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I've been an Adobe Certified Expert for approximately 9 years as of this writing. If working a 9 to 5 employment position, the certification isn't going to be of any great benefit. In fact, as an employee there's practically zero benefit to any Adobe certification other than merely continued education for self fulfillment. Your employer may be able to ...


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This was a misunderstanding (and it hasn't been corrected in the first google search result, which confuses people even more). The links were only for those who had purchased CS2 and needed to re-install CS2 now that the registration servers are offline. Adobe is terminating the activation servers for CS2 and that for existing licensed users of CS2 who ...


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It's important if you tend to do a lot of contract-based production work. Lots of IT/GD staffing agencies will want these types of certifications for filling production artist positions. Beyond that, though, unless you want to do it for your own personal reasons, it's not going to net you any real benefits. Bottom line, it's important if you lean (or want ...


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Tiny market. Tiny markets don't make Adobe's priority list. Just like bug fixes that most people won't notice doesn't register with them either. There would also be a lot of additional code to make that happen. Since very few people need it, the program would just be bogged down by it. I'm a big fan of the concept, though. I'd love to see FontLab implement ...


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Here is a list of ABOBE PRODUCT simply click the desire product and select from the list below. They have free, open-source, and commercial for linux windows Mac BSD iphone the site has alternatives for many commercial softwares that will cost you nothing more that an afternoon of learning their product. Most do not provide collections, but they usually ...


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Ebooks... epub format... are essentially self-contained web sites. The structure within the epub file is very, very similar to a web site's structure. To this end, if you can do something on the web you could create something similar with indesign by exporting to epub format then editing the epub further if needed. However, PDF documents aren't constructed ...


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If you buy CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6 you will get: Corel Draw X6 (Alternative for illustrator) Corel Photo-Paint X6 (Alternative for Photoshop) Corel PowerTrace X6 (Tracing utility) Corel Connect Corel Capture X6 ( a screen capture utility ) Corel Website Creator X6 ( Code-free website creation, so no alternative for dreamweaver) More info : ...


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Simple answer: no. A .pdf is different than a .epub per the title of this question. However both can be viewed in many e-readers. Furthermore, interactivity is based on device requirements. Also, you posted a video to Wire's app and not an epub. There are limitations to ebooks compared to apps when interactivity is wanted. This is why many offer apps ...


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I don't think Illustrator necessarily is the flavor of choice for type design. With several dedicated products for this on the market, I think those that do type design for a living tend to work within those apps. Glyphs seems to be a popular one these days.


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Select the object you want to transfer the color to, then click the i key on your keyboard to access the eyedropper tool. Now click with the eyedropper tool on the object you want to copy the color from.


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Are your objects grouped when you copy and paste them? I've been able to replicate the behaviour you've found. For some strange reason, I've found copying groups brings in that single pixel line. Grouped: Ungrouped:


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You get the same version of CC as the non-student deal and as far as this deal expiring, Adobe have been running it for quite a while now, so I would assume you should have a little while longer to make up your mind, but you never know. As mentioned, though, a question much better suited for the Adobe forums.


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Your printer is not configured correctly, the problem is that your printer is configured to always deal with the color management (you need to change the conversion to automatic). When you print from preview, the preview/PDF reader applies a color conversion before printing*, it sends the file to the printer and the printer makes another color conversion, ...


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Fundamentally this just isn't how Illustrator, or vector applications in general, operate. Think of vector artwork as pieces of construction paper. You can't simply erase part of a piece of paper. You have to cut it then remove the cut section. This is how you would remove part of an object or group of objects in Illustrator. Features such as the Pathfinder ...


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If my similar experience with CS4 is true for CS5.5 as well, then you are out of luck. You decide the language the software is in when you buy it, and you can't switch around.


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Turns out the order of the copied text in the PDF is the same as the order in which the text layers were created in Photoshop. Solution: Create a copy of the Photoshop file. Delete the text layers from the new file. Copy the text layers one by one from the old file into the new file, in the correct order. Now if you export to PDF and copy the text from ...


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Here's what I use. There are many other options as well. Note that I run these on OSX for the most part. Adobe's Photoshop -> Pixelmator Pixelmator is the closest I've gotten to the full 'Photoshop' set of tools. It's still lacking in areas, though. It can open PSD files but note that it can't fully understand the new features in later versions (such as ...


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This question has essentially been asked before here and here. Nonetheless, I'll take the opportunity to expand on the issue. It won't be exactly the same effect but... Illustrator's Live Trace will allow you to enlarge to your hearts content. Disclaimer: Depending on the photo, producing a nice photographic effect with Live Trace can result in a very ...


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It is to be expected. The nature of digital data is that there is only so much data there. For images this means you only have the pixels that are there available. If you scale up these pixels will be scaled as well and it will at a certain level look pixelated. There are techniques to compensate for some of this, such as interpolation. There are also ...



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