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Creative Cloud Learning Center Tutorials

The Creative Cloud Learning Center provides tutorials for the growing portfolio of CC apps. Be sure to bookmark this page as I update it as new apps are released or links change on Adobe.com.

Creative Cloud Tutorials | Creative Cloud for Enterprise Learning Hub | Enterprise IT Resources for Creative Cloud

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Photoshop CC | Lightroom Classic CCLightroom CC

Dimension CCIllustrator CC | InDesign CC | Acrobat DC

Adobe XD | Dreamweaver CC | Animate CC (Formerly Flash CC)

Premiere Pro CC | Premiere RushAfter Effects CC | Character Animator CC | Audition CC

==== ARCHIVED APPLICATIONS ====
The following applications are EOL (end of life), but still have tutorial content. This list changes to reflect only product tutorials available on adobe.com

Muse | Speedgrade

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Check Current Status of Creative Cloud

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What’s New in Creative Cloud – Keep Track of Continuing Updates

A primary benefit of Creative Cloud is the ongoing feature releases for desktop apps. It can be tough keeping up with every release so I’ve provided a list of popular CC apps with links to their “What’s New” feature timeline. Be sure to bookmark this page as I continually update it with new app releases, and changes to the permanent links on Adobe.com.

== Check Current Status of Creative Cloud ==

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Creative Cloud | Creative Cloud Desktop App

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Photoshop CC | Lightroom Classic CC | Lightroom CC | Bridge CC

Dimension CC | Illustrator CC | InDesign CC | Acrobat DC

Adobe XD | Dreamweaver CC | Animate CC (Formerly Flash CC) |

Premiere Pro CC | Premiere Rush | After Effects CC | Character Animator CC | Audition CC

===== ARCHIVED APPLICATIONS =====
The following applications are EOL (end of life). You may continue to use, but there is no ongoing support.

Muse | Speedgrade | Fireworks | Encore | Edge Animate

 

Fix Undo Shortcut Key in Photoshop CC 2019

Location of legacy undo shortcut in Photoshop

If you are a Photoshop user who did not celebrate the change of Undo’s keyboard shortcut to CMD+Z (Mac) CTRL+Z (PC) from the old guard of CMD+OPT+Z/CTRL+ALT+Z then I’m here to help.

You can change back to the legacy Undo shortcut by going to Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts

While the short term benefit of using the legacy shortcut key is uninterrupted workflow, I advise getting used to the change sooner than later.