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    Paint Shop Pro Tutorials!

    Found some really good Tutorials for PSP.....I know not too many people use this but I figured I'd post it anyway for those that do and may find it useful.

    This is a list of all their Tutorials:
    Tutorials

    Chilly Text
    Fire Text
    Stone Text
    Glowing Text
    Digital Text
    Metallic Text
    Wood Text
    Drippy Text
    Watermark Text
    Icey Text
    Smokey Text
    Glass Text
    Ghastly Text
    Text With Filters
    Trippy Text
    Stained Glass Text
    Water Drops
    Transparent GIFS
    Using Layers
    Using Masks
    Using Selections
    Using Selections II
    Using Selections III
    Texture Mapping
    Using Papers


    Here is the link to the site
    http://abcwebworx.com/psp/index.htm

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    Thanks for the list, I love PSP9, Can't say the same since Corel Draw bought them and put out PSP 10, although there are some nice features in it, it's not as good as the older versions, one of the annoying things for me is that I shot mostly RAW when I upload my photo to PSP10 and does a little PP I lose all the EXIF info, never happens with PSP9 I've spent an unbelievable amount of time emailing Corel and they keep saying they'll look into it and YADA YADA YADA. One thing I do love about the PSP programs is the ease in which you can resize and or print photos, one of the best. For the price they can't be beat, If you can't afford Photoshop get this one, I think it's even better than Elements.
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    i used the free trial of psp10 and liked it, i also have a (Cracked...sorry, forgive me please) version of psp6 or 7 i forget..lol and it was good too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zacker
    i used the free trial of psp10 and liked it, i also have a (Cracked...sorry, forgive me please) version of psp6 or 7 i forget..lol and it was good too!
    -zacker-
    Don't get me wrong about PSP10, My only complaint was that it stripped way the EXIF info when I shoot in RAW with my 10D, I'm going to try it with my G3 and see, I will say one thing support from Corel has been good, and they are very puzzled. For the money, usually on sale under $100, the program can't be beat. Does everything I need does a lot that adobe does and in my opinion does it easier. So for someone who wants a decent and inexpensive program I strongly recommend it.
    Check it out and see what else it offers.

    http://www.corel.com/servlet/Satelli...=1047024307383
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