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03/27/2006 01:49:46 AM · #1
i found this tutorial amazingly helpful and have achieved some wonderful effects - I have only been using the program for a few weeks. Well done!! Keep up the good work
03/11/2006 01:03:06 PM · #2
Very clear and easy to follow instructions with plenty of screen pics to show you what the steps are. So many instruction guides and tutorials use too much verbage, while a simple picture of what you need to do would be much more efficient. (A picture is worth a thousand words!!)

I was very happy to see that there was a tutorial on Paint Shop Pro, especially on a mainstream site this DPC. I purposely chose to purchase it over the full blown Photoshop program and I am finding it difficult to find good books on PSP. I've had to order them through my local bookstore.

Atlanta, Georgia
03/02/2006 07:28:43 PM · #3
Just wantred to give it a bump cause I just noticed it there. If I had Paint shop Pro I would be reading it.
02/25/2006 09:44:19 AM · #4
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