used in Inkscape and Scribus projects as external tool for CorelDraw files importing. ' I like to use online convert website, good for vidoes too. there's no email or registering either. this should work for your CDR file, justs coverts it to EPS online coverter Thank you for your interest in this question. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Source.