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Hey WNxEnigma, please edit the title of your post so that I won't need to close it -- please see our very important [rule=6]rule #6[/rule] for an explanation. "need help" is simply too generic of a thread title, and it hinders things like organization and searching. Thanks.

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Make a new image, totally blank, with the resolution of 80x200 pixels. Then go to 'layers' and select 'import from file'. Find your images and move them side by side. When you first select the image, you should see 'knobs' at each corner of the picture, these are mainly for shrinking/increasing. Just click on the center of the image, hold down the mouse button and move the mouse around and fit the picture in the desired location. Repeat the same with the other piece. Whenever you want to move one of the pictures again, just select the layer with the picture and use the 'move selected pixels' tool ( :MoveTool: ).

'Hope that helped.

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Make a new image, totally blank, with the resolution of 80x200 pixels. Then go to 'layers' and select 'import from file'. Find your images and move them side by side. When you first select the image, you should see 'knobs' at each corner of the picture, these are mainly for shrinking/increasing. Just click on the center of the image, hold down the mouse button and move the mouse around and fit the picture in the desired location. Repeat the same with the other piece. Whenever you want to move one of the pictures again, just select the layer with the picture and use the 'move selected pixels' tool ( :MoveTool: ).

'Hope that helped.

Alternatively, you could change the Canvas Size (Ctrl + Shift + R). Double the width only, then anchor it to the left center or right center depending on which side you wish to keep the image. Then just copy, paste and position.

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