Table of contents for Illustrator cs3 bible / Ted Alspach.


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Preface.
Acknowledgments.
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.
Index.


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