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Oh Goodness Joy!

Posted by Urlee (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 18, 05 at 12:47

Look what I found?

CLICK

Elaine, do you want a blue golfball? Scroll it to see.

~Urlee~


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Hee hee!

Gals, you can make your own golf balls in PSP8!

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~Urlee~


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I did this in PSPX so I guess it was the OPERATOR at fault before! Carol------You have to get X to have this pattern. Hee hee. Am I teasing you enough?

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~Urlee~


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Wow - I have to go and try that. So darn busy for the next couple of weeks I won't be around much (except to lurk and admire). Between getting everything arranged to close the house for 5 mths, packing up and taking care of all the details for two aged parents - it's a busy time. However when I finally get to Myrtle Beach - I'll have lots to play with.
Thanks for this Urlee - another great site to see and looks like I'll have fun making golf balls. Sure beats losing them in the bush.

Elaine


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But is text on a curve any easier than PSP8. That is one thing I fall back on PSP7 for, it was so much easier. Urlee did you get my e-mail?
Carol


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And where is Joy? I'm waiting on her imput of X. Just received an e-mail form Corel offering it for $59.00.
Carol


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Carol,
I didn't try text on a curve with either one so I can't answer you on that. Will have to check on that.
Yes I just saw your e-mail and replied, thank you.

~Urlee~


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Urlee, good find. Balls and Bubbles should work about the same in PSP 8/9/X.

Joy


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