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Adobe CS3 training DVD
Ralf Jurrien : April 6th 2007 - 16:53 CET
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AdobeAdobe CS3 training DVD : Total Training announced five new DVD-ROM based training series: Total Training for Adobe Photoshop CS3 Extended: Essentials, Total Training for Adobe Illustrator CS3: Essentials, Total Training for Adobe Flash CS3 Professional: Essentials, Total Training for Adobe InDesign CS3: Essentials, and Total Training for Adobe Dreamweaver CS3: Essentials. The Creative Suite 3 training series offers a visual learning experience, hosted by Total Training's industry experts on Adobe products. These pros draw from their real-world experiences so that viewers learn the right way, the first time. Total Training's custom graphic interface creates a sense as if one is peering over the shoulder of a specialist.
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Each video tutorial is filled with useful tricks of the trade to help viewers further discover the software's extensive capabilities. "Adobe Creative Suite 3 is the biggest launch in Adobe's history," said Caleb Belohlavek, director of product management for Adobe's Creative Solutions. "Training is vital to the success of this release so we're excited that Total Training will be releasing their exceptional in-depth video training content across these products to help customers quickly get up to speed and make the best use of Adobe Creative Suite 3."

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Total Training, Inc., with offices in California and New York, is a pioneer in innovative video-based training for leading software applications. The full product line offers comprehensive lessons and tutorials on creative design, web design, digital video, digital photography, and office productivity programs. Total Training is best known for its superior product quality and entertaining content for learning popular software programs published by Adobe Systems, Apple, and Microsoft.

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