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Paint Shop Pro 9 For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-7645-7935-6
376 pages
January 2005
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  • Published in conjunction with the next version of Paint Shop Pro software, this easy-to-use reference shows how to edit photos and create high-quality, professional-looking graphics
  • Covers how to capture images from a variety of different media-paper, camera, and screen
  • More advanced topics include retouching, adjusting colors, creating artistic effects, adding layers of text and shapes, masking layers, and creating Web images
  • A sixteen-page color insert features before-and-after image edits and graphics highlighting the visual effects that people can achieve
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Introduction.

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.

Index.

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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.
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