Linking is efficient, embedding is not


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Linking is efficient, embedding is not

All right, in the previous exercise I was alluding to Illustrator's inherent inefficiency in handling images. Now it's telling you that you're going to get a bigger file when you do a copy and paste than you are when you do a place, which performs a link which we'll see in the future, not too long from now actually. But I really want to drill this home, so that you understand what I'm talking about. So I'm working inside the Bridge and I have the Bridge trained on the 20_images folder right there inside of my Exercise Files folder. I have selected Final advertisement.ai, which is that final version of the illustration that we saw in the previous exercise.

Notice you go to the Metadata panel and you get to the Metadata panel by going out to the Window menu and choosing Metadata panel, big surprise there. Then there's this File properties option,. You just want to make sure that it's twirled open, so you click on its triangle to open it up and then you'...

Linking is efficient, embedding is not
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Linking is efficient, embedding is not provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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