Table of contents for Photoshop(r) cs for dummies(r) / Deke McClelland, Phyllis Davis.

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Part I: Getting the Basics Down. 
Chapter 1: Introducing the Two Faces of Photoshop. 
Chapter 2: Getting to Know the Interface. 
Chapter 3: Using Photoshop for the First Time. 
Part II: The Care and Feeding of Pixels. 
Chapter 4: Sizing and Resizing Images. 
Chapter 5: Introducing Color. 
Chapter 6: Going to Hard Copy. 
Part III: Selections and Layers. 
Chapter 7: Making Selections. 
Chapter 8: Working with Layers. 
Part IV: Basic Editing. 
Chapter 9: Adjusting Color and Tone. 
Chapter 10: Creating Composite Images. 
Chapter 11: Using Filters. 
Part V: Using Your Virtual Paintbrush. 
Chapter 12: Painting 101. 
Chapter 13: Coloring inside the Lines. 
Chapter 14: Changing History and Erasing Pixels. 
Part VI: Heavy-Duty Photoshop. 
Chapter 15: Using Masks and Channels. 
Chapter 16: Using Paths and Shapes. 
Chapter 17: Adding and Manipulating Type. 
Part VII: Photoshop for Webbies. 
Chapter 18: Spinning Graphics for the Web. 
Chapter 19: Slicing and Dicing Images. 
Part VIII: The Part of Tens. 
Chapter 20: Ten (Or So) Filters You Can Use to Create Fast Effects. 
Chapter 21: Ten Things to Do with Your Photoshop Masterpiece. 

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