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03/01/2009 10:44:43 PM · #1
I making a collage and want to find out, if there is a way, to make it to where when I grab a photo and take it to the edge of the image that it butts right up against the edge and stops without going over the border. I hope I am being clear enough. I want the edges of the background to not allow a photo to pass the edge. And also is there a way that I can make each individual photo do the same thing so that I can stack photos like blocks and that there is no overlapping or empty space? I know there will be some that are puzzled by my questions, ask me a question and maybe that will help me help you help me...haha.
03/01/2009 10:53:31 PM · #2
View, Snap
03/01/2009 10:58:42 PM · #3
The easiest way I can think of to do this is through the use of clipping masks. I'm not really sure I understand the question though...
03/01/2009 11:04:09 PM · #4
Thanks JayA that is exactly what I needed for the first question. Is it possible to "snap" photos to other photos?
03/01/2009 11:10:44 PM · #5
Originally posted by JayA:

View, Snap


I agree that snap is your best option for what you are trying to do. It will also snap to your other photos as well. Let it snap right to them and then user your arrow keys to adjust the gap between photos.
03/01/2009 11:35:55 PM · #6
Originally posted by Dirt_Diver:

Originally posted by JayA:

View, Snap


I agree that snap is your best option for what you are trying to do. It will also snap to your other photos as well. Let it snap right to them and then user your arrow keys to adjust the gap between photos.


I can't get it to snap to other photos inside the same doc. The arrow thing works well though, thanks for that.
03/01/2009 11:53:05 PM · #7
You can drag guide lines out from the rulers on the edges of your canvas. Right under the View, Snap is Snap to guides.
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