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Adobe Illustrator and Image Ready

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Is there somebody that can explain me little about these programs, Illustrator and Image Ready
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Illustrator is a vector based program meaning it creates shapes based on mathematical formulae. This means you can scale up or down without quality loss. More information on what that means can be found at http://www.zdwebopedia.com/TERM/v/vector_graphics.html 

ImageReady: Image ready is almost exactly like photoshop except it has the ability to "slice" images up and write HTML to fit those images. Its very handy for making web page rollovers, optimizing web graphics etc.
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I should also give you the sites that describe in more detail.

http://www.adobe.com/products/illustrator/main.html
and since ImageReady ships with photoshop 5.5 its information is on http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop/main.html
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thanks Weed

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