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Way back in Illustrator 9, Adobe introduced the concept of transparency, which gives designers the ability to add soft drop shadows, glows, to use different blend modes, so on and so forth. However many designers have avoided that traditionally only because they feared whether or not that file would actually print correctly. Well, in reality you don't even have to transparency at all. It does print well, but there are certain concepts and best practices that you should probably know about. So if you are ever working with files that do have transparency you will find a tremendous amount of information in these movies. For example, how does transparency work, what are the file formats to use, so on and so forth, that will make sure that you sleep well at night and you will know that your files will always print correctly.
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