Adobe Creative Suite 2 Killer Tips Collection

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Peachpit Press, Mar 7, 2012 - Computers - 904 pages
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In today's economy, time is money. Creative Suite 2 Killer Tips is all about speed, showing users how to get more work done in less time. Through its tight integration with Adobe Photoshop CS2, Illustrator CS2, and InDesign CS2 software, the Creative Suite 2 helps readers unleash their Creativity in one unified design environment. This book is here to help increase productivity (and even quality) by providing shortcuts, tips, and little-known tricks that will surprise even the most experienced Creative Suite user. Built on the premise that "Speed Kills", readers will get faster at manipulating CS2 and have more time to be creative in their projects.


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Scott Kelby is the world s #1 best-selling author of photography technique books, as well as Editor and Publisher of the highly acclaimed Photoshop User magazine. He is co-host of the influential weekly photography talk show The Grid and he teaches digital photography workshops and seminars around the world. Scott is an award-winning author of over 60 books, including The Lightroom Book for Digital Photographers, The Digital Photography Book series, Professional Portrait Retouching Techniques for Photographers, and Light It, Shoot It, Retouch It. For more on Scott, visit his daily blog at

Scott Kelby is President of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) and is Editor-in-Chief of both Photoshop User magazine and Layers magazine. Scott serves as training director for the Adobe Photoshop Seminar Tour and is the technical chair of Photoshop World, the largest Photoshop gathering in the industry. Scott is the author of the best-selling Photoshop Book for Digital for Digital Photographers, The Digital Photography Book, and many other titles. Felix Nelson is the Creative Director of Photoshop User magazine, and is the Art Director at NAPP.

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