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Introduction to Photoshop

Course #4000001
Norman Sanders

Supply List:
note taking materials
three ring binder to hold occasional hand-outs
fill out the below questionnaire and mail to the instructor (address below)

Greetings,
I would like to know more about your experience, if any, using the Photoshop software so that this Introduction to Photoshop course provides you with the greatest personal benefit. The information you and your colleagues provide will serve as a guide to the subjects and techniques to be emphasized and the pace of each meeting.

For that reason I would like you to complete the following questionnaire, the results of which will be very useful in shaping each session. You will notice that there is no formal space provided for your name. Please supply it. Then mail this completed questionnaire to me at the following address as soon as possible:

Prof. Norman Sanders, 1755 York Avenue, New York, NY 10128

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions you may reach me at: sanders@cooper.edu.

Thank you.

Norman

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