Subject: Re: cropping
To add to what Mary said: In Digital Image Suite, rather than cropping the
open photo, if you drag the photo onto an open layout and then crop, the
original uncropped photo is still open in the Files stack. You can drag it
onto the layout again if you want to crop it in a different way.
> Hi Lori,
> No, it is a bit different, we use a selection tool. Which is wonderful!
> If you want a copy of the photo to stay just make a copy of it and leave
> it open. But with the selections, you just choose a part to cutout either
> by shape or by tracing and just duplicate that, you main photo staying
> unharmed behind your work. So the effect you like is still there, you
> just use a different tool to get it. I am sure if you try it, you will
> fall in love with it.
> There is a free trial for the new version here...
> And if you do buy it and find you don't like it, you can always return it
> to MS with in 30 days. Read about it here...
> Good Luck!
> Proud To Use Picture It:
>>I have PI 2002. I haven't upgraded (want to, though) because one of the
>> functions I really like in PI 2002 is the cropping. Specifically, I like
>> fact that after I crop, if I want to crop that photo again, the original
>> whole photo shows up (cropped and uncropped parts) and I can recrop from
>> and not from the recently cropped picture. I use mostly for
>> so this is a valuable function. I will have one project with many
>> on it and then proceed to crop away at the photos. After playing with
>> layout, I sometimes wish to recrop a photo. Having the whole photo show
>> again to crop is a time saver.
>> Is there a way in DIP 2006 to do this. I have downloaded the trail
>> but am unable to figure out a way to do this.
>> Thank you in advance for your help.
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