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Working with Objects in Adobe Illustrator CC
By Steve Johnson, . Perspection Inc.
Aug 28, 2013
This chapter explains how to create objects and the many ways of working with them in Adobe Illustrator CC.
Customizing the Way You Work in Adobe Photoshop CC
By Steve Johnson, . Perspection Inc.
Aug 26, 2013
This chapter shows you how to change Photoshop's Preferences settings, which can help you both tailor the program to your specific design style as well as configure its use of system resources.
Working with Objects in Adobe Illustrator CS6
By Steve Johnson, . Perspection Inc.
Sep 5, 2012
Geared for Illustrator novices, this chapter explains the many ways you can create, modify, and work with all types of objects in Illustrator CS6.
DIY Desktop Calendar with Microsoft Publisher 2010
By JoAnn Paules
Jun 28, 2010
Microsoft Publisher was designed to give you the tools you need to create your own beautiful desktop calendar. Using clip art or your own photo, you can easily create a stunning desktop wallpaper calendar.
FileMaker 9's Custom Function Primer
By Bob Bowers, Steve Lane, Scott Love
Aug 31, 2007
Learn the basics of one of the most powerful features in FileMaker.
Working with Web Pages in Expression Web
By Perspection Inc., Steve Johnson
Apr 20, 2007
In this sample chapter, you'll learn how to create an HTML or ASP.NET page; navigate, manage, change, print, and preview Web pages; use a dynamic page template; animate page transitions, and more using Microsoft Expression Web.
Publishing a Web Site In Microsoft Expression Web
By Jim Cheshire
Apr 13, 2007
In this sample chapter, you'll learn what it means to publish a Web site using Microsoft Expression Web, server options for publishing, how to publish content, and how to troubleshoot your site after you've published it.
Working with Web Pages
Apr 2, 2007
Publishing a Web Site
Jan 8, 2007
Editing Text with Microsoft Word
By Heidi Steele
Aug 11, 2006
Word-processing programs would be only be a slight improvement over typewriters if we couldn't use them to revise text. Indeed, the most valuable aspect of using Word is that you can quickly and painlessly edit text you've already typed. The skills you in this chapter—selecting (highlighting) text, deleting text, cutting and pasting text, undoing actions, and so on—form the foundation of everything else you'll do in Word.
Type and Typography in Photoshop
By Peter Bauer, Jeff Foster
Apr 25, 2003
Would you like an easier way of making attractive text in Photoshop? Spice up your text and explore type tools, type palettes, commands, and fonts.