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Tutorials Flag Tutorial I 2014-11-17

create a unique flag for your city or country journal

  1. veija2

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    veija2 submitted a new resource:

    Flag Tutorial I - create a unique flag four city or country

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  2. Supersnake

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    French people will appreciate the fesses pattern. ;-)
     
  3. Steven H. Endermann

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    How do I "access" those deigns from the PDF? Am I supposed to free-handidly copy them onto photoshop?
     
  4. veija2

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    Right click anywhere in the document.
    Click on "select tool."
    > A checkmark bullet will appear.
    > Your mouse is now a select tool.
    Click on the image you want to copy.
     
  5. Steven H. Endermann

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    I could not find "select tool" anywhere. I admit that I am a noob at computers.
     
  6. veija2

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    In Adobe Reader, when you right-click anywhere in the document, you should get this menu:

    right-click-adobe.png

    Click on the Select Tool text and the little check mark will appear in front of it.
    When you move your curser over an image, it will turn into a cross-hair (+ sign).
    Click on the image and it will become grayed out. Now right click to copy.
    Open your image editing software and create a new file from the copied image.
     
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  7. Steven H. Endermann

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    I just attempted to download Adobe Reader, and I nearly destroyed my $1.200 dollar computer. I scanned adobe's website for viruses and everything! I will try to design a flag with free hands on my computer. Thank you anyway for the tutorial.
     
  8. Supersnake

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    And then? What have you found?
     
  9. nicko2u

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    If your PC is only worth $1.20 rounded down, probably explains why :)

    Though really there are other free versions of adobe reader if that helps.
    pdf lite for one -http://www.pdflite.com/

    Another handy tool is
    http://www.pdfforge.org/
     
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  10. Steven H. Endermann

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    My computer is one thousand two hundred! The decimal point instead of a period was a mistake. Since when are computers worth one dollar and twenty cents?
     

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