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Ask a CS Pro | Illustrator | Rufus Deuchler

We are holding an Ask a CS Pro session tomorrow with CS Evangelist Rufus Deuchler which will focus on the Appearance Panel in Illustrator CS5.

Join us tomorrow from 12p.m. – 1p.m. Pacific Time, for the next Ask A CS Pro session on Adobe Illustrator.  Rufus Deuchler is this week’s host and he will be focusing on what he defines as the “coolest feature” in Illustrator: the Appearance Panel.  For more information visit the event invitation: http://on.fb.me/AskACSPro16_fb. Looking forward to seeing you there!

A little before  12 pm Pacific time, click on the following link and Adobe Connect will take over: http://my.adobe.acrobat.com/askcspro

About Rufus

As Senior Worldwide Design Evangelist at Adobe Systems with an affinity for creative technology, Rufus Deuchler has established himself as a leader in a very specialized arena. With experience as a corporate and editorial designer, he brings more than 15 years of hands-on experience using Adobe Creative Suite applications to the creative table. Rufus adds another dimension to the arena by delivering comprehensive training programs to audiences large and small across the globe, and also contributes time as a teacher for graphic design students. And, he’s an expert in creative workflows based on Adobe solutions. Based in Italy, Rufus enjoys traveling the world to further his mission as a software evangelist.

For more information on Rufus and for links to his blog, please visit:http://flavors.me/rufus

 

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Getting Started Making eBooks with InDesign

Rufus Deuchler helps you leverage your existing InDesign knowledge to quickly gain a foothold in the rapidly expanding world of eBooks. First you’ll learn how to set up an InDesign document that can be smoothly and accurately exported to the EPUB format used by the Kindle and other eBook readers. Then you’ll get simple, nuts-and-bolts advice on working with images, hyperlinks, metadata, and more, as well as tips on how to avoid potential pitfalls. Before you know it, you’ll be ready to create and publish your first eBook!

A few sample episodes are available at the following hyperlinks.

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