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Jim, I run Windows XP, and I bought my copy of Photoshop
Elements 5.0 on Ebay
two years ago for $10. Brand new w/ serial number. No
subscription fees. A year
ago my PC hardware died, and I got a complete replacement
motherboard for $45
directly from Dell. It's basically brand new again. :-)
On 8/24/2019 3:38 PM, np328 wrote:
On my PC, I do what Tim
does, sort of.....
For people without Photoshop,
1. Open a blank page from Word,
and once it is open, then format it to Landscape or Portrait,
which ever best matches the photo.
2. go back to the image. Find the two buttons, Alt
and Print Screen , and press
at same time.
3. Reopen the page and right click, the Paste
option should appear so paste it, and the image of your whole
screen should appear.
4. Right click again
on the image, and two boxes should appear, on the upper one look
for what looks like the right angle clamp as viewed from on end,
if you put your cursor over it, the word Crop
should appear, click on it.
5. Crop by bringing in the corners to what you want to
save, and click again, this time off the cropped image, at this
point the grayed areas should disappear.
6. Click on your image again and perimeter markers should
appear from which you can drag the image, opening it to the
7. And save it, of
course because it is on a Word background, it will want to be
saved as a word document. File accordingly.
Limitation is that it can't be filed as a Photo, as best
as I am aware. However if it is for my personal modeling use
only, no big deal. Jim Dick - St. Paul, MN