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Then User manual does not come with the application you can purchase one from Adobe customer service or the store
here are some as well
You would do best though to purchase Mordy Golding's Real World Illustrator
I agree the tutorials talk about stuff you don't really want to know at the moment you are learning how to do a simple task.
I might put up some simple movies which are more like if you want to do this you do this you d this and that's it.
But I have to make a time and upload it to my web server.
But what I did to fins these tutorial was to do a google search Tutorials/ Adobe Illustrator
To say the least Illustrator i not the most intuitive program to learn. It has a learning curve.
Have you went through the help files?
The user is probably a little confused about where to look. It would be great if they did something like list Tutorials / Step By Step and On Line TV.
Also if they took the chatter out of it. As is true f many of the written Tutorials.
Thanks - I guess the answer is that Illustrator does not provide their own tutorials that can be be read and followed. I'll check out the links you provided and I may have to sit through some of the video tutorials too. Thanks again!
I just purchased Illustrator CS4 and now want to use it, but I can't find the tutuorials or a manual.
Which is why I suggested that.
I'm just starting with Illustrator myself but...If you open Illustrator and go to the help menu and click Illustrator help, then in the window that opens you should see, at the top left corner in the black search bar, a 33mb PDF file called "View Help PDF" you can open and then save to your hard drive. I believe this is what passes for a manual. $1399 for software that does not come with a manual is lame. Well it's actually something else but as this is a public forum I'll stick with lame.