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Photoshop to GIMP Link 
Gailen J - 5/3/2012
How close are the Photoshop lessons with any version of GIMP? Or is GIMP something that could be lesson in the future? GIMP is in my price range and I am a complete newbie with either.


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adding layers Link 
Ray Lammbert - 12/30/2011
I'm an addict for Photoshop Books and have been buying them since starting with Phoroshop 7. The best I've found is "Layers" by Matt Kloskowshi ISBN 10 #: 0-321-53416-6. Publisher Peachpit Press.
It's fairly old published 2008 but I still use it to prompt the old grey cells. Hope this helps
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1exadecima1 colour code5 with meaning Link 
Mubeezi Micah - 5/20/2011
Dear Alex,

What a site! I just tried copying the color code into an Access form and it works perfect.
Thanks a lot for sharing.
MICAH
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1exadecima1 colour code5 with meaning Link 
Alex Hedley - 5/16/2011
Just found a cool site [http://lexadecimal.com/]

Lexadecimal: A hexadecimal colour code whose letters and numbers form an English word.

Found Access #acce55 and it's actually light green, guess Microsoft need to change it from purple :p Read More...
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Stephen - 11/4/2010
This should be easy, but I have not used PS in years. I cut an
image that I want to impose over a new background. I have the
2 images but I can't combine them. I also want to add text
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