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Photoshop CS2 Gone Wild by Sherry London
Photoshop CS2 Gone Wild by Sherry London
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This book is continuation of "Gone Wild" series. As distinct from "Illustrator CS2 Gone Wild", this book have more interesting tutorials (bigger book - more tutorials) and also CD, where you can find all files for this book and follow every step of tutorials.

From my side I would also like to say that this book is very interesting in that way, that it gives you a look at very unusual tutorials and designs. What I mean by unusual? Let's say that at the end of 19th century nobody understood paintings of Kazimir Malevich. And misunderstanding with this book is related to that fact (I guess) that many people think that all information is too easy or not interesting. But try to do it… Read more
Adobe Flash CS3 Professional Bible by Robert Reinhardt
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, this is really happened and we upgraded from version 8 to CS3. This time Flash changed not only version, but also an owner and now Bible with all reserved rights calls "Adobe Flash CS3 Bible". This is the first one, but I'm sure not the last one. This Bible goes with CD where you can find "original Flash project files with ActionScript code for example in the book, along with custom components for image loading and effects".

I want to say that I have this book because of couple reasons. First of all, I buy Bibles from year 2000 or 2001 and yet was never disappointed. All information was there, when I need it.
Second reason is that I believe that… Read more
Master Visually Microsoft Windows Vista by Rob Tidrow
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
To tell the truth, my first acquaintance with Vista was couple of month ago when I bought a new laptop and I can definitely say that Vista interface variates very much from XP.

This book helped me to feel myself in Vista like at home and to see that Vista has a lot to offer to people new to this operating system.

"Microsoft Windows Vista: Master Visually" is really a book "How to". It will be very useful to people who like to use all build-in Microsoft programs like Media Player, DVD/CD burner, MS Outlook, IE explorer, Movie Maker, Photo Gallery etc. This list can be very long, because with every new version of operating system, Microsoft offers more and more new… Read more