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Hi

Im looking for a simple image manipulation programme to crop pictures, and wondering if anyone knows of a simple easy to use one.Pref free,

Many thanks

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You can get Photoshop Album 2.0 starter edition with Adobe Reader 7, if you already have adobe reader, open it, click help, check for updates and it will offer photoshop album as an update.

This has the easiest crop tool I have used.

Click fix after you use it to open an image
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Hi

Many thanks for your reply. I downloaded, but for some reason it won't install update.

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Try here

http://www.adobe.com....jsp?ftpID=2977

This is for photoshop album 3.0
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Hi Keith,

I managed to download OK> However I can't figure out how to "trace around a figure" and the crop out the unwanted material. There's probably a way, some how.

Cheers

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You probably won't get this feature on a free programme, there are programmes which will let you select an area of the image and cut out that or the rest of the image
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Photoshop CS has a trial for 30 days you could try.
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Hi to all,

Many thanks for your unselfish help.

I'm new to all this and trying to pick ip up.

Again many thanks


Grandpa
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