With the new Artboards in Illustrator CS5, you can create a consistent brand message by simply making sure to have common elements among media. Let RC show you how.

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  3. Ideololig (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    Hi all. How are you?

  4. Freernkilek (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

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  5. Aerohyhom (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    hi how many posts do i need to pm?

  6. bidou.ca (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    Hi there,

    This is a question for the webmaster/admin here at layersmagazine.com.

    May I use some of the information from your blog post above if I give a backlink back to this website?

    Thanks,
    Oliver

  7. lotion facial (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    Thank u, good post! =)

  8. Antonovva (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    I’m doing my AS ICT coursework which is a Recording Studio system using a booking system on Microsoft Excel. A customer can choose a maximum of 4 slots (half an hour each so a maximum of 2 hours). The problem is, once the number of slots chosen by one customer is made, it doesn’t stop the end-user from entering data in the slot that’s been occupied by the person who chose 4 slots. How can I use Conditional Formatting to fill the cells in the following slots with a black colour to stop the end-user from using it… (formula of some form to do this?) Or, is there any other way to overcome this problem?

  9. Aerohyhom (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    hi how many posts do i need before i can send pm?

  10. annbarkmo (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    Just starting out. Any tips?

  11. M Burke (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    I don’t understand why the other artboard was needed in the first place.

  12. Chandni Patel (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    Hey RC,

    Thank you for the tutorial. An Illustrator related question: would it be possible if you could do a tutorial showing how to create detailed shadows and shines to an object please?

    Would be great if you could.

    :)

  13. LorencoRax (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    So….. where is toilet? Hehe))) Joke, relax ;)
    By the way, anybody home?!

  14. THX1138 (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    How can I export one artboard or another?

  15. TayTay (Reply) on Friday November 5, 2010

    Very nicely presented and explained tutorial, Thank you, RC !



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