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oseo

to wendy..
do you have arcamagica templates?? i need that.. please contact me @ my email ilvateryven2x@yahoo.co.id

marcus white

you are a very good person to get useful information off good luck in the future

you will do well

bye

DP

Easy Grids:

1. Decide on size of grid. Lets say 40px by 40px
2. Create new blank document 40px by 40px with TRANSPARENT BACKGROUD
3. Select Line Tool with Anti-Aliasing OFF
4. Select BLACK FOREGROUND COLOR.
5. Draw a straight line on TOP EDGE [right to left] and another straight line on RIGHT EDGE [top to bottom]
6. Edit Menu > Define Pattern. Call it Grid_40PX
7. Close the document.No need to save.
8. Open a base file or image where u want the grid to appear
9. In LAYERS pallette, click on CREATE NEW FILL ADJUSTMENT LAYER button. [This is the one with half black half white circle]
10. Select PATTERN
11. In the PATTERN drop down list select Grid_40PX
12. Hit OK....Voila you have grid !!

Easy Stuff probably...

Enjoy

Wendy

Hi

I found the ArcaMagica (www.arcamagica.com) gift box templates were usable. They are incredible for making a lot of folding carton boxes, displays and decorative gift boxes.

I received them in 3 formats - in Acrobat reader (cut out and assemble), Illustrator (put your graphics on) and AutoCAD (fold in 3d) formats.

There seems to be more than 300 templates, which are available one by one, or in sets.

Thanks for listening, Wendy

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