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I can't seem to grasp these functions. I need a step by step on how and where this simple "copy and paste" function works. icon_confused.gif

I am able to copy and paste with right mouse button on text strings but I can't seem to get the process with images.

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I can't seem to grasp these functions. I need a step by step on how and where this simple "copy and paste" function works. icon_confused.gif

I am able to copy and paste with right mouse button on text strings but I can't seem to get the process with images.

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Ctrl + C is copy

Ctrl + V is paste

The_Lionhearted is right in what to do.

But the process in your last post is just saving then opening, not copying and pasting:

'Save picture as...' is not the same as copying. Does this help?

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Ctrl + C is copy

Ctrl + V is paste

The_Lionhearted is right in what to do.

But the process in your last post is just saving then opening, not copying and pasting:

'Save picture as...' is not the same as copying. Does this help?

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Ok. Now that I know the difference between saving then opening vs copying and pasting. I know how to save and open. I don't know how to copy and paste images. :?

you do know, CTRL+C(COPY) CTRL + V(PASTE)

the difference between the two aint all that much, you can save the picture and it will be on the harddrive, but if you just copy and paste it it will not be on your harddrive and you will have to save it from whatever program you pasted it into. Shouldn't be all that confusing.

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Ok. Now that I know the difference between saving then opening vs copying and pasting. I know how to save and open. I don't know how to copy and paste images. :?

you do know, CTRL+C(COPY) CTRL + V(PASTE)

the difference between the two aint all that much, you can save the picture and it will be on the harddrive, but if you just copy and paste it it will not be on your harddrive and you will have to save it from whatever program you pasted it into. Shouldn't be all that confusing.

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Ok. Now that I know the difference between saving then opening vs copying and pasting. I know how to save and open. I don't know how to copy and paste images. :?

you do know, CTRL+C(COPY) CTRL + V(PASTE)

the difference between the two aint all that much, you can save the picture and it will be on the harddrive, but if you just copy and paste it it will not be on your harddrive and you will have to save it from whatever program you pasted it into. Shouldn't be all that confusing.

I do know that CTRL+C(COPY) CTRL + V(PASTE).

You have it exactly right! There are many times I don't want it on the hard drive so I don't have to delete it after the full routine of saving.

Copy and paste would be handy when posting forums. Faster. Perhaps clone stamping (copy and paste) images on a PdN Canvas would work better than CloneStamp because the CloneStamp in PdN is limited.

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Ok. Now that I know the difference between saving then opening vs copying and pasting. I know how to save and open. I don't know how to copy and paste images. :?

you do know, CTRL+C(COPY) CTRL + V(PASTE)

the difference between the two aint all that much, you can save the picture and it will be on the harddrive, but if you just copy and paste it it will not be on your harddrive and you will have to save it from whatever program you pasted it into. Shouldn't be all that confusing.

I do know that CTRL+C(COPY) CTRL + V(PASTE).

You have it exactly right! There are many times I don't want it on the hard drive so I don't have to delete it after the full routine of saving.

Copy and paste would be handy when posting forums. Faster. Perhaps clone stamping (copy and paste) images on a PdN Canvas would work better than CloneStamp because the CloneStamp in PdN is limited.

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