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Adobe Illustrator CS2, Introduction to : [4]

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Adobe Illustrator CS2 is a vector-based image program that enables the creation of resolution-independent vector graphics made of lines and curves defined by mathematical objects called vectors. This is in contrast to raster-based applications such as Photoshop, which create images using pixels. Vector graphics are the best choice for type and bold graphics that must retain crisp lines when scaled to various sizes. This tutorial covers the Illustrator interface, understanding paths and anchor points, creating curved paths, and making text around pictures. This collection contains files associated with the tutorial, including web pages, images, videos, and copyright documentation.

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