Organizing and Editing Your Photos with Picasa Visual QuickProject Guide

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Organizing and Editing Your Photos with Picasa Visual QuickProject Guide
By Steve Schwartz
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Publisher: Peachpit Press
Pub Date: May 10, 2005
Print ISBN: 0-321-36901-7
Pages: 160
 

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If you're looking for an easy way to find photos on your PC, make a few editing fixes, and then share your images with others, look no further. Picasa, available as a free download from Google.com, makes it easy to instantly find, edit and share all the pictures on your PC. Every time you open Picasa, it automatically locates all your pictures in seconds and sorts them into albums. From there, you can apply basic edits to your photos, burn them to CD, post them on your blog, or email them to friends. In this colorful, compact guide, author Steve Schwartz starts at the beginning, walking readers through the Picasa interface and showing readers how to set preferences. From there, he launches into the heart of this book, offering project-based instruction for organizing, viewing, and editing your photos, and then shows you how to use Picasa's built-in tools to print, email, or order professional prints of your images. In addition, readers will learn how to share their photos instantly with Hello, Picasa's free instant messaging software. Throughout the book, full-page, full-color screen shots and simple, step-by-step instructions lead readers through several projects, such as saving an image to the Windows desktop, creating a screensaver, making movies, generating photo-based Web pages, running a slideshow, and creating posters, collages, and contact sheets.

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Organizing and Editing Your Photos with Picasa Visual QuickProject Guide
Organizing and Editing Your Photos with Picasa: Visual QuickProject Guide
ISBN: 0321369017
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 116
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