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    Some time ago I downloaded an alphabet which had a black background and the centre was black also. I worked with it and have now removed the background and the centres are transparent. (see attached)
    How can I now 'fill' these centres with colours/patterns!! I'm sure there's someone out there who can help me, PLS
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  • #2
    What program are you using for an editor?
    -=poppabob=-
    If I slip and fall please get a hold of crops2dawn or OnieRN to pick me back up!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by poppabob View Post
      What program are you using for an editor?
      Microsoft PictureIt! 9
      Is it possible to do in this? I knew if anyone answered this thread~~ it would be you

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      • #4
        Originally posted by mh51 View Post
        Microsoft PictureIt! 9
        Is it possible to do in this? I knew if anyone answered this thread~~ it would be you
        I'm sorry. I've never used or even seen PictureeIt!9. Maybe someone else will chime in.

        Speaking in general terms, I would select the area to be filled and then choose the "fill selection" option in the programs I use.

        Sorry I couldn't be more help.
        -=poppabob=-
        If I slip and fall please get a hold of crops2dawn or OnieRN to pick me back up!

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        • #5
          You could use your ms paint program.All computers have this I think.Then use the color fill tool.
          Good luck.
          Bobby Bear







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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bobby Bear View Post
            You could use your ms paint program.All computers have this I think.Then use the color fill tool.
            Good luck.
            Bobby Bear







            www.Tinytotbooks.com
            [email protected]
            OK will try that and let you know how it goes............

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Bobby Bear View Post
              You could use your ms paint program.All computers have this I think.Then use the color fill tool.
              Good luck.
              Bobby Bear







              www.Tinytotbooks.com
              [email protected]
              YES, that worked but how do I 'fill' the letter with a pattern?? Don't want much, do I??????????

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