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  • Welcome to Digi Scrapin' with Jen! Practical Advice for the {new} Digital Scrapbooker (and some tips and links for the experienced ones, too!)
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The book I would have written

  • . . . were I not too lazy to write a book. Seriously, you should read this if you want to learn about digi-scrapping.

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Wow! What great tips! I've just started using PSCS, and I've really been missing the bounding box that is in PSE3. Thank you so much.

Yes, thank you very much. Just learning CS2. I had missed the bounding box too from PSE3(thought I was going to have to do without) and didn't even know it was called a bounding box.

Lynette aka swampangel

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Thank You

thank you! your last paragraph about using the arrow keys to nudge the layer was exactly what i needed.

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