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Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0: A Visual Introduction to Digital Imaging If you are just starting to work with digital images and want to gain great results fast, this complete and easy-to follow guide is the one for you. Bestselling author Philip Andrews - Adobe Australia's official Photoshop Elements Ambassador -provides a clear introduction packed with step-by-step tutorials, visual examples and tips, equipping you... DirectX9 User Interfaces: Design and Implementation With all books there is a “target” audience, and although the distinction between those suited and unsuited to this title is somewhat nebulous, I feel confident in advocating that readers wanting to learn more about DirectX and sensible user interface design, and who have a solid comprehension of Microsoft Visual C++, as well as a basic...
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