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Margaret Sloan <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 6 Nov 1998 10:29:08 -0800
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I am wondering how useful Adobe Dimensions is to fellow sci-arters?

I am taking an Illustrator class, and the teacher wants us to use
Dimensions also. She's only got it on five computers at school, so it's
hard to get to use. Anyhow, I do most of my homework at home, and since
my schedule is so tight, it's real hard to get up the hill to school.

Is it worth my while to buy this program (no, I don't have friends at
Adobe) for future use? It seems like a pretty nifty thing, but I'm
looking at buying Quark in January, I need other things, like printers,
scanners, and memory, so I'm not sure If I want to make room in the
budget for this if it's not the right program.


Margaret Sloan
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