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Adobe Acrobat 9 How-To #94: Handling Form Returns
By Donna L. Baker
Oct 27, 2008
Donna L. Baker shows how to use the portfolio features in Adobe Acrobat 9 to keep form returns organized and find the specific results you need.
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Adobe Acrobat 9 How-To #99: Editing in Adobe 3D Reviewer
By Donna L. Baker
Oct 22, 2008
Adobe 3D Reviewer is a separate application that's installed with Acrobat Pro Extended. In this How-To, Donna L. Baker describes some of the uses of Adobe 3D Reviewer for working with 3D files.
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Adobe Acrobat X Classroom in a Book: About PDF Portfolios
By Adobe Creative Team
Jan 5, 2011
In Acrobat X Pro, you can assemble multiple files into an integrated PDF Portfolio. This lesson shows you how.
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Adobe Acrobat X Classroom in a Book: Actions
By Adobe Creative Team
Jan 11, 2011
Learn how to run an action in Acrobat Pro, create an action, create an instruction step for an action, set options in steps so the user doesn’t need to provide input, prompt the user for input on specific steps, and share an action.
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Adobe Acrobat X Classroom in a Book: The Document Review Process
By Adobe Creative Team
Jan 5, 2011
This lesson shows you multiple ways to use Acrobat in a document review process, how to annotate a PDF file with the Acrobat commenting and markup tools, view, reply to, search, and summarize document comments, initiate a shared review and initiate live collaboration.
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Adobe After Effects CS4: Optimize the Pipeline
By Mark Christiansen
Apr 9, 2009
This chapter examines how image data flows through an After Effects project in detail. That may not sound gripping until you realize how much your creativity is hampered by remaining ignorant of this stuff.
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Adobe After Effects CS6 Studio Techniques for Editors: Approachable VFX for Non-Specialists
By Mark Christiansen
Nov 1, 2012
Too often, editors are afraid of using After Effects, because they don't aim for the more manageable and appropriate things you can do in AE. Mark Christiansen, author of Adobe After Effects CS6 Visual Effects and Compositing Studio Techniques, shows how powerful After Effects can be when you use it to handle even commonplace tasks.
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Adobe Analytics with SiteCatalyst: Acquisition Analytics
By Vidya Subramanian
Jun 26, 2013
In this lesson, you’ll learn to analyze acquisition data. This will be particularly helpful if you’re an analyst who’s optimizing landing pages or a marketer who’s trying to determine which geographical location to focus your marketing efforts on.
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Adobe Business Catalyst: Building Web Forms to Gather Visitor Data
By Tommi West, John Ulliman
Oct 18, 2011
In this chapter, you'll take a look at how the Business Catalyst Platform gathers information submitted by visitors and stores it in the database. This is a powerful component of the online business, because the data obtained by interested visitors can be used in a variety of ways.
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Adobe ColdFusion 10 and SOAP-based Web Services
By Ben Forta
Apr 1, 2013
A web service is a web-based application or a network-accessible interface that can communicate and exchange data with other such applications over the Internet without regard for application, platform, syntax, or architecture. ColdFusion supports most of the messaging frameworks and protocols required to effectively communicate with different platforms, and web services are no exception.This chapter focuses primarily on using ColdFusion 10 with SOAP-based web services.
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Adobe ColdFusion 9 Web Application Construction Kit, Volume 2: ColdFusion Server Configuration
By Ben Forta
Aug 11, 2010
This chapter will walk you through each part of the ColdFusion Administrator, explaining important settings and making recommendations along the way.
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Adobe Creative Suite 5 Design Premium How-Tos: Working with Illustrator
By Scott Citron, Patrick E. Murphy
Feb 16, 2011
Whatever task you throw at Illustrator, or whatever your particular artwork needs are, there are a multitude of features that help you explore creatively, work efficiently, and publish reliably.
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Adobe Creative Suite 5 Web Premium How-Tos: Collecting Data in Forms
By David Karlins
Sep 20, 2010
This chapter explains how to design two kinds of forms: forms that manage data in the browser (client-side) and forms that connect to scripts at a server (server-side).
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Adobe Digital Imaging How-to #54: Using Mini Bridge in Adobe Photoshop CS5
By Dan Moughamian
Nov 23, 2010
It can be inefficient to frequently switch back and forth between Photoshop and Bridge to find the files you need. This drawback has been resolved in Photoshop CS5 with the new Mini Bridge panel. Dan Moughamian shows you how to use it.
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Adobe Digital Imaging How-to #52: Simplifying the Menus in Photoshop CS5
By Dan Moughamian
Nov 9, 2010
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Adobe Digital Imaging How-to #53: Custom Keyboard Shortcuts in Photoshop CS5
By Dan Moughamian
Nov 16, 2010
In this excerpt from his book, Dan Moughamian shows you how to customize keyboard shortcuts in Adobe Photoshop CS5, including customizing shortcuts for the main menu and customizing Tools panel shortcuts.
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Adobe Digital Imaging How-to #55: Using Live Preview Rotation
By Dan Moughamian
Nov 30, 2010
Dan Moughamian talks about his favorite uses of the Rotate View tool in Photoshop CS5.
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Adobe Digital Imaging How-to #56: Pan & Zoom Techniques
By Dan Moughamian
Dec 7, 2010
Dan Moughamian shows you how to work with the Hand tool and the Zoom tool with the new Scrubby Zoom option in Adobe Photoshop CS5.
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Adobe Digital Imaging How-to #57: Using the HUD Color Pickers in Adobe Photoshop CS5
By Dan Moughamian
Dec 16, 2010
Photoshop CS5 has two new HUD (or Heads Up Display) color pickers that enable you to choose colors on the fly, rather than having to visually target and click on the small color wells in the Tools panel.
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Adobe Digital Imaging How-Tos: Comparing Similar Photos
By Dan Moughamian
Dec 9, 2010
Lightroom excels at comparing photos with similar composition and exposure values, side by side, in order to determine which shot has the best detail and color, and it's arguably the most important part of working in the Library module. Dan Moughamian shows you how to compare similar photos in Lightroom 3.

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