Showing posts with tag "Category: Artisan Tip".

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Tip: Adding A Signature

Create a personal touch on your page or project by adding a handwritten signature as a shape.

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Artisan Tip: Photos Panel Filters

Learn how to use the filters in the Photos Panel to make the project completion process easier and more productive.

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Tip: Opacity vs Normal Blend Layer

Want to mute or tone down the a paper, embellishment, or photo, but do not want to see behind that element? Using a blend layer will achieve the results vs reducing the opacity of these elements. This tip will show you how to apply both a blend layer and reduce the opacity of an element. And, when to use each of the tools.

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Artisan Tip: Exporting An Image

Because there are so many editing options in Artisan, you may want to save an edited photo or image for future uses. This tip tells you how.

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Artisan Tip: Using The "Shape, Background" Element

Using the "Shape, Background" element is a quick and easy tool to add background paper to a layout. However, there might be instances when you want the background paper to be a regular element and not specifically the "Shape, Background."

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Artisan Tip: Paragraph Indent

This tip will show you how to use the Paragraph Indent feature in the Font dialogue box, so that you can add bullets to your text boxes or indent your text.

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Artisan Tip: Mixing Pattern Papers

Using pattern papers on a layout, when done well, your eye moves easily from one pattern to another, creating a good flow. This tip will help you mix patterns that create a visually pleasing design.

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Artisan 6 Tip: Photo Cleanup

Artisan projects can take up considerable space on a computer. The size of the project depends on the number of pages and photos added. With the introduction of the Cleanup tool, the software can remove unused photos from the files of the project – effectively reducing the overall size of the project.

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