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I downloaded a copy of paintshop. I have tons of templates that I like to use. How do I use them in paintshop? I'm trying to paste a picture or a paper in a single layer. I can't figure it out!!! LOL. Any help would save my sanity!!
From what I hear people love photoshop Elements. It has most of the capabilities that photoshop has without the hefty price tag I'd say templates are easy to use in PS CS2 but I don't use them all that often so I'm not the best to ask. But I've never had an issue with any that I have used.
Thanks Nicole (MommaDucks) for my new & awesome siggy.
I decided to add a tutorial on my blog for using a template in PSP. I didn't like any of the tutorials out there and there wasn't much so I wrote my own. Here you go. Let me know if you have any questions with it.
Thanks so much. I was going to post a LO that I did and hit the hay, but now I may be tempted to check that out.
I'm going to post a LO that I did that was a quick click or whatever it was called and then I added some stuff.
I went and looked at it. You made it super easy. Much easier then the two other tuts out there. Thanks so much. I may actually get some sleep tonight..lol. I even downloaded gimp on the new computer bc I was ready to give up.
do i need to deselect the layer that i just pasted my paper in? If so, how do I do that. I'm having a little issue. I can paste a paper in one layer. but when I go to try another layer, it doesn't work. Instead of the whol rectangle highlighting, just a random part of it does.