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Old 1st September, 2006, 04:10 PM
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You're right. Illustrator is better for re-sizing the vector fonts and images. Photoshop doesn't have much for vector editing. You can make shapes, lines, and text but thats about it. I did notice in Photoshop 7 that they started adding aspects of imageready into it. I havn't used CS yet, but I wonder if imageready and photoshop have completely combined into one.
I'm a CAD guru and found that Auto CAD is great for creating vector shapes, images, and graphics. Cad is really fast at drawing geometric graphics and you can print to jpg or render as a tiff.
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