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Illustrator Cs3 Bibleby Ted Alspach
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< p> Adobe insider Ted Alspach helps you unlock the power of CS3< /p> < p> The new CS3 version of Illustrator is light years beyond previous versions, and whether you're a novice or veteran designer, you'll want to get quickly up to speed on this powerful new tool. With clear explanations and plenty of examples, Adobe insider Ted Alspach reveals the secrets on how to best use Illustrator CS3 for Web graphics, integrate it with the rest of the Creative Suite, work in 3D& #151; and above all, why it's such a radical step up from CS2. Tap the power of Illustrator CS3 for your projects with this in-depth guide from an industry expert. < p> < ul> < li> Use Live Color to get color options you never had before< /li> < li> < p> Integrate Illustrator CS3 seamlessly with Photoshop and Flash< /li> < li> < p> Quickly start new documents with preset profiles < /li> < li> < p> Work easily with transparency, fonts, styles, and effects< /li> < li> < p> Get more out of Illustrator with hundreds of tips and tricks< /li> < li> < p> Learn about scripting and Web graphics generation for online design< /li> < /ul> < p> Customize the Illustrator workspace < p> Generate color sets with Live Color < p> Create graphics for the Web
Illustrator is a powerful tool with the potential to intimidate, but in this comprehensive guide Adobe product manger Ted Alspach reveals the secrets so you can harness the amazing power of Illustrator. This new edition includes new chapters on exciting new Illustrator features. It also includes a special chapter on What's new in Illustrator. Part I on Illustrator Basics will introduce readers to the Illustrator interface and the ABCs of working with Illustrator documents. Part 2 on Putting Illustrator to Work shows readers how to manipulate type, distort artwork, and apply strokes and fills. Part 3 on Mastering Illustrator explains transparency, how to work in 3D and how to use styles, effects, and filters. Finally, Part 4 shows readers how to output their work.
Setting the pace for progress and innovation . . .
ADVANCES IN PHOTOCHEMISTRY
More than a simple survey of the current literature, Advances in Photochemistry offers critical evaluations written by internationally recognized experts. These pioneering scientists offer unique and varied points of view of the existing data. Their articles are challenging as well as provocative and are intended to stimulate discussion, promote further research, and encourage new developments in the field.
In this volume
Cis-Trans Photoisomerization of Stilbenes and Stilbene-Like Molecules Helmut Gorner and Hans Jochen Kuhn
AFM and STM in Photochemistry Including Photon Tunneling Gerd Kaupp
Photophysical and Photochemical Processes of Semiconductor Nanoclusters Ying Wang
The Question of Artificial Photosynthesis of Ammonia on Heterogeneous Catalysts Julian A. Davies, David L. Boucher, and Jimmie G. Edwards
Adobe insider Ted Alspach helps you unlock the power of CS3
The new CS3 version of Illustrator is light years beyond previous versions, and whether you're a novice or veteran designer, you'll want to get quickly up to speed on this powerful new tool. With clear explanations and plenty of examples, Adobe insider Ted Alspach reveals the secrets on how to best use Illustrator CS3 for Web graphics, integrate it with the rest of the Creative Suite, work in 3D—and above all, why it's such a radical step up from CS2. Tap the power of Illustrator CS3 for your projects with this in-depth guide from an industry expert.
Customize the Illustrator workspace
Generate color sets with Live Color
Create graphics for the Web
About the Author
Ted Alspach is the author of more than 30 books on graphics and publishing, including Illustrator For Dummies and previous editions of the Illustrator Bible. Ted spent eight years at Adobe on the Illustrator and Creative Suite product management teams, enabling him to provide a unique perspective on getting the most out of Adobe Illustrator CS3.
Table of Contents
Part I: Illustrator Basics.
What’s New in Illustrator CS3?
Understanding Illustrator’s Desktop.
Working with Illustrator Documents.
Understanding Drawing and Painting Techniques.
Creating Objects, Graphs, and Symbols.
Learning How to Select and Edit.
Understanding Color, Gradients, and Mesh.
Part II: Putting Illustrator to Work.
Using Illustrator to Organize Objects.
Working with Type.
Using Creative Strokes and Fills with Patterns.
Applying Transformations and Distortions.
Using Path Blends, Compound Paths, and Masks.
Using Live Trace.
Using Live Paint.
Part III: Mastering Illustrator.
Working with Graphic Styles, Filters, and Effects.
Creating 3-D in Illustrator.
Customizing and Automating Illustrator.
Part IV: Getting Art Out of Illustrator.
Understanding PostScript and Printing.
Creating Web Graphics.
Appendix: Shortcuts in Illustrator CS3.
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