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FreeHand 7 for Macintosh (Visual QuickStart Guides) Paperback – 27 Dec 1996

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This is a fast, easy, and fun way to learn the complexities of Macromedia's FreeHand 7, the latest version of this enormously popular illustration program for the Macintosh. Instructions in the book are clear and concise and kept to a minimum, while pictures - hundreds of screenshots and dozens of striking illustrations created by professional artists and designers who work with FreeHand on a daily basis - do most of the talking.

Whether you're a beginning to advanced graphic designer or a fine artist who wants to transfer your skills to the computer, this book provides an ideal introduction to FreeHand 7, covering all the fundamentals, from startup to image creation, from manipulation to importing the finished product into page-layout programs. Plus it includes loads of useful tips.

About the Author

Sandee Cohen, a former advertising creative supervisor, has been teaching and training on the Macintosh for the past seven years. She teaches at the New School for Social Research Computer Instruction Center in New York City. She is also a contributing writer for several desktop publishing magazines. Her artwork has been used for book jacket covers, interior illustrations, maps, and technical illustrations.

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5.0 out of 5 stars The best way to learn FreeHand from the ground up 30 July 1997
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If you've never used FreeHand before, or if you're an Illustrator user looking to learn about FreeHand, this is the book you should get. Like most VQS's, it is geared to beginners and intermediate users. When I need to figure out how to *do* something, it's the first book I turn to. Sandee has also included many procedures for doing things that go beyond the scope of typical VQS's, such as an entire chapter covering the mammoth set of FreeHand preferences
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