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Illustrator 9: Intermediate (Windows)
Adobe Training Overview

In this course, you will use Adobe Illustrator 9.0 to create dynamic graphics using advanced drawing and editing tools, path editing techniques, filter effects, and masks. You will also take advantage of the latest features added to Illustrator, including the Transparency palette, live effects, and the Appearance palette, to create effects that were unattainable in previous versions

Adobe Training Prerequisites

To ensure your success, we recommend you first take the following course or have equivalent knowledge:

  • Illustrator 9.0: Introduction
Hardware/Software Requirements

You will need
  • An Intel Pentium or faster processor.
  • Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows 2000 operating system.
  • A hard disk with at least 105 MB of available hard disk space to install the Illustrator 9.0 software, and an additional 5 MB of free hard disk space for the course data files.
  • At least 64 MB of random-access memory (RAM).
  • A CD-ROM drive.
  • A video card that supports a monitor resolution of at least 800-by-600 pixels.
  • Adobe Illustrator 9.
See your reference manual for hardware considerations that apply to your specific hardware setup.

In addition, you will need printers if you want to print the images created in the course
Performance-Based Objectives

Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • Draw with advanced object drawing tools and dynamically change their settings.
  • Use advanced path editing techniques such as the Pathfinder commands, the Scissors and Knife tools, the Lasso selection tools, the Align palette, Compound paths, and guides.
  • Perform exact transformations to move, rotate, reflect, and shear visually or in precise increments.
  • Convert vector images to raster and apply specialized filters.
  • Copy and paste live effects and dynamically edit the vector images that use them.
  • Use the Appearance palette to manage the application of effects and styles.
  • Create and edit exciting graphics using a gradient mesh and blends between objects.
Adobe Training Course duration

1 Day

Adobe Training Course outline

Lesson 1: Advanced Drawing Tools
  • Topic 1A: Advanced Drawing Tools
    • Task 1A-1: Setting Preferences
    • Task 1A-2: Using the Polygon Tool
    • Task 1A-3: Using the Star Tool
    • Task 1A-4: Using the Spiral Tool
    • Task 1A-5: Changing Settings Dynamically
Lesson 2: Advanced Path Editing
  • Topic 2A: Combining with the Pathfinder
    • Task 2A-1: Combining with the Unite Pathfinder
    • Task 2A-2: Using the Divide Pathfinder
    • Task 2A-3: Using the Minus Front Pathfinder
  • Topic 2B: Splitting Paths
    • Task 2B-1: Using the Scissors Tool
    • Task 2B-2: Using the Knife Tool
    • Task 2B-3: Using the Slice Command
  • Topic 2C: Duplicating Paths
    • Task 2C-1: Dragging Between Windows
    • Task 2C-2: Paste Remembers Layers
    • Task 2C-3: Using the Move Command
    • Task 2C-4: Transform Again
    • Task 2C-5: ALT Dragging
    • Task 2C-6: Offset Path Command
  • Topic 2D: Simplifying Paths
    • Task 2D-1: Simplify Command
  • Topic 2E: Aligning Objects
    • Task 2E-1: Aligning with the Align Palette
    • Task 2E-2: Distributing
    • Task 2E-3: Ruler Guides
  • Topic 2F: Nesting Layers
    • Task 2F-1: Nesting
  • Topic 2G: Nesting Layers
    • Task 2G-1: Creating Objects and Editing Paths
Lesson 3: Gradients and Blends
  • Topic 3A: Gradient Mesh
    • Task 3A-1: Creating a Gradient Mesh
    • Task 3A-2: Manually Adjusting a Gradient Mesh
  • Topic 3B: Blends
    • Task 3B-1: Blending Paths
    • Task 3B-2: Smooth Color Blending
Lesson 4: Transforming
  • Topic 4A: Scaling
    • Task 4A-1: Scaling Numerically
  • Topic 4B: Rotating
    • Task 4B-1: Rotating Visually
    • Task 4B-2: Rotating Numerically
  • Topic 4C: Reflecting
    • Task 4C-1: Reflecting Visually
    • Task 4C-2: Reflecting Numerically
    • Task 4C-3: Using the Average Command
  • Topic 4D: Shearing
    • Task 4D-1: Shearing Visually
    • Task 4D-2: Shearing Numerically
  • Topic 4E: Transform Each
    • Task 4E-1: Transform Each
  • Topic 4F: Transform Each
    • Task 4F-1: Gradient Mesh, Blends, and Transforming
Lesson 5: Compound Paths
  • Topic 5A: Compound Paths
    • Task 5A-1: Cutting Holes in Paths
    • Task 5A-2: Compounding Overlapping Paths
    • Task 5A-3: Type Compounds and Outlines
    • Task 5A-4: Group Selection and Compounds
  • Topic 5B: Compounding
    • Task 5B-1: Creating a Gradient across Multiple Paths
Lesson 6: Raster Images and Filters
  • Topic 6A: Converting Vector Graphics to Raster
    • Task 6A-1: Vector Filters
    • Task 6A-2: Using the Rasterize Command
  • Topic 6B: Applying Filters to Raster Objects
    • Task 6B-1: Raster Filters
Lesson 7: Live Effects and Appearance
  • Topic 7A: Applying Live Effects
    • Task 7A-1: Adding a Drop Shadow
    • Task 7A-2: Feathering
    • Task 7A-3: Using the Punk & Bloat Filter
    • Task 7A-4: Rounding Corners
    • Task 7A-5: Adding Arrowheads
  • Topic 7B: Editing Live Effects
    • Task 7B-1: Editing Vectors with Live Effects
    • Task 7B-2: Copying Live Effects
  • Topic 7C: Using the Appearance palette
    • Task 7C-1: Editing Effects with the Appearance palette
    • Task 7C-2: Creating a Second Stroke
    • Task 7C-3: Editing Stroke and Fill Separately
Lesson 8: Masking
  • Topic 8A: Layer Masks
    • Task 8A-1: Creating a Layer Mask
  • Topic 8B: Editing Masks
    • Task 8B-1: Editing Clipping Masks
  • Topic 8C: Editing Masks
    • Task 8C-1: Compound Paths, Filters, and Masks


 
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