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Hello everyone....who reads this.

I was just wondering if there is anyone who knows of a school or someone who teaches Adobe Illustrator in Geneva, or any other close canton, in english. i have tried almost every school here but all of them offer the course in french sadly and i really need to know the works of the software by the end of this month!!

please help.

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Old 01.06.2011, 02:50
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Re: Adobe Illustrator

Why don't you look online? There are plenty of tutorials and lessons for free not to mention class you can pay for. I took an online class but I found it too expensive for what you learn. But that's because I was already at a leave higher than what was being taught.
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Why don't you look online? There are plenty of tutorials and lessons for free not to mention class you can pay for. I took an online class but I found it too expensive for what you learn. But that's because I was already at a leave higher than what was being taught.
Type the following into your browser search box: "how to use adobe illustrator".

There are are many search results, including videos - you will have to determine which are the good ones (and free ones), though.
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Old 01.06.2011, 08:13
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It realy depends on what you want to do with ai. To learn ai is one thing but to be able to actually "use" it is on another level altogether.
If you can prioritize maybe I can help set up a plan.
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