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Up and Running with Adobe Creative Cloud

What is the Creative Cloud? It's Adobe's new subscription model that offers designers a new way to purchase software and gain access to updates faster than ever. In this course, staff author Justin Seeley reviews Creative Cloud, debunking the rumors and showcasing its most interesting features. Learn how to install and update the apps; access the built-in cloud storage; use Touch Apps, the mobile, touch-friendly versions of programs like Photoshop; and work with additional services like Typek...

Topics: Adobe Suite
Cost: $25 Per Month

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What is the Creative Cloud? It's Adobe's new subscription model that offers designers a new way to purchase software and gain access to updates faster than ever. In this course, staff author Justin Seeley reviews Creative Cloud, debunking the rumors and showcasing its most interesting features. Learn how to install and update the apps; access the built-in cloud storage; use Touch Apps, the mobile, touch-friendly versions of programs like Photoshop; and work with additional services like Typekit and Behance. Creative Cloud isn't for everybody, but this course will help you understand whether it's right for you.

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  • Level of Difficulty: Beginner
  • Size: One-on-One
  • Cost: $25 Per Month
  • Institution: Lynda
  • Topics: Adobe Suite

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