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I'm no math wizard, so maybe someone else can chime in with a better method, but this is how I would go about it.
- Make sure that your image and canvas size is 80 inches wide (72 + 4 + 4) by 36 inches high.
- In the View menu, make sure that Snap to > Guides and to document bounds is turned on.
- Select the rectangular marquee tool and in the control panel, set it to a fixed size of 24 inches wide.
- Click on the image and line up the left edge of the marquee with the left edge of the image.
- Put your cursor in the vertical ruler (View > Show Ruler if it is not showing), and drag a ruler guide to the right edge of the marquee.
- Click on the image again and line up the right edge of the marquee with the right edge of the canvas.
- Drag a vertical ruler guide to the left edge of the marquee.
- Change the width of the marquee to 28 inches.
- Repeat the process, lining up the marquee and dragging vertical guides. Should look something like this:
- Image > Duplicate.
- In the duplicate image use the Crop tool to crop the first panel. Save the file as panel 1.
- Undo the crop and crop the center panel. Save as panel 2. Repeat the undo, crop and save for the third panel.
Extremely helpful thank you so much!
Thank you so much for the help!
You're most welcome.