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Hello All. I am a technology education teacher and on Monday the students are going to be starting a T-Shirt design to screen print using Illustrator CS3. My problem here is that I want to make a handout with the default toolbar (on the left side usually) that will show and explain all the tools to the students for them to reference to take notes on when I am going over the tools. Of course, I only have CS2 on my home computer which is a little different! I am wondering if anyone here could take a screen-shot of their Illustrator with the following open. This would be greatly appreciated!

- Default Toolbar (on left usually)
- Pathfinder toolbar
- Navigator toolbar
- Color Toolbar w/ Swatches and stroke
- Appearance and Layers

It doesnt matter where they are on the screen, I can move each around for the handout. Thanks in advance!!
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Hello All. I am a technology education teacher and on Monday the students are going to be starting a T-Shirt design to screen print using Illustrator CS3. My problem here is that I want to make a handout with the default toolbar (on the left side usually) that will show and explain all the tools to the students for them to reference to take notes on when I am going over the tools. Of course, I only have CS2 on my home computer which is a little different! I am wondering if anyone here could take a screen-shot of their Illustrator with the following open. This would be greatly appreciated!

- Default Toolbar (on left usually)
- Pathfinder toolbar
- Navigator toolbar
- Color Toolbar w/ Swatches and stroke
- Appearance and Layers

It doesnt matter where they are on the screen, I can move each around for the handout. Thanks in advance!!
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