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FreeHand 8 for Windows & Macintosh (Visual QuickStart Guide)
by Sandee Cohen
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0201696975, Paperback)The multitude of large screen shots and the careful step-by-step instruction in this Visual QuickStart Guide help elucidate the many tasks that newcomers to FreeHand 8 will need to undertake. The guide teaches you to create and customize pages; change views; work with guides, grids, and rulers; and then manage layers. You progress to learning necessary tasks such as drawing shapes; applying strokes; using the FreeHand pen and other drawing tools; working with points and paths; drawing with the Pen and Bezigon tools; moving, skewing, rotating, and otherwise transforming images; working with color; applying fills; and working with strokes, blends, text, text effects, styles, and path operations such as Joined and Intersect commands.
The last few chapters explain how to use Xtras, charts, and graphs and how to import and export images to and from other applications, such as Adobe Photoshop. You work with Web-safe colors, create Web images and animations, work with Shockwave Flash, and create Web pages using the insta.html Xtra. Finally, you learn how to print images and customize FreeHand's preferences. Appendices show you the elements of the FreeHand interface, keyboard shortcuts, and fills and strokes. --Kathleen Caster
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