Date: May 4, 2005
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Spring 2005 CLC schedule
Platforms offered: PC and Macintosh
Course length: 1 day
Overview: In this course, you will learn many
of the Level that will allow you to take advantage
of Illustrator's powerful tools.
Prerequisites: To ensure your
success, you must have a basic understanding of your
computer's operating system. For example, you should
know how to launch an application, create and save files,
open files from within the application, and copy files
from CDs and other media.
Benefits: Students will learn to use
the basic features of Illustrator and begin to apply
the skills that will help them create complex drawings
and type effects.
Target student: Anyone who is interested
in creating either basic or complex illustrations using
Illustrator, but who has little to no experience using
the program is an ideal student for this course.
What's Next: Students wishing to continue
their training in Illustrator can move on to PWI's intermediate and advanced level courses, titled
10: Level 2 and Illustrator®
10: Level 3.
Certification: Illustrator® 10: Level 1
is one of three PWIcourseware titles that address
the Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) Program objectives
for the Illustrator 10.0 exam. The ACE Program is for
graphic designers, Web designers, developers, systems
integrators, value-added resellers, and business professionals
who seek recognition for their expertise with specific
Adobe products. Certification candidates must pass a
product proficiency exam in order to become an Adobe
Lesson objectives help students become comfortable
with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate
learning. Upon successful completion of this course,
students will be able to:
Manipulate Illustrator's various palettes and
navigate in the Adobe Illustrator environment.
Create and modify paths using the Pencil, Pen,
Erase, and Selection tools.
Draw and edit geometric objects.
Apply fill and stroke attributes, colors, gradients,
and transparency to objects and paths.
Use layers to manage complex illustrations.
Enter and format type in an illustration, and
create eye-catching type effects.
Prepare Illustrator files for print and for Web
Illustrator 10 Course Content
Lesson 1: Illustrator Environment
Topic 1A: Illustrator Environment Elements
Topic 1B: Navigating in Illustrator
Lesson 2: Working with Paths
Topic 2A: Vector Graphics and Raster Graphics
Topic 2B: Drawing Tools
Topic 2C: Editing Paths
Lesson 3: Working with Objects
Topic 3A: Using Rulers
Topic 3B: Creating Objects
Topic 3C: Editing Objects
Lesson 4: Fill and Stroke Attributes
Topic 4A: Applying Color
Topic 4B: Creating Colors
Topic 4C: Gradients
Topic 4D: Using Brushes
Topic 4E: Transparency
Lesson 5: Layers
Topic 5A: Controlling Stacking Order
Topic 5B: Organizing Objects in Layers
Topic 5C: Controlling Layers
Lesson 6: Working with Type
Topic 6A: Creating Type
Topic 6B: Type within an Area
Topic 6C: Copying Type Formatting with the Eyedropper
Topic 6D: Type on a Path
Topic 6E: Type Objects
Topic 6F: Creating Outlines
Lesson 7: Creating Output
Topic 7A: Printing
Topic 7B: Save for Web
10: Level I
10: Level II
10: Level III ::
Class content may vary dependent on software version
Please call for information on older versions.