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Just Before You Finish A Tut......

Posted by flutteringby (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 26, 06 at 14:00

Hi All,

I just finished a tut by Abby's Alley Graphics & More......& she had this interesting little tidbit at the end:

"When you are nearing the end of a tutorial & before doing a final save, you can go to Image > Image Information & click on the "Creator Information" tab. In the description field, add the tutorial name, url (& other info, such as font used etc) Then save as a PSP file. That information is saved along with the image. The next time you say to yourself, "I wish I could remember which tut I used" you will have all the info available in the image itself.
Then do your final save & export as a .jpg"

This tip is similar to the one that we XP users do with a .jpg image......right click on the .JPG > Properties > Summary & add dates, ages, names of people, places etc. that are in the .jpg......the digital equivalent of writing on the back of a photo!.... : ))


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RE: Just Before You Finish A Tut......

Thanks Flutteringby, both are great tips, I wasn't aware of either.

RE: Just Before You Finish A Tut......

Wow. Hope I can remember to do that. Thats a great idea.

RE: Just Before You Finish A Tut......

WOW Didn't even realise that was an option.
LOL Thank you for teaching me a new tick.
Sue :)

RE: Just Before You Finish A Tut......



RE: Just Before You Finish A Tut......

Thank you so much for posting these two tips - I had never heard of either one - wonderful information!


RE: Just Before You Finish A Tut......

As I said, I wasn't aware of the Psp tip but I think its can add any info that you want!

Once you XP users start adding info to your .jpg images; you will find that when you rest your pointer on that .jpg thumbnail or icon, all the info will appear in the little "balloon" that you don't have to keep going to properties to view the info....

Aren't these computers amazing??


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