Paint Shop Pro 7 For Dummies

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Paint Shop Pro 7 For Dummies is well-suited to business and technical professionals and their office staff who prefer to do the image work themselves, rather than invoke the delay, cost, and uncertainty of turning it over to a specialist. This book addresses common needs such as: image sizing, cropping, enhancement, correction of defects, special effects, and certain special applications such as Web sites. Paint Shop Pro 7 For Dummies shows you how to use the new, powerful design and editing features including ...
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Overview

Paint Shop Pro 7 For Dummies is well-suited to business and technical professionals and their office staff who prefer to do the image work themselves, rather than invoke the delay, cost, and uncertainty of turning it over to a specialist. This book addresses common needs such as: image sizing, cropping, enhancement, correction of defects, special effects, and certain special applications such as Web sites. Paint Shop Pro 7 For Dummies shows you how to use the new, powerful design and editing features including vector-based editable text tool options, multiple color/transparency gradients, Animation Shop 2, JPEG and GIF optimizer tools, and the enhanced visual browser file management. Many users learn the basics themselves, but often stumble when using the tool. Paint Shop Pro 7 For Dummies will guide you to choose the right tool for your project, explain how to use it effectively, and help you understand what aspect of the image needs to be altered.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764506932
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 11/15/2000
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 424
  • Product dimensions: 7.39 (w) x 9.18 (h) x 0.99 (d)

Meet the Author

David Kay wrote Microsoft(r) Works Suite 2000 For Dummies(r) and coauthored Dragon NaturallySpeaking(TM) For Dummies. He enjoys painting and photography in his free time.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

PART I: Getting the Picture.

Chapter 1: Introducing Paint Shop Pro.

Chapter 2: Starting, Opening, and Saving Image Files.

Chapter 3: Capturing Pictures from Paper, Camera, or Screen.

PART II: Painting the Picture.

Chapter 4: Choosing Colors, Styles, and Textures.

Chapter 5: Fundamental Painting, Spraying, and Filling.

Chapter 6: Painting with Pictures.

PART III: Improving Appearances.

Chapter 7: Retouching Touchy Spots.

Chapter 8: Finessing Photos with Effects.

Chapter 9: Creating Artsy Effects.

Chapter 10: Adjusting Color by Bits.

Chapter 11: Laundering Your Image for Brightness, Contrast, and Color.

PART IV: Changing and Adding Content.

Chapter 12: Getting Bigger, Smaller, and Turned Around.

Chapter 13: Selecting Parts of an Image.

Chapter 14: Moving, Copying, and Reshaping Parts of Your Image.

Chapter 15: Layering Images.

Chapter 16: Adding Layers of Text or Shapes.

Chapter 17: Masking Layers.

PART V: Taking It to the Street.

Chapter 18: Printing.

Chapter 19: Creating Web Images.

Chapter 20: Animating in Animation Shop.

PART VI: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 21: Ten Perplexing Problems.

Chapter 22: Ten Fast Fixes for Photo Failures.

Index.

Book Registration Information.

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