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Month: June 2012

Adobe Photoshop: How Photoshop Indicates a Selection

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on Photoshop Selections in Photoshop. Can’t live with them. Can’t live without them. As an instructor, they represent the single most important feature in Photoshop to effectively communicate to my students in my Introduction to Adobe Photoshop class, because if they a.) can’t make a good selection, and b.) understand how Photoshop […]

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Adobe Illustrator CS6: What’s New?

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on Illustrator First of all, let’s begin by wishing Adobe Illustrator a hearty Happy 25th Birthday! Where did the time go? Despite the appearance of several worthy competitors over the past 25 years, Illustrator has emerged as (some would argue “remained”) the premier illustration tool for professional illustrators. What could the Adobe engineers have possibly added […]

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Adobe Illustrator: Adding Annotations Inside a Box

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on Adobe Illustrator A lot of our students are technical communicators and the question of the “best” way to annotate graphics comes up frequently in class. I’m really not sure there is a definitive answer to this question, but I prefer to add the annotations directly to the graphics in […]

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