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Old 09-08-2008, 12:15 PM
 
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Just trying to get a sense of which of the guides people have found most helpful for intermediate users hoping to improve their skills. I'm looking for a guide that covers Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop and Acrobat. The first two are the most important for me.

I see the Dummies series has one, and there's the Creative Suite Bible. Any particular recommendations? I'd like to keep the price below $40-50 if possible.

Many thanks.
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The online tutorials at Learning @ Your Own Pace® - lynda.com are very good. $25/month for as many as you care to use.
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Old 11-02-2008, 05:07 PM
 
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The online tutorials at Learning @ Your Own Pace® - lynda.com are very good. $25/month for as many as you care to use.
Bowie, this site has some good videos. I have my computer set to request permission for cookies and lynda.com has as many as 30 of them for one click.
Over 20 just to go to the FAQ page, one for each click on an answer. If I had allowed all the cookies on that site I'd have hundreds. I have a lot of problems on my old laptop from cookies. I don't feel I can trust a site that needs that many. There is no clicking on anything without cookies. ??? I tried sending an email to ask about it and just to send that it wanted to put 30 cookies on my pc.
They look good as far as the offerings but I'm jittery about all those cookies.
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