Re: Adobe's multimedia demos

Subject: Re: Adobe's multimedia demos
From: Jeremy M Lerman <jeremy -at- INSPEC -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 6 Nov 1996 18:25:08 +0200

I forgot to add Adobe's baffling response to my question, so enjoy:


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How do you produce your multimedia tutorials that demo new PhotoShop,
PageMaker and Illustrator features and expert techniques. I would like to
make similar training materials on my WinNT PC.

An e-mail response would be most appreciated, thank you.


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Geez, thanks guys, r-e-a-l-l-y helpful,

Jeremy Lerman

jeremy -at- inspec -dot- com


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