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A pretty one

Posted by elly1 (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 10, 06 at 10:46

Hi folks,
I did this one some time ago, and had to searching for the link.
did someone post a while ago a place in PSP where you could store info about a tut - like the link, date done etc?
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Here is a link that might be useful: link to tut (I hope)


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A gorgeous tut,beautifully done and my favourite flowers.


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Wow another pretty one Elly!!!
Judy


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That is really pretty Elly. I don't remember the post you spoke of, but that would be great info to have. As of now I just save the tuts to my favorites, which is getting pretty large. I have added dates to some of them you can change what you want it to read as you save or add it to "My Favorites
Carol


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I saved those instructions, can't remember who posted it so hope they don't mind if I post it again for you.

"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!.... : ))

Elaine


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Wow, Elaine,
Thank you very much I have both tips saved in my new graphics folder in Word.....I really should post here more - you people are always so sweet and helpful...

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Elly


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Elly, you are a Vet? We are all proud of you!!!!!
Carol

My husband on the top, his dad in center and my dad bottom.


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Elaine.....thanks for reposting my tut info tip....I've had a devil of a time trying to log in & I've only just been able to get in (been trying for 4 days)....hopefully things are sorted out now.... : ))

FlutteringBy


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FlutteringBy - Thank you for posting it in the first place - I'm so glad I had saved it. Very interesting info.

Elaine


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Hey gals,
That tut info is fantastic...
Now I have to go back and do it with as many tuts as I have done in the past, and will definitely do it in the future...
Wow....great stuff here!!
Elly


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