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Jan 26, 2019 22:48:55   #
Cavik
 
Just checked out the links you provided - thank you. This is exactly what I needed. Sometimes a video is good but other times the hard copy is easier for me to learn.

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Jan 26, 2019 22:51:09   #
bsprague
 
Cavik wrote:
Just checked out the links you provided - thank you. This is exactly what I needed. Sometimes a video is good but other times the hard copy is easier for me to learn.
You are welcome!

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Jan 26, 2019 23:02:34   #
Cavik
 
Thank you for these links - very helpful!

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Jan 26, 2019 23:20:27   #
minniev
 
bsprague wrote:
UHH rules prevented me from posting links in the first post! Maybe I'll still get bumped and burned!

2057 pages of documentation you can print!!!

Photoshop CC (976 Pages, updated Oct 15, 2018): https://helpx.adobe.com/content/dam/help/en/pdf/photoshop_reference.pdf
Photoshop Elements (276 pages, updated Feb 2, 2018): https://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/photoshop-elements_reference.pdf
Elements Organizer: ( 193 pages, updated Feb 2, 2018): https://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/elements-organizer_reference.pdf
Lightroom Classic CC (373 pages, updated Oct 15, 2018): https://helpx.adobe.com/content/dam/help/en/pdf/lightroom_reference.pdf
Lightroom (cloud) CC (152 pages, updated Oct 15, 2018): https://helpx.adobe.com/content/dam/help/en/pdf/lightroom_cc_reference.pdf
Bridge CC: (87 pages, updated Oct 15, 2018): https://helpx.adobe.com/content/dam/help/en/pdf/bridge_reference.pdf

For anyone that wants them, I've got links to the video programs too. (Premiere Pro, Premiere Elements, Rush, After Effects, Encoder)

Adobe seems to be shifting on to a more fluid, online help system. These links maybe the last printable "books". The Elements instructions are for last year's version. And, I think Photoshop and both the Lightrooms have some minor additions since these were released.
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Thanks for this. I learn best from books. I learn little from videos except from the screenshots. We're all different.

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Jan 27, 2019 01:00:09   #
JD750 (a regular here)
 
minniev wrote:
If you have a link for a PDF version for PS, I wish you'd post it. I am familiar with the user guide that must be used online, but I'd like to have a downloadable PDF document for reference to keep on my tablet if there is one.


https://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/photoshop_reference.pdf

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Jan 27, 2019 08:25:05   #
Strucar2
 
You can access Lynda.com thru your local library website for free. Adobe (and many others) offer complete courses on PS LR and just about anything else. It’s a great resource

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Jan 27, 2019 08:25:06   #
Strucar2
 
You can access Lynda.com thru your local library website for free. Adobe (and many others) offer complete courses on PS LR and just about anything else. It’s a great resource

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Jan 27, 2019 08:29:52   #
minniev
 
JD750 wrote:
https://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/photoshop_reference.pdf


Thanks

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Jan 27, 2019 10:03:12   #
Nikon1201 (a regular here)
 
I agree . Laura Shoe is a good video for Lightroom . Utube is always my go to for info.

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Jan 27, 2019 10:34:18   #
bsprague
 
I found a single link to an Adobe page that lists all the .pdf books! Links on that page go to older CS6 versions and other languages.

https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/offline-help.html

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Jan 27, 2019 11:04:05   #
thegrogan
 
You can access many of Adobe's tutorials by simply clicking "help" at top on the right. For example, I wanted to know more about how to edit a photo from Lightroom Classic CC in Photoshop and return back to Lightroom with the changes. I clicked help, then searched. A short tutorial appeared along with instructions. I didn't even need to watch the tutorial as the written instructions were sufficient.

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Jan 27, 2019 19:18:34   #
hassighedgehog (a regular here)
 
I normally use the online Help. Anyone know of an Adobe lexicon that will tell you how they define terms? That is my main issue with the online help. You have to use their terms to get what you want.

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