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Unread 05-05-2014, 06:13 AM   #1
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I just thought this article was so thorough and well written! Maybe the information will help demystify digital stamps for those who are still in a learning process.

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Thanks for sharing that link. It does look like even a simpleton like me will be able to do it!
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This is great! Thanks for sharing the link Dini
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Thanks- I was wondering about the digital stamps and now I know!
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Thanks so much! I have been contemplating digital stamps... this will be so helpful!
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I just thought this article was so thorough and well written! Maybe the information will help demystify digital stamps for those who are still in a learning process.

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I realize this is a couple of years old, but it has some information I have been looking for. Is any one aware of a similar tutorial that is more recent? Specifically I am looking for information on how to remove watermarks when printing digis.
I should add I am rather technically challenged!
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Watermarks on an image usually indicate the stamp is pirated (stolen). A digital image legally purchased will have no watermark.
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Watermarks on an image usually indicate the stamp is pirated (stolen). A digital image legally purchased will have no watermark.
Thanks for your input.
After I posted this I realized I probably shold not have called it a watermark. It is a company logo, and it appears on some items I have won as prizes and on some that were offered as freebies, so they should certainly have been legal to use.
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