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PSP Image Slicer, Missing Grid in Image

PSP Image Slicer, Missing Grid in Image

PSP Image Slicer, Missing Grid in Image

(OP)
Whenever I use the Image Slicer to "slice" an image, it always seems to leave out one grid.

I use the "Grid Tool" for even grid sizes, yet when I view the image after it is sliced, the top left corner grid is missing.  Any particular reason for this issue?

I am using PSP 7.04.

Thanks in advance!

RE: PSP Image Slicer, Missing Grid in Image

Are you saying that the image slice for the top left corner is missing or the entir left row is missing.

If the slice is missing does it produce the broken image icon (little red square in IE)?

mike

RE: PSP Image Slicer, Missing Grid in Image

(OP)
Excuse me, just the top left cell, not the row.

I did some tinkering, and this happens when I don't select "Include Cell in Table".

Thanks

RE: PSP Image Slicer, Missing Grid in Image

The include in table option should be checked. If you uncheck it, any cell (image slice) that was high lighted will not be included.

mike

RE: PSP Image Slicer, Missing Grid in Image

(OP)
That wasn't specified in the literature. Thanks for verifying that, I know what I have to do now.

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