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The Adobe Photoshop CS4 Dictionary: The A to Z desktop reference of Photoshop

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The Adobe Photoshop CS4 Dictionary: The A to Z desktop reference of Photoshop
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Author:Philip Andrews
Publisher:Focal Press
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When you first look at this book you may be a little confused over how the book actually works. But if you stick with it you'll find it's a really useful tool to have on your shelf.

The book's written in alphabetical order so you can easily find a particular technique or lesson.

Each topic has a summary which tells you where the feature can be found, what shortcuts work and which Photoshop has that feature. There's a colour tab system which will let you thumb-through the book quickly and with ease and special icons will identify points which are particularly important.

Before and after images show how the tools discussed are used and the major tools are featured in step-by-step tutorials which are found at the back of the book.

If you want to widen your Photoshop knowledge and are looking for a book that will give you detail in a smart and concise way then take a look at this book.

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