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I want to create graphics for my website.

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micheal
(Micheal@hotmail.com) on
Sun, Dec 16, 01 at 0:43

What is the procedure? Thank you.


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RE: I want to create graphics for my website.

Probably the easist way is to buy Paint Shop Pro 7 and learn how to use the program. there are many filter plug-ins that work in PSP7 that let you make 3-D looking letters, etc. I have made fancy line breaks(dividers), chains, victorian style borders, and a lot of other images for webpages. PSP7 also comes with animation shop 3 for even more moving images you can make. My whole webpage was made with PSP6 and 7.

Paint Shop Pro Tutorials

JamesS


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RE: I want to create graphics for my website.

Thank you JamesS. Are there any freeware programs available that can do the same job.


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RE: I want to create graphics for my website.

This one is Free, might be hard to start with but I would grab a copy (Free registration also) before they decide to charge for it.

Here is a link that might be useful: Strata


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You could also check out this site, lots of Freebies

Here is a link that might be useful: FreeSoftware


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RE: I want to create graphics for my website.

Thank you Dale, appreciate it.


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RE: I want to create graphics for my website.

James,

I have Eye Candy on my Christmas wish list. I have bookmarked your page.

I'm still learning PSP, and just wrote my first tutorial.

I'm hoping the group in the graphic and scanning forum will get going again after the holidays. It's nice to learn things with/from other people.

Marian


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RE: I want to create graphics for my website.-Doublem

Marian, please contact me by email for information on Eyecandy.

penrose2@sanctum.com

JamesS


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RE: I want to create graphics for my website.

Thanks, JamesS,

I just sent you an e-mail

Marian


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