Learning any kind of graphics software can be a chore. Let's face it, graphic designers just want to get on and create stuff. But not knowing the best, or quickest, way to achieve a desired result can be frustrating. That's when it can be time to stop experimenting and get some professional design training.
Wading through the supplied software manual can also be more bother than it is worth. Especially as, these days, even some of the biggest graphics software publishers only supply the manuals in PDF format on the software CD or DVD.
Hands on software training is obviously one of the best methods to learn a new product. But that is not cheap, and often doesn't leave enough room to learn in your own time.
There are numerous other methods of learning graphics software, for example third party books, training CDs, videos and tutorial DVDs. But once again, these can be expensive. So what is the cheapest method of learning design applications?
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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