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Greetings to all. I use Illustrator CS4 and got use to the welcome screen. Turning off the welcome screen is easy but does anyone know how to turn it back on? Not a technical question for those that are experts but still something I'd like to get back. Thanks, JD.
Hi I need extreme help, I have a file that I need to edit, but I'm unable to, can you help me edit my document I need to add the new text and erase the text I no longer need. Please help me someone has been saying they knew how to do it for three months and its my sponosorship deck for our event in May and we are not going to get any sponsors if this process doesn't happen this week? Please Help Me! Danielle
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I've just joined this group, and I live in Gilbert AZ. I am hoping to learn and participate in this group. I have been programming for 14+ years, but I've only been doing Flex for this past year, and Flash in the past month. I have invested in the CS 4 Design, so I'm ready to hit the floor running.
I would like to start a discussion with something that has been bugging me. In asp.net I can use the following code to prompt a "Save To File" from a web sight to the client.
string filestring = BuildTheDownload();
What I am trying to do is to generate a document (text, pdf, xml, or html) and allow the user the option to save it to file or not. I've tried to generate "Echoing" web services, but I have failed in every method of two-way communication that I know of; which isn't many.
In any event, I hope to hear from anyone who can help. And I look forward to the next event.
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