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At present I show 333 reference books that relate to Applications such as Adobe, Macromedia, Microsoft Office, 3D Max, Maya, Corel, Autocad and more. A small sample is shown below

Adobe Photoshop                   

  • Photoshop Classroom in a Book ( Adobe ® Photoshop ® 7.0 delivers powerful, industry-standard image-editing tools for professional designers who want to produce sophisticated graphics for the Web and for print. Included with Photoshop 7.0 is ImageReady ™ 7.0 and its powerful set of Web tools for optimizing and previewing images, batch-processing images with droplets in the Actions palette, and creating rollovers and GIF animations. Photoshop and ImageReady combined offer a omprehensive environment for designing graphics for the Web.)

  • Photoshop 6.0 Bible
  • 50 Fast Photoshop Techniques (Wiley Press  This book, with its 50 step-by-step techniques and 50 sets of “before” and “after” images, has been written to provide you with the knowledge and skills that you need to use Photoshop 7 to edit your own digital photographs. All the techniques are applicable to images created with scanners or with digital cameras. They are for those just beginning to learn more about working in the “new digital darkroom.” They are for those who have worked in a traditional darkroom for many years and now want to work digitally as well as for experienced Photoshop users who want to learn more about Photoshop 7 and the digital photo techniques that can be found in this book.)

  • Adobe Scripting (Adobe Scripting: Your visual blueprint for scripting in Photoshop and Illustrator uses simple, straightforward examples to teach you how to create powerful and dynamic programs. To get the most out of this book, you should read each chapter in order, from beginning to end. Each chapter introduces new ideas and builds on the knowledge learned in previous chapters. When you become familiar with Adobe Scripting: Your visual blueprint for scripting in Photoshop and Illustrator, you can use this book as an informative desktop reference.)

  • Photoshop for Comics Master Course    ( This book isn’t meant to be a replacement guide to your Photoshop manual. In fact, this book presumes you have a basic working knowledge of the program. It’s recommended that you study at least the principle tools and functionality of the software in the Photoshop manual. What this book does offers you is an advanced look at how to use Photoshop in a very specific way --in the creation of comic imagery.)

  • Photoshop 7 Down and Dirty Tricks 
  • Photoshop 7 Power Shortcuts   ( New Riders Press   -Photoshop's complexity grows with its popularity: Knowing and using keyboard and quick-click shortcuts can make a huge difference in your productivity. This book documents all of the shortcuts officially included (but not found in one spot) in the Photoshop documentation and organizes them so they're easy to find. The book shows how each shortcut works in the current AND previous versions of Photoshop, invaluable info for upgraders. Most significantly, the book contains dozens of shortcuts and workarounds undocumented anywhere else. A book like this belongs in every serious Photoshop user's work environment

  • How To Use Photoshop 7  Adobe Photoshop is the world's leading image manipulation software. Used by both professional and amateur graphic designers, it is the de facto standard for print and Web publishing. A new full-version release is expected in March 2002. This new version is expected to be a major release with significant new features - including:
    Mac OS X compliance; Image browser; New painting engine; Enhanced Web workflow; More editing features. How to Use Adobe Photoshop visually steps the reader through everything he or she needs to know in order to create and manipulate images for print and the Web. Photoshop can be a somewhat intimidating program for the beginning user, but How to Use Adobe Photoshop, with its visual, step-by-step approach, makes it simple to learn the basic techniques involved in using Photoshop.

  • Photoshop Quick Steps This easy-to-use guide provides fast, accessible information about all of Photoshop's powerful features. Quickly learn to retouch photos, work with color, layers, channels and masks, create great looking Web graphics, add special effects, and much more.

  • Photoshop CS Classroom in a Book Adobe Photoshop CS Classroom in a Book ® is part of the official training series for Adobe graphics and publishing software developed by experts at Adobe Systems. The lessons are designed to let you learn at your own pace. If you’re new to Adobe Photoshop or ImageReady, you’ll learn the fundamental concepts and features you’ll need to master the programs. And, if you’ve been using Adobe Photoshop or ImageReady for a while, you’ll find that Classroom in a Book teaches many advanced features, including tips and techniques for using the latest version of these applications and for preparing images for the Web. The lessons in this edition include information on many new features, such as a new chapter on using Smart Guides to arrange layer objects in ImageReady and new sections on creating and using layer comps. Other lessons incorporate other new features. Although each lesson provides step-by-step instructions for creating a specific project, there’s room for exploration and experimentation. You can follow the book from start to finish or do only the lessons that match your interests and needs. Each lesson concludes

  • Photoshop CS for Dummies There’s a reason why Photoshop is the world’s industry standard in image-editing software. The depth and breadth of the program is unheralded. Photoshop immediately sucks you in with its easy-to-use interface and powerful tools and commands. It is so feature rich that you soon begin to lose track of time and start blowing off your commitments just to try one more thing. And just when you think you’ve finally explored every nook and cranny and mastered the program, you suddenly read a tip in a book or magazine that enlightens you about something you didn’t know. Or even more likely, you stumble upon some great effect while working on a late-night project. That’s the beauty of Photoshop. It’s the program that just keeps giving. The depth and breadth of Photoshop has downsides, too, of course. You must make a major time commitment and invest much effort to master it — hence the large number of books written on the program. Walk into your neighborhood bookstore or type Photoshop in the Search field at any online bookseller’s site, and you’ll see a barrage of choices. Some books are general reference books, some are targeted toward the novice user, and others focus on a specific mission, such as color management or restoration and retouching.

  • Photoshop CS in 10 Simple Steps Just as the camera is no longer relegated to the elite or industry professionals, Photoshop is no longer considered the tool of graphic designers alone. Whether it is used to scan photographs, paint a landscape, apply effects to text, create Web pages, or alter images, the application enables all users to accomplish one common feat: to produce professional-quality images in virtually any digital format. You may be surprised at how many people outside of the design industry are aware of and have even used Adobe Photoshop. The software application that is the industry standard for manipulating digital imagery is also the most commonly referred to when the topic comes up even among those who don’t use Photoshop every day of their professional lives.

  • Photoshop CS Savvy Whether you’re a graphic artist, photographer, web designer or desktop publisher, this comprehensive guide shows you how to combine theory with practical techniques to zero in on any topic, from restoring old photos to creating a web photo gallery

  • Dreamweaver MX Bible ( Wiley Press Dreamweaver attracts a wide range of Web developers. Because it’s the first Web authoring tool that doesn’t rewrite original code, veteran designers are drawn to using Dreamweaver as their first visual editor. Because it also automates complicated effects, beginning Web designers are interested in Dreamweaver’s power and performance. Dreamweaver MX Bible addresses the full spectrum of Web professionals, providing basic information on HTML if you’re just starting, as well as advanced tips and tricks for seasoned pros. Moreover, this book is a complete reference for everyone working with Dreamweaver on a daily basis.)

  • Dreamweaver Tutorials (In this tutorial, you’ll create Web pages for Compass, a fictitious company that specializes in adventure travel. If you’re new to Dreamweaver, start at the beginning of the tutorial and work your way through the end. If you’re alreadyfamiliar with Dreamweaver, you may want to start at “Use the Assets panel” on page 56; this section and those that follow it focus on new or changed features in Dreamweaver such as the Assets panel, Flash buttons and text, using a template, running a site report and adding a Design Note.)

  • Dreamweaver 4 Bible (Dreamweaver attracts a wide range of Web developers. Because it’s the first Web authoring tool that doesn’t rewrite original code, veteran designers are drawn to using Dreamweaver as their first visual editor. Because it also automates complicated effects, beginning Web designers are interested in Dreamweaver’s power and performance. Dreamweaver 4 Bible addresses the full spectrum of Web professionals, providing basic information on HTML if you’re just starting as well as advanced tips and tricks for seasoned pros. Moreover, this book is a complete reference for everyone working with Dreamweaver on a daily basis.)

  • Dreamweaver MX Bible  (Wiley Press Dreamweaver MX stands at the center of a complex series of overlapping worlds. In one realm, we have designers of static Web pages looking to expand their knowledge base into data-driven sites. Over there, you’ll find application developers—some savvy in Active Server Pages and ASP.NET, some in ColdFusion, and some others in JavaServer Pages and PHP—anxious to develop for the Internet. There’s a spectrum of experience in both camps that runs the gamut from eager novice to experienced professional. Then there’s yet another group of prospective Web craftsmen and artists who want to do it all and are looking for a place to start. Dreamweaver MX is the one program robust enough for them all, and Dreamweaver MX Bible is your guidebook to all its features and capabilities.)

  • Dreamweaver Quick start

  • Using Ultra Dev

  • Dreamweaver Ultra Dev Bible (Hungry Minds)

  • Extending Dreamweaver

  • Using Dreamweaver 4

  • Inside Dreamweaver MX (Whether you are new to Dreamweaver or a seasoned professional, Inside Dreamweaver MX will help you use the new and powerful Dreamweaver MX to its fullest extent. Not just another rehash of the documentation, this completely revised and comprehensive book broadens your understanding through hands-on projects, tips, and techniques)

  • Dreamweaver MX Building on Solid Foundations (You can expect to learn how to build structurally sound, efficient, accessible, and engaging Web pages. You’ll start with a plan, erect an HTML structure, and then style it with CSS—as you go. The approach is linear, with an emphasis on cause and effect. You’ll learn by doing—and as you do, you’ll learn both how and why things work.)

  • Dreamweaver MX and Fireworks Savvy (Dreamweaver and Fireworks can help your project run more smoothly whether you are building a website from scratch all by yourself for yourself, collaborating with a multidisciplinary team to deliver a web application for a client, or anything in between. Regardless of the scope of your project, take some time in advance to think through the architecture of your site (fundamentally, its site map), develop a look-and-feel (graphic design and interface); and gather the content. When this preliminary work is done, you can plunge into the development, staging, launching, and maintenance of the site.)

  • Dreamweaver Weekend Course (Wiley)

  • Dreamweaver MX and CourseBuilder

  • Building Dynamic Website with Dreamweaver MX   (Each of the applications in Macromedia's just-released Studio MX 2004 product suite—Dreamweaver MX 2004, Flash MX 2004, Fireworks MX 2004, and FreeHand MX—is, in its own right, a powerhouse in some aspect of Web development. Put them together, and you'll be conquering the world with your dynamic, data-driven sites! All you need is this guide to pull it all together. Written by a trio of Web experts, this volume uses the creation of a fictitious community center to give you a solid overview of how you can use the integrated workflow of Macromedia's Studio MX product suite to create your own dazzling sites. You'll start by learning about the principles that govern the creation of database-driven sites and the planning that ensures their successful deployment. Then the fun begins! The remainder of the book shows you how to use the tools at your fingertips along with Contribute, Flash Remoting, and Flash Communications Server to build real-world applications.)

  • Dreamweaver MX and PHP Development (This book is all about developing PHP/MySQL web sites with Macromedia Dreamweaver MX, the premier visual web site design tool. It will show you how to use Dreamweaver MX to rapidly develop database-driven PHP web applications with the minimum of fuss.)

  • Mastering Dreamweaver MX Databases ( This book provides in-depth instruction and tutorials for designers and developers looking to create data-driven web pages with Dreamweaver MX, covering major databases, languages, and development platforms, including Access, SQL Server, MySQL, and more.)

  • Macromedia Dreamweaver Dynamic Applications As a designer himself, author Jeffrey Bardzell is keenly aware of the dilemma you're faced with today: With clients and users demanding more than the static, HTML pages that defined first-generation Web sites, you have no choice but to migrate to dynamic, service based sites. But that means a world of programming, servers, databases, and configuration options you know little about. Not to worry: Dynamic Macromedia Dreamweaver MX: Advanced Training from the Source has you covered.

  • 50 fast Dreamweaver Techniques how to quickly enhance your Web projects with the most sophisticated, visually captivating designs that are possible on the Web today. We also show you how Macromedia makes it easy for you to create these features with Dreamweaver. We included a few techniques related to Fireworks and Flash files because we want to help you get the most out these programs’ integrated features. Whether you create your own Flash and Fireworks files, or just use Dreamweaver to pull everything together for your team, this book will help you take Web design to the next level. In 50 Fast Dreamweaver MX Techniques, you’ll discover the hottest things you can do on the Web (the things other designers are always asking us to show them how we pulled them off). Each technique is fully illustrated and carefully described in step-by-step detail so that you can figure out how to use these cool features right away.

  • Dreamweaver Troubleshooter This text shows how to master Dreamweaver development from connection to completion, how to install and troubleshoot dynamic technologies, discover the importance of web standards, and understand how to use them with Dreamweaver.

  • ASP.Net Web Development with Dreamweaver MX ASRNET IS NOT ONLY the latest version of Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP), it is a whole new programming concept altogether. This incredibly popular server-side scripting language is based on the .NET Framework, and it combines unrivalled developer productivity with performance and reliability. Dreamweaver MX 2004 is the newest version of the popular integrated web site design tool. It enables quick and efficient web site design and programming and comes with built-in support for A!3P.NET and XML web services. Whether you are an experienced ASENET developer and Dreamweaver user or a beginner, this book guides you through the web-development process at the right level. It shows you how to rapidly develop ASPNET web applications with a minimum of effort. You learn about the .NET Framework, how ASENET fits in and interacts with other components, and how to master the ASENET controls via Dreamweaver MX 2004.

  • The Dreamweavers Developers Instant Troubleshooters Guide This text shows how to master Dreamweaver development from connection to completion, how to install and troubleshoot dynamic technologies, discover the importance of web standards, and understand how to use them with Dreamweaver.

  • Dreamweaver MX Magic As a serious Web designer or developer, you'll want to do one thing and one thing only when you lay your hands on the latest version of Dreamweaver: Start tinkering with all its new features. Problem is that's hard to do on someone else's dime. With Dreamweaver MX 2004 Magic, you don't have to! In these pages, Dreamweaver wizards Mossimo Foti, Angela C. Buraglia, and Daniel Short and several other experts draw on their own professional experience to offer 12 real-world projects that let you explore Dreamweaver MX 2004 at your leisure. With a focus on areas that can be troublesome for professional users-whether because they present thorny issues or because they draw on completely new features-each lesson provides need-to-know tips, proven techniques, and best practices. By working through the step-by-step tutorials (whose project files and code you'll find on the accompanying CD), you soon will be finding your way around all of Dreamweaver MX 2004's new features: dynamic cross-browser validation, improved CSS support, built-in graphics editing, and more. In addition to the code listings and exercise files on the CD-ROM, you'll find videos that clearly demonstrate step by step all the procedures you need to complete in order to create the projects.

  • Using Dreamweaver MX User Guide

  • Dreamweaver MX in 10 Simple Steps of Less This book is a recipe book providing you with quick, digestible examples of how to perform specific tasks using Dreamweaver MX 2004. These tasks range from simple tasks such as defining a Dreamweaver site to complex tasks such as creating dynamic content.

  • Beginning Dreamweaver MX This introduction to Dreamweaver MX 2004 uses step-by-step examples to demonstrate basic features, walking readers through the creation of three functional Web sites, and also takes a look at the code that Dreamweaver generates.

  • Building Dynamic Website with Dreamweaver MX Each of the applications in Macromedia's just-released Studio MX 2004 product suite—Dreamweaver MX 2004, Flash MX 2004, Fireworks MX 2004, and FreeHand MX—is, in its own right, a powerhouse in some aspect of Web development. Put them together, and you'll be conquering the world with your dynamic, data-driven sites! All you need is this guide to pull it all together. Written by a trio of Web experts, this volume uses the creation of a fictitious community center to give you a solid overview of how you can use the integrated workflow of Macromedia's Studio MX product suite to create your own dazzling sites. You'll start by learning about the principles that govern the creation of database-driven sites and the planning that ensures their successful deployment. Then the fun begins! The remainder of the book shows you how to use the tools at your fingertips—along with Contribute, Flash Remoting, and Flash Communications Server—to build real-world applications.

  • Killer Applications with Dreamweaver and C# This book provides a succinct and incisive tutorial on the C# syntax and classes that Dreamweaver uses to generate code for dynamic web applications. It is also efficient guide to saving time and solving difficult development problems with Dreamweaver.

 

 

12/27/2004