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I am redesgning a website. The code isn't a problem but the graphics changes are. I have text in a graphic that needs to be changed. Someone suggested paintshop pro which I downloaded. I have no idea how to start or if this is even the tool to use. If someone could make a suggestion of an easy tool or detailed instructions in PaintShop Pro I would really appreciate it. Here is a link to the type of graphic I need to change. http://www.salemsupport.com/careerstest.gif

Thanks..Russ

RE: text in graphics

1) This forum is for NewTek applications such as Lightwave 3D and the Toaster.  Your question is falling on deaf ears.  Try a more suitable forum:

http://www.tek-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?pid=451

http://www.tek-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?pid=229

Paintshop Pro is a suitable graphics program but it is shareware.  Consider free software like that from GIMP.org

I would suspect, though, that from the sample image you provided, that this page's text might be changed in simple HTML as this does not seem to be a graphics issue.

- - I hope this helps - -
(Complain to someone else if it doesn't)

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