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Use photoshop elements 8 to crop photo

Sep 6, 2012 1:34 AM

why cant I use all the features on my photoshop

 
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    Sep 5, 2012 8:51 PM   in reply to carrizap77

    You'll have to tell us more than that if you want us to be able to give you any sensible help. What can't you use? Why not? What operating system and version? Did it ever work?

     
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    Sep 5, 2012 9:24 PM   in reply to carrizap77

    Well, I don't understand those directions at all, unless you're trying to something quite different than just cropping. If you just want to crop an image, you go to Image>Resize>Image Size, and first make sure the setting in pixels per inch is what you want (usually 300 ppi is considered optimum for printing, around 72 for onscreen display). If it's not what you want, turn OFF resample image in the bottom part of the window and change the number to what you want, click OK, then go to the crop tool and drag out a one inch square or enter the dimensions in the options bar before drag, move the crop frame where you want it, and click OK.

     

    To move something from one image to another, which sounds like what your directions are for, not cropping, you must first select it with the selection tool of your choice to tell PSE what you want to copy, then use the regular copy/paste commands for your operating system (ctrl+c/cmd+c, ctrl+v/cmd+v, etc.). To select an entire image, press ctrl+a/cmd+a.

     

    If you just want to copy part of an image rather than cropping it, use the marquee tool to select your one inch square, then copy/paste into the other document.

     
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