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I personally don't think the manual is deficient but it has become more of a dictionary than an encyclopedia. Wouldn't want to try to *learn* Photoshop from the manual but having read a zillion Photoshop books I rather like its current concise reference format. As for PDF manuals -- I haven't yet figured out how to read them in the bathtub where I prefer to read computer books. :-( Dan > > As someone who is anticipating a move from Picture Publisher to PS (for the > single purpose of being able to make printer profiles with Matchlock) it is > disappointing to learn that the new PS manual is deficient. I really hate > online/PDF manuals and much prefer a good print manual. Also, I have tried > PS (4) in the past and found it, and the interfaces of other Adobe products, > to be particularly obscure. Spending the money that is necessary to buy PS, > I would hope that I would eventually become competent in its use. Adobe has > possibly forgotten that some people who will buy PS 6 are new to the > application and need all of the instruction a good printed manual can > provide. I don't find Jerry's comments encouraging. > > D. Grenier > Olympia, WA - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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