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Ok well, anyway...<br><br>Yeah, that is a good article, badly written perhaps, bud good. PDF has made my life at work a WHOLE lot easier. And as soon as all the morons at the university learns how to make one, it'll be cake.<br><br>Sorry for getting off topic. <br><br>
I love being able to use layered PSD files containing transparency, as well as native Illustrator files (which saves a ton of space on the HD). InDesign got my attention for this reason only. Not having to flatten photoshop files. It kept my attention for much more, but that's a well-covered topic.<br><br>PDF has made my life easier because most of my freelance clients are outside of Arizona, and at the office, jobs are always too much of a rush to bother burning CD and using FedEx.<br><br> What?<br>Visit My Web Site!
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Good article! I've done two projects in InDesign and I like it for it's ability to import PSD too. The HTML authoring software I use, [color:blue]Freeway</font color=blue>, just added PSD import too. Man, that is sweet!<br><br>I'm currently working a contract job and it would be a real mess without PDFs. I am the only Mac the rest are PCs. It has been the easiest solution for everybody to review, approve, etc. I'm finishing this contract in 2 weeks and my next job is at an all Mac shop...yessss!<br><br>And I'll stay out of the above conversation...I get enuff 'o dat at the other forum. <br><br><br><br>
PSD import in both FCP4 and DVDSP2...<br><br>With DVDSP2, supposedly you can import a PSD file with different menu button states on different layers, and then reveal the layers as you're creating the menu buttons...<br><br>Sweet!<br><br>
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