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Editing exported projects - 12/30/2005 7:23:15 PM   
Nancy B.

 

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I've been creating scrapbook pages with my pictures and then exporting them as jpg's. I can't seem to open them for editing. I take it, that being as I saved them under this format is the reason why? I'm happy with the way they look already, I just tried it for future reference to see if I could.
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RE: Editing exported projects - 12/30/2005 10:35:05 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Nancy B.

I've been creating scrapbook pages with my pictures and then exporting them as jpg's. I can't seem to open them for editing...

A JPG is a flat image. That means no multiple layers and no separate elements. Just like the JPGs that your digital camera creates.

Save your scrapbook page projects as .SBP and you can open them in this program and make additional changes. e.g. change text, resize photo, add new background, etc.

Also, if you plan to print your pages at home, you want to print the .SBP file, NOT the poorer quality, lower resolution JPG file.

< Message edited by lindarobin -- 12/30/2005 10:36:25 PM >

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