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Graphs and Charts of Unlimited Creativity with Adobe Illustrator Training | Pariah Burke Publishing & Design Consulting & Training

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Graphs and Charts of Unlimited Creativity with Adobe Illustrator

Prerequisites: Success in this course depends on students having this knowledge before beginning this class.

Having a basic understanding of using Adobe Illustrator CS3 or later is required to get the most out of this course.
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This course is part of the following workflow-oriented and product- or technology-oriented learning tracks: Business of Design, eLearning & mLearning, Film & Television, General Business, Graphic Design, Illustrator, Law Enforcement / Mil. / Intel., Legal Profession, Scientific & Forensic, Writing & Editorial

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Whether you import data from Excel, Apple Numbers, Google Docs Spreadsheet, or another data set or fill in the numbers directly in Illustrator, you can be creating gorgeous, highly illustrative, flat or 3D pie charts, bar charts, column charts, radar charts, and many more in just minutes! Why have boring old Excel-style charts and graphs when you can have unlimited creativity to make your charts and graphs leap off the page and communicate facts and figures in an engaging way?