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Old 11-23-2012, 10:29 AM   #1
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How do you separate digi images if they are all on one sheet when downloaded?
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well, you might try copying the image you want and pasting into your word or notepad program then print. Or you could open it with photoshop or other photo software and crop or copy and paste into as a new document. Hope that helps
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If you are using Word, open the image in your document, then use the picture format crop tool to isolate the image you want. From there you can resize it to the size you need.

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Are all the images actually on the same page, or are you asking about ordering a set from a company that sells digital images for paper crafting? Usually those sets are individual image files that are sold together in one ZIP file. After you unzip it, all of the images are individual files, and you don't need to crop them apart.

For example, a set might have eight images in one ZIP file. After unzipping it, you will have eight separate image files that can each be handled individually. At least, my sets are sold that way. If a company's website doesn't specify, you can confirm this before purchase. HTH
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