PaintShop Pro offers many ways to customize your workspace to match your own workflow. Various palettes and toolbars are available and they can be selected and arranged in various ways. Let's see how you can customize your palettes so they don't move all the time.
When creating your next scrapbook project, you will be using a variety of papers. You can use solid papers, ombre, patterned, or textured papers. But another type of paper that is a bit less common is maps. You can use map papers in different ways. Let's have a look at some of those.
When the COVID pandemic hit, a lot of in-person meetings had to transition to an online format. Whether we like it or not, it turned out to be a great way to stay in touch, without all the risk associated with in-person meetings. A lot of people ended up discovering Zoom. Although it has been used a lot for classes and work meetings, it has also great potential when helping others in various fields.
The Layers palette is extremely important for anyone using PaintShop Pro who wants to take advantage of the powers of layers. Layers allow you to manipulate elements independently, giving you so much more flexibility than if everything was flat. Let's have an overview of the Layers palette.
Vectors have some advantages over rasters because you can resize them without distortion and modify them in many ways. If you are not familiar with working with vectors, let's have a look at the basics.
Although you can always create a pattern and save it before using it, it is not always necessary. You can work on a pattern and use it without ever saving it.
If you have been a long-time user of PaintShop Pro and got acquainted with older plugins, you know that several of them are only working on a 32-bit version of the program. This can be a little annoying if you are also using tools only available for 64-bit programs. And it is even worse since PSP2023 no longer offers a 32-bit version. What can you do? This is where the Plugin Bridge will become a great help.
Once you create scrapbook pages or other digital projects, you might want to share them in galleries. Typically, there are some limitations so there is a way to save them for best results. Let's look at the process.
When creating a scrapbook project, or any other graphic project, you might consider stacking papers to create an interesting and different effect. But what is stacking paper and why? Let's see how we can answer those questions for you.
If you use PaintShop Pro for a while, you will surely have created various presets, whether it is to have the same Drop shadow, the same Brushstroke, or a specific Mesh Warp setting. Presets will be very convenient for consistency and speed, but over time, you might need to organize them or clean them up.