software for drawing plays [sort of NSR]

Discussion in 'Coach' started by atlheel, Dec 5, 2004.

  1. atlheel

    atlheel New Member

    Nov 19, 2004
    Atlanta/Chapel Hill
    I work for a professor who coaches team handball at my school, and one thing I've been doing is transferring his hand-drawn plays to computer. Of course, all he has is Paintbrush, which is an extremely frustrating program to work with when you're doing anything but scribbling.

    Do any of you who do similar things for soccer drills know of inexpensive software (either sport-specific or just for drawing, nonanimated) that would do this more efficiently? Any help would be appreciated.

    DUTCHVIZ New Member

    Sep 19, 2002
    Springfield, VA
    I use Corel Draw 9 at BSMF. See example:

    and barely scratch the surface of its capabilities. Corel 10 is even better.

    Go to and check for sales or auctions. Also if you are ad educator you maybe entitled to a substantial discount with any program that you get, be sure to ask.

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