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  • Re: Graphics and Tables by Norman Bunn <norman.bunn(at)craftedsolutions.com>
    packaged with Photoshop You can probably find less expensive tools if this is something you do not do very often Norman W Bunn norman bunn at craftedsolutions com 803 405 1008 www CraftedSolutions com Crafted Solutions Inc Web Design Development Web Site Hosting Custom Solutions Get the results the Internet promises get the Net Result from Crafted Solutions David Pippen wrote I would like to know if any one could

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  • Graphics and Tables by "David Pippen" <pipwax1(at)bellsouth.net>
    Sat 12 Feb 2005 18 34 59 0500 To List Graphics hwg graphics at hwg org todo View Thread Original I would like to know if any one could tell me how you create an image and then break it up in tables to be used as a template here ia an example www xmradio com David D Pippen www ruff ryders org photo index htm www pipwax com All

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  • Looking for browser effects by "David Pippen" <pipwax1(at)bellsouth.net>
    Pippen pipwax1 at bellsouth net Date Thu 27 Jan 2005 21 18 20 0500 To List Graphics hwg graphics at hwg org todo View Thread Original http www ruff ryders org flash Huntsville content html Please tell me if this works in as many browsers as possible and Dial Ups David D Pippen www ruff ryders org photo index htm www pipwax com All Outgoing mail has been Scanned By

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  • Re: Left Align on IE6 - Windows XP Question by Donna Smillie <dms(at)zetnet.co.uk>
    elements inside the div Or find a different way to center the elements you want centered on the page Take the DIV away and you ll find that IE6 aligns everything inside the table to the left as usual Regards Donna On Sat 04 Dec 2004 10 36 16 0800 Janet Zagoria honeywebster at comcast net wrote Has anyone heard or witnessed IE6 on Windows XP no longer uses a

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  • Re: Applying text to object that is at an angle by Donna Smillie <dms(at)zetnet.co.uk>
    then use the perspective correction tool to skew it adjust the deform box so it s wider at the end of the text than at the beginning then use the deform tool to reduce the width of the text and it will look like it s going away from you Give me a shout if you want more detail Regards Donna On Mon 16 Aug 2004 11 34 15 1000 Kathy Wheeler kathyw at home albury net au wrote On 15 08 2004 at 7 17 AM Louis M Hall wrote I want to know how to put new text on the side of that truck For example I want to place this text on the side of the truck ACE MOVING VAN COMPANY At an angle the first letter A should be a bit larger than the last letter Y The entire phrase will be at an angle slant or whatever If the lettering is raised one side of each letter say the left side might have to have a drop shadow Is that the way that would be handled I don t know about PSP Louis but you could certainly do it with Photoshop Elements way cheaper than

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  • RE: Applying text to object that is at an angle by "Shelley" <shelley(at)internavigate.com>
    com Cc hwg graphics hwg graphics at hwg org In Reply To net todo View Thread Original My apologies Louis hot long weekend and I was not paying attention not long weekend as in holiday just long weekend as in work And as Jim pointed out I changed your gender lol What can I say when you re office gets so hot that the sweat drips in your eyes you

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  • Re: Applying text to object that is at an angle by Kathy Wheeler <kathyw(at)home.albury.net.au>
    MOVING VAN COMPANY At an angle the first letter A should be a bit larger than the last letter Y The entire phrase will be at an angle slant or whatever If the lettering is raised one side of each letter say the left side might have to have a drop shadow Is that the way that would be handled I don t know about PSP Louis but you could

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  • hwg-graphics mailing list archives: database status
    12472 messages in this archive The earliest message is dated 19971201 the latest message is dated 20050215 The archive software was last modified Date 2005 05 12 06 06 17

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