Using frames in digital scrapbook layouts

You can often find scrapbook projects using frames. They can come in a wide variety of shapes, types, and colors. And furthermore, you can use them in many different ways. Although you can use frames from within PaintShop Pro, let's have a look at frames that come in digital kits.

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Featured Resource – Backup File Locations

When working with PaintShop Pro, you might use just the default settings to store, save, and use the various supplies. That is fine, but it has some limitations. You can read more about organizing your supplies in this article. In some situations, you might need to reinstall your current PaintShop Pro or reset it to factory default. In this case, any custom File Locations would be lost and you would have to redo them again. But there is a little-known tool to help you.

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Scrapping off-theme from a kit

Often, you could find some wonderful ready-made kits. You can purchase, download, or earn them. Kits will commonly have a general theme that you can identify with the colors, the designs, and the name. This is great when you want to scrap in that theme, but sometimes, you may want to scrap photos that are off that theme. Can you do that?

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Featured Resource – Auto-Tuber script

Creating picture tubes using a series of images can be tedious, especially if you have many of them to copy, paste, and arrange. PaintShop Pro added scripting capabilities with version 8. In that first version, the installation included a series of default scripts. Among those, you could find Auto-Tuber.

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How to remove glare on glasses

Whatever you do to set up a photo, if someone wears glasses, you will often capture some glare. That is just to be expected. Whenever you have lights (natural or artificial) and anything reflective, you will see something appear. If it is on someone's face, you want to see their eyes better. Can you do it with PaintShop Pro? Of course!

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Scrapbooking layouts for men

A lot of scrapbook layouts in galleries tend to have a more "feminine" vibe, with flowers, ribbons, jewelry, etc. If you look at available supplies, you will also find a lot of flowers, ribbons, pearls, and stitchings, which might seem a little out of place for more "masculine" projects. How can you approach your project from a different angle? How can you showcase photos of your husband if he does not associate with flowers and such? Let's look at ways you can build your page with that "man" in mind.

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