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The Interactive Media Center Offers Free Classes

The Interactive Media Center, basement, University Libraries offers short classes in multi-media and web design applications. These classes are free and open to the public. Topics include web design, audio and video digitizing, PowerPoint, Adobe Photoshop, etc.

The schedule is posted at:

Highlights of ***NEW*** classes follow:

Create Interactive PDF Forms with Adobe LifeCycle Designer Convert existing documents to PDF or create from scratch. Use Adobe LifeCycle Designer from within Acrobat Pro to create documents than can be completed on-line and submitted via the Web or email. Customize online forms by applying required fields to complete, select lists to choose from, and radio buttons to click. Learn how to compile returned forms and place the information in a spreadsheet or database to manipulate.

Getting Started with Illustrator Adobe Illustrator is one of the most powerful high-end drawing programs available. It is the choice of professionals in the graphics design field. It is also popular with many Web designers who need the ability to create rich graphics. In this class you will become familiar with Illustrator basics. You will learn about the tools, layers, and many of the options that are available in this program

Walk-Ins welcomed.

For more information contact: Regina

Conboy, 442-3608

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