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Copying Chucks Display

  • Subject: Copying Chucks Display
  • From: "Mike Greenfield" <mgreenfield@cinci.rr.com>
  • Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2009 20:32:10 -0500

On top of knowing loads, and sharing it with us, you manage to surprise me again, with this smart display of a whole lot of sdlgs and their parents on one page!
How did you do it?
 If you could also so share the technique you've used, i would definitely try to emulate you there too!
 
Loïc
 
 Loïc you open a new image (blank) in a photo program or a new custom project in a print program. Chuck used a blank about 30 cm X 25 cm.  Make it whatever size you think you want.  Using the text and a line feature  for the lines. Then just open or import the photo files and after making smaller just arrange like he did. After you are done go to file/save as and on the drop down select jepg.
 
E-mail if you need more help
 
Mike Greenfield
 
 

 



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