I am wrestling with a conundrum in this book, that is, how to provide meaningful help concerning some extraordinarily deep software. Trying to explain how to use even one of the CS4 applications in 300 pages is very difficult.
To explain how all of them work is ridiculously impossible.
So, rather than writing a manual on how each of these applications works, I decided to show how these applications integrate. Because, as I've discovered doing my research, there are many books that do the former, and none that do the latter.
This chapter shows you how to move stuff around and, along the way, answers the question why you would want to do so.
We'll start with a discussion of Round-Tripping versus Dynamic Linking: ...