Tuesday, October 29, 2013

The Professional Photoshop Book

Welcome The Professional Photoshop Book is your ultimate guide to using Photoshop’s
tools and mastering commercial-standard imagery and effects. Within each section, as well as the Workshops, you will find detailed features, looking in-depth at industry trends, as well as interviews and profiles with some of the best-known digital artists in the world.

Cooking Book in Urdu by Chef Zakir Qureshi

Zakir Qureshi is the Pakistan's famous cooking expert. He is making many recipes which is very famous in the people of Pakistan. He is working on a Masala T.v. He is writing a book which is in urdu. Hope you Like it. Download book from above link.

Ubqari October 2013

Ubqari is a Religious Soul Magazine. We can solve our problems in the lights of Islamic Education. How to become successful in our life. Get cure form many diseases through Holy Education. Excercise for those who have no time from his/her busy life. ETC.... Here is a Ubqari October 2013 Edition. I hope you like it. The download link is above.

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Corel Draw X5 THe Official Guide

Corel DRAW X5
The Official Guide is a work in progress. Yes, the book is complete, but I wanted to
approach the documentation of a new version of DRAW a little differently—okay, a lot
differently—than did previous versions of this book. I’ve tried very hard to put a little of
myself into this book, so you know that someone real, who professes to know Corel DRAW
in certain ways better than you do, is communicating with you. Let’s get real.

Corel Draw X4 The Official Guide

Corel DRAW X4: The Official Guide is your handbook to the most feature-filled drawing
application you could hope for, and as you’d rightly expect, the chapters contain comprehensive
explanations of what tools, pop-up menus, commands, dockers, and other elements do. But the
prize in this book is that you’ll learn not only the value of the features, but also what they’re good
for—how each tool, command, option, and feature can be used to best serve a design problem
you want to solve. Knowledge is fine—you can get facts from Wikipedia and around every
corner on the Web, the bookstore, and your friends and family. When you put facts to use,
however, you eventually gain skill you can tap into in the future, build upon, and eventually your
knowledge becomes wisdom—something an ambitious, expressive designer has an affinity for—
right up there with water and oxygen.
This book is divided into eight parts plus an appendix listing keyboard shortcuts that’ll
speed up your work in Corel DRAW. As you might expect, the parts follow a progression, from
a very basic introduction to later chapters that delve into special effects and even photo editing.
If you’re the type of reader who likes to begin at the beginning and make a linear voyage to
finish at the appendix, you won’t be surprised. However, the chapters are structured and fairly
compartmentalized to address a specific topic; if you want fast solutions for specific areas
within Corel DRAW, you can also “pick and choose.” One of the wonderful things about books
is that you can skip ahead and rewind—just as you do with DVD movies!