Videos tagged with Adobe CS


Adobe CS: Use the Bridge to connect to Photoshop Services

Adobe CS: Use the Bridge to connect to Photoshop Services

Posted in Graphics

Not only can the Adobe Bridge be used to browse and add metadata to your photos, but it can also be used to connect, or shall I say “bridge" your photos to the online Photoshop Services. With the Photoshop Services you can order prints, order books, cards and calendars as well as simply share your galleries online with your friends and colleagues. You can even sell your photos throug...

Tags: Photoshop, Design, Adobe, Adobe Bridge, Adobe CS



Adobe CS: Use the Acrobat Typewriter Tool on Forms

Adobe CS: Use the Acrobat Typewriter Tool on Forms

Posted in Graphics

OK, I love PDF forms and being able to fill them out right in Acrobat. However, unfortunately not everyone goes through the effort of making form fields on their forms. So rather than print the form out and fill it out by hand, use the Acrobat Typewriter Tool to click right onto the form and type right onto it without the need for form fields. In this Episode you’ll learn how.

Tags: Design, Adobe, Adobe CS, Acrobat



Adobe CS: Make the perfect 5x7, 8x10 or DV sized image

Adobe CS: Make the perfect 5x7, 8x10 or DV sized image

Posted in Graphics

Sometimes you need a photo to fit a certain size. Maybe you’re trying to print a perfect 5x7" or 8x10" photo that will go into a frame. Or maybe you need to make an image for a video that will be just the right size for DV. Photoshop has a variety of ways to accomplish this task. In this episode I’ll show you some of the easiest ways.

Tags: Photoshop, Design, Adobe, Adobe CS


Adobe CS: Learn to use InDesign tables

Adobe CS: Learn to use InDesign tables

Posted in Graphics

Now you can create really sophisticated tables in InDesign CS2. Your tables can contain text or graphics and best of all they can be created dynamically by importing tables from Microsoft Word or Excel. In this Episode you’ll see how to create tables from scratch as well as how to created them from Excel.

Tags: Design, Adobe, Excel, Adobe CS, InDesign, Word




Adobe CS: Making One PDF out of Several PDFs

Adobe CS: Making One PDF out of Several PDFs

Posted in Graphics

I get this question all the time. How can I take several PDFs, images and text files and make one PDF? I don’t want to send my client a bunch of small little attachments. I want to send them one PDF of the whole proposal. Well the good news is that using Acrobat 7 Professional’s new Organizer

Tags: Design, Adobe, Adobe CS, Acrobat


Adobe CS: Create fillable forms with Acrobat 7 Professional

Adobe CS: Create fillable forms with Acrobat 7 Professional

Posted in Graphics

In this Podcast you’ll see how to make a form using Adobe InDesign CS2 and then export it to Adobe PDF. After your form is in PDF you can actually create fields in Acrobat 7 Professional on top of your PDF enabling users to actually fill out the form right inside their web browsers with the Free Adobe Reader. If you have the Adobe Creative Suite 2 Premium, you have everything you need to ...

Tags: Design, Adobe, Adobe CS, InDesign, Acrobat


Adobe CS: Live Trace in Illustrator CS2 is Really Live

Adobe CS: Live Trace in Illustrator CS2 is Really Live

Posted in Graphics

Live Trace is the hot new automated tracing capability of Adobe Illustrator CS2. In this Podcast I will show you how to take a logo that was created in Photoshop CS2 and trace it using Live Trace. Because Live Traces are “Live" we’ll be able to tweak the settings to get better results. Then I’ll show how to use Live Paint to fill in the logo with the correct colors from t...

Tags: Design, Adobe, Adobe CS, Illustrator


Adobe CS: Create a Quicktime Slideshow in GoLive

Adobe CS: Create a Quicktime Slideshow in GoLive

Posted in Graphics

Adobe GoLive CS2 has a complete Quicktime editor built right in. In this episode I’ll show you how to use it to create a photo slideshow movie from scratch using some of your existing photos. After the movie is created you can add it to any of your pages and you can even have the movie point to different URLs as the movie plays.

Tags: Design, Adobe, Adobe CS, GoLive