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Paint Shop Pro 9 for Dummies (For Dummies)by David Kay
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Retouch, reshape, and re-create your graphics for amazing images
Create great graphics and Web-friendly images, or fix photos that need help
Want your photos and graphics to be picture-perfect? This book is your buddy. It will help you capture and scan images, create a virtual painting, repair damaged, dark, or blurry photos, add Aunt Louise to the picture and get the red out of Uncle Joe's eyes, and produce great prints or post your masterpieces online.
Discover how to:
About the Author
David Kay is a writer, an engineer, an artist, and a naturalist who has written or cowritten more than a dozen computer books. William "The Ferrett" Steinmetz is a freelance Webmaster and editor.
Table of Contents
Part I: The Basics.
Chapter 1: Opening, Viewing, Managing, and Saving Image Files.
Chapter 2: Getting Bigger, Smaller, and Turned Around.
Chapter 3: Selecting Parts of an Image.
Chapter 4: Moving, Copying, and Reshaping Parts of Your Image.
Part II: Prettying Up Photographs.
Chapter 5: Capturing Pictures from Paper, Camera, or Screen.
Chapter 6: Fixing Broken Pictures: Removing Scratches, Blurry Parts, and Red Eye.
Chapter 7: Adjusting Your Picture’s Brightness, Contrast, and Color.
Chapter 8: Heavy-Duty Photo Alterations: Adding People and Removing Zits.
Part III: Painting Pictures.
Chapter 9: Basic Painting, Spraying, and Filling.
Chapter 10: Advanced Painting for the Artiste.
Chapter 11: Layering Images.
Chapter 12: Adding Layers of Text or Shapes.
Chapter 13: Adding Artsy Effects.
Part IV: Taking It to the Street.
Chapter 14: Printing.
Chapter 15: Creating Web-Friendly Images.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten Perplexing Problems.
Chapter 17: Ten Fast Fixes for Photo Failures.
Chapter 18: Ten Topics a Little Too Advanced for the Rest of This Book.
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