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Re: Picture software

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Wizzlewolf_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Sun Nov 17 2002 - 08:15:55 PST


Fran,
You don't really need more software. I print several pics on a page all the
time using Photoshop. It is very easy and takes seconds to do.
1. Just open up a "new" page in Photoshop. It will ask for the size you
prefer. Make sure you create the new page in "inches" and is the same size as
your paper.
2. With the new page in the background, open up one of your photos, copy, and
then paste onto the photoshop page. If the photo size needs to be adjusted,
go to "Image Size", change the size to a smaller size and copy the smaller
version.
3. You can move the picture around the Photoshop page by using the "move
tool" in Photoshop. Repeat the process by opening up each of the photos you
want on your Photoshop page. 4. When you have the desired arrangement, you
can print that one page.

P.S. Words of Wizdom: Whenever working with digital photos, always keep a
file of the originals in a separate photo file. When you want to use the
photos, make and use a copy so your originals will be in a safe place and
remain untouched.

If you need more specific directions or run into a problem, feel free to
email me at wizzlewolf@aol.com
Sheree Rensel
BFA, MFA, NBCT
<A HREF="http://www.wizzlewolf.com/rensel.html">Sheree Rensel - Artist</A>
www.wizzlewolf.com
<A HREF="http://www.wizzlewolf.com/ep.html">Electronic Teaching Portfolio</A>

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