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Adobe Illustrator: Clipping Masks

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on Illustrator I’d wager that many of you will learn all you need to know about masking (aka cropping) in Illustrator in these two past Rocky Mountain Training posts: Adobe Illustrator: How to Crop your Final Artwork Adobe Illustrator: How to Crop a Photograph But, there are a few more variations […]

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Acrobat 9: Crop Anyone?

by David Mankin It’s a good bet that you’ve used a crop tool in a variety of software applications for many years. The crop tools have typically looked the same, regardless of the program. You’ve probably come to expect that the cropping process is a rectangular trimming of an area. Fair enough… unless you’re working […]

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Adobe Photoshop CS4: Crop and Straighten

By Barb Binder Are you digitizing your paper photographs to preserve them for the future? If not, you should be thinking about it, because our priceless paper photographs are fading and yellowing even as you read this article. Here’s a quick tip on scanning multiple images into Photoshop: Place several of your photos on your […]

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Adobe Photoshop CS4: Cropping Tips

By Barb Binder It seems like most Photoshop users, even when they don’t know how to do anything else with the software, know how crop photos. It’s pretty easy: when you want to remove pixels from along the edge of a photo, you grab the Crop tool from the Toolbox, draw a crop box, tug […]

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