I've been thinking about the fact that I haven't had a reason to use Adobe Illustrator since college. I'd like to relearn it, but could never afford to buy it for my own use. Is there a program I could download for free that has the same functions and could save things in a usable format?

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Maybe I'll just go ahead and download illustrator for the time being. I can't get the installation program for inkscape to work, anyway.
I guess I could see if I could work on a computer at Boise State, but I wouldn't really know who to ask. Kinkos sometimes has illustrator, but then I'd have to pay to use their computers.
Thanks everyone.

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