Adobe Creative Suite 3 Bundle Training Courses

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Special Bundle for Adobe Creative Suite 3 Training Courses – Get up to speed with Adobe Photoshop CS3, Illustrator CS3,…

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Special Bundle for Adobe Creative Suite 3 Training Courses

– Get up to speed with Adobe Photoshop CS3, Illustrator CS3, InDesign CS3 and Dreamweaver CS3 with these 4 CD set (exclusive offer)

– Learn from our certified instructor to put all of these software to work for you in no time!

– Advanced training features including bookmarking, hands-on lab, etc.

– Get certificate of completion to keep a record of your accomplishments.

– All-in-One bundle package in sturdy & beautiful retail box as shown on screen. Perfect for Gift!

Have you recently upgraded to Adobe Creative 3? Whether you’re a new or existing user, get a handle on the features and improvements found in CS3 through an innovative training program: the self-paced CS3 computer based training course.

This course uses a blend of instructor-led training sessions and computer based training technology to deliver a completely self-paced course directly to your desktop. The CS3 training videos (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Dreamweaver) give you the instruction you want without the need for attending live classes. Simply watch recorded videos and see the software in action.

Your investment in Creative Suite 3 cost you hundreds of dollars. Make sure you get the most out of that investment by learning how to use the software. The CS3 Design Premium training cd teaches you about each of the features and shows you how to use them. With knowledge and training, your creativity will flow. You’ll learn how you can use PhotoShop/Illustrator/InDesign/Dreamweaver CS3  to express yourself and fine tune your images and website.

Everything you need is included on the Adobe CS3 Design Premium training tutorial including videos, demonstrations, interactive content, printable courseware, and hands-on activities. With the self-paced CS3 CBT installed on your computer, you can learn the ins and outs of using PhotoShop, Illustrator, InDesign and Dreamweaver at your own pace.

While traditional classes are a good way to learn, you can’t beat the CS3 training videos and interactive courseware. The full motion videos have high production values. More importantly, they have the information and instruction that you value. Watch the videos and demos as often as you need in order to master each task.

The CS3 training cd-roms puts you in charge of your education. If you want to learn a specific feature of PhotoShop, Illustrator, InDesign or Dreamweaver, you can jump ahead to that section rather than waiting for the rest of the class to get to that point. You can also work at a pace that is best for you, either fast or slow. You can’t fall behind because you are the one calling the shots and deciding when and how fast to study.

This format is ideal for anyone who needs to learn how to use CS3 and wants the most control over their learning experience.

 

Training Level: Basic

Highlighted demo lessons can be viewed for free.

Table of contents

CD#1: Adobe Photoshop CS3 Basic

 

Lesson 1: Reviewing the Workspace

1.1 Reviewing What’s New

1.2 Browsing the Tools

1.3 Reviewing the Menus

1.4 Managing Windows

1.5 Configuring Preferences

Lesson 2: Getting Started

2.1 Opening an Image

2.2 Creating a New File

2.3 Opening Multiple Images

2.4 Including File Information

2.5 Review Selecting an Image Area Options

Lesson 3: Performing Photoshop Basics

3.1 Cropping an Image

3.2 Changing Color Modes and Transparency

3.3 Resizing an Image

3.4 Changing the Canvas

3.5 Using Undo, Step Forward and Step Backward

3.6 Using Zoom

3.7 Adding Text

Lesson 4: Making Adjustments

4.1 Using Auto Levels

4.2 Using Auto Color

4.3 Using Auto Contrast

4.4 Reviewing Variations

Lesson 5: Transforming Tools

5.1 Scaling Items

5.2 Rotating Items

5.3 Changing Skew and Distorting

5.4 Changing Perspective and Warping

Lesson 6: Saving and Printing

6.1 Saving a File

6.2 Saving for Web

6.3 Using Print Preview

6.4 Printing an Image

Lesson 7: Working with the Bridge

7.1 Overview of the Bridge

7.2 Managing Images with the Bridge

7.3 Previewing, Comparing, and Stacking

 

CD#2: Adobe Illustrator CS3 Basic

1.0 Reviewing the Workspace
1.1 Reviewing What’s New
1.2 Reviewing the Tool Bar
1.3 Browsing the Menus
1.4 Managing Windows
1.5 Configuring Preferences and Settings

2.0 Getting Started
2.1 Creating a New File
2.2 Opening a File
2.3 Placing a File
2.4 Including File Information
2.5 Editing Document Setup

3.0 Performing Ilustrator Basics
3.1 Using Rulers and Guides
3.2 Selecting Objects
3.3 Overview of Layers
3.4 Changing Views
3.5 Using Undo and Redo
3.6 Drawing a Line
3.7 Adding Text
3.8 Adding Color

4.0 Working with Shapes
4.1 Reviewing the Shape Tools
4.2 Creating Circles and Stars
4.3 Creating Rectangles and Polygons
4.4 Using Snapping and Aligning
4.5 Editing Shapes

5.0 Transforming Tools
5.1 Scaling and Shearing
5.2 Reflecting and Rotating
5.3 Using Scissors and Slicing
5.4 Arranging Items

6.0 Saving and Printing
6.1 Saving a File
6.2 Saving for Web
6.3 Exporting a File
6.4 Printing a File

7.0 Working with the Bridge
7.1 Overview of the Bridge
7.2 Managing Color with the Bridge

CD#3: Adobe InDesign CS3 Basic

1.0 Reviewing the Workspace
1.1 Reviewing What’s New
1.2 Reviewing the Tool Bar
1.3 Browsing the Menus
1.4 Managing Windows
1.5 Managing the Palettes
1.6 Configuring Preferences and Settings

2.0 Getting Started
2.1 Creating a New File
2.2 Opening and Placing Files
2.3 Including File Information
2.4 Editing Document Setup

3.0 Performing InDesign Basics
3.1 Using Rulers and Guides
3.2 Selecting and Placing Objects
3.3 Overview of Layers
3.4 Changing Views
3.5 Reviewing Color Options
3.6 Using the Drawing Tools
3.7 Working with Margins, Bleeds and Layout Options

4.0 Working with Text
4.1 Adding and Formatting Text
4.2 Wrapping and Linking Text Boxes
4.3 Adding Text to a Table
4.4 Using Styles
4.5 Adding Effects
4.6 Editing and Proofing Text

5.0 Additional Tasks
5.1 Performing Edit Menu Basics
5.2 Performing Object Menu Basics
5.3 Creating Lines, Strokes and Fills
5.4 Managing Pages,Master Pages and Templates
5.5 Using the Adobe Bridge
5.6 Integration with Other Adobe Programs

6.0 Saving and Printing
6.1 Saving a File
6.2 Exporting a File
6.3 Printing a File

CD#4: Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 Basic

1.0 Reviewing Web Terminology
1.1 Describing HTML, XHTML, DHTML
1.2 Describing Cascading Style Sheets
1.3 Basic Scripting Capabilities
1.4 Reviewing Basic Protocol

2.0 Getting Started
2.1 Using the Welcome Screen
2.2 Reviewing the Workspace
2.3 Working with Panels
2.4 Managing the Document
2.5 Using Help

3.0 Setting Up Your Environment
3.1 Establishing a Browser
3.2 Setting Up a Site
3.3 Creating Supporting Folders
3.4 Adding Pages to Folders
3.5 Managing Your Site

4.0 Dreamweaver Basics
4.1 Creating a Document
4.2 Including Text
4.3 Managing Images
4.4 Managing LInks
4.5 Reviewing Metatags

5.0 Working with Style Sheets
5.1 Overview of CSS Setup
5.2 Using the CSS Styles Panel
5.3 Managing Selectors

6.0 Layout Fundamentals
6.1 Creating Tables
6.2 Inserting Content
6.3 Editing Tables
6.4 Reviewing the Layout Tools
6.5 Managing Tags and Layout Tables

7.0 Working with Text
7.1 Establishing Margins, Padding and Line Height
7.2 Editing and Formatting Text
7.3 Using the Property Inspector

8.0 Introduction to Forms
8.1 Reviewing Form Basics
8.2 Adding Form Content
8.3 Submitting Your Form
8.4 Using CSS to Add Style

Bonus: Easy Dreamweaver in one hour

Total training time: ~30 hours

Content: 4 CD-ROM disc in Retail Box with flap

System Requirements:
Platform:  Windows 10, 8, 7 and Vista
Processor: Pentium 133 Mhz or higher
RAM: 32MB
Hard drive space: 10MB
CD-ROM Drive speed: 24X