Question about Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC
With Elements 5.0, I pull up an image from the catalog into the "Full Edit" screen, I use the zoom feature to zoom the image somewhat to become the image I want to save and print, I hit the "save as" button under file, and then (1) the image I've "saved" is the full, unzoomed or unchanged image that I originally pulled into the "Full Edit" screen prior to editing; or (2) I cannot find the new, edited (zoomed) image at all; and (3) I cannot then print or burn the edited (zoomed) image. I would be extremely appreciative if somebody could explain, step by step, how to save and burn or save and print the zoomed (edited) image. Sorry for such an elementary question. I can find no step by step guidance about saving edited images through the help screens that doesn't assume one already knows a lot about the program and, of course, no manual was provided for my $99. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!!!
When you zoom in most any photo editing program, all you do is change the appearance of the picture on your screen; nothing happens to the file, merely the size of the image you are viewing. To change the size for the file, here are detailed instructions:
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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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The Screen Format feature allows you to change how the image of a 4:3 picture
is displayed on your 16:9 screen. The options are Normal, Zoom or Stretch. If
your TV receives an image with a 4:3 aspect ratio, the image can be displayed in
one of three ways:
Normal The image of a 4:3 video signal is centered with black bars on the
right and left sides of the screen
To get ito this setting mode
Enter the main menu and go to preferences select the screen format; option-2; and change the settings to get a full picture.
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