8 Replies Latest reply on Mar 21, 2007 6:20 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Picture Frame Around Photos

    caseyo4 Level 1
      I have a photo (.jpeg) and would like to put a "picture frame" around it. I did it once, but forgot how. Help please!
        • 1. Re: Picture Frame Around Photos
          Level 7
          b cole wrote:
          > I have a photo (.jpeg) and would like to put a "picture frame" around it. I did it once, but forgot how. Help please!

          Select your image.
          Go to Commands > Creative > Add Picture Frame

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          • 2. Re: Picture Frame Around Photos
            Level 7
            That's too easy maaan ...
            :)

            Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:. wrote:
            > b cole wrote:
            >> I have a photo (.jpeg) and would like to put a "picture frame" around
            >> it. I did it once, but forgot how. Help please!
            >
            > Select your image.
            > Go to Commands > Creative > Add Picture Frame
            >
            • 3. Re: Picture Frame Around Photos
              Level 7
              Alex Mariño wrote:
              > That's too easy maaan ...
              > :)
              >
              > Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:. wrote:
              >> b cole wrote:
              >>> I have a photo (.jpeg) and would like to put a "picture frame" around
              >>> it. I did it once, but forgot how. Help please!
              >>
              >> Select your image.
              >> Go to Commands > Creative > Add Picture Frame
              >>


              Next time I'll devise a more convoluted method ;-)

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              • 4. Re: Picture Frame Around Photos
                Level 7
                Didn't you write a tut in CMX on frames, Jim or was it Kim?

                Peter
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                | Alex Mariño wrote:
                | > That's too easy maaan ...
                | > :)
                | >
                | > Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:. wrote:
                | >> b cole wrote:
                | >>> I have a photo (.jpeg) and would like to put a "picture frame" around
                | >>> it. I did it once, but forgot how. Help please!
                | >>
                | >> Select your image.
                | >> Go to Commands > Creative > Add Picture Frame
                | >>
                |
                |
                | Next time I'll devise a more convoluted method ;-)
                |
                | --
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                • 5. Re: Picture Frame Around Photos
                  Level 7
                  It was Kim. http://www.communitymx.com/abstract.cfm?cid=160A0

                  "PJR" <flash@SLICEreclusivebillionaire.com> wrote in message
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                  | Didn't you write a tut in CMX on frames, Jim or was it Kim?
                  |
                  | Peter
                  | _________________________
                  | "Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:."
                  | <jbabbage@newmediaservices.ca> wrote in message
                  | news:etpn81$47e$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                  || Alex Mariño wrote:
                  || > That's too easy maaan ...
                  || > :)
                  || >
                  || > Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:. wrote:
                  || >> b cole wrote:
                  || >>> I have a photo (.jpeg) and would like to put a "picture frame" around
                  || >>> it. I did it once, but forgot how. Help please!
                  || >>
                  || >> Select your image.
                  || >> Go to Commands > Creative > Add Picture Frame
                  || >>
                  ||
                  ||
                  || Next time I'll devise a more convoluted method ;-)
                  ||
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                  |
                  |


                  • 6. Re: Picture Frame Around Photos
                    Level 7
                    I did two others, not using the picture frame command:

                    Creating a Digital Framed Print in Fireworks
                    http://www.communitymx.com/abstract.cfm?cid=ABFE7

                    and

                    Creating a Digital Photo Matte in Fireworks
                    http://www.communitymx.com/abstract.cfm?cid=3E29C

                    And I've actually come up with a third one that DOES use the picture
                    frame command, but it's yet to be written.

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                    PJR wrote:
                    > Didn't you write a tut in CMX on frames, Jim or was it Kim?
                    >
                    > Peter
                    > _________________________
                    > "Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:."
                    > <jbabbage@newmediaservices.ca> wrote in message
                    > news:etpn81$47e$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                    > | Alex Mariño wrote:
                    > | > That's too easy maaan ...
                    > | > :)
                    > | >
                    > | > Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:. wrote:
                    > | >> b cole wrote:
                    > | >>> I have a photo (.jpeg) and would like to put a "picture frame" around
                    > | >>> it. I did it once, but forgot how. Help please!
                    > | >>
                    > | >> Select your image.
                    > | >> Go to Commands > Creative > Add Picture Frame
                    > | >>
                    > |
                    > |
                    > | Next time I'll devise a more convoluted method ;-)
                    > |
                    > | --
                    > | Jim Babbage - .:Community MX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:.
                    > | Extending Knowledge, Daily
                    > | http://www.communityMX.com/
                    > | CommunityMX - Free Resources:
                    > | http://www.communitymx.com/free.cfm
                    > | ---
                    > | .:Adobe Community Expert for Fireworks:.
                    > | news://forums.macromedia.com/macromedia.fireworks
                    > | news://forums.macromedia.com/macromedia.dreamweaver
                    >
                    >

                    • 7. Re: Picture Frame Around Photos
                      Level 7
                      I thought I'd seen those Jim, but a search on "Picture Frame Fireworks "only
                      brought up 2 articles by Kim, the one I posted and his polaroidizer one?

                      "Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:."
                      <jbabbage@newmediaservices.ca> wrote in message
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                      |I did two others, not using the picture frame command:
                      |
                      | Creating a Digital Framed Print in Fireworks
                      | http://www.communitymx.com/abstract.cfm?cid=ABFE7
                      |
                      | and
                      |
                      | Creating a Digital Photo Matte in Fireworks
                      | http://www.communitymx.com/abstract.cfm?cid=3E29C
                      |
                      | And I've actually come up with a third one that DOES use the picture
                      | frame command, but it's yet to be written.
                      |
                      | --
                      | Jim Babbage - .:Community MX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:.
                      | Extending Knowledge, Daily
                      | http://www.communityMX.com/
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                      | http://www.communitymx.com/free.cfm
                      | ---
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                      | news://forums.macromedia.com/macromedia.dreamweaver
                      |
                      |
                      | PJR wrote:
                      | > Didn't you write a tut in CMX on frames, Jim or was it Kim?
                      | >
                      | > Peter
                      | > _________________________
                      | > "Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:."
                      | > <jbabbage@newmediaservices.ca> wrote in message
                      | > news:etpn81$47e$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                      | > | Alex Mariño wrote:
                      | > | > That's too easy maaan ...
                      | > | > :)
                      | > | >
                      | > | > Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:. wrote:
                      | > | >> b cole wrote:
                      | > | >>> I have a photo (.jpeg) and would like to put a "picture frame"
                      around
                      | > | >>> it. I did it once, but forgot how. Help please!
                      | > | >>
                      | > | >> Select your image.
                      | > | >> Go to Commands > Creative > Add Picture Frame
                      | > | >>
                      | > |
                      | > |
                      | > | Next time I'll devise a more convoluted method ;-)
                      | > |
                      | > | --
                      | > | Jim Babbage - .:Community MX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:.
                      | > | Extending Knowledge, Daily
                      | > | http://www.communityMX.com/
                      | > | CommunityMX - Free Resources:
                      | > | http://www.communitymx.com/free.cfm
                      | > | ---
                      | > | .:Adobe Community Expert for Fireworks:.
                      | > | news://forums.macromedia.com/macromedia.fireworks
                      | > | news://forums.macromedia.com/macromedia.dreamweaver
                      | >
                      | >
                      |


                      • 8. Re: Picture Frame Around Photos
                        Level 7
                        Hmmm - better check those key words . . .

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                        PJR wrote:
                        > I thought I'd seen those Jim, but a search on "Picture Frame Fireworks "only
                        > brought up 2 articles by Kim, the one I posted and his polaroidizer one?
                        >
                        > "Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:."
                        > <jbabbage@newmediaservices.ca> wrote in message
                        > news:etprh4$92f$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                        > |I did two others, not using the picture frame command:
                        > |
                        > | Creating a Digital Framed Print in Fireworks
                        > | http://www.communitymx.com/abstract.cfm?cid=ABFE7
                        > |
                        > | and
                        > |
                        > | Creating a Digital Photo Matte in Fireworks
                        > | http://www.communitymx.com/abstract.cfm?cid=3E29C
                        > |
                        > | And I've actually come up with a third one that DOES use the picture
                        > | frame command, but it's yet to be written.
                        > |
                        > | --
                        > | Jim Babbage - .:Community MX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:.
                        > | Extending Knowledge, Daily
                        > | http://www.communityMX.com/
                        > | CommunityMX - Free Resources:
                        > | http://www.communitymx.com/free.cfm
                        > | ---
                        > | .:Adobe Community Expert for Fireworks:.
                        > | news://forums.macromedia.com/macromedia.fireworks
                        > | news://forums.macromedia.com/macromedia.dreamweaver
                        > |
                        > |
                        > | PJR wrote:
                        > | > Didn't you write a tut in CMX on frames, Jim or was it Kim?
                        > | >
                        > | > Peter
                        > | > _________________________
                        > | > "Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:."
                        > | > <jbabbage@newmediaservices.ca> wrote in message
                        > | > news:etpn81$47e$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                        > | > | Alex Mariño wrote:
                        > | > | > That's too easy maaan ...
                        > | > | > :)
                        > | > | >
                        > | > | > Jim Babbage - .:CMX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:. wrote:
                        > | > | >> b cole wrote:
                        > | > | >>> I have a photo (.jpeg) and would like to put a "picture frame"
                        > around
                        > | > | >>> it. I did it once, but forgot how. Help please!
                        > | > | >>
                        > | > | >> Select your image.
                        > | > | >> Go to Commands > Creative > Add Picture Frame
                        > | > | >>
                        > | > |
                        > | > |
                        > | > | Next time I'll devise a more convoluted method ;-)
                        > | > |
                        > | > | --
                        > | > | Jim Babbage - .:Community MX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:.
                        > | > | Extending Knowledge, Daily
                        > | > | http://www.communityMX.com/
                        > | > | CommunityMX - Free Resources:
                        > | > | http://www.communitymx.com/free.cfm
                        > | > | ---
                        > | > | .:Adobe Community Expert for Fireworks:.
                        > | > | news://forums.macromedia.com/macromedia.fireworks
                        > | > | news://forums.macromedia.com/macromedia.dreamweaver
                        > | >
                        > | >
                        > |
                        >
                        >