It says £15.10 which is even better! I really do prefer to be able to flick through a printed book and this is probably not much more expensive than buying 2 reams of paper and probably at least one set of cartridges!!
I have twice bought Dummies and been disappointed. In each case I found fundamentals rather than the details I was seeking.
Corel Photopaint has been my best bet as I followed it from v. 3 a version of which a reviewer said at the time. "Do you remember my list of things to do while CorelDrw was [redrawing] printing?".
With v.12 I bought a student deal which included neither a manual nor online help.
I still use Corel Draw v.12 but have to be careful even with this to avoid a freeze.
Sad, but the days of paper manuals have passed in the interest of lower pricing.
I'm happier with what I now have if only because many of the gizmos I already use, but are named differently. It's just a matter for me to discover the Adobe names for procedures already known and to enjoy finding the new and better ones in Elements.
I could of course make a shortened version of the download...... but I won't even try to put it on paper.
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