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Adobe InDesign: I Can’t Select the Guides

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on InDesign I find it difficult to work with somebody else’s files. I don’t know how they were set them up, and I have to figure that out before I can make modifications, or help a student use them effectively. Today’s issue was trying to figure out why I […]

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Adobe Illustrator: How to Crop a Photograph

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on Illustrator Are you looking for the Crop tool in Illustrator? Good luck with that—as of CC 2015, there is still no Crop tool. I’m not saying you can’t crop your artwork or photo, I’m just saying you’re looking for the wrong tool. Illustrator handles cropping via a mask, and […]

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Adobe Illustrator: How to Crop your Final Artwork

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on Illustrator Are you looking for the Crop tool in Illustrator? Good luck with that—as of CC 2015, there is still no Crop tool. I’m not saying you can’t crop your artwork or photo, I’m just saying you’re looking for the wrong tool. Illustrator handles cropping via a mask, and […]

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Adobe Acrobat X: Using Acrobat for Electronic Plan Review

by Barb Binder I had an opportunity last week to teach an Advanced Acrobat X class for one of the well-known ski towns in Colorado. The folks in my class were responsible for reviewing building plans from architects, engineers and even the untrained homeowner scribbling on a napkin to make sure that the plans adhered to […]

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Adobe Photoshop: Layer Comps

by Barb Binder To be able to use Photoshop successfully, even at an introductory level, you need to understand Layers. But what about Layer Comps? I’m always amazed by how many of my advanced Photoshop students look at me blankly when I ask if they are using Layer Comps. It’s got to be one of […]

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