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What you just saw in the last nine chapters is what makes Illustrator Illustrator. No other vector drawing program provides so many Pathfinder operations or gradient options or masking solutions or natural media tools or transparency settings, or any of that. Seriously, if there was any doubt that Illustrator is unequivocally the absolute frontrunner among modern vector graphics applications, these chapters have put such doubts to rest. But it's not over. You still have nine chapters left. Live Trace, Live Paint, Liquefy and Envelope, symbols, 3-D effects.
I'm not going to list it all. It's too much stuff. Just suffice it to say by the time this series is over, you'll know Illustrator inside out and back inside again. Until next we tear Illustrator apart and stitch it back together, on behalf of lynda.com, this is Deke McClellan saying, see ya!
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