SweetFeet said: (quoted from post at 21:36:57 10/13/12) Dave2,
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I have MS Office Professional... so have Publisher and PowerPoint. I inserted and cropped photos and then set the page up in Publisher the way I wanted it to look (used a cropped section of plowed ground for the background). Then selected/copy/pasted the entire page of photos into a PowerPoint slide...then click on format picture tab: select the soft edges option (I think the default is 10% softening). Then selected all again and popped it back into Publisher - which transfers it back as one photo. Then saved it as a jpeg. Last, I used Corel to reduce the size for posting because it was a big file.
You may be able able to do the same thing in Word or even in the PowerPoint - not sure, never tried.
Can also do the same thing with Corel photo software... but is a more time consuming process. Plus, my working palette in that program is smaller than an 8.5x11 Publisher page - so that is why I used Publisher.
Thanks! Just showed your pic to the old bat and got an "Oh, that's easy, you don't know how to do it??" Sometimes, I just wanna choke the sh!t outta that woman :roll:
This post was edited by dave2 at 08:05:52 10/14/12.
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