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    i saw that & wondered if that was going to be as close as i could get to the "note" section. thanks for that!

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    It is as close as I could find. I just used it on a CT layout, and it worked OK, I put the fonts I used in the comment section, that was a great help as I never remember what fonts I used when I go to post the lo.

    Quote Originally Posted by britaneejean View Post
    i saw that & wondered if that was going to be as close as i could get to the "note" section. thanks for that!


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    Thanks Tricia , i have Cs4 , Lucky lone has 2 I.T. stepsons to give her plenty of advise!

    Also if you want you can D|click on the layer and type in the name of the designer, ribbons things you used in your layout
    ,im trying to do that when i remember LOL!
    Last edited by landofoz; 05-04-2010 at 06:33 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by landofoz View Post
    Thanks Tricia , i have Cs4 , Lucky lone has 2 I.T. stepsons to give her plenty of advise!
    Yeah.. just wish they knew something about Photoshop!! LOL They are great with hardward issues though.

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    For all you PSE users....

    Anything you put into the File Info section;
    after you save your PSD & Flattened JPG, you can then bring up the Properties Box and find your info under the Subject box.

    I am finding I am using this all the time now. Then you can just copy that info and paste it when adding your layouts to the galleries.


  6. Wink

    This is an awesome tip! I had made up a page with instructions on this, also. The only difference in mine is that I thought it started with CS5.



    It's a wee bit different, but, perhaps it will help, anyway.

    Thank you!

    Su

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