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I want to know about the basic tools of photoshop

As how can i change letters from any document , how can i paste a photo on any document.

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For basic tools for photoshop u can go here a great learning tools for beginners
http://www.photoshopwebsite.com/photoshop-tutorials/50-basic-photoshop-tutorials-for-beginners/

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I need to know what settings to use to print a document to a photo


If you can see 100% of your document on your monitor (screen), you could do a screen shot of it (hit the Prt Scr button) and then crop that to your needs. When you hit the Prt Scr button, that copies your entire screen to the "clipboard". Then you can paste it into a program like Paint and save it as a file with a .jpg file extension (a photo).

Alternately, you can use Windows "Snipping Tool" (Start, All Programs, Accessories, Snipping Tool). This will allow you to crop the portion of your screen that you want to save. Then save it with a .jpg file extension (a photo).

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Expert mode is located above the document viewer. simply click it to enter into it.


The Expert mode has tools to correct color problems, create special effects, and enhance photos. The Quick mode contains simple tools for correcting color and lighting, and commands to quickly fix common problems, such as red eye. The Guided mode contains tools for basic photo edits, guided activities, and photographic effects. If you are new to digital imaging, Quick or Guided modes are a good place to start fixing photos.

If you've worked with image-editing applications before, you'll find that the Expert mode provides a flexible and powerful image-correction environment. It has lighting and color-correction commands, along with tools for fixing image defects, making selections, adding text, and painting on your images. You can rearrange the Expert workspace to best suit your needs. You can move, hide, and show panels, and arrange panels in the Panel Bin. You can also zoom in or out of the photo, scroll to a different area of the document window, and create multiple windows and views.

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I am really a beginner of ps 7.0 and i dont know how to use pls.


there are a lot of feature in photoshop
if you wish, you can learn about photoshop on http://www.tutorialized.com

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How can we copy telugu matter page maker to photoshop


Select pagemaker text tool select text copy it. go to photo shop select text tool paste there.

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Photoshp CS2 print differnet photos on one sheet photo paper


Hi,

for printing multiple photos in different layouts, photoshop might not be the best program.
You can howerver do it, here is how:

Open a new document with the preset letter (if your printer prints letter format) or Din A4 (if it prints A4 pages).

Open the three (or more, or less =) photos, so that you have four windows in photoshop (one is the blank page)

now with the move tool (tool palette -> top left corner) drag and drop the photos onto the blank page you created.

They might be too big (or too small). In order to change that, hit strg-T (if youre mac thats apple-T).
This will show a frame around the photo, where you can drag the corners to enlarge or shrink the photo. Hold down shift while doing that so the picture stays in proportion (youll see what i mean).

When the pic is the right size, hit the okay button on top of the workspace or just hit enter.

arrange your photos and hit File->Print with Preview (or something like that)
Now you can see how the printer is going to print the page.
If its cut of, youll have to go to Page Setup and set it to Landscape mode (or Portrait)

When you hit okay, Photoshop might tell you that the printer will cut off edges of your picture. This usually isnt true because the edges of your page should be white anyways (most printers dont print to the border of the page, so calculate 1,5 cm or so)

so just hit proceed and print


I hope this wasnt too complicated, come back with more questions if you want =)
also, be sure to try picasa from google for organizing photos (i think you can print from there too)


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I'd select the different levels of gray, and cut the color out of the picture, then paste it into a new document, using the exact same document and canvas sizes each time, so that you end up with three or four new documents, each with a different level of grey. If you're familiar enough with PS, you can do so by adding four new layers, and simply copy and paste the colors to four separate layers, and just hide all layers except the one you're printing currently. PS will ignore all layers that are invisible when printing. Click the 'eye' icon on each layer so that all of them are hidden except the one you want to print.

Hope this will FixYa!!!

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298ead6.jpgPhotoshop has many kinds of tool to make copy (or cut) and paste, such as magic wand, pen, lasoo, etc. For simple cut & paste, use the simple selection tool, see my picture the left arrow. Click on it then make the selection on the picture you want to copy/cut. Then click copy (or cut) and put your cursor in the place you want to paste --> click paste.
Slice tool is more for making webpage, not for cut and paste.
For detail, you can click "help" menu in the Photoshop.

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Text shaping


You can do that eaaily by importing the logo into Adobe Illustrator. Text shapes are a snap.

But if you ONLY have Photoshop, you can still succeed, by doing it manually, which takes a lot longer:

First, determine your text size in points. Just hit the T tool, try a few sizes (undo paste after each test). Once you have a size that fits/looks OK, then make a new TRANSPARENT document and test tool your entire ABCs onto that document (all the letters you will need)

Now select each letter, one by one, copy it, and paste into a location on your logo. Do the letter at the top (pure vertical axis) first using the move tool. Then copy/paste next letter to right, select ROTATE/ARBITRARY, and trial/error a guess at 2 degrees or so, clockwise. Next letter should start at 4 degrees r/clockwise or so. Keep notes on what the last degrees were, because the next letters will always be a factor above that number of degrees.

You get the idea now? As I said, can be done, I do it all the time just to keep the transparency. But will take you half an hour at least, whereas in Illustrator, it can be done in a snap of the fingers.

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